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The vast majority of applicants for welfare benefits in Pennsylvania are rejected every month, data from the state show, and some blame a 2012 change in state law for sharply increasing the rate at which people are rejected from the program.
A Special Report today on the issue of ending Marijuana Prohibition and the massively destructive War on Drugs, by TCBH! collective journalist Linn Washington, Jr. and three students in his Temple University journalism class: There are no legal observances marking the special April 20 holiday"at least not yet.
In this April 17, 2014 photo, workers continue the construction at a gas pipeline site in Harmony, Pa.
Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele reminds Pennsylvanians the deadline to register is April 21 if people want to vote in the May 20 primary.
DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - FILE Pennsylvania Department of Welfare Secretary Bev Mackereth met with the York Daily Record/Sunday News editorial board to discuss Gov. Tom Corbett's Healthy PA proposal.
Easter holiday weekend traffic is moving smoothly along the major interstates and roadways around the Harrisburg area this morning, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Pennsylvania has a long list of roads that need improvement, and even a few areas that could use new roads.
Sam Clutter, Indiana University of Pennsylvania's director of public safety, gave a construction update at the Student Government Association's weekly meeting Tuesday.
Pennsylvania's small business owners would pay workers $1 a day if they could - so says Senator Daylin Leach in his recent op-ed, "A Minimum Wage Hike is Long Past Due."
Incumbent Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett hit the airwaves earlier this week with an advertisement focusing on his education agenda if elected to another term in Harrisburg.
A gas flare, created when excess flammable gases are released by pressure valves during natural-gas and oil drilling, rises out of the ground in North Dakota.
Opening just months before the worst recession in decades took hold, Community College of Allegheny County's West Hills Center has become a measure of the Pittsburgh region's success in retraining its adult workforce.
Siri loves to give answers - often snarky - but she doesn't do much outside of create reminders.
With tree pollination emerging, and after a winter of above-average snowfall, pollen and mold spores will trigger more allergies in Pennsylvanian this spring.
Anti-Fracking Group Announces New Electoral Campaign Seeking Drilling Moratorium Pledges from Dem.