Police in Pennsylvania announced today that they’re beefing up patrols and targeting people who aren’t wearing a seat belt.
New evidence enabled police to determine that pledge Tim Piazza was given at least 18 drinks in less than 90 minutes.
The family of 35-year-old Janene Wallace claimed she was mistreated by guards and denied proper supervision and medical care.
When officers tracked it down, they initially thought they’d found a cheetah.
Police say Shuttlesworth appeared intoxicated and they later found out he drove to the school thinking it was Election Day.
Cpl. Seth Kelly, 39, remained hospitalized in critical condition.
Born and raised in the small town, the young leader knows what issues he plans to address.
A western Pennsylvania school board has a new, openly transgender member.
The corporal is being treated at a hospital for “multiple gunshot wounds.”
PetSmart says it’s “truly saddened” by the incident.
State officials say the 21-year-old victim was “lured from California, held against her will and forced into prostitution.”
Bartkowiak said she was shocked, since she’s an OB-GYN who treats women exclusively.
Police say they found the mother passed out on a couch with a syringe and spoon nearby, while the tub overflowed with water.
He paid back the money, but his bail was rescinded due to the new theft charge.
It makes Pennsylvania the first state to allow online play for both commercial casinos and its state lottery.
Casino license fees and taxes on gambling losses will go to the state’s main bank account, property tax rebates, and local government treasu…
Harrisburg University is offering 15 full athletic scholarships starting in fall 2018.
On Saturday, an SUV collided head-on with a bus carrying high school football players.
The coroner’s office identified the SUV driver killed as 23-year-old Jasmine McCarter of York.
She will serve up to 5 years in prison for beating, kicking and strangling her daughter, 13, because she couldn’t recite Bible verses.
U.S. Marshals said publicity made it so Gurto had nowhere to run.
Prosecutors say painkillers were given out without an examination or testing and not for legitimate medical purposes.