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The bills cover topics including pay equity lawsuits, the publishing of nude photos and buffer zones around health clinics.
Will up to 50,000 Pennsylvania kids be switching from the Children's Health Insurance Program to Medicaid?
But hospital officials said while the intent to keep patients informed is commendable, they don't always know of an outpatient status.
This may be done without greatly harming the patient's odds of survival, new research suggests.
House Republicans mostly favor the accord, which would reverse $63 billion in across-the-board spending cuts, but nudge deficits higher.
A former executive at PPG Industries in Pittsburgh told police that he was trying to kill himself last weekend.
They had only seconds to look at the man many called "tata" -- father in his native Xhosa.
Police pull back after a show of force that riles the West and enables the pro-Europe activists to maintain their resolve.
More than 70 percent of state's public schools receive positive scores in School Performance Profiles.
Senate Republicans will not move forward with a plan to clear the way for a private manager of the Pennsylvania Lottery.
Pittsburghers help by holding open a door, returning lost keys, changing a tire and paying for another customer.
Pet dog Charlie's wide-eyed reaction to tree is a good reminder of what to appreciate at holiday time.
By James M. Perry In the spring of 1966, Robert P. Casey (father of Senator Bob Casey), lost the Democratic gubernatorial
Tom Wolf, Democratic candidate for governor, announced that he has already raised $2.855 million in his bid to be the