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Wolf unseats unpopular Corbett

November 5, 2014 HARRISBURG — Democrat Tom Wolf, who gave $10 million of his own money to underwrite an early TV ad campaign that endeared the businessman and first-time candidate to voters, unseated Go. more »»

City voters approve home rule

November 5, 2014 In Pennsylvania, home rule charter initiatives usually fail. more »»

Fleck loses re-election bid

November 5, 2014 HUNTINGDON — In a defeat almost certain to reverberate nationwide, four-term state Rep. more »»

Plant’s future unclear

November 5, 2014 The fate of a local manufacturer remains in doubt. Officials of Highland Heights, Ky. more »»

Ward wins bid to fill seat of retiring Stern

November 5, 2014 Republican Judy Ward of Hollidaysburg will become the first female state representative in Blair County’s history after winning the 80th District seat held for the past 22 years by Jerry Stern of... more »»

Burns sticks with campaign plan, wins another term

November 5, 2014 Despite a promising showing in the primary, Republican challenger and first-time candidate Philip Rice failed to oust three-term state Rep. Frank Burns, D-Johnstown. more »»

Shuster fends off challenger to retain seat for eighth term

November 5, 2014 U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster was with supporters Tuesday night as the news came that he’d enter his eighth term representing the 9th Congressional District. more »»

Longtime rep. reclaims seat

November 5, 2014 Longtime Rep. Glenn GT Thompson reclaimed his seat in Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District Tuesday night, according to unofficial election dat. more »»

Incumbent holds off opponent

November 5, 2014 Incumbent Keith Rothfus retained his seat in the state’s 12th Congressional District Tuesday night, according to unofficial results. more »»

Incumbent holds off opponent

November 5, 2014 Incumbent Keith Rothfus retained his seat in the state’s 12th Congressional District Tuesday night, according to unofficial results. more »»

Wolf’s win offers hope for some residents

November 5, 2014 Tom Wolf’s election as Pennsylvania’s governor offers hope for a better future, local voters said Tuesday. more »»

Exit poll: Corbett lost support with all groups

November 5, 2014 Democrat Tom Wolf made a strong showing in Pennsylvania, easily beating Republican Gov. Tom Corbett to become the state’s next chief executive. more »»

Republicans see expanded margins

November 5, 2014 HARRISBURG (AP) — Republicans in the Pennsylvania Legislature scored an impressive election win Tuesday, building on existing margins in both chambers by taking open seats, protecting their... more »»

Contentious campaign ends with Stefano win

November 5, 2014 Republican Patrick J. Stefano defeated Democrat Deberah L. Kula in the 32nd state Senate race that featured a blizzard of negative advertisements on local television station. more »»

Police arrest 9 in Blair County drug raid

November 4, 2014 Police hit the streets of Blair County on Monday morning to round up 13 people accused of selling heroin and drugs used to treat opiate addiction such as Suboxone and methadon. more »»

Election Night 2014 results

November 4, 2014 Final results for all precincts are in. Please remember that all results are unofficial until they are certified by the Board of Elections. more »»

Exit poll: Corbett lost support among all groups

November 4, 2014 Republican Gov. Tom Corbett lost support across the board in seeking a second term, preliminary exit poll results showed Tuesday. more »»

Police: Man stole car from pastor

November 4, 2014 EVERETT — A Breezewood man is in jail on $250,000 bond after allegedly stealing a pastor’s car at gunpoint from a church parking lot on Saturday. more »»

Corbett, Wolf cross state in final-day campaigning

November 4, 2014 LITITZ — Democrat Tom Wolf and Republican Gov. more »»

Dottie Sandusky defends husband again

November 4, 2014 HARRISBURG — Jerry Sandusky’s wife is defending her husband again, this time in a written piece provided to a Harrisburg news organization. Dottie Sandusky claimed in the posting Monday on Pennlive. more »»

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