My name is Dr. Roy Guerrero. I am a board certified Pediatrician and I was present at Uvalde Memorial Hospital the day of the massacre on May 24, 2022 at Robb Elementary school.
The state House Judiciary Committee sent four bills, including a proposed ban on assault weapons, to the chamber’s Local Government Committee, which brings them no closer to becoming law.
We know buzzed driving is drunk driving, but what about driving high? The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is spreading the word that it’s illegal to drive while impaired by any substance, including drugs. This Fourth of July, state and local law enforcement in Indiana County are participating in the If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. Drive High, Get a DUI. campaign.
Going for a bike ride is a fun yet potentially risky way to exercise outdoors. While it benefits you physically, it’s important to remember to stay cautious as falls and collisions with pedestrians or automobiles have the ability to cause significant injuries.
Summer means it’s CAMP TIME at The #SalvationArmy Camp Ladore in the Poconos! July 25 thru 29, Kids ages 7-16 can enjoy the ultimate camping experience boating, field trips, high ropes challenge course, arts and crafts, and more – all in the backdrop of the mountains surrounded by a 265-acre lake.
The U.S. economy is a hot topic in the 2022 midterm election. Candidates, analysts, and voters all seem to agree that the economy will be a deciding factor.
Harrisburg, PA -- Governor Tom Wolf today signed into law legislation that improves nursing license requirements to support trained individuals who want to enter the nursing profession in Pennsylvania.
The system of government used in Pennsylvania resembles the federal government. The document that outlines how Pennsylvania's state government works is called a constitution.
In a statement on his Facebook page Wednesday, State Rep. Russ Diamond announced he was diagnosed with "a treatable form of prostate cancer."
HARRISBURG – Continuing to lead the way on regulatory reform and getting government out of the way, House Republicans on Tuesday highlighted their latest effort to cut red tape in the form of a package of bills that would empower local governments to better maintain their creeks and streams to protect lives and livelihoods from flooding.