KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Gov Corbett about Kathleen Kane’s possible investigation of his handling of the Jerry Sandusky case, as well as his thoughts on the rest of Pennsylvania’s election results.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Political rookie Kathleen Kane has been elected the first woman and first Democrat to be elected Pennsylvania attorney general.
In case you were to busy to catch a portion of Monday’s KDKA Afternoon News with Bill Rehkopf, here’s what you may have missed.
Following the latest developments in the Penn State sex abuse case, attorneys for former PSU president Graham Spanier have released a statement.
Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane picked up support from local law enforcement officials today. Kane – a former prosecutor and Democrat – was endorsed by the Suburban Fraternal Order of Police and others.
David Freed is the Republican candidate for Attorney General and the Cumberland County prosecutor finds himself up against Democrat Kathleen Kane, the first woman to run for this position in Pennsylvania history.
Attorney General Linda Kelly’s statement regarding the Freeh Report on Penn State.
As Governor of Pennsylvania, Ed Rendell was on Penn State’s board of trustees, but Penn State officials never once told the board, says Rendell, about Jerry Sandusky’s alleged abuse of children in the locker rooms.
Meet David Freed, Cumberland County’s District Attorney and the Republican candidate for Attorney General.
While only one Republican is running, two Democrats are seeking their party’s nomination and one of them is the first woman to ever seek this office.
They’ve operated under a half dozen company names, but the result has been the same. Customers have complained about being ripped off by roofers who they say perform little or no work, but take the money and run. KD Investigator Andy Sheehan exposed them and now the attorney general is taking action.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Almost everyone uses a credit card and now it’s the hidden fees that are prompting legal action. “I was looking at my Discover bill and happened to notice a charge that I […]
To file a consumer complaint, visit AttorneyGeneral.gov.