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Sen. Rick Scott, who objected to Pennsylvania vote count, says Biden 'absolutely' won fair and square
Scott, like many GOP lawmakers today, threaded the delicate balance between acknowledging grievances about the election while affirming facts.

Ambulance employee accused of setting four fires across Connecticut in just two hours, arrested in Pennsylvania
An ambulance employee placed on administrative leave was taken into custody in Pennsylvania Saturday after police say he set four fires across Connecticut.

TikTok removes account linked to Pennsylvania teen accused of murdering wheelchair-bound sister
A TikTok account believed to belong to a Pennsylvania teenager accused of murdering her wheelchair-bound older has been taken down from the social media app for violating the company’s community ...

Several Pennsylvania organizations to participate in Problem Gambling Awareness Month
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is working in conjunction with other state entities to promote Problem Gambling Awareness Month in March. Throughout the month, the gaming control board's Office ...

Pennsylvania says schools can delay standardized tests until the fall
Pennsylvania will give public schools the option to delay federally required standardized testing until the fall, state Department of Education officials have announced.

COVID-19 hit to Pennsylvania’s largest universities nears $800 million
The University of Pennsylvania expects to lose $77 million by the end of the school year in June. Penn, which earned $1.9 billion on investments in just the final three months of 2020, is wealthy ...

Coyote hunts in Pennsylvania debated
A dead Eastern coyote hung upside down above a bucket of dried blood in a rural Pennsylvania fire hall, its lips locked in a perpetual snarl. Some men crouched beside it, while other adults twirled ...

31-year-old N.J. man fatally shot in Pennsylvania
A 31-year-old Trenton man was fatally shot early Saturday in Bensalem, Penn., and a passenger in the vehicle in which he was found also suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his head police said. The ...

Coyote hunts in Pennsylvania debated | Raleigh News & Observer
January and February are prime coyote-hunting months in Pennsylvania, when most of the state’s two dozen contests, like Sullivan County and the larger Mosquito Creek Coyote Hunt, in Clearfield County, ...

Health network in Pennsylvania let employees’ families skip COVID-19 vaccine line
Geisinger’s decision to give special access to workers’ relatives got it a rebuke from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

Another Pennsylvania health network vaccinates employee kin | Raleigh News & Observer
Pennsylvania health system has acknowledged that it gave the COVID-19 vaccine to employees’ family members, but says it halted the program after discussions with the state Department of Health.

Sen. Rick Scott, who objected to Pennsylvania vote count, tells Fox News Biden 'absolutely' won fair and square
Scott, like many GOP lawmakers today, threaded the delicate balance between acknowledging grievances about the election while affirming facts.