The state’s medical marijuana law, which permits patients to take the medicine in several forms, was enacted last year.
A fire chief says 3,600 chicks have been killed in a chicken house fire at a south-central Pennsylvania farm.
A state law that becomes official on Tuesday will let distributors sell any quantity of bottles of beer.
Stores that are normally scheduled to be open on Mondays will be open on the holidays.
A Pennsylvania man has been convicted of first-degree murder in the death of a man whose body was later found in a West Virginia river.
He was convicted of second-degree murder. The woman he robbed had a heart attack the night of the incident and later died.
Several Pennsylvania prisons are in danger of closing, including one in Mercer.
Sara Packer and her boyfriend are charged with killing the girl in their home before Packer reported her missing in July.
A college student is facing several charges after he allegedly stripped naked and entered a girls’ campus dormitory.
The 317,000-square-foot plant in a Pittsburgh suburb could start operations in six to nine months.
The Pennsylvania State Police is no longer subjecting recruits to lie-detector tests.
Police said surveillance cameras captured images of the man kicking the sides of cars and jumping on their side-view mirrors.
Mercer County State Representative Tedd Nesbit worries it might be a snap decision.
The officer said Joey Porter grabbed him by the wrist after he went to break up a fight between Porter and a bouncer.
Reports said the boy’s foot was dragged into a gap between the step he was standing on and the edge of the escalator.
Officials say 14-year-old Grace Packer was beaten, was raped as her mother watched, was poisoned and hours later was strangled.
The Philadelphia Water Department says a water main break caused a sinkhole large enough to swallow two cars.
A man allegedly bound then killed another man in a Pennsylvania motel then took a cellphone video of the bloody victim.
The incident happened just hours after the Steelers defeated the Dolphins 30-12 on Sunday.
In addition to excelling the on the soccer field, Hannah Milbert, a sophomore, was an honor student and a Girl Scout.