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    1. A bell tolled the fate of a gunman after a jury on Wednesday condemned him to die for shooting two Pennsylvania troopers at their barracks in a late-night ambush, killing one and leaving ...

    2. A bell tolled the fate of a gunman after a jury on Wednesday condemned him to die for shooting two Pennsylvania troopers at their barracks in a late-night ambush, killing one and leaving ...

    3. MILFORD, Pa. — A bell tolled the fate of a gunman after a jury on Wednesday condemned him to die for shooting two Pennsylvania troopers at their barracks in a late-night ambush, killing ...

    4. A bell tolled the fate of a gunman after a jury on Wednesday condemned him to die for shooting two Pennsylvania troopers at their barracks in a late-night ambush, killing one and leaving ...

    5. Should current Pennsylvania utility customers pay the cost to extend gas service to their neighbors? The state House Consumer Affairs Committee on Wednesday ventured into that minefield ...

    6. Jury sentences ambush killer to death in Pennsylvania

      Associated Press via Yahoo News2 hours ago

      (AP) -- A bell tolled the fate of a gunman after a jury on Wednesday condemned him to die for shooting two Pennsylvania troopers at their barracks in a late-night ambush, killing one ...

    7. MILFORD, Pa. — A bell tolled the fate of a gunman after a jury on Wednesday condemned him to die for shooting two Pennsylvania troopers at their barracks in a late-night ambush, killing ...

    8. PITTSBURGH, April 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania has announced that it has posted a financial terms dictionary for use free of charge. As part of ...

    9. Editorials From Around Pennsylvania

      US News & World Report21 hours ago

      Northeast Pennsylvania, where smoke from residential and industrial coal fires once was thick in the air, generally has scored well in the most recent air quality assessment by the nonprofit ...

    10. When Pennsylvania House Rep. Brian Sims (D-PA) woke up Wednesday morning, he followed his usual morning routine: checking the news, and then deleting the hate speech left on his Facebook ...

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