Death Penalty Sought For Man Charged In Teen's Rape, DismembermentProsecutors plan to seek the death penalty against a Pennsylvania man charged along with his girlfriend in the rape, death and dismemberment of her 14-year-old adopted daughter.
State Considering Death Penalty For Dismembered Teen's MomProsecutors say they haven't decided whether to seek the death penalty for a Pennsylvania woman charged along with her boyfriend in the rape, death and dismemberment of her adopted daughter.
Pa. 2-Year-Old Dies After Accidently Shooting Self In ChestState police say a 2-year-old boy accidentally shot himself to death in a Pennsylvania home.
Neighbor: 'Something Isn't Right' About Girls At Man's HouseA neighbor said she had long felt that "something isn't right" at a Bucks County home where a man is accused of sexually assaulting a teenager whose parents police say gave her to him when she was 14.
Emporium Man Made Gun Used By Leonardo DiCaprio In “The Revenant”A movie that's up for a dozen Academy Awards, and has already won a couple Golden Globe, has a Pennsylvania connection.
Bucks Co. Withholding All Tax Payments To HarrisburgElected officials in a suburban Philadelphia county have turned the tables on state government, withholding all tax payments owed to Pennsylvania because state lawmakers and the governor have failed to reach agreement on a budget.
Hockey Stick Used To Bash Township Truck Over Salt BeefPolice in a southeastern Pennsylvania township are investigating a hockey stick attack on a public works truck, apparently by someone upset that their street wasn't getting road salt after recent snows.
Most Dogs Are Overweight, So What's A Pet Owner To Do? We're not the only ones packing on the pounds - our pets are overweight too.
Bucks Co. Man Is Pa.’s 1st West Nile Death Of 2013A Bucks County resident is the state's first person to die from West Nile virus this year, according to state officials.
IUP Football Player Facing ChargesA star football player from IUP is facing charges for what police found at an off-campus apartment. IUP sophomore James Johnson was at an apartment at 13th and Oakland Tuesday when police were called for a disturbance.
Casinos Against Monthly Statements For Players State lawmakers are considering a bill that would require casinos to issue monthly statements to people detailing their wins and losses at the casino. A former gambling addict has been pushing for the legislation, but the casino industry doesn't want to see it happen.

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