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Coroner called to house fire in Perry County

4 min 10 sec ago
The fire was reported at just before 7 a.m. along 100 block of Meadow Grove Road in Buffalo Township, according to Perry County 911.

Whiskey or vodka? Mapping the Pennsylvania's spirit split

40 min 3 sec ago
PennLive compared total liquor sales for each county in Pennsylvania. What we found is counties in Pennsylvania are split along a whiskey/vodka fault line.

Body found in burned car in Pa., police say

51 min 48 sec ago
It's unclear if the person died before or during the fire.

Harrisburg's curious ownership of a ship commanded by Benedict Arnold coming to an end

35 min 38 sec ago

The remnants, boards and partial hull of the Royal Savage that had been collecting dust and deteriorating in a Harrisburg warehouse will be turned over to the U.S. Navy, according to city officials. Former Mayor Stephen Reed bought the ship in 1995 for $42,500.

Revisions to background checks law on the way to Wolf's desk

1 hour 18 min ago

The Senate on Tuesday voted to amend House-passed legislation tweaking the background checks law to address concerns and confusion that have arisen since that law took effect on Dec. 31.


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Your Wednesday Briefing

24 min 39 sec ago
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

First Draft: Today in Politics: Clinton Trove Shows Fax Machine Confusion, but Little Fodder for Opponents

26 min 1 sec ago
The latest batch of Hillary Rodham Clinton emails contains no incriminating evidence that her opponents could use as large-scale attacks,

Russia Halts Gas Supply to Ukraine Amid Pricing Dispute

36 min 43 sec ago
The Russian gas company Gazprom halted supplies to neighboring Ukraine on Wednesday after the collapse of pricing talks, a company official said — but an EU official said both nations gave assurances the dispute would not affect the flow of Russian gas to Europe.

Tsipras Signals Greece May Accept Bailout Terms

36 min 55 sec ago
In a letter to the country’s creditors, the Greek prime minister said Athens was “prepared to accept” a deal with some modifications on contentious points like pension cuts and tax increases.

City Room: New York Today: Summer Lovin’

55 min 38 sec ago
Wednesday: Romantic tales, wet weather, and a good old-fashioned steak.