Regional & State News
Scott Dixon starts from the pole for the fifth time in his career
By Jenna Fryer/The Associated Press
At around $5.50 a gallon, diesel prices are up a whopping 75% more than last year
By Brittany Cronin/NPR
The report was authored by a geophysicist who performed testing at the site.
The attack is catapulting conversations about gun control and regulation to the forefront
By Dustin Jones/NPR
Penn State, State College school district require masking again, as the county moves back to ‘high’ COVID-19 level
Centre County now has a high COVID-19 Community Level.
By Anne Danahy
An attorney representing McCarthy wrote to the committee Friday that it does not have the authority to issue subpoenas to the lawmakers.
By Farnoush Amiri and Mary Clare Jalonick/The Associated Press
5 people were killed when a home exploded in Pottstown on Thursday evening.
By Sophia Schmidt/ WHYY
Pa. Rep. Scott Perry rejects Jan. 6 committee’s subpoena, did not participate in scheduled deposition
York County Congressman Scott Perry continued to stonewall the special House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attacks on the U.S. Capitol
The school board made changes to the policy in an impromptu policy committee “special meeting” on Thursday, May 19, but it still leaves many questions unanswered.
Jae C. Hong
Administrators say Pennsylvania schools practice rigorous security measures. In fact, school districts are mandated by law to put in place and carry out about a dozen requirements addressing school safety, notably concerning active shooter protocols.
Latino candidates across the state had mixed results in newly drawn districts, but more than a third are headed to the general election.