Pa. AG's Office Announces Pleas In License Plate Fraud RingAuthorities have announced pleas in a ring that they said made millions renting out fraudulently obtained Pennsylvania license plates.
Judge Orders Seizure Of Raffle Tickets Tied To Pa. Mayor's RaceA judge has ordered the seizure of raffle tickets offering the chance to win cash or a new iPhone for voting in a Pennsylvania mayor's race.
Donations For Pa. Children Allegedly Starved By Caregivers Pour InOfficials in central Pennsylvania say they've been overwhelmed with donations for three children whom police allege were starved by their caregivers.
Report: Bank Robber Wearing Helmet Fled On Dirt BikePolice near Harrisburg are searching for a bank robber who made a dirt bike getaway.
Commonwealth To Hold 4th State Vehicle AuctionPennsylvania is putting more than 300 vehicles up for auction.
Officials Confirm Cancer In Smallmouth Bass In Pa. RiverBiologists are confirming the first case of cancer in a smallmouth bass caught in the Susquehanna River.
Jury To Be Brought In From Dauphin Co. To Hear Cyanide Poisoning CaseThe jury hearing the case against Dr. Robert Ferrante, the Pitt medical researcher accused in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife, will be chose from Dauphin County.
Pa. Lawyer Wants To Do Away With BreathalyzersA Pennsylvania lawyer has filed a request to throw out breath testing for alcohol in the state, just a week after a judge ruled the tests aren't accurate for analyzing alcohol in the blood.
Schultz, Curley Arraigned On New ChargesTwo Penn State administrators, charged in the alleged cover up of child sexual abuse allegations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, were arraigned on new charges Friday afternoon.
Jury Selection Begins In Trial Of State Rep. Bill DeWeeseSince 1976, State Rep. Bill DeWeese has been elected and re-elected by voters in his southwestern Pennsylvania district 18 times. But now his future is in the hands of a Dauphin County jury, not the voters.
Counting The Cost Of Richard Poplawski's TrialTrying Richard Poplawski for the murder of three police officers was never going to be a cheap affair and now it’s been revealed how costly it was.
Jury Selection Complete In Poplawski TrialJury selection is over in the trial of Richard Poplawski, the man accused in the deaths of three Pittsburgh police officers in 2009.