Regional & State News
Pennsylvania’s new motorized recreation area preserves 5,600 acres of unique land and gives off-road enthusiasts a public place to drive.
By Kat Bolus/WVIA
The judge in a case brought by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration against three counties that aren’t reporting mail-in ballots lacking handwritten dates on their return envelopes says she’ll rule as quickly as possible.
Trubisky has primarily worked with the starters during training camp practices, while Mason Rudolph and Kenny Pickett have mainly followed with the second and third units.
Pennsylvania State Police
Troopers Martin Mack and Branden Sisca were trying to get a man to safety after he was reported walking in the southbound lanes of I-95 near the sports stadiums in south Philadelphia.
Around 3,000 households receive home visiting services statewide; advocates say the program only reaches a fraction of eligible families due to funding constraints.
Sesame Place plans to take initiatives to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.
By Cory Sharber/WHYY
Courtesy Of Dorothy Kovalchick Roark; Betty Jane Cornett
A new television series shot in Pittsburgh and based on the All-American Girls Professional League premieres this week.
Courtesy Of Humane Animal Rescue Of Pittsburgh
Five animal shelters in western Pennsylvania are rehoming 21 of the up to 4,000 beagles that suffered abuse at a pharmaceutical research site in Virginia,
A coalition of churchgoers sees faith as a gateway to preventing gun violence, and hopes approaching people with kindness will open up conversations about jobs, mental health help and other resources that can steer them away from the path of harm.
The Chekh family drove over 3,000 miles and crossed 5 borders to escape the war in Ukraine and arrive to safety in Lancaster County.