Pennsylvania COVID-19 Cases Top 69,000, Death Toll Surpasses 5,200On Wednesday, health officials reported 780 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 69,417.
Over 60% Of Pennsylvania Residents Fully Recovered From Coronavirus As Cases Surpass 68,500There are now 68,637 COVID-19 cases across the state. 
Deadline To Request Mail-In Ballot For Pennsylvania Primary Is TodayYou have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to request a mail-in ballot.
State Police: 2-Year-Old Fatally Shot At Pennsylvania HomeThe child was taken to a hospital but died there a short time later.
Pennsylvania COVID-19 Cases Climb Above 67,000, 28 Additional Deaths ReportedOn Sunday, state health officials reported an additional 730 cases of coronavirus, along with 28 more deaths.
Pennsylvania Department Of Agriculture Says $280K Available To Animal Farmers For PPE Costs ReimbursementsThe Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture says applicants can receive up to $16,000 in three different categories.
Pennsylvania Health Officials Seeking $93K From Nursing Homes Amid InspectionsHealth officials say nursing home surveyors have conducted more than 1,470 inspections of nursing homes since the beginning of February.
What Can You Do In Each Phase Of Pennsylvania's Reopening Plan?In April, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled a color-coded plan for the state to reopen following the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Deaths In Pennsylvania Top 5,000 As Statewide Cases Near 67,000On Saturday, health officials reported 725 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 66,983.
Gov. Wolf Anticipating Philadelphia, Surrounding Suburbs Will Move To 'Yellow' Phase Of Reopening Plan On June 5Health officials reported 115 new deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 4,984.
Pennsylvania Dirt Track Cited For Flouting Shutdown Order Expecting Thousands For First Auto Races Of Season Over Memorial Day WeekendPenn Can Speedway in rural Susquehanna County planned to hold races on its dirt oval a few miles from the New York state line.
Pennsylvania Jobless Rate Hits 15.1%, State Labor Department SaysPennsylvania’s unemployment rate more than doubled to 15.1% in April, up from 5.8% in March, the department said.
Gov. Wolf Signs Bill Allowing Pennsylvania Bars, Restaurants To Sell Cocktails-To-Go Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendGov. Tom Wolf signed the bill into law on Thursday.
National Guard, CDC Called In To Help With COVID-19 Outbreak At Berks Heim Nursing HomeTwenty-nine residents there have died and another 30 have tested positive for COVID-19 at the nursing home.
Pennsylvania Republican Senators Propose Limiting Gov. Wolf's Power In Response To Stay-At-Home OrdersDemocrats insist the legislation goes too far, saying voters gave the governor that power when he was elected into office.