The FBI and federal prosecutors are reviewing allegations against a Pennsylvania college student from Russia who is accused of possessing bomb-making and marijuana-growing materials.
A local police chief says state police experts are examining a couple of computers as part of an investigation into threats to bomb a central Pennsylvania courthouse and taint the area’s water supply.
A judge has agreed to a central Pennsylvania drug dealer’s chivalrous request to spend five extra years in prison – to spare his live-in girlfriend a felony conviction and the resulting loss of her business, a bar.
Police say a Franciscan friar accused of sexual abusing students at schools in two states killed himself at a western Pennsylvania monastery.
A friend of a central Pennsylvania man who killed three people before dying in a gun battle with police says the shooter had been struggling with personal problems and had become fascinated with end-of-the-world predictions.
New details are emerging as police continue to investigate a shooting spree that left several people dead and three state police troopers injured Friday morning in Central Pennsylvania.
This new conference, a result of the Greater Allegheny more or less merging with the Keystone, per biennial district realignment, features two of last year’s WPIAL semifinalists and another team that could go on a lengthy playoff run in 2012.
It’s rather fitting Miele’s team is called the Planets, because for at least one playoff round he was in his own little world.
Mars head football coach Scott Heinauer reflects on First Round win over Hollidaysburg.