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.
An agency analysis found 544 ballots cast out of more than 93 million ballots from 2000 through 2017.
A bank customer in Pennsylvania is being called a hero for stepping up and stopping a robbery.
Williamsport resident Eila Campbell says she figured she might not “make it for another year” at her age.
Police say the man “brutally assaulted” the 64-year-old, put him in the trunk of the car and got behind the wheel.
Senior advisor, and President Donald Trump’s daughter, was in Pennsylvania Monday to talk about expanding the child tax credit.
The 25-year-old was arraigned Friday on charges including heroin delivery and endangering the welfare of children.
Police have filed new and unrelated rape charges against the man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend.
The online tool lets drivers know when a truck last plowed a road.
The monthly payments would normally be scheduled to go out Friday.
The man is accused of having shot his daughter’s boyfriend in the groin after an argument at a motel.
As part of his sentence, he will be barred from working in law enforcement for the rest of his life.
Police say the man was drinking before he dreamed his wife was unfaithful, then woke up and began punching and choking her.
The FBI has charged two women with trying to rob a bank in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains while dressed as nuns.
The girl told police the man exposed his genitals, then told her, “Sorry, I have a problem,” before running away.
Police have been searching for three teens involved in a shooting that caught an innocent 65-year-old grandmother in the crossfire.
Pakistani officials say an American family have left Pakistan after being rescued from a Taliban-linked group.
The Pennsylvania Treasury is extending a five-day, $700 million credit line to tide over the state’s deficit.
The brothers created a shell company to inflate prices charged to the U.S. Department of Defense.
The law gives the terminally ill patients an avenue to try experimental treatments that aren’t fully approved by the federal government.
The state is getting yet another extension to comply with a federal law that requires driver’s licenses meet anti-terrorism standards.