Auditors will conduct the Game Commission’s first performance audit in nearly a decade.
The company said the new jobs will be in fields such as machine translation and speech science.
One Pennsylvania resident has been called to perform his civic duty a few years earlier than expected.
President Trump tweeted that Republicans should challenge the new map of Pennsylvania’s 18 congressional districts.
If it stands, the revised map is almost certain to improve Democrats’ chances in more seats this year.
State police say “numerous” parents and grandparents contacted police about a possible threat to Shade Junior-Senior High School.
Authorities say a 15-year-old boy trapped in a cave in Pennsylvania was rescued after a lengthy effort.
The 27-year-old catcher says he’s trying to move family members out of Venezuela, but the process isn’t easy.
Both the eastbound and westbound lanes of Interstate 80 between Exits 19 and 29 were closed for a half hour following a crash.
The EF-1 tornado knocked over trees and power lines and damaged homes.
Police say the dog’s ears were cut off, and its head and neck were covered with bite marks.
Another dispensary is expected to start sales Friday in Pittsburgh.
The Senate majority leader said unless the Supreme Court grants an extension, a new map will not be able to be agreed upon by the Thursday d…
Ten dispensaries and 10 growers have been approved to operate, and more than 17,000 patients have registered to participate.
It has been canceled in light of the high school shooting in Florida on Wednesday.
The Legislature’s two top-ranking Republicans unveiled their proposed map late Friday.
Chief Roger Gilbert Jr. pleaded guilty in 2001 to sexual intercourse with a 4-year-old girl.
Lancaster police say the suspect pretended to be an employee before stealing an undisclosed amount in cash
The criminal case against the fraternity members is on hold while state prosecutors review the case.
The endangered species condoms are being distributed at the Carnegie Science Center’s Valentine’s event in Pittsburgh.
Democrats hope a new map in Pennsylvania will help them flip enough seats in Congress to retake the majority.
If they don’t, wrote Democratic Justice Debra Todd, the court will accept proposals from parties to the case and produce its own map.