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Pa. gun rights supporters rally around right to bear arms at annual Capitol event

Gun owners, supporters, and a swath of GOP state lawmakers argue gun ownership and use is under threat.

By Sam Dunklau

In Labor Day visit to Harrisburg, Biden says Trump lives by ‘code of lies, greed’

“He’ll never understand you, he’ll never understand us, he’ll never understand our cops, our firefighters, because he’s not made of the same stuff.”
By The Associated Press

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Harrisburg High School students mourn the loss of classmate

Attendees held a candlelight vigil for the 16-year-old, who was shot at 18th and Forester on Saturday.

By Julia Agos

Community spread is driving COVID-19 case rate increases in York, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster and Berks counties

Parts of midstate Pennsylvania are seeing case increases well above the state average.

By Brett Sholtis

Sampling confirms Harrisburg’s sewage overflow is polluting the Susquehanna River with E. coli

A related report finds Pennsylvania has ‘gone backwards’ in its effort to curb river pollution
By Brett Sholtis

Central Pa. groups condemn attack on Harrisburg Jewish temple, vigil planned for tonight

“The vandalism at Kesher Israel is the third time in less than a month that a synagogue in the state was attacked.”

By Sam Dunklau

State and federal police investigate swastika painted on Harrisburg Jewish temple

Hate crimes against Jews are on the rise in Pennsylvania, state police say.

By Brett Sholtis