The Senate passed a non-binding resolution Monday to put it on the Nov. 8 general election ballot, rather than the April 26 primary election…
The bill would let patients who suffer from a list of ailments obtain marijuana for therapeutic purposes.
Martha Berkstresser said her “mind was going 24 miles an hour” after Clarence Briggs pulled a gun on her and a co-worker.
Prosecutors say surveillance video contradicts their allegation that Rivera attacked them.
Officials said the officer intervened as the suspect was robbing another man, and fired when the suspect allegedly pointed a gun at him.
Police said investigators found 10 empty cans of the keyboard cleaner in the trash.
Chappell was arraigned Friday in Westmoreland County on charges of having sexual contact with a student.
A motorist who stopped says Shaulis claimed he was a trooper with the “drug and alcohol division” and demanded to see her identification.
The Democratic governor said Friday the House bill is unconstitutional and would give the state the most restrictive abortion regulations in…
A grand jury indicted 76-year-old Albert Fisher, of Quakertown, on Thursday on charges including wire fraud and conspiracy.
Gov. Tom Wolf signed the executive order Thursday.
Michael Hawkins is charged with rape in two separate incidents.
Vet releases abandoned horse found shot more than 100 times with paintballs.
U.S. Steel says it is cutting 25 percent of its non-union workforce in North America, or roughly 750 jobs.
The blaze destroyed two homes and caused exterior damage to three others.
An Amtrak passenger train was going 106 miles per hour in a 110 mph zone when it struck a backhoe sitting on the same track.
Police say Price Montgomery is the shooter who killed Tina Montgomery, a Pittsburgh woman cooperating in a money laundering investigation.
There was a crowd of 39,500 at Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals, a standing-room only sellout.
Train 89 was heading from New York to Georgia, when it hit the equipment that was on the track in Chester, Pa., officials said.
The statute of limitations has lapsed on criminal racketeering charges.