Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf's Mask Order Inflames Partisan Fight Over Coronavirus In Premier Presidential Battleground StatePennsylvania's mandatory mask order has been met with hostility from Republicans.
'Truly Alarming': Pennsylvania Reports Highest 1-Day Total Of Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Since MayOfficials say more than 830 people tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, the first time the state has recorded more than 800 cases since May.
Parx Casino Temporarily Bans Smoking On Casino Floor To Follow Pennsylvania's New Mask MandateA Bucks County casino is taking Pennsylvania's new mask mandate into consideration and temporarily banning smoking anywhere on the casino floor.
Pennsylvania Court Turns Down Lawmakers' Bid To End Coronavirus ShutdownRepublican majorities in both chambers, along with a few Democrats, voted early last month to end the emergency disaster declaration that has led to closure of “non-life-sustaining” businesses, bans on large gatherings and orders that people stay at home.
How Pennsylvania Day Cares Are Protecting Children From Coronavirus As More Parents Go Back To WorkEyewitness News learned Wednesday that the city will be sending out a survey to families in order to learn about their concerns about sending children back to centers as they plan to head back to offices.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Sends Property Tax, Rent Rebates Out Early In Effort To Help ResidentsWolf says he worked with state offices to get 310,000 rebates in the hands of Pennsylvanians by Wednesday.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Issues Mandatory Face Mask Order To Prevent Spread Of COVID-19The expansion of Wolf's April executive order takes effect immediately.
Gov. Wolf Signs Law Removing Outdated Barriers To Employment For Skilled Workers With Criminal RecordsA person's criminal record can no longer bar them from receiving an occupational license unless it's directly related to that profession.
Trump Campaign Sues Over Pennsylvania Mail-In Drop-Off Sites For BallotsPresident Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, the national Republican Party and four western Pennsylvania members of Congress sued Monday to force changes to how the state collects and counts mail-in ballots under revamped rules.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Will Sign 2 Police Reform Bills Into Law, Office SaysOne of the bills is designed to prevent bad officers from continuing to find employment in police departments.
President Trump's Campaign Sues To Force Changes To How Pennsylvania Collects, Counts Mail-In BallotsThe head of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party called the lawsuit an effort to suppress votes as a campaign tactic, noting Democrats far outpaced Republicans in getting their voters to apply for mail-in ballots ahead of the primary.
Pennsylvania's Pandemic Numbers Dip Amid Worries About PittsburghPennsylvania has so far had nearly 86,000 confirmed infections and 6,614 deaths.
How To Address Maskless Mavericks When 'There's So Much Emotions Involved Right Now' With Delaware Valley In Green PhaseFor now, wearing a mask inside businesses remains mandatory for everyone in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Pennsylvania Health Officials Announce Over 500 New COVID-19 Cases As Statewide Total Tops 85,000The statewide total number of cases now stands at 85,496.
Woman Found Along Route 33 In Northampton County In 1987 Identified, Pennsylvania State Police SayPolice in Northampton County say 37-year-old Donna Kay Griffin was the woman found by construction workers along Route 33 in October 1987.