Department of Public Welfare
The preliminary hearing of a man accused of molesting children at a Butler County daycare was postponed Tuesday afternoon.
The husband of a daycare operator in Butler County has been charged with molesting children at the center.
The state Department of Public Welfare says a western Pennsylvania man didn’t declare $206,000 in natural gas royalties he received last year when he filled out a form to receive food stamps and help with his heating bill.
Circle C Youth and Family Services offers traditional homes throughout the area for at-risk kids.
The McCandless mother of three who is charged with drowning and attempting to drown her two youngest sons was denied bail Thursday.
State authorities are now investigating after the death of an elderly nun who died from injuries after being burned by hot water at a Bellevue personal care home.
The owner of a Beaver County daycare is facing charges, accused of leaving a 6-month-old in her care alone in a parking lot.
A woman who used to work for a company that contracted with the Department of Public Welfare to pay caregivers is among several charged in a counterfeit check cashing scheme involving “ghost” workers.
KDKA Investigators have confirmed that two top administrators at Allegheny County’s Shuman Juvenile Detention Center have been fired.
The State Department of Public Welfare is trying to make it easier for parents whose children suffer from autism to get help.
A state welfare worker is facing charges after allegedly offering benefits in exchange for sex.
Pennsylvania’s low-income home energy assistance program, or LIHEAP, is being extended.
The Department of Public Welfare has released its 2011 report. Click here to read it.
There’s Ralph the dog and Gary – soon to be all that’s left of the Kastner home in Plum. It’s run down and beat up but it’s the only home Gary Kastner knows.