Confederate Flag Removed From Pennsylvania Capitol DisplayPennsylvania's governor has had a Confederate flag removed from a Flag Day exhibit in the state Capitol after the chairwoman of the black legislators' caucus took it down and it was subsequently restored to display.
Report: Bank Robber Wearing Helmet Fled On Dirt BikePolice near Harrisburg are searching for a bank robber who made a dirt bike getaway.
Police: Ukrainian Man Posed As High School Student, Had Sex With Underage GirlA Ukrainian man accused of faking his name and age while attending a central Pennsylvania high school and having sex with an underage girl.
Girl Barred From Prom For Wearing Suit Has Her Prom NightA central Pennsylvania high school student barred from attending prom at her Catholic high school because she wore a suit rather than a dress has had her prom night - at a different school.
Gun Safety Advocates Head To Harrisburg For ProtestAdvocates of gun background checks and other safety regulations plan to participate at a protest this afternoon in Harrisburg.
Pa. Senate Approves Changing Seniority-Based Layoff System For Public SchoolsThe Pennsylvania State Senate approved a bill that would change the current seniority-based layoff system used by public school districts.
Girl Says She Was Thrown Out Of Her Prom For Wearing A SuitA Pennsylvania high school student said she was barred from attending her prom because she wore a suit rather than a dress.
Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Stop PennDOT From Selling Personal InformationA state lawmaker has taken up an effort in Harrisburg to stop PennDOT from selling people’s personal information to third parties for profit.
Gov. Wolf Standing Firm On Budget PositionGov. Tom Wolf is standing firm on his position as the nine-month budget impasse continues without an end in sight.
Ex-Trooper Accused In Pa. Turnpike Slaying Was $300K In DebtCourt records show a retired state trooper accused of fatally shooting two Pennsylvania Turnpike workers filed for bankruptcy last year.
Gov. Wolf Blasts Republicans On Latest BudgetGov. Tom Wolf toured Brashear High School's career and technical education program on Thursday where he saw first-hand some of the thirteen CTE skills training efforts that could be cut if the legislature and governor fail to reach agreement on a budget.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Start Debating Medical Marijuana BillThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives took up a proposal Monday to permit the use of marijuana for medical purposes, a potential breakthrough for supporters who have worked for several years to get legalization through the Republican-controlled Legislature.