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Items Conviscated at PA Airports being sold at Auction (Courtesy of AP)

04.03.12 | Bob Price

Lose your scissors, screwdriver and pocket knife at a security checkpoint at one of Pennsylvania’s airports? Here’s your chance to buy them back.

Obamacare Draws Call To Prayer

03.30.12 | Jeremy Miller

Catholic bishops in Pennsylvania are calling for today to be a day of prayer, fasting and abstinence for religious liberty.  The bishops are engaged in a battle with the Obama administration over whether the government can mandate employers to ...

New Poll Shows Santorum in trouble in PA

03.28.12 | Bob Price

Amid a series of self-inflicted campaign blunders, Republican presidential upstart Rick Santorum’s huge lead in Pennsylvania has evaporated, according to a new Franklin & Marshall University poll.

Gas Prices Expected to Rise all Summer Long

03.27.12 | Bob Price

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, gas prices are up again this week.

200 Interviewed in Penn State Investigation

03.21.12 | Bob Price

Former FBI chief Louis Freeh and his investigators have conducted 200 interviews in their extensive probe of the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State, asking questions that go beyond the charges against retired assistant coach Jerry Sandusky and ...

PA Could Play Deciding Role In GOP Nomination

03.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

Road To The White House Goes Through The Keystone State

Should Penn State Rename Beaver Stadium?

03.16.12 | Jeremy Miller

Honoring JoePa Gaining Support

PA Governor Signs Photo ID Law

03.15.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania is home to one of the nation's toughest photo identification laws for voters, less than eight months before the presidential election.

Pa Passes voter ID Bill

03.14.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is expected to sign one of the nation’s toughest voter identification laws less than eight months before the presidential election, although a court challenge is also expected to the measure that handily passed the ...

Sandusky Lawyers Denied

03.13.12 | Bob Price

The judge in former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky's child sexual abuse case said Tuesday that a defense request for more information regarding when and where the alleged crimes occurred is moot because prosecutors have said ...

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