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…
A judge sentenced 18-year-old Tarod Thornhill on Thursday over the February 2015 shooting.
Mercer County’s prison was among five prisons being considered for closure.
Prosecutors say she used the money to buy items, including dozens of Louis Vuitton handbags, a yacht, and 19 fur coats.
Police said Joey Porter scuffled with a bouncer who denied him admission to a bar and then assaulted an officer.
The plans were announced Tuesday for the seven-story, 221-room hotel.
The post stated, “Make America Great Again” with a “clean head shot.”
The ear was recovered by police in the apartment where the fight occurred.
Engineers will need at least two weeks to get a handle on the repairs required.
Officers went to the home in Larimer, near Pittsburgh, just before 4 a.m. Sunday.
A federal judge sentenced the businesses to three years on probation and ordered them to pay $500,000.
The child’s teachers contacted police after noticing he was lethargic and could not pay attention.
The Pennsylvania governor touted his accomplishments and said he’s not a product of the political system.
A state legislative fix could be needed to avoid widespread problems for travelers next year.
Bill Kaper, the general manager of the office, says space will be dedicated to machine translation and web services.
Police say the suspect attacked, choked and threatened to kill his wife until his daughter intervened.
The suburban mall is now valued at just $11 million and slightly more than half occupied.
The boy’s 11-year-old sister fired the bullet at a shooting range in State College, Pennsylvania.