Regional & State News
- Matt Slocum
Pennsylvania Senate Republicans requested partial Social Security and driver’s license numbers as part of a yearslong attempt to audit the 2020 election.
By Carter Walker of Votebeat
The new markers add to more than 2,500 others throughout the state and will be installed in 18 counties, including Allegheny, Beaver, Berks, Cambria, Clinton, Delaware, Erie, Huntingdon, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lehigh, Lycoming, Monroe, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Schuylkill, Washington, and York.
By Tom Riese/WVIA News
By Ryan Gaylor/LehighValleyNews.com
By Nicole Leonard/WHYY
Researchers with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History report warming temperatures caused by climate change are putting North American wildflowers, abundant in southwestern Pennsylvania, at risk.
By Jillian Forstadt/WESA
Gene J. Puskar
Workforce participation has fallen across the board in Pennsylvania since the onset of the pandemic, but a new analysis shows the decline has been greatest among workers under age 35.
The Pennsylvania House, controlled by Republicans, passed universal mail-in ballots in 2020 but had second thoughts once former President Donald Trump began to castigate mail-in ballots.
By Bill Barrow and Nicholas Riccardi/ The Associated Press
The new model itself isn’t expected to balance the budget, but it will help the university get there by 2025.
Revealing the name to the public, authorities hope it will bring them a step closer to the boy’s killer and give the victim a measure of dignity.