Regional & State News
Harrisburg’s buffer zone ordinance is being challenged in court again.
Two anti-abortion activists who say Harrisburg is improperly applying its law banning protests within 20 feet of a healthcare facility argued their case Thursday at the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh synagogue trial is proving the obvious, but ultimately focused on the death penalty
By Peter Smith/The Associated Press
Disputes over education spending, cash reserves emerge as Pa. budget deadline approachesThe Democratic-controlled state House passed a budget plan this week that includes a major boost to education spending. It faced immediate opposition from Republicans who control the state Senate.
This Pa. county rejected voters’ flawed mail ballots. Then it refused to count their in-person votes.
By Carter Walker of Votebeat
Amid smoky haze, medical officials recommend a return to masking
Robert Bowers’ voice heard for first time during synagogue shooting trial
Moms for Liberty, FreePA flagged as ‘antigovernment’ groups by watchdog
By Brett Sholtis/LNP | LancasterOnline
A new exhibit remembers the lives of York residents buried in unmarked graves
The exhibit reveals details of the lives of some of the roughly 800 people buried in York City Cemetery.
Pennsylvania House OKs $100 million for adult mental health services
Here’s why there is so much smoke from Canada wildfires and is leading to air-quality alerts in US.
By Kathy McCormack and Michael Phillis/The Associated Press
Courtesy of Joe Khan
Ex-federal prosecutor to run for Pennsylvania attorney general