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Zika virus outbreak 2016

Pennsylvania health officials confirms 2 cases of Zika virus in state; both people had traveled abroad, officials say - NBC Philadelphia

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Zika virus outbreak 2016

Pennsylvania Dept. of Health says 5 test negative for Zika, 14 results pending for people who traveled abroad to virus-affect regions - WTAE

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane investigation

Pennsylvania Senate to move forward with removal of Attorney General Kathleen Kane - Penn Live

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Pennsylvania, US

Western PA Humane Society director quits amid collie controversy https://t.co/zlER9gUxsP #breaking - @WTAE

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Pennsylvania, US

Pennsylvania Supreme Court refuses to reinstate Attorney General Kathleen Kane's law license https://t.co/eTCeWUA6Nc #breaking - @WTAE

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane investigation

Pennsylvania Supreme Court refuses to reinstate Attorney General Kathleen Kane's law license - AP

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2016 US elections

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., to endorse GOP candidate Marco Rubio, sources say - Washington Examiner

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Lancaster County, PA

#BREAKING: A cow is loose on Pa. Turnpike after truck fire; traffic snarled https://t.co/XYs5hCeIIQ - @PennLive

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Rep. Chaka Fattah corruption case

Pennsylvania Rep. Chaka Fattah's son sentenced to 5 years in prison for bank and tax fraud - NBC Philadelphia

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Georgia, US

Editor's note: Animal prognosticators Punxsutawney Phil of Pennsylvania, General Beauregard Lee of Georgia and Staten Island Chuck of New York City all fail to see their shadow this Groundhog Day in an unanimous prediction for an early spring this season. - Shelley

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Groundhog Day

Upcoming: It's Groundhog Day and there are numerous animals prognosticating how long winter will last but today we'll be favoring Pennsylvania groundhog-in-chief Punxsutawney Phil of Gobbler's Knob. We may also follow up with General Beauregard Lee of Georgia who, legend says, is more accurate than his cousin. We'll let you know.

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Pennsylvania, US

National Weather Service issues flood watch for counties in central PA from Wed. afternoon to Thurs. afternoon - @barbmiller

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Theranos

Theranos stops drawing blood from patients at Capital BlueCross retail store in Enola, Penn., following report on risk to patient safety - Wall Street Journal

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Pennsylvania, US

#BREAKING: Judge denies motion by Chaka Fattah's lawyers to leave the case. https://t.co/UhuBLqZxQe - @FOX29philly

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Supreme Court of the United States

US Supreme Court rejects Pennsylvania inmate's appeal to outlaw death penalty - AP

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Pennsylvania, US

#BREAKING: All lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike have now reopened. https://t.co/3J1rInGGnS - @CBSPittsburgh

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Pennsylvania, US

RT @PeteWGAL: #Breaking: CEO of PA Turnpike Commission says it will do "an extensive review" of #Turnpike situation & why drivers were stra… - @WGAL

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Turnpike Commission CEO: Pennsylvania Turnpike to be open by mid-afternoon on Sunday - WTAE

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

19 fatalities linked to East Coast blizzard: 6 in North Carolina, 5 in New York, 2 in Tennessee, 2 in Kentucky, 1 in Virginia, 1 in Pennsylvania, 1 in Arkansas, and 1 in Washington, DC - NBC News

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US East Coast blizzard, January 2016

Editor's note: While snowfall from the blizzard impacting the U.S. East Coast has decreased, a final band of snow is expected to impact New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Northeastern Maryland until shortly after midnight ET, the National Weather Service reports. Flooding in New Jersey and Delaware remains a problem as high tide approaches. Most travel bans in the region are expected to expire around mid-Sunday morning. Air travel in the region will continue to be impacted Sunday as many flights have cancelled and Washington, DC's Regan and Dulles airports are expected to remain closed for snow removal. - Jimmy

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