A new computer later, with money in the bank to help him open his own law firm, Camson finds it hard to believe people aren’t crashing the PaTreasury.gov website or calling Harrisburg looking for money.
Two men are in custody after a local lawmaker, his chief of staff and his intern, a Slippery Rock University Student, were robbed at gunpoint.
Two children were stuck in Harrisburg after an apparent mistake by Amtrak. The 10 and 16-year-olds took the train there, but were not allowed to return.
Jerry Sandusky, former Penn State Nittany Lions defensive coordinator, was reportedly passed over for a volunteer coaching job at another local college after failing a background check.
However, despite what the background check showed, Sandusky reportedly still spent a lot of time around the organization.
Budget issues could prompt hundreds of layoffs at the Pennsylvania State Police.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has started a state takeover of Harrisburg. According to the Associated Press, he declared a fiscal emergency in the city.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee continue to take their toll on Pennsylvania. President Obama has signed an emergency declaration for the state and is offering federal aid in addition to the support already in the state.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino speaks to Wendell Young IV, President of UFCW local 1776.
Pennsylvania’s General Assembly has signed off a nearly $27.2 billion budget.
Jury selection is over in the trial of Richard Poplawski, the man accused in the deaths of three Pittsburgh police officers in 2009.
The third day of jury selection in the trial of the man accused in the shooting deaths of three Pittsburgh Police officers continues today in Harrisburg.
Jury selection continues today in Harrisburg for the trial of Richard Poplawski, the man accused in a standoff and the deaths of three Pittsburgh police officers in 2009.
Pittsburghers boarded buses headed for Harrisburg to protest Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget cuts Tuesday morning.
On Friday’s show, KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked with David White, an expert blogger from Terroirist.com.
During Governor Corbett’s budget address on Tuesday, he made a strong case that state employees, including public school employees, must step up to share the burden that average taxpayers have endured.