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Purple Squirrel In Jersey Shore

02.10.12 | Bob Price

Check out the Amazing animal discovery in Jersey Shore, Pa

Pennsylvania Cardinal's Death Investigated

02.10.12 | Jeremy Miller

The exact cause of Philadelphia Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua's death is under investigation. The 88-year-old Cardinal died on January 31st, just one day after a judge said he might have to testify in the child sex abuse trial of three priests. A ...

Gas Customer's Bills To Rise Statewide In Pennsylvania

02.08.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A bill authorizing a new charge on your gas bill is on its way to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's desk.  The bill will allow gas companies to add a charge of up to 5-percent of your bill in order to speed replacement of 12-thousand miles ...

Pennsylvanians Save...A Little. New Yorkers Do Not.

02.06.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvanians aren't doing too poorly when it comes to saving. The state ranked 14th nationally for how much cash its residents have in savings accounts. New Yorkers came in 27th place, with a grade of "C". A nonprofit group put out their "Assets ...

Hero Father Saves His Children

02.03.12 | Jeremy Miller

Daddy Pulls His Twin Babies From Burning House

Environmental Accident In Pennsylvania

02.03.12 | Jeremy Miller

Sewage Leaked Into Susquehanna River Tributary

Slot Machine Revenue in P.A. Not Stacking Up To Expectations

02.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

In 2004, during the debate over whether to legalize gambling in Pennsylvania, Governor Ed Rendell predicted that slot machine revenue one day would be able to cut school property taxes by an average of 23-percent. But some 7 years and 10 casinos ...

When Is Winter Coming?!?

02.01.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Whatever happened to the winter of 2012? At 7 a.m. this morning, Swoyersville, Pennsylvania was 51 degrees. It was 51 in Tamaqua and Lewisburg, and 50 degrees in Wayland, New York. In fact, 2,890 daily or record highs have been broken or tied ...

Pennsylvania Eminent Domain Controversy

01.31.12 | Sarah Harnisch, Jeremy Miller

Pennsylvania Landowners Suing To Keep Their Homes

Pennsylvania's "Year Of The Bible" Declaration Under Protest

01.31.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Pennsylvania State House unanimously declared 2012 as the "Year of the Bible", but the declaration doesn't come without some controversy. House Resolution 535 is similar to legislation passed by the U.S. House and Senate to allow President ...

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