List by Category�: Pennsylvania News

Peta versus Punxsutawney Phil

01.29.20 | Brandon Dickson

The animal rights group says they've sent a letter to the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club asking them to retire the resident groundhog as well as the tradition of using him as a weather predictor. The organization insists being in close proximity...

VP Pence paying PA a visit

01.28.20 | Bill Price

He'll speak at a Women for Trump event at the Radisson Hotel in Camp Hill on Wednesday, February 5th. The VP will be joined by White House Adviser Kellyanne Conway and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. The event begins at 5 p.m.

Mixing up hunting dates in the Keystone State

01.28.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Rifle dear season started on a Saturday last November.  And this week, the state game commission put three possible Sunday dates on the hunting schedule. Response differs among hunters when it comes to Sunday hunting. Two other Sundays...

Half a million "marching for life" today

01.24.20 | Bob Price, Brandon Dickson

They're flocking to the National Mall in our nation's capital today for the 47th annual event. The march's president, Jeanne Mancini, insists having a president attend "in person" is a first. Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute...

Former PA Lt. Gov. Mike Stack saunters into stand-up comedy

01.24.20 | Terry Diener

Stack’s profile page is on Backstage, a website for actors and comedians seeking work. There are two videos of Stack at the LA School of Comedy in Los Angeles, working through jokes while a comedy coach and classmates cheer him on and offer...

Prominent PA politician expected to make a big announcement today

01.23.20 | Brandon Dickson

State House Speaker Mike Turzai will hold a news conference today in the Pittsburgh area amid speculation that he'll leave the powerful office after five years. The expectation is that the 60-year-old will announce he's leaving office, or not...

PA House has passed bill package aimed at stopping human trafficking

01.23.20 | Brandon Dickson

Republican House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler says the measures increase the penalties for human trafficking and provide more resources for victims of the crime. The set of measures now heads to the state Senate in Harrisburg.

A commonwealth church has paid the medical debt of 1,500+ people

01.22.20 | Brandon Dickson

LCBC Church, which has 15 locations throughout the state, has eliminated $2.5 million in medical bills for 1,546 Pennsylvanians. Pastor Jason Mitchell says he and his congregation are honored to help relieve some of the stress that comes from...

Access to dental care varies in Pennsylvania based on where you live

01.22.20 | Terry Diener

Researchers in the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health at Penn State found that urban rates of dentist supply are nearly twice that of rural rates, and that inequalities exist between areas of higher socioeconomic status and those of lower...

Pennsylvania House members tackle human trafficking this week

01.21.20 | Brandon Dickson

State House representatives are expected to vote on a number of bills to combat the international issue. State Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill says one way to end the "egregious industry" is to switch off demand. In 2018, 275 human trafficking...

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