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Pennsylvania Turnpike project to get foreign cash – WTAE Pittsburgh

WTAE PittsburghPennsylvania Turnpike project to get foreign cashWTAE PittsburghPHILADELPHIA —Agents for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission have begun signing up Chinese investors who are promised permanent residency under a U.S. law in exchange for loaning money to help finance a major project to connect between the ...Chinese investors sign up to fund I-95-Pa. Turnpike linkPhilly.comall 24 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania Bio CEO: Shire move a wake-up call – Philadelphia Business Journal (blog)

Philadelphia Business Journal (blog)Pennsylvania Bio CEO: Shire move a wake-up callPhiladelphia Business Journal (blog)Pennsylvania Bio President and CEO Chris Molineaux views Wednesday's news that Shire (NASDAQ; SHPG) is moving its U.S. headquarters— along with more than 500 employees — from Chester County to Lexington, Mass, as a wake-up call for ... Continue reading

Health care lags for women in Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Health care lags for women in PennsylvaniaPittsburgh Post GazetteWomen across Pennsylvania are doing everything we can to support our families, but the deck is stacked against us — especially when it comes to getting the health care we need to lead healthy, prosperous lives. The newly released 2014 Women's Health ... Continue reading

Eric Frein Was Dedicated to Killing Cops: Pennsylvania Police – NBCNews.com

Eric Frein Was Dedicated to Killing Cops: Pennsylvania PoliceNBCNews.comAfter a 48-day manhunt, suspected cop killer Eric Frein was captured Thursday in Pennsylvania and carted away in handcuffs used by a state trooper he is alleged to have killed. Prosecutors said they would seek the death penalty. Col. Frank Noonan ... Continue reading

Over 100 In Pennsylvania Being Watched For Ebola – CBS Local

CBS LocalOver 100 In Pennsylvania Being Watched For EbolaCBS LocalTravelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and New Guinea who come to Pennsylvania are being asked to track body temperatures and symptoms, and to check in with officials twice a day for three weeks. Tysarczyk says the department is in touch with each person ...and more » Continue reading