A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to at least two months in jail for posing his 6-month-old daughter with a handgun.
Philadelphia’s police commissioner says nine officers fired a total of 109 shots at a man who went on a stabbing rampage.
Union president Hank McKay says the workers decided to return after recent progress on a new contract.
Wolf is seeking passage of bills to require prescribers to check a prescription drug monitoring database and limit opioid prescriptions.
The course called Trump allows students to meet to analyze the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign.
The companies’ experimental licenses will expire soon.
Police say the man killed his elderly mother and stepfather, then wrapped their body parts in plastic garbage bags.
The report says newborns hospitalized with substance abuse issues in 2015 were addicted to opioids 82 percent of the time.
The child’s mother said in a statement read by the prosecutor Kernechel is “a monster who abused a child with special needs.”
According to the report, the on duty Johnstown police officer had to be revived with Narcan.
The Pennsylvania State Police and others are encouraging caution amid a rash of public complaints and social media reports.
Police say the driver purposely hit a crossing guard after she yelled at him for almost striking a child with his car.
A school superintendent near Pittsburgh has an issue with a former lunch lady who accused the school of “lunch shaming.”
The man boxed up a woman’s four ferrets and tossed them into the Susquehanna River in July 2015.
Police believe the suspect may have been injured because a trail of blood led to wooded area off Baltimore Avenue in Philadelphia.
Police confiscated various quantities of heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and prescription pills, among other drugs.
The 50-year-old Wilkens was found with cocaine and two Hello Kitty girls’ socks in his pockets.
A 23-year-old woman was behind the wheel of the minivan when it “somehow went forward” and struck the child.
Authorities allege that she told an Islamic State group fighter that taking part in a martyrdom operation “would be amazing.”
The affected waffles were sold in 25 states, including Ohio and Pennsylvania.