3rd time a charm? Wolf's police fee plan gets new attention

Gov. Tom Wolf's latest effort to impose a fee on municipalities that rely solely on state troopers, instead of local police, is generating new conversations, if
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UPMC fires back in legal battle over health insurance rules

Pennsylvania health care giant UPMC is going on the legal offensive against the state attorney general's office in a battle over insurance coverage rules
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Deal near in civil rights lawsuits over prison mail policy

Pennsylvania's prison system says it's close to settling two federal lawsuits over how it processes mail sent to inmates by lawyers.
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Auditor says officials took voting machine vendors' freebies

Pennsylvania's elected watchdog says officials in 18 of the state's 67 counties reported accepting gifts, meals or trips from firms competing to sell new voting
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Aircraft, submarine project money may be at risk, Casey says

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey's office says federal money for submarine manufacturing in Philadelphia, aircraft construction in Pittsburgh and other projects in Pennsylva
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Penn State ex-president Spanier's request for appeal denied

The man who served as Penn State's president when the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal erupted may soon be headed to jail after Pennsylvania's highest c
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Study finds spike in Pennsylvania child abuse-related deaths

A state study released Thursday found the number of Pennsylvania children killed or nearly killed after abuse had occurred spiked recently, increases likely dri
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Storm brings up to 10 inches of snow to Pennsylvania

Officials say the winter storm that has dumped as much as 10 inches of snow on the commonwealth has also disrupted transportation and prompted school and other
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Storm dumps snow or heavy rain, snarls travel in much of US

A sprawling storm has dumped several inches of snow from the Midwest to the East Coast and deluged the South with rain as it closed schools, snarled air travel
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Pennsylvania must replace voting machines, lawmakers told

Pennsylvania's top elections officials is warning that failing to replace voting machines by 2020 could put the state in the position of being the only one with
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Amtrak modifies Keystone Service due to weather

Amtrak is modifying its Keystone Service between New York and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, due to the impending winter storm
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2 acquitted of homicide in 2016 slaying in Harrisburg alley

A jury has acquitted two men of homicide charges in the death of a man gunned down in an alley in Pennsylvania's capital city
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School threat system fields thousands of tips in first month

Pennsylvania's new mandatory threat reporting system for schools drew thousands of tips in its first month
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Uncertainty shadows Pennsylvania's debate over nuclear power

Forty years after Three Mile Island became synonymous with America's worst commercial nuclear power accident, financial rescues of nuclear power plants are stir
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Senate paying ex-security chief's legal bills in lawsuits

Republicans in Pennsylvania's Senate have been paying the legal bills of the chamber's ex-security chief in lawsuits by two women accusing him of harassing them
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In first year, Pennsylvanians paid out $132M for medical pot

State officials say Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program provided the drug nearly 600,000 times during its first year of sales
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Judge sued over calling immigration on couple's wedding day

A man who claims he was illegally detained on his wedding day by a Pennsylvania judge who wrongly suspected he was in the United States illegally filed a federa
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Fetterman starts marijuana hearings in central Pennsylvania

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman's statewide marijuana listening tour is starting in central Pennsylvania as he aims to take Pennsylvania's pulse on whether to legalize
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Pennsylvania's school funding fight exits spotlight

When Gov. Tom Wolf took office, he told lawmakers he had a plan to fix Pennsylvania's system of school funding
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Pennsylvania permits halted for Texas-based pipeline company

Pennsylvania is halting construction permits for natural gas pipelines operated by Texas-based Energy Transfer LP, saying the company isn't fixing problems rela
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Casino fined after patron drives drunk, kills jogger

A Pennsylvania casino has been fined more than $250,000 after a customer was served eight drinks in less than two hours and killed a jogger while driving home
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Ex-Penn State assistant coach Sandusky gets new sentencing

A Pennsylvania appeals court is denying Jerry Sandusky's request for a new trial but is ordering him to be resentenced for a 45-count child sexual abuse convict
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Highlights of Gov. Tom Wolf's state budget proposal

Highlights of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's $34.1 billion spending plan for the 2019-20 budget year that starts July 1
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Sandusky gets new sentencing but loses request for new trial

A Pennsylvania appeals court is denying Jerry Sandusky's request for a new trial but is ordering him to be resentenced for a 45-count child sexual abuse convict
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