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Estudiante brasileño de Penn State reacciona a nueva regla migratoria, enfrenta un futuro incierto

Estudiantes internacionales están tratando de comprender como las nuevas regulaciones de las visas estudiantiles les pueden impactar, más allá del semestre que viene.
By Alanna Elder

Are gas royalty owners buyers or sellers? In a court fight over royalties, the answer to that question could make all the difference to landowners

The state attorney general’s office says when someone sells drilling rights to a company, they should be covered under the consumer protection law. Drillers in the lawsuit argue the landowners aren’t buying anything — so they’re not protected consumers.

By Rachel McDevitt

‘It lifts our spirits:’ Philly area celebrates Easter with bagpipes, wearing PJs in parking lots

St. Martin-in-the-Fields opted to offer Easter worship services online, but it also wanted to do something to help the neighborhood celebrate the day in person.
By Peter Crimmins/WHYY

Food bank use in Pa. triples amid coronavirus unemployment

“This new Emergency Food Hub is a game changer for us."
By Steve Marroni/PennLive

Federal prosecutors investigating pipeline company in connection with Beaver County blast

U.S. Attorney in Pittsburgh issued subpoenas to Energy Transfer
By Reid Frazier

Could Pennsylvania’s 43K new citizens make the difference in 2020 election?

“Similar to the national story, [the growth of immigrants in Pa.] is really in suburbs."
By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

Kobe Bryant’s basketball roots in Philly might run deeper than you realize

"He was a kid who was upset when practice was canceled. He was a kid who had a vision of what he wanted in his life."
By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads

Trump administration rescinds protections for streams and wetlands

Industry sought rule change, but EPA's own scientific advisers said it had "no scientific justification"
By Reid Frazier

She was shot by a stranger in Chester County. She thinks a red flag law might have prevented it.

Gun removal laws take effect in three states next month. But those efforts have stalled in Pennsylvania.
By Ed Mahon and Katie Meyer