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Harrisburg Sharks lose to Tri-State
McCoy says Jackson decision "Not up to him"
Cumberland Valley wins girls PIAA Class AAAA title
Neumann-Goretti beats Susquehanna Twp. for state title
Kyle Brady returns, speaks about leadership
Union loans Hernandez, McLaughlin to City Islanders
Chambersburg's Ryan named first-team All-America
Eppley assigned to Pirates minor league camp
Ghiardi, Neff lead Millersville to first home win
Stampede in awe of new home, GIANT Center
Stronger, faster Holmes ready for pro day
Big 33 names Colston honorary chair
'Strachan's Strays,' Bears team up to help pit bulls
Susquehanna Twp. advances to state final
Palmyra girls fall in semifinal, CV to play for title
Source: No City money used for City Islanders' new stadium
Adam Wilt captures Ice Breaker 30 at Lincoln
Lansanah, Gaskins provide important message to kids
Onyeaka dunks highlight Horizon's win
Kielty signs with Barnstormers
Fisher has successful surgery on broken wrist
Nash, Strong highlight UWE's event at Sports City
West Perry's 17 game win streak snapped in state quarterfinals
Nash, Styles part of UWE's biggest night ever
No place like home for Globetrotters' Franklin
Cumberland Valley ousts D3 rival Dover in PIAA girls' play
Off to final four: Susquehanna Twp. beats Mennonite
All-Star LHP Cody returning to Revs
Hershey girls win PIAA swim meet; Raab nets record
Buerger wins 500 free, but LaSalle boys claim PIAA title
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PA small businesses losing out due to internet sales tax loopholes
PA Turnpike Pay-to-Play defendants will go to trial
Kathleen Kane supports gay marriage
BARBRA STREISAND, STEVEN SPIELBERG AMONG THOSE GETTING TOP CIVILIAN HONOR
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama says people like Steven Spielberg and Barbra Streisand are "extraordinary people" who have contributed to "America's strength as a nation."
NATIONAL CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Miss Piggy goes to Washington -- but we're not talking politics.
Stocks slightly higher in midday trading
NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks are slightly higher in midday trading as markets start to wind down ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S.
IN THE NEWS: PHONE ENCRYPTION EXPANDING, TO FEDS' DISMAY
NEW YORK (AP) -- The positive news: the smartphone you are carrying around these days probably does a much better job of protecting your privacy, thanks to encryption.
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