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Rev. Joseph Lowery, ‘Dean’ of the Civil Rights Movement, dies at 98

Lowery experienced firsthand the brutalities of the Jim Crow South and would spend his life fighting for racial justice.


Pennsylvania corrections officers, advocates worry a prison coronavirus outbreak is inevitable

As of early Friday evening, there were no reported cases of the coronavirus inside the state prison system, either among those incarcerated or corrections officers.
By Matt McKinney/Spotlight PA

How many people in Pa. will be infected with the coronavirus? Scientific modeling is trying to find the answer

While state officials have consistently said the situation will deteriorate, they’ve been unable to say just how bad the outbreak might become.
By Brett Sholtis

Players and MLB agree to terms in case coronavirus cancels entire baseball season

The earliest the season will start is mid-May, depending on the state of the virus outbreak.


Coronavirus Pandemic takes a toll on ER doctors’ health and families

For many doctors and nurses, that means working long hours while dealing with worries about their own health and the fear of exposing their loved ones.