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Pennsylvania tries a new initiative to curb illegal gun purchases

by Miles Bryan Sep 11, 2019
Operation LIPSTICK (Ladies Involved in Putting a Stop to Inner-City Killing), reaches out to women and teenage girls to warn them about the risks of making straw purchases — up to ten years in prison under federal law.
Dorothy Johnson-Speight holds a picture of her son, Khaaliq. He was fatally shot in Philadelphia in 2001 by a neighbor who was a convicted felon and should not have been able to own a gun.
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In Amish country, a planned casino raises the stakes

by Miles Bryan Jun 26, 2019
Some expect economic benefit from a casino in the works. Others question whether it will change the community.
The view from Paul Stoltzfus's family farm.
Miles Bryan/Marketplace

Pennsylvania weighs nuclear subsidies after Three Mile Island

by Miles Bryan May 20, 2019
The nuclear power plant will be "retired" at the end of September, but the state wants to support the four remaining plants.
Steam rises out of the nuclear plant on Three Mile Island  in Middletown, Pennsylvania on March 26, 2019.
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The rekindling of fire lookout towers

by Danielle Chiriguayo Oct 26, 2018
How one state is fighting wildfires.
A fire lookout tower in Pennsylvania.
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The rekindling of fire lookout towers

by Danielle Chiriguayo Oct 26, 2018
How one state is reinvesting in a century old method to fight wildfires.
A fire lookout tower in Pennsylvania.
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When an economy needs refugees

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Sep 19, 2018
Erie, Pennsylvania, strategically welcomed refugees when its population was shrinking. Now the White House is cutting their numbers.
Dylanna Jackson is a director of a resettlement program in Erie. 
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In Erie, social services are a lifeline

by Erika Beras Jul 26, 2018
New work requirements may change things for those who receive food and housing assistance in the Pennsylvania city.
Roberta Lubman, 66, regularly eats lunch at the Erie City Mission in downtown Erie. The free daily meal supplements what she receives from SNAP.
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How the energy boom shaped a small town in rural America

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Jun 12, 2018
About a decade ago, some in this country saw fracking as the solution to decades of economic decline. But others were determined to stop it.
A Consol Energy horizontal gas drilling rig explores the Marcellus Shale outside the town of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, in 2012.
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Some former coal towns turn to nature tourism as a new economic driver

by Julie Grant Feb 28, 2018
Tourism economy around natural beauty is starting to replace extractive industries in some former West Virginia and PA coal towns.
Cyclists cross a bridge over the Youghiogheny River, veering off the Great Allegheny Passage, to check out downtown West Newton.
Courtesy of Rick Armstrong
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Mayor eyes downtown development for Erie turnaround

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 21, 2018
There's a new mayor in Erie, Penn., for the first time in 12 years.
The Mayor wants Downtown Erie to become a place where millenials will live, walk to work and hang out on the waterfront.
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