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Invoking cops and the economy, Biden and Pence compete for Pa.’s swing voters

The efforts by both campaigns showcase Pennsylvania's important role in November's election.
By Katie Meyer/WHYY

My doctor is back in the office. Is it safe to reschedule my appointment?

Doctors in the region say they’re worried about the consequences of postponing appointments for several months.

By Zoë Read/WHYY

‘Stuck again’: Philly’s restaurant owners scramble to respond to indoor dining delay

By Friday, every county in Pennsylvania will technically be in the “green” phase of reopening, which allows for indoor dining at 50% capacity, though local officials are allowed to impose more restrictive regulations.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

‘They’re peaceful’: Pa. State Police release dashcam video from I-676 protest tear-gassing

The footage does not appear to otherwise corroborate accounts of violence circulated by Mayor Jim Kenney’s office in justification of the tear-gassing.
By Ryan Briggs/WHYY

South Philly police captain removed after Columbus statue protests, amid larger shakeup

PPD Capt. Louis Campione was caught on camera arguing with a man taping the protests and drew criticism over other videos showing a group of armed neighbors assaulting protestors.

By Ryan Briggs/WHYY and Max Marin/WHYY

Philadelphia mayor initiates process to consider removal of Columbus statue as clash gets violent

The move comes after three days of tense standoffs which erupted in violence again Monday between the group and some counter-protesters.
By Katie Meyer/WHYY and Peter Crimmins/WHYY

Philly will hire consultant to investigate police response to recent protests

Philadelphia will hire an independent consultant to investigate the city’s response to more than two weeks of protests against police brutality.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

What was the National Guard doing in Philadelphia, anyway?

A Q&A with Brigadier General David Wood, who oversees all domestic response missions as the Director of the Joint Staff for the Pennsylvania National Guard.

By Rachel McDevitt

‘I want to be able to heal’: Kensington residents begin yet another recovery

Pastor Adan Mairena says it’s one thing after the other for Kensington residents, who have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus.

By Catalina Jaramillo
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