The FDA says using tap water isn’t safe to use for a nasal rinse because it’s not filtered or treated.
Trump is eager to begin facilitating a peace deal between Israelis and Palestinians.
The Senate voted 52-48 along party lines to advance Mulvaney’s nomination to a final vote on Thursday.
A supplier notified the company of the possible presence of aluminum in a production run of cans.
With a number of people retiring, Highway Patrol is accepting applications for new troopers.
A lawsuit is targeting a third western Pennsylvania hospital in the death of a cancer patient following a fungal infection.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Mercer County Emergency Services Committee will conduct the clinic.
Flynn was interviewed by the FBI about his telephone conversations with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S.
Don’t expect designer babies any time soon — but a major new ethics report leaves open the possibility of altering human heredity.
The budget item calls for educators to job shadow to help students with career choice and pinpoint needed job skills.
A trial is underway for an 18-year-old Pennsylvania man accused of fatally shooting a friend in the face and then taking a selfie with the v…
Every time someone litters it costs you money.
PennDOT intends to replace the West Middlesex Viaduct and reconstruct a half-mile portion of Route 318.
The man told students he had a bomb.
State College residents and advocacy groups said news of the allegations of sexual abuse against Jeffrey Sandusky is “tragic.”
The City of Columbiana still has not decided whether or not it will uphold a law banning residents from raising chickens.
The historic remnant of the area’s industrial past can be seen by drivers on Interstate 80.
Over the weekend, the swollen lake spilled down an unpaved emergency spillway for nearly 40 hours, leaving it badly eroded.
The actor mistakenly landed his plane on a parallel taxiway, passing over an American Airlines jet holding nearby, according to reports.
Gov. Wolf’s office said the extra $75 million would go toward enrolling 8,400 preschoolers in high-quality programs subsidized for lower-inc…