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Activists bring climate clock to Pennsylvania capitol to urge lawmaker action

Unveiling the clock was the final piece of a three-day event called the Pennsylvania Climate Convergence.

By Rachel McDevitt

8 Native American tribes prepare to reclaim their children’s remains from Carlisle Army cemetery

The remains of eight Native American children who died at the former Carlisle Indian Industrial School will soon be reunited with family members.

By Jeremy Long and Gabriela Martínez

Lebanon County group works to get bikes to those in need

A new organization in Lebanon wants to get bikes in the hands of people that need them.

By Jeremy Long

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Pa. Republican governor candidates push for parents’ rights in public education

Pennsylvania Republican governor candidates are pushing for parents rights in public education, but parents and educators say schools already have mechanisms for reviewing and challenging curriculum.

By Gabriela Martínez

York County Underground Railroad site purchased for preservation

The Mifflin House farmstead in eastern York County–also known as Hybla–once served as a safe house for enslaved people traveling North for freedom.

By Gabriela Martínez

Updated: April 27, 2022 | 3:59 pm

Your mass transit ride in Pennsylvania may get better, thanks to new federal funding

Pennsylvania’s mass transit systems are about to see a big influx of cash and riders and transportation planners both agree improvements are desperately needed.

By Sam Dunklau

Updated: April 7, 2022 | 2:49 pm

Groups in Pennsylvania are touting abortion pill reversal. Doctors are concerned, because there’s no evidence it works

Anti-abortion groups in Pennsylvania and across the United States are touting an abortion reversal pill, but doctors are concerned, because there’s no evidence it works.

By Gabriela Martínez

WITF Music: West & Ward

Chance encounters and pandemic persistence.

By Nolan Hogenboom