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Using sports to rescue kids in Pennsylvania

10.13.20 | Bill Price

Rick Rohlin from Russell, PA, runs the International Sports Academy, an organization that uses athletic competition to rescue children from around the world. He insits sports is a tool that open the door to access children facing some type of...

PA's 2nd lady speaks out after being verbally attacked Sunday

10.13.20 | Brandon Dickson

Gisele Fetterman, the wife of Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, says a woman came up to her at the store and called her the "n" word and told her she doesn't belong here. Gisele, who is Brazilian,  says the woman followed her from the...

The number of PA voters seeking mail-in ballots is approaching 2.5 million

10.12.20 | Terry Diener

We're now 22 days away from Election Day. In June, 1.5 million votes cast by mail accounted for slightly more than half of the 2.9 million votes cast in the primary. Democrats accounted for about two-thirds of the ballots mailed in June...

PA touts new PPE manufacturer project

10.12.20 | Brandon Dickson

Gentex Corporation, which makes personal protection equipment and situational awareness systems for defense, has partnered with the commonwealth to expand its operations at its headquarters in Lackawanna County. The move will create 60 new jobs...

Efforts are underway to impeach a PA Supreme Court justice

10.08.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Rep. Frank Ryan has introduced a measure to indict Justice David Wecht, citing an intrusion on constitutional rights. Ryan claims recent rulings by the judge have amounted to "legislation," including the decision in favor of Governor Wolf's...

Pennsylvanians are coming in droves to have voices heard in this year's presidential election

10.08.20 | Terry Diener

With about a week and a half to go before the Oct. 19 voter registration deadline, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reported on Wednesday the number of registered voters already appears to have hit an all-time high of 8.9 million, or nearly...

PA State Police have reported a record number of firearm background checks

10.07.20 | Terry Diener

In the third quarter of 2020, the Pennsylvania Instant Check System completed more than 406,000 background checks, which is nearly double the volume completed during the same period last year. The highest previous total was set in the...

PA's top fiscal watchdog has found questionable decisions in Gov. Wolf's COVID-19 business waiver program

10.07.20 | Brandon Dickson

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, says the audit of the process found that "businesses were asked to hit a moving target." Ultimately, his team discovered the waiver program has not offered "a level playing field to businesses across...

Joe Biden's back in a battleground state

10.06.20 | Brandon Dickson

The Democratic White House hopeful is in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania today. His campaign says the former VP will deliver a message calling for unity in the historic town, well-known for the battle during the Civil War. The latest polls show Biden...

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman weighs run for U.S. senate seat or governor in 2022

10.06.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Fetterman says he is considering one of the two "open lanes." U.S. Senator Pat Toomey has decided to not run for re-election when his current term ends in 2022. That same year, the gubernatorial post will be vacated by Gov. Tom Wolf who will...

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