Fact check: Pennsylvania's mask mandate not over until June 28
State lawmakers voted to end Gov. Tom Wolf's disaster emergency declaration, but that vote doesn't affect the statewide mask mandate.
Body of man suspected of blowing up three Pennsylvania homes found under rubble
The body of a man suspected of blowing up his Pennsylvania townhome and destroying two others Thursday was found beneath the rubble of his house about 12 hours after the explosion, police said Friday.
Pennsylvania Republicans propose voter ID law and mail voting rollback
The bill is being pushed by the same legislators who sought to undermine the state's results in the 2020 election.
'Sense of hope': Same-sex couple makes history as Pennsylvania school's first co-reigning prom queens
In Pennsylvania, two girls were crowned as the schools first prom queens. The girls said it feels extra special during Pride month.
Pennsylvania election reform bill mandates voter ID but faces stern opposition
Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are pushing their own version of sweeping election security bills that led to massive controversy in other states, but the legislation is unlikely to become law ...
Pennsylvania election reform bill revealed
Pennsylvania state lawmakers unveiled a long-awaited election reform bill on Thursday that’s sure to face pushback from Gov. Tom Wolf.
Pennsylvania explosion that leveled multiple homes set in motion by hoarding complaints, police say
The body of a Pennsylvania man who chased a code enforcement officer with a firearm and engaged in a standoff with police was found hours after multiple explosions and a fire he started destroyed ...
Pennsylvania Department of Health provides daily COVID-19 update for June 12th
Here is a look at the latest COVID-19 cases for the county, surrounding region and the State of Pennsylvania. The Erie County Department of Health is reporting six new cases of COVID-19 today.
Blasco Library showcases artwork from LGBQT artists in Northwestern Pennsylvania
Artwork from LGBQT artists in the Northwestern Pennsylvania region is being showcased at the Blasco Library for the month of June. The Greater Erie Alliance for Equality and the Erie Arts and ...
Coal plants in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio to shut down
The owner of three coal-fired power plants in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio says that it will shut them down.
Pennsylvania Pension Sued by Board Member Over Disclosure
A board member of Pennsylvania’s largest pension is suing the fund for access to documents she says have been withheld amid a federal investigation, intensifying the imbroglio at the state school ...
Pennsylvania Republicans propose new voter ID law and mail voting rollback
The bill is being pushed by the same lawmakers who sought to undermine the state's results in the 2020 election.