List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Gov. Wolf hits the campaign trail with his new ticket mate

05.17.18 | Brandon Dickson

John Fetterman, the Braddock, PA mayor, says his role as lieutenant governor is to help re-elect Wolf.  Fetterman says he wants to make sure Pennsylvania gets a second term of Gov. Wolf's leadership. Meanwhile, the man opposing them this...

'Life in prison' for the PA man who murdered 4 people

05.17.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Cosmo DiNnardo pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, conspiracy, and robbery in a Bucks County courtroom yesterday. Sean Kratz, who is linked to three of the murders, rejected a plea deal.  His case will go to trial. Prosecutors say the...

It'll be Wagner vs. Wolf in PA's fall governor's race

05.16.18 | Bob Price

Scott Wagner defeated Paul Mango and Laura Ellsworth for the GOP nod. Wagner sounded confident in his victory speech last night. The other big-ticket item on the ballot Tuesday was the Republican U.S. Senate contest. Former Hazleton Mayor Lou...

A busy day at the polls, especially in Pennsylvania

05.16.18 | Brandon Dickson

Scott Wagner received the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic Governor Tom Wolf in the fall. Democrat John Fetterman defeated incumbent Democratic Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack making Stack the first holder of the office to lose in a...

Police Investigating Rash of Vehicle Break-ins in Mountain Top

05.15.18 | Bob Price

Police in Luzerne County are warning residents to lock up their cars after a rash of overnight break-ins in two communities in Mountain Top. Wright Township police say several vehicles were entered on numerous streets there as well as in...

Some Voters Puzzled by New Congressional Districts in Primary

05.15.18 | Bob Price

Tuesday's primary election marks the first time that Pennsylvania's newly redrawn congressional map comes into play for voters. In Luzerne County, the new congressional map splits up the Dallas area, making the lead-up to the primary a little...

Big hospitals in PA worry they may face staffing shortages

05.14.18 | Sarah Harnisch

A delay in processing licenses for doctors-in-training is at the root of the concern. Eight weeks into the implementation of a new online system for licensing that was supposed to accelerate the process, only around 17% of the state's 9,600...

Will Republicans lose ground in tomorrow's primary in Pennsylvania?

05.14.18 | Terry Diener

In some parts of the state, voters essentially will be picking their next representatives or senators, as one party has overwhelming numbers. Nineteen Republicans and six Democrats in the House are retiring, and there are three vacancies that...

Primary Day is just 5 days away in Pennsylvania

05.11.18 | Sarah Harnisch

Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute says turnout could be higher than in previous primaries. Geer says it's important for people of faith to get to the polls Tuesday, May 15th in Pennsylvania. Voter Guide  

Funeral services will be held Saturday for the most recent 'oldest living American'

05.11.18 | Sarah Harnisch

Delphine Gibson passed away this week at the age of 114 in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. Born in 1903, with horses and buggies, she lived in the Keystone State for more than 90 years. Gibson attributed her longevity to her faith and her church family.

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