U.S. Senate candidate Joe Sestak began the final mile of the 422-mile journey on Saturday in Beaver County near the Ohio line.
A Beaver County bride is found guilty of shooting her niece after an argument shortly after a wedding ceremony.
Authorities say the 37-year-old Irwin resident sold 45 bags of heroin to a confidential informant for $300.
A jury convicted Selenski last month of two counts of first-degree murder.
Teachers filed a grievance saying the contract requires the district to provide “lavatory facilities exclusively for employees.”
The infant had several injuries including two skull fractures and a broken femur.
None of the students on board were hurt, but the driver was hospitalized for evaluation.
The Penn State chapter of Kappa Delta Rho has been suspended for a year
Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl.
A New Castle boy was flown to the hospital Saturday after a medical device was removed from his body.
Issue not a health threat.
Police Chief Steven Junkin says he’ll do everything in his power to ensure Brown doesn’t wear the state police uniform.
A critically burned homeless man ran down a Pittsburgh street covered in flames.
The chancellor for Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities says he can’t make any promises about freezing tuition rates.
Junkin says Col. Marcus Brown allegedly removed the signs from along a roadway near his suburban Harrisburg neighborhood Wednesday morning.
Family attorney Brian Mildenberg said he believes Brandon Tate-Brown’s civil rights were violated.
The bus was transporting senior citizens and people with disabilities in Butler, about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh.
Some students could be expelled over the Facebook posting of nude photos.
A former Philadelphia police officer has lost his civil-rights trial but was still awarded $20,000.
The program will target the trafficking of guns and drugs, which often go hand-in-hand.