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  1. Range Resources sued over Pennsylvania drillingRead the original story

    5 min ago | Lewistown Sentinel

    A couple who say their water was contaminated by natural gas drilling and leaks from a drilling wastewater pond near their property have sued oil and gas company Range Resources. The lawsuit by Christopher and Janet Lauff, of McDonald, contends they had to forgo well water and connect to a public water line, for which they've not been compensated by Range Resources Corp. The Fort Worth, Texas-based drilling firm was still evaluating the lawsuit but had "not seen any evidence of health or environmental impacts," its spokesman Matt Pitzarella said.


  2. Penn. family offering $10K reward for missing sonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Shane Montgomery, 21, was last seen around 1:45 a.m. Thursday morning at Kildare's Pub in Manayunk, Penn. A Pennsylvania family is desperate for answers after their 21-year-old son vanished from a Philadelphia bar early Thursday morning, seemingly without a trace.


  3. Tractor-trailer accident cleared in Camp HillRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    A tractor-trailer overturned near the Camp Hill Shopping Center and Capital City Mall on Route 581 westbound at Exit 5B for U.S. Routes 11/15 south Friday, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. For more traffic information, follow live traffic updates, accident reports and road closures below from PennDOT, Total Traffic Network and other Twitter sources.


  4. As Cyber Monday nears, remember to keep track sales tax on online purchasesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    By Sunday, Gray Thursday, Black Friday and Small Business Saturday will be a distant speck in shoppers' rearview mirrors, and Cyber Monday will be upon us. But before taking to your keyboards on the day marked for online deals, we thought it'd be prudent to remind you of Pennsylvania's use tax law, which requires Pennsylvania shoppers to self-report items they purchased over the Internet where no sales tax was charged .


  5. Tractor-trailer overturns near Camp Hill shopping center, mallRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    The accident was reported around 3:15 p.m. on Route 581 westbound at Exit 5B for U.S. Routes 11/15 south, and it is restricting the ramp, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. For more traffic information, follow live traffic updates, accident reports and road closures below from PennDOT, Total Traffic Network and other Twitter sources.


  6. Cognitive Test Battery to Assess Impact of Long Duration Spaceflight on Astronaut Brain FunctionRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Space Ref

    Space is one of the most demanding and unforgiving environments. Human exploration of space requires astronauts to maintain consistently high levels of cognitive performance to ensure mission safety and success, and prevent potential errors and accidents.


  7. Pa. property-tax and rent rebate program expandsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion

    Beginning with claim year 2013, the Department of Revenue will pay property tax and rent rebate claims filed on behalf of claimants who lived at least one day during a claim year and meet all other eligibility criteria. Such claims can be filed by spouses, personal representatives or estates, on behalf of deceased claimants.


  8. XPN Weekend Arts Crawl...Leftovers, skating and more celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WXPN-FM Philadelphia

    The BlueCross River Rink opens at Penn's Landing Friday. Saturday there are circus artists, face painters, strolling Mummers, and ice sculptors and the start of the Fireside Sessions, a four-part music series, with a performance by singer/songwriter Milton.


  9. Hunters Sharing the Harvest eliminates barrier, adds incentive for hunters to donate venison to anti-hunger programsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    Hunters Sharing the Harvest, which provides donated deer meat to food banks across Pennsylvania, unveiled a deer weight tape that will be given to hunters donating deer to the program. Rick Fetrow, chairman of Hunters Sharing the Harvest, left, demonstrates HSH's new deer weight-estimating tape, for Matt Hough, executive director of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, standing, and Harold Luther, marketing manager for the Cabela's store at Hamburg.


  10. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WDSN-FM Du Bois

    Holiday travel plans turned nasty for the millions of travelers driving in the Northeast for Thanksgiving Holiday. A sloppy mix of snow and slush covered the roads making driving conditions pretty tricky for those travelers.


  11. Pennsylvania hunters take aim at opening day of deer hunting seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | York Dispatch

    Hunters wearing blaze orange and carrying rifles will be a familiar sight on Monday - the opening day of deer season in Pennsylvania. . With the feel of cool crisp autumn air and the crunch of fallen leaves under foot, local hunters will take aim Monday as the first day of firearms deer season opens throughout Pennsylvania.


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  13. Drug overdose law becomes effective SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Pennsylvania's Act 139 goes into effect Saturday, allowing first responders, friends and family members to administer an antidote for drug overdoses and giving Good Samaritan protection against liability to people giving the treatment. Naloxone is medication that can reverse opioid drug overdoses and commonly used opioids include heroin, morphine and fentanyl.


  14. Eagles aren't actually unbeaten on ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | USA Today

    After Thursday's win over the Dallas Cowboys, countless news outlets reported the Philadelphia Eagles had moved to 5-0 on Thanksgiving Day, the best record for any franchise in NFL history. There's just one little thing: It's technically not true.


  15. Jan. 1 will ring in historic year for Pa. uninsured; countdown begins MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2014 |

    In 2011, people protested outside Gov. Tom Corbett's home as he ended a program that provided low-cost health insurance to about 41,000 people. On Jan. 1, 2015, many of those people and hundreds of thousands more will be eligible for coverage under a new Corbett program that is receiving a cold shoulder from Democrats.


  16. No help from feds on Pa's tough-to-enforce texting ban, report: Friday Morning CoffeeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you're out on the highways this holiday weekend, the chances are good that you've seen a fellow motorist texting away madly, even as he zips between lanes, causing you at least one near-death experience.


  17. No decisions yet from Pennsylvania legislative leaders on opening 2015-16 session with two-minute offenseRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    Will the Capitol Rotunda, seen here from a birds-eye perspective, fill up with lobbyists, special interest groups and lawmakers before Gov.-elect Tom Wolf gets to town in late January? It's an idea is under discussion by House and Senate Republican leaders, who'd like to give Gov. Tom Corbett another bill or two to sign. With the elections over, the next big question about the new 2015-16 legislative session is whether expanded Republican majorities in the Pennsylvania House and Senate will try to pass legislation under the signature of a lame-duck Gov. Tom Corbett in early January.


  18. How is the Black Friday traffic in the midstate?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    As of 6 a.m., there were no reports of any major accidents or traffic backlogs in the Harrisburg area along Interstate 81, Route 22/322, Interstate 83, Route 11/15, Route 581 or the Pennsylvania Turnpike, according to PennDOT. For more traffic information, follow live traffic updates, accident reports and road closures below from PennDOT, Total Traffic Network and other Twitter sources.


  19. Unexpected $55,000 tax bill hits Smithfield Township church Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Pocono Record

    When Light of the World Church moved its congregation to Smithfield Township this summer, there was one cost they weren't anticipating: $55,000 in 2014 school taxes. In August, the church purchased the former Shawnee Academy, a 39-acre property once home to a school and living facilities for troubled youth.


  20. Residents: Pa. city smells like cat urineRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    New Castle residents began noticing the smell Nov. 1 in the city about 45 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.