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Disagreement over Pennsylvania Governor Wolf s tax plan

Report: Governor's tax proposals will cost all Pennsylvanians

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal is taking center stage once again, weeks after it was first introduced.

Electricity rates could increase by nearly 7%

If PPL Electric Utilities Corporation (PPL) has its way, electricity rates could jump nearly seven percent for customers.

Dog recovering after being stabbed left for dead in woods

Dog recovering after being stabbed, left for dead in woods

Hikers made a disturbing discovery in the woods about 12 miles from Womelsdorf in Lancaster County.

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Bra bandit strikes again; stolen garments worth thousands

A bra bandit has struck again.

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Attorney General warns of credit card phone scam

Pennsylvania residents are being warned by Attorney General Kathleen Kane to beware of a reoccurring telephone scam in which consumers have been told there is a "freeze" or "hold" on their credit cards.

Lyme disease in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania

Pa. DEP: Lyme disease risk now present in all 67 counties

Pennsylvania officials are warning residents that there is now a danger of Lyme disease in every county in the Commonwealth.

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Penn St. alumni trustees ask court for access to Freeh docs

Seven alumni-elected members of Penn State's board ask judge to see Freeh documents.

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Deadline approaching for Pennsylvanians to register to vote

Pennsylvanians who are not registered to vote but want to cast a ballot in the primary election are running out of time.

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Pa. unemployment rate ticked up slightly in March

The number of Pennsylvanians without work increased slightly in March, but the rate is still below the national average.

Should Pennsylvania bars keep their doors open later

Should Pennsylvania bars keep their doors open later?

Should Pennsylvania bars keep their doors open later?

Matt Sandusky, Berks lawmaker seek to widen lawsuit time limits

Jerry Sandusky's adopted son, Matt, is joining Pa. Rep. Mark Rozzi of Berks County and other state lawmakers in support of bills that would expand the statute of limitations in child sexual abuse lawsuits.

Giant Food Stores raise starting wage for employees

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Giant Food Stores to raise starting wage for employees

Some workers at Giant Food Stores will soon be making a little more money.


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  • Hubble Space Telescope launch, 1990


    On this day: April 25

    The guillotine is first used, American and Soviet troops cut Nazi Germany in two, a U.S. Navy submarine completes the first submerged circumnavigation of the globe, and the Hubble Space Telescope is launched, all on this day.

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