The school has since been closed indefinitely for unrelated problems with E. coli in the wells.
State College police found Piazza unconscious on a couch on the main floor Friday.
Police believe the driver may have forgotten to put the vehicle in park.
The bill would ban elective abortions after 20 weeks from the last menstrual period, compared with 24 weeks in current law.
The proposal will be in the Pennsylvania governor’s $32 billion-plus budget plan he’s releasing Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is bracing itself for changes spurred by financial troubles.
Police say the young girl was approached by an unidentified man who stole $50 in cash and then took off.
The national report claims the two states have the most positive lab test results for the drug, most of which is coming from China.
The mother told police she ran after the vehicle, screaming and banging on the window until it sped off.
The University of Pennsylvania student learned that baby Talia had a serious disease that could be fatal if she didn’t receive a transplant.
A 15-year-old girl who overdosed got sick Wednesday, prompting the police investigation.
Police in Pennsylvania say a woman fought back and escaped an armed robber during her overnight shift at a laundromat.
The charges stem from a December incident involving a 9-year-old child.
Members of Punxsutawney Phil’s top hat-wearing inner circle revealed their “forecast” at sunrise Thursday.
Investigators said the 2-year-old’s parents, now charged in the girl’s death, do not believe in medical treatment.
A water treatment problem in Pittsburgh has led to the closure of nearly two dozen schools and a boil-water order.
The professor was found dead two days before he was scheduled to begin serving a prison term on child pornography charges.
Two Syrian families can’t return to the United States after their visas were canceled at Philadelphia International Airport.
Jurors convicted 29-year-old Quadir Taylor of second-degree murder earlier this month as well as robbery and burglary.
A Senate committee advanced legislation that would kill Philadelphia’s sick-leave law and withhold state grant dollars from sanctuary cities…