Experts believe that the longer medicines stay in the home, the greater the risk of misuse and abuse.
Two police officers revived a pregnant woman who overdosed twice within 45 minutes.
Beaver County jurors deliberated for nearly nine hours before convicting 29-year-old Earl Hollins of attempted homicide.
Friday’s plea deal comes a week before Jeffrey Sandusky’s scheduled trial on 14 counts including solicitation of statutory sexual assault.
Last year, the boxes were only used 772 times.
The new landside building will be next to the airside terminal, eliminating the need for the subway that takes passengers to the terminal.
The Pittsburgh woman told police God made her do it.
The man said, “If someone pays me enough money, I will kill the vice president.”
Visitors to a Pennsylvania zoo and its beer festival took refuge in buildings after a bobcat escaped.
Vice President Mike Pence will be in southern PA Monday to remember the people killed on United Flight 93.
The chemical ended up in the children’s cups of apple juice.
Dent is a senior member of the Appropriations Committee.
Volunteers must 18 years old and able to deploy for at least two weeks.
A girl says she and her friends are behind the red balloons found tied to sewer grates in a small Pennsylvania town, not a homicidal clown.
The red balloon is the calling card of Pennywise, the child eating clown form the IT movie.
An official said the younger boy put the car into reverse because he was eager to go to Chuck E. Cheese.
Authorities say 22-year-old Jenna Burleigh went missing Thursday morning near the school campus.
Philadelphia police say the body of a missing Temple University student has been found and a man will be charged in her death.
Authorities said he aimed a .45-caliber pistol at the television in the Kensington home’s bedroom in April 2016 and the weapon discharged.
The employee was paid close to $14,000 from people with falsified documents for driver’s licenses.
The Red Cross reported that 32,000 Texans spent Tuesday night in one of more than 230 shelters.
The FirstEnergy spokeswoman said the workers were performing maintenance in an underground enclosure when the incident occurred.