PA Game Commission Seeks Feedback On Responding To Chronic Wasting Disease In Deer

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Chronic wasting disease is a fatal brain disease that affects animals including deer and elk.

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Pennsylvania Medical Pot Sales Top $500M in First 2 Years

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Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program has passed a half-billion dollars in sales since it began dispensing the drug nearly two years ago.

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State Auditor General: Climate Change Could Be Costing PA Hundreds of Millions

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Eugene DePasquale wants lawmakers to come up with a more comprehensive plan to improve infrastructure, and hopefully prevent future damage from severe weather.

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"The Promise of Idle Time" on Exhibit at Keystone College

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Award winning photographer and member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation Jeremy Dennis discusses his current exhibit.

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True, or Not; AP Poll Says Americans Have Difficulty Figuring It Out

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A new poll finds that regardless of political belief, many Americans say they have a hard time figuring out if information is true.

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Have Feds Delivered Death Blow to PennEast Pipeline Project?

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PennEast Pipeline LLC suffered a potentially huge setback when a federal court Tuesday denied the company’s bid to rehear a case involving its attempt to condemn state-owned lands for its 120-mile project.

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One-on-One with Scranton's New Mayor-Elect Paige Cognetti

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Keystone Edition's Paul Lazar sits down for an in-depth interview with Scranton's first female mayor to discuss her plans for the future.

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Past & Present Meet In Tioga County

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Honoring Tioga county's past with historian Joyce Tice of Mansfield's "Museum of Us" History Center.

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Pennsylvania’s Liquor Board is Posting Record Profits. That Worries Some Lawmakers.

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Republicans in the state legislature have long pushed to privatize the commonwealth’s state-run liquor industry.

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Bucknell Professor Dishes on Downton

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Downton Abbey movie is set to premiere at the Campus Theater in Lewisburg, and Bucknell’s Women’s & Gender Studies professor Erica Delsandro will serve as a guest speaker.

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Connecting with Nature in the Poconos

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Making family memories is taken to a higher level with a visit to the Poconos.

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PA Child Health Insurance Rate Holding Steady

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From 2016 to 2018, the number of Pennsylvania children without health insurance fell by 1.6%.

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PA Quietly Reverses ‘Lunch Shaming’ Ban as School District Debt Grows

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Over the summer the state quietly re-legalized the practice.

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Work Zone Speed Cameras About to be Deployed in Pennsylvania

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Two Speeding Cameras in PA Work Zones to Be Deployed Ahead of Statewide Use in 2020.

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A Look at American Conservation Origins Can Provide Advice for the Future

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Bibi Gaston, Great-Grand Niece of Gifford Pinchot, Releases New Book "Gifford Pinchot and the Old Timers" containing newly unearth letters from mid-century conservationists.

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