List by Category: Pennsylvania News

PA's attorney general is warning of scammers targeting voters

11.05.18 |

Josh Shapiro says crooks can often impersonate pollsters claiming to conduct an election survey for a gift card or incentive in exchange for a credit card or other personal data. Some scam artists have tried to convince victims over the phone...

PA farmers market vendors reveal food-safety issues

11.05.18 | Terry Diener

Hand washing, cross-contamination, and personal hygiene are an issue, according to a five-year study by Penn State researchers. The research indicates vendors aren’t doing enough to prevent food borne illnesses from spreading. The study...

Time is running out for absentee ballot voters in PA

10.30.18 | Brandon Dickson

The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. today. So far, there have been more than 207,000 absentee ballot requests--that's more than double the amount for the last midterm election in 2014. If you're voting by absentee ballot, it must be returned to...

The president plans to visit Pittsburgh today

10.30.18 | Brandon Dickson

The First Lady will make the visit with President Trump this morning. This, as the first funeral are held for the 11 victims killed in a synagogue shooting Saturday. Meanwhile, many are saying you shouldn't have to be armed at church. However...

11 killed in Saturday's synogogue shooting ranged from 54 to 97-years of age

10.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

Among them, Cecil Rosenthal whose brother was also murdered.   Despite the tragedy, the community is determined to persevere. Suspect Robert Bowers has his first court hearing this afternoon.  

PA's acting Secretary of State encourages voters to brush up on their rights

10.29.18 | Brandon Dickson

Among those rights, only first-time voters, or those voting for the first time in a new precinct, must show ID. Voters who have moved to Pennsylvania, but did not update their address in time before the election, may vote one more time in their...

Supply chain operator in central PA is hiring

10.26.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

As the holidays approach, Geodis says it's looking to fill over 1,400 positions for the season at the Carlisle and Chambersburg facilities.  Folks hired will get e-commerce shipments to customers. The company is looking for full and...

PA turkey hunting starts Sat. for most of state

10.26.18 | Terry Diener

Last year’s fall harvest of 9,266 was down from 10,844 in 2016 and was 37% below the previous three-year average. Unlike the spring turkey season, in which hunters are permitted to harvest only bearded birds, any turkey can be harvested in...

Survivors of child sex abuse have rallied in PA's capital

10.25.18 | Bill Price

They called on Republican senators to "get-behind" a bill that would give victims a two-year window to file lawsuits. The Senate left Harrisburg last week without voting on it. Existing state law gives victims 'til the age of 30 to sue. The...

Corbett returns to Harrisburg for portrait unveiling

10.25.18 | Terry Diener

Tom Corbett, the former Republican Pennsylvania governor, recounted some of the highlights of his four years in office, ending in 2015, including a multibillion-dollar transportation bill and an effort to attract a massive natural gas processing...

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