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Digital Hunting Licenses Now Available for Download

Digital Hunting Licenses Now Available for Download

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Just in time for squirrel season, Pennsylvania hunters now may carry digital versions of their licenses, in place of paper licenses. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 14, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News, Sports
PA Dept. of Health: Jefferson County Reports 62 New COVID-19 Cases Since Friday

PA Dept. of Health: Jefferson County Reports 62 New COVID-19 Cases Since Friday

HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) – The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed that Jefferson County reported 62 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, September 10. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 13, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Expiring COVID-19 Waivers Could Make Pa. Health-Care Staffing Shortages Worse

Expiring COVID-19 Waivers Could Make Pa. Health-Care Staffing Shortages Worse

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Regulatory waivers established last year to help hospitals and health-care workers fight COVID-19 will expire this month, and those in the field are warning the lapse could exacerbate an ongoing staffing crisis as coronavirus cases rise again. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 13, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Gov. Wolf Praises President Biden As Other Lawmakers Plan to Push Back Against Mandates

Gov. Wolf Praises President Biden As Other Lawmakers Plan to Push Back Against Mandates

HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) – Governor Tom Wolf on Thursday issued a statement praising President Joe Biden’s announcement of sweeping new COVID-19 vaccine mandates. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 10, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Wolf Administration Raises Awareness Of Suicide Prevention Among Pennsylvania Veterans

Wolf Administration Raises Awareness Of Suicide Prevention Among Pennsylvania Veterans

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Members of the Wolf administration gathered today at the YWCA Greater Harrisburg to raise awareness about veteran suicide, a health crisis taking the lives of about 20 veterans a day nationwide. The event was held in recognition of September being National Suicide Prevention Month. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 10, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Pennsylvania’s Archery Deer Season Awaits

Pennsylvania’s Archery Deer Season Awaits

HARRISBURG, Pa. - If something can be routine and record-breaking at the same time, Pennsylvania’s archery deer season is it. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 10, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
State Police Release Labor Day Holiday Crash And Enforcement Data

State Police Release Labor Day Holiday Crash And Enforcement Data

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Members of the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) arrested 587 motorists for driving under the influence and issued 9,968 speeding citations during the four-day Labor Day weekend from September 3-6, 2021. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 9, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
The Coming Crisis in Dementia Care and Why Pa. Is Woefully Unprepared

The Coming Crisis in Dementia Care and Why Pa. Is Woefully Unprepared

Pat Loughney was sleep-deprived and panicked as he dug a partially eaten bar of medicated soap from his wife’s mouth in the narrow confines of their upstairs bathroom. Minutes later, her face swelled and her throat began to close. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 7, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Pa. To Refund $19 Million to 109,000 People It Overcharged in Unemployment Error

Pa. To Refund $19 Million to 109,000 People It Overcharged in Unemployment Error

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The state Department of Labor and Industry will pay out more than $19 million in refunds after it overcharged nearly 110,000 people for unemployment interest payments over a decade. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 7, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
The Supreme Court’s Decision on a Texas Abortion Ban Raises the Stakes for the Pa. Governor’s Race

The Supreme Court’s Decision on a Texas Abortion Ban Raises the Stakes for the Pa. Governor’s Race

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania abortion-rights advocates and their opponents agreed Wednesday that the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to let a Texas law banning most abortions go into effect could clear the way for a similar prohibition here if Republicans win the 2022 governor’s race. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 5, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News