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    Pence: 'We'll fix this and move forward'

    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence pledged Tuesday to "fix" Indiana's controversial religious freedom law to clarify that it does not condone discrimination against gays and lesbians, asking the state legislators to pass a fix this week.

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Hiker rescued from French Creek State Park

Hiker rescue
UNION TWP., Pa.

Emergency responders were called in for a dramatic rescue at French Creek State Park Monday afternoon.

New restaurant serves up more than just food

Mission BBQ ribbon cutting

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WYOMISSING, Pa.

A new restaurant in Berks County is serving a helping of gratitude to those who have served our country.

'Yoga Girl' author gets rock star welcome in Bethlehem

BETHLEHEM, Pa.

The Yoga Girl got a rock star reception in Bethlehem Area Public Library Monday night.

ABC News: Sen. demands release of Hopkins Black Lung report

WASHINGTON

U.S. Sen. Robert Casey, Jr. is demanding to see the findings of Johns Hopkins internal review of a controversial radiology program that for years reviewed x-rays of coal miners on behalf of coal companies and rarely found miners to have serious black lung disease -- decisions that helped prevent them from obtaining much-needed financial support.

Kane's troubles could haunt her hopes for second term in 2016

Kathleen Kane

The result of a controversial case could affect Democrat Kathleen Kane's plan to seek a second term as the state's top prosecutor next year.

Reading mayor announces series of town hall meetings

Reading Mayor, Vaughn Spencer

69 News

Reading Mayor Vaughn Spencer and members of his administration are taking City Hall on the road.

PaG&E to refund $2.3 million to state consumers

Electric meter, generic image, electricity

A proposed settlement has been reached with an electric generation supplier accused of deceptively marketing its variable electric rates to Pennsylvania consumers, many of whom filed complaints about spikes in their rates during the winter of 2014.

NJ Gov. Christie: Tax revenue from pot sales is 'blood money'

Chris Christie

AP

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is reiterating his opposition to legalizing marijuana for recreational use and said tax revenue from sales of the drug amount to "blood money."

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