Nearly 70 People Charged With Benefits FraudNearly 70 people in Pennsylvania are facing charges for accepting a combined $270,000 in public benefits prosecutors say they weren't entitled to.
Bill For Pa. Email Probe Hits $1.8 MillionThe final price tag for a probe of inappropriate emails exchanged by Pennsylvania government employees will reach almost $2 million.
Hotline Tips May Lead To More Priest Child Abuse Charges, Attorney General SaysAttorney General Bruce Beemer says the grand jury may not be done charging individuals associated with child abuse in various Catholic dioceses.
Pennsylvania's New Attorney General Works To Restore AG Office ReputationMeet Bruce Beemer, Pennsylvania's new state Attorney General, a Scranton native who now lives in the North Hills of Pittsburgh.
State's Convicted Attorney General Swiftly Replaced By Ex-Top DeputyPennsylvania lawmakers made a hasty return to the state Capitol from their summer recess on Tuesday as they rushed through a replacement for the state's convicted ex-attorney general.
Governor's Attorney General Pick Is Kane's Ex-Chief DeputyPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is nominating Kathleen Kane's former top deputy to step in as attorney general for the remaining months of her term.
Man Accused In Fatal Mt. Lebanon Accident To Be Sentenced In DecemberA mixed verdict was handed down on Saturday for the man accused in an accident that left a woman who was out jogging with her children in Mount Lebanon dead. It took the jury less than four hours to find Benjamin Cope, of Mount Lebanon, guilty of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of recklessly endangering another person.