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Tens of millions of people braced Monday for howling winds, torrential downpours and storm surges that authorities warned could bring devastation unlike anything they've seen. Hurricane Sandy could affect as many as 60 million people. "This is the...
There are things that make California more attractive, in some ways, than Pennsylvania. There is Yosemite, of course, and it's nice to have either an In-N-Out or a sushi joint on just about every block in some areas, such as the San Fernando Valley....
Q: At the Pennsylvania Farm Show the other week, while picking up my complimentary state map, I also grabbed a flier about the PA Yellow Dot Program. Seems like a decent idea, but I've never seen a yellow dot on a car. Is this a new program? What's your...
Beginning Saturday, it's fall turkey hunting time in most of Pennsylvania, with the important exception of Wildlife Management Unit 5C, which includes most of The Morning Call area. The state game commission noted that reproduction is not at its best...
Tags: Hunting, Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure, Orefield, Halloween
Movies can have a tremendous impact on society, if they're skillfully made. "Triumph of the Will" was a stunning documentary that helped Adolf Hitler consolidate power. "An Inconvenient Truth," a documentary about former Vice President Al Gore's...
A Pennsylvania judge ruled Tuesday that state officials cannot enforce a new voter identification law in next month's presidential election. The ruling by Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson is expected to be appealed. Supporters argue that the...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Court Preliminary, Laws, Lawyers, Interior Policy
The late Air Force Gen. Curtis LeMay once famously proclaimed, "We should bomb Vietnam back into the Stone Age." He'll never say it quite so colorfully, but I would argue that Gov. Tom Corbett is engaged in bombing public education in Pennsylvania into...
I got a call Tuesday from a guy who thought my column that day about former Allentown Mayor Roy Afflerbach was "insulting" to readers. He wondered where I was when Afflerbach was seeking election. I called him back to explain that I wrote before Roy...
Q: Regarding the Aug. 2 Morning Call article about vehicles fueled by natural gas, maybe I've been missing something, but how do users of alternatively powered vehicles pay road-use taxes equivalent to the state and federal gasoline taxes the rest of us...
If you've ever built a snowman, you know that it typically starts small and then grows as you roll it through fresh snow. Before you know it, you have a giant base. It's been like that with my recent push for strengthened early childhood education as a...
Just when things were looking up for state reforms aimed at rambunctious litigation, along comes a controversial new lawsuit, filed by one of the newest members of the Pennsylvania Legislature. State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna County, sworn into...
There was happy news this past week for people concerned about what Marcellus Shale gas drilling might be doing to Pennsylvania's water. "DEP proposes stronger rules for regulating shale industry," said a headline in Tuesday's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette....
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