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Penn State students may face discipline over football gatherings; Temple will delay start of spring semester as COVID-19 cases climb in Pa.
Pennsylvania is now averaging 1,769 new COVID-19 cases day, the highest at any point during the pandemic, with no sign of slowing down.

GOP senators power Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to the Supreme Court
The Senate is set to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

Loss of smell is an earlier COVID-19 symptom than fever; Philly’s Monell Institute has sniff test for screening in the works
Loss of the sense of smell is a common symptom, and it happens early. And it's a loss that is hard to ignore, especially if it lingers.

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Police fatally shoot man in West Philly

The shooting occurred in the 6100 block of Locust Street.

GOP resurrects Facebook posts by Democrat running for Pa. House in Northeast Philly

Fervid partisan sentiment that simmered on social media four years ago has bubbled over into this year’s race for a state House seat in Northeast Philadelphia.

Penn State prepares for first home football game as coronavirus cases on campus fall and concern mounts

Penn State will play the first of four home games against archrival Ohio State on Halloween night. Its first away game of the season this past weekend already triggered unsafe student behavior.

Bucks teen shot in Nockamixon State Park may have been killed by a hunter in a ‘terrible accident,’ DA says

Jacob Kutt was killed Saturday evening as he sat near Lake Nockamixon with his girlfriend, investigators said.

Eagles’ Doug Pederson will need to cure red-zone woes moving forward

The Eagles have typically been among the best in the league at converting red zone attempts into points under Pederson’s tenure, but that’s changed this year.

The man who set a fatal Camden apartment fire had been sleeping in the building’s stairwell, source says

Two men died from the apartment building fire on Cramer Street. A rowhouse was damaged in the blaze on High Street.

‘The best thing to ever happen to Trenton’: NJWeedman dares police to bust his illegal pot shop. Here’s why.

For nearly two decades, Ed Forchion has pursued a quixotic effort to legalize marijuana in New Jersey. He wants current underground dealers to have a chance to cash in.
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Where voters stand

Why Pa. is most likely to decide the presidential election