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Report: Pa. natural gas production grew in 2019 but at lower rate

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Ex-Pennsylvania lawmaker pleads guilty in child porn case

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Health outlines plans for possible Pennsylvania virus spread

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U.S. judge says Philly injection site plan doesn’t violate drug law

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What’s New at the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show

Get some friends and get your brunch on in the garden at the Philadelphia Flower Show, which starts Saturday, Feb. 29. The Bloomin’ Brunch is one of the two new

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Lawsuit against Pa. Lt. Gov. Fetterman still looms over Twitter fallout

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Watch: 76ers 129, Hawks 112 | Full game highlights

HAWKS at 76ERS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | February 24, 2020 The Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 129-112. Joel Embiid powered the 76ers with a career-high 49 PTS, along

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UnitedHealthcare tackles homelessness as a root cause of poor health

PHILADELPHIA — Purvis Wright’s health, and life, were spiraling out of control. Wright went to the hospital in July 2018 after a spate of blackouts and throwing up blood. “It

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Penn State students raise more than $11 million in annual dance marathon

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Pa. approves marijuana suppliers for research institutions

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Watch: Are the 76ers doing the right thing with Al Horford? | The Jump

Jorge Sedano, Matt Barnes and Brian Windhorst wish Julius “Dr. J” Erving a happy 70th birthday, then discuss Klay Thompson being officially ruled out for the 2019-20 NBA season with

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Casey, Toomey toe party lines as presidential election looms in Pennsylvania — a critical swing state

Pennsylvania’s U.S. senators Bob Casey, a Democrat from Scranton, and Pat Toomey, the Lehigh Valley Republican, were among the more muted voices throughout acrimonious impeachment proceedings against President Trump. But

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Man Shoots Dog That Was Attacking Deer in Abington

A dog is recovering after it was shot while attacking a deer in Abington Township, Pennsylvania. Witnesses told police they spotted the tan mixed breed dog attacking a deer at

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Penn State says it has settled all claims with the family of Joe Paterno

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Following eight years of rocky relations in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, Pennsylvania State University has made peace with the family

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2 charged in fatal shooting near Philadelphia Catholic school

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Census Bureau finds PA divorce rates declined over the last decade

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Berks County man accused of killing his dog with ax for refusing to go outside

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Gunman Shoots 3 Men, 1 Woman Near North Philly School

A man and woman are fighting for their lives while two other men are recovering following a quadruple shooting near a North Philadelphia school Wednesday afternoon. The four victims were

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Pa. mail carrier sues U.S. Postal Service over Sunday work shifts

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Sen. Casey launches campaign for sweeping child welfare reforms

Pennsylvania senior Sen. Bob Casey, D-Scranton, is making it clear he’s in it for the long run. Two years into his third term, Casey, 59, is barnstorming the Keystone State

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At a Pa. Catholic seminary, hope for church beyond scandals

WYNNEWOOD, Pa. — The seminarians walk along a hallway lined with photos of classes of priests who came before them. Some are pious alumni who have become their teachers and

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5 firefighters injured battling Pa. apartment building blaze

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Fresh Grocer to Close in University City

What to Know The Fresh Grocer supermarket on 40th and Walnut streets will close on March 31, a spokesperson for the University of Pennsylvania announced. The Fresh Grocer first opened

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Attorney threatens to sue Lt. Gov. Fetterman over blocking users on Twitter

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A way too early look at the 2020 schedule

The exact dates aren’t set yet, but a mere glimpse at the Philadelphia Eagles’ opponents for the 2020 NFL season shows that they will face a number of challenges. The