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Pa. House votes against taking up gun bill after Texas killings

An effort by Democratic lawmakers in Pennsylvania to ban owning, selling or making high-capacity, semi-automatic firearms went nowhere Wednesday

By The Associated Press

John Fetterman plans to return to lieutenant governor responsibilities early next week

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who suffered a mild stoke last week, is set to resume his responsibilities next week.

By Julia Zenkevich/WESA

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Tipped workers will see changes under new rules in Pennsylvania

New regulations meant to protect tipped workers in Pennsylvania will go into effect in August.

By Julia Zenkevich/WESA

To successfully use Pennsylvania’s ‘compassionate release’ law, he had to choose to die

A late-stage cancer diagnosis left Bradford Gamble with a difficult decision: Receive treatment in a Pennsylvania state prison or die on the outside.

By Danielle Ohl/Spotlight PA

Pennsylvania trout fishing season opens Saturday: Here’s everything you need to know

Saturday is the first single statewide opening day since the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission last October approved an end to dual opening days.

By Marcus Schneck/PennLive

Why are Republican legislators backing Philadelphia Democrats housing bill?

Blight is a problem across Pennsylvania and state legislators from both parties are teaming up to fight it.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY