Bucks County house reduced to rubble after an explosion

No injuries were reported in the blast in Buckingham Township.

Bucks County house reduced to rubble after an explosion

No injuries were reported in the blast in Buckingham Township.

How Pennsylvania teens are preparing to cast their first vote for president: ‘The boys mostly like Trump’

For people turning 18 in the months before a presidential election, and coming of age in a polarized social and political environment, registering with a political party is one of the first times they formally define identities they’ve been developing for years.

How Pennsylvania teens are preparing to cast their first vote for president: ‘The boys mostly like Trump’

For people turning 18 in the months before a presidential election, and coming of age in a polarized social and political environment, registering with a political party is one of the first times they formally define identities they’ve been developing for years.

‘They shot my baby’: Teen among dead as 7 killed, 12 shot in violent weekend in Philadelphia

The violence spanned neighborhoods across the city and was particularly acute Sunday, when 10 people were killed or injured in less than 10 hours, according to Philadelphia Police.

‘They shot my baby’: Teen among dead as 7 killed, 12 shot in violent weekend in Philadelphia

The violence spanned neighborhoods across the city and was particularly acute Sunday, when 10 people were killed or injured in less than 10 hours, according to Philadelphia Police.
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Former Bucks County employee pleads guilty to extortion scheme using courthouse stationery

Lynn Owens, 64, was sentenced to six months of probation for using courthouse letterhead to "send a message" to a woman who owed her boyfriend money.

Pennsylvania teen hunters charged with animal cruelty after attack on wounded deer posted on Snapchat

Along with potential prison terms, the charges against the teens come with “multiple years of hunting license revocation,” according to the state Game Commission.

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How the elements — and experience — helped our photographer capture the Philly snow squall

Learn the story behind the image and see the best work from Inquirer staff photographers every week.

Doggie Style Pets groomed 12-year-old Maltese pups, and one died. Then came the lawsuits.

Accidents and deaths at pet groomers are an ongoing problem at chains as Americans spend big bucks on their furry friends.

Daylin Leach was a #MeToo moment for Pennsylvania Democrats. But beating him won’t be easy.

The state senator is facing voters for the first time since allegations against him roiled progressives who had long seen Leach as a champion for women. But his detractors are still having trouble getting rid of him.

Many Pa. and N.J. schools no longer teach cursive. Are students missing out on a useful tool?

Some experts believe students need printing and cursive writing — not just keyboard strokes on a computer. Cursive develops fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, experts say, by stimulating brain activity, increasing writing speed, and improving retention and self-discipline.

How Pennsylvania ski resorts make fake snow to get by in warm winters like this one

The concept dates to the 1930s. It certainly has snowballed since.

Opinion

At funeral for former U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, a chilling portrait of our failure against cancer | Maria Panaritis

His mom, dad, grandparents and a sister all had cancer. How is this possible in America in 2020?

‘I’m going to kill all three of you’: Police release details in Frankford shooter standoff

Claude Fain's criminal record included 16 months in Graterford prison between 2013 and 2014 in connection with his probation in Rhode Island.

‘Wawa is pretty much dead to me’: Founding family accused of cheating former workers out of millions

Former Wawa workers say they were illegally forced to sell shares in an ESOP at a discount, so members of the founding Wood family could regain majority control of the fast-growing convenience-store chain.

NYC has flipped the idea of what a probation office should look like — and its vision seems to be working. Can Philly learn a thing or two?

“We’re trying to dispel some of the historical trauma that has been in place between probation, law enforcement, and the community,” one probation official said.

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Animals abound at Pennsylvania Farm Show

The farm show's junior livestock auction is the culmination of months of work by students across the state.

Preventing the next mass shooting: Secret Service is training hundreds of teachers, cops at Bucks high school

The training at Council Rock South High School was the first in the region since a report analyzing 41 incidents of targeted school violence nationally between 2008 and 2017. It also comes as the state has seen an increase in fighting in schools, and student feeling depressed or threatened.

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Pelosi sets Wednesday votes to send impeachment to Senate

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