Table Games Boost Pennsylvania Casino Revenues To New High In 2016Gross revenues at Pennsylvania’s casinos topped $3.2-billion in 2016, up about 1.25 percent from the year before.
Beer Drinkers Say Cheers To New Pennsylvania Alcohol Sale LawBeer drinkers are toasting to a new law that loosens restrictions surrounding alcohol sales in Pennsylvania.
Shapiro Sworn In As New Pennsylvania Attorney GeneralFormer Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro took the oath of office Tuesday as Pennsylvania’s next attorney general.
Auditor Puts Focus On Child Safety, Rape Kits, Opioid CrisisPennsylvania's auditor general is starting his second term by promising to protect children, push for testing of backlogged rape kits and fight the opioid crisis.
Cops: Pennsylvania Man Used Girls' Online Pics To Coerce SexState police have charged Keefer Ngirngesechei with rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors and other crimes.
Pennsylvania Boy, 16, Jailed In Stabbing Inside SupermarketA 16-year-old boy is in juvenile custody after police say he stabbed a girl inside a northeastern Pennsylvania supermarket.
Fire Chief: 3,600 Chicks Killed In Pennsylvania FireA fire chief says 3,600 chicks have been killed in a chicken house fire at a south-central Pennsylvania farm.
Voters React As Politicians Decide To Skip Trump's InaugurationSeveral Pennsylvania politicians will not be attending the inauguration of Donald Trump.
Rep. Brendan Boyle Won't Attend Trump Inauguration: 'I Respect It, But I Will Not Celebrate It'Pennsylvania Congressman Brendan Boyle is adding his name to the list of politicians who are refusing to attend Trump's inauguration.
Rep. Dwight Evans Refuses To Attend Trump Inauguration After 'Attack On Congressman John Lewis'As we prepare for the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump, some politicians are refusing to attend.
New Looser Regulations Going Into Effect For PA Beer RetailersThe new state law becomes official on Tuesday.
Pennsylvania Liquor Stores Open for King Day, Other HolidaysHundreds of Pennsylvania's state-owned liquor stores will be open for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as well as on other holidays for the first time in the coming year.

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