The bill will not provide exceptions for rape, incest, or genetic abnormalities.
The measure would provide incentives for enrollees to get nursing care at home.
Ellwood City police say the man was identified as a nephew-in-law of the elderly homeowner through facial recognition and fingerprints.
The 72-year-old Republican served two terms as Pennsylvania’s governor, from 1995 to 2001.
Police said a truck driving in the opposite lanes kicked up the piece of debris.
PennDOT is encouraging people who want the identification with enhanced security features to get the required documents in plenty of time.
A tractor-trailer carrying Tito’s vodka overturned, spilling boxes of vodka bottles all over a Pennsylvania interstate.
The store said the chocolate bars may contain almond pieces, which aren’t listed on the packaging.
Pennsylvania officials are changing standardized tests to reduce their impact on students and teachers.
A touch on the arm triggered a very odd and volatile exchange between two lawmakers.
Derrick Lorenzo Butler is accused of shooting Jashun Patton, 18.
The criminal complaint says the victim said he had sex with the 24-year-old teacher more than once in her classroom.
A Pittsburgh man killed the 8-year-old by slamming the child onto the floor for not cleaning his room.
A Philadelphia judge says Meek Mill will stay in prison because he’s a “danger to the community.”
His victims are from all across the country, possibly including 12 women from the Pittsburgh area.
Police say 34-year-old Adam Greenlee of Fredonia, Pa., stabbed a 21-year-old employee to death during a robbery.
The 38-year-old victim suffered second-degree burns to his buttocks, abdomen, chest and back.
The lawsuit claims he endured “an extremely painful surgery” that wasn’t able to completely remove the parasite.
The earthquake, which was five kilometers deep, happened around 10:20 p.m.
Court paperwork claims that after his alleged alcohol-related crash, the chief called for a tow truck before troopers got there.
The recall affects bars sold in Ohio and Pennsylvania, among other states.
Pennsylvania’s highest court will decide whether a Pittsburgh man’s anti-police rap lyrics are protected free expression or amount to witnes…