COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

The latest on COVID-19 in Pa.: 69,417 confirmed cases in 67 counties

Our maps and graphs tracking the spread of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania are updated every day at around 12 p.m., 7 days a week, with new state data.

Gov. Tom Wolf endorses Joe Biden for president

The move by Wolf, a popular governor, emphasizes Pennsylvania's outsized role in the Democrats' 2020 strategy for recapturing the White House.

Community of College of Philly plans to hold online classes this fall

The college also will continue to expand CCP Cares, an online initiative that connect students with resources they need to stay on track with their studies.

The 5(ish) Tweets that sum up a most unusual budget season | Wednesday Morning...

Working into the night on Tuesday, the Legislature advanced a $25 billion budget that will provide five months' worth of funding to help see the state cope with the economic devastation dealt by the COVID-19 pandemic.

We need to get creative to protect nursing home residents during a pandemic. Here’s...

Pennsylvania nursing homes were the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to apply the lessons of that canary in the coalmine experience.

Allegheny County is dramatically reducing its polling places over COVID-19 safety concerns

How do you balance public safety and public health against a freely functioning democracy? Allegheny County is finding out firsthand.

Philly lawmakers provide masks, gloves to fight COVID-19

The legislators delivered supplies to a total of 130 residents at Paschall Senior Apartments and the Hardy Williams Veterans Housing Center.

Pa.’s community college have a crucial role to play in emerging from COVID-19 |...

Community colleges are flexible and agile institutions, designed to respond quickly to state, regional and local needs. That will be key.

Pa. state House passes stopgap budget measure in close vote, sending it to Senate

Like in an old western standoff, masked lawmakers stared each down across the half-empty benches of the Pennsylvania House floor Tuesday evening, as the chamber voted on a temporary, $25 billion budget that aims to buy the state time to triage the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Search the list: The Pa. businesses that sought waivers from Wolf’s shutdown order

The Wolf administration began releasing the names of those businesses this month, facing mounting public pressure to make the information available.