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House Bill 2249 would create the new crime on online impersonation, when someone uses another person's identity online to defraud or harm others.
With the Pennsylvania Turnpike deep in debt, and a toll increase set for January, state Rep. Peter Daley calls for the commission's top officials to resign.
Two pickup trucks will be using the chemical spray throughout several Warrington neighborhoods.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
PennDOT will be issuing free Department of State voter ID cards, which will be a safety net for residents who cannot obtain other types of photo identification.
Gov. Tom Corbett signed the current budget less than two months ago, but the administration already is looking ahead to 2013-14.
West Nile virus has been making headlines locally and nationally, so what does this mean for you? Should you be worried and how does this compare with other diseases?
New production reports show the natural gas boom in Pennsylvania continues, but environmentalists say the state should be concerned about the costs of that growth.
Lawmakers in Harrisburg seem no closer to providing tax relief for homeowners.
State officials report a new strain of swine flu infecting people.
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