Analysis: Pennsylvania House, Senate In A 'Salamandoff’This past week, the Senate voted for a bill that would make a salamander called the eastern hellbender the official state amphibian.
Police Searching For Group Of Teens Following 3 Attacks Near Temple UniversityIn all three cases the victims were attacked and pushed to the ground, and the suspects didn’t take anything.
Former Police Chief Pleads Guilty To Theft From Social ClubA former police chief has pleaded guilty to stealing gambling tickets from a Pennsylvania social club.
Hellbender Gets Senate OK As Official Pennsylvania AmphibianResearchers from Lycoming College in Williamsport say hellbenders live in rivers and streams throughout much of Pennsylvania, except for the Delaware River watershed.
Special Needs Adults Get VIP Treatment At Philly's FBI Field OfficeA group of special needs adults got the VIP treatment on Thursday at the FBI field office in Old City.
Animal Shelter Mistakenly Euthanizes Family's Pet Cat After It Got 'Increasingly Aggressive'An animal shelter in Berks County mistakenly euthanized a family’s pet cat earlier this week.
Police: Suspect Sought For 'Requesting Sex Act,' Trying To Lure Young Boys Into CarPolice are asking for the public's help in identifying the vehicle in connection with two attempted luring and abduction incidents.
Crews Respond To 2-Alarm House Fire In Delaware CountyCrews are currently attempting to get a 2-alarm house fire under control in Delaware County.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge In Critical Condition Following Emergency Heart ProcedureThe spokesman says Ridge underwent a cardiac catheterization at Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas.
DA: Troopers Justified In Using Deadly Force In ShootingA prosecutor says Pennsylvania state troopers were justified in using deadly force in a roadside confrontation in which a trooper was shot last week.
Federal Judge Grants Philadelphia's Request For Injunction Against Attorney General SessionsThe city asked for the injunction after the Justice Department threatened a $1.7 million grant unless the city changed its policy on sharing information with federal immigration agents.
Fundraising Dinner Helps Those Impacted By Fire At Bridget Foy's RestaurantThe fire last month took down a neighborhood staple and displaced nearly a dozen people living nearby.

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