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Cost-of-living raises boost top Pennsylvania officials' pay
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
HARRISBURG — Hundreds of top elected and appointed officials in Pennsylvania state government are about to receive pay raises, thanks to an automatic, annual cost-of-living adjustment. The 1.6 percent increase announced Thursday, authorized by a ...
Cost-of-living raises boost pay of top Pennsylvania officialsAllentown Morning Call
Pennsylvania state officials set to receive automatic pay
Cost-of-living raises boost salaries of top Pa. officialsTribune-Review

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Former Pennsylvania state warehouse employee charged with stealing 610 ...
Fox News
A former Pennsylvania state worker has been accused of stealing 610 combat helmets and faces federal charges. The Philadelphia Inquirer ( ) says 43-year-old Marietta resident Michael Gantz worked as an acquisition officer at the ...
Ex-Pa. state worker charged with stealing helmetsWHP Harrisburg
Feds: Former Pa. worker stole 600 surplus combat

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Pennsylvania working to grow its aviation economy
AOPA Pilot
Other states, eager to keep aviation revenue and jobs at home, have passed similar legislation. But Pennsylvania has taken its bid to keep aviation dollars from flying away to a new level. Officials are reaching out with fact sheets, an online ...

Top Pennsylvania Officials' Salaries Grow with Inflation
NBC 10 Philadelphia
No one at the state Capitol has advocated pay raises for hundreds of Pennsylvania's top elected and appointed officials since the 2005 debacle that enraged voters and ultimately cost two dozen legislators and a Supreme Court justice their seats. Yet ...

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Tour bus catches fire on Pennsylvania Turnpike
A tour bus caught fire on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Chester County Friday night, shutting down a lane of traffic. The bus burst into flames shortly after 9:20 p.m. in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 76 at mile marker 307, about eight miles east of ...
Viewer video captures tour bus in flames in Chester

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CBS Local

Freezing rain hits Western Pennsylvania, many accidents reported
Traffic backs up on Route 28 southbound due to icy conditions and numerous traffic accidents along Route 28 on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. Daily Photo Galleries. Friday - Nov. 21, 2014. By Bill Vidonic. Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, 11:00 a.m.. Updated 9 ...
Freezing rain creates dangerous road conditionsPittsburgh Post Gazette

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Pennsylvania Mystery Species: The Winners, Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014 (blog)
Pennsylvania Mystery Species - a weekly, serial contest about the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania concluded earlier today with the answer posted here. It is the sugar maple. Daily Monday through Friday, new clues are offered to help readers ...

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WFMZ Allentown

Pennsylvania unemployment rate hits a six-year low
WFMZ Allentown
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate declined to a six-year low in October, according to the state Department of Labor & Industry. It reports that the state's unemployment rate declined by three-tenths of a percentage point from September to October -- to ...
Pennsylvania jobless rate declines to six-year lowPittsburgh Post Gazette
Pennsylvania jobless rate hits six-year low in OctoberPittsburgh Business Times
Pennsylvania jobless rate declines to 6-year lowBellingham Herald

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CBS Local

Detective: Pennsylvania death row inmate also says he killed women in Texas
Fox News
DALLAS – A man who was sentenced to death in Pennsylvania this week for the 2008 killing and dismemberment of a woman told investigators that he also killed women in Texas, where he used to live. Charles Hicks, 40, was sentenced to death Tuesday ...
Police: Convicted Pennsylvania Murderer May Have Killed In TexasCBS Local
Detective: Pa. man claims to have killed in TexasWHP Harrisburg

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Pittsburgh Post Gazette

What makes a place a speakeasy under Pennsylvania law?
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Though the term “speakeasy,” perhaps apocryphally, is said to have originated in McKeesport in the late 1880s, Sgt. Baker said they are not necessarily a Western Pennsylvania phenomenon. South of the Mason-Dixon line, they are more likely to be called ...
6 wounded in shooting near PittsburghLancasterOnline

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