Former Plum Student Wins Right To Sue Police, Borough For Sex AbuseFormer Plum Borough high school teacher Jason Cooper, now in jail, is at the center of a civil lawsuit filed by Cooper's student victim.
Penn State Denies In-State Tuition To Pa. ResidentPennsylvania resident Rachel Higgins' first choice of colleges was Penn State, but according to the university, she is not actually a resident of the state.
Quaker Valley To Experiment With Later School Start TimeQuaker Valley School District is among the few in this area experimenting with a later start time for middle and high school students.
State To Reduce Amount Of Time Dedicated To Mandatory PSSA Tests In SchoolsSome welcome changes are coming for local schools. Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that the required PSSA tests will be reduced.
Green Tree Hill Office Building Following New Solar Energy TrendA new office building in Green Tree is turning heads for its unique look, but it’s really just following a new energy trend.
Republican Looking To Take On Sen. Casey: 'I Am Not The Pa. Donald Trump'Paul Addis is a highly successful businessman who has never run for public office -- until now.
Ex-Worker Sues Allegheny Co. Retirement System Over Disability StandardsSusan Donahue says in Wednesday's lawsuit that she's been sparring with Allegheny County and its retirement system since 2012.
Website Aims To Alert Public To Contaminants In Tap WaterWhat's in your tap water? It's a question an environmental group in Washington DC is trying to make easy for you to find out.
Former Steel Mill To Be Restored For Commerce, HousingThe old rusty hulk of a J&L steel mill in Hazelwood was the object of Gov. Tom Wolf's latest visit to Pittsburgh.
Wolf Urges State House To Act On Revenue PackageLate last month, the state Senate passed a measure to close the $2.2 billion budget gap, and now Governor Wolf is pressuring the House to move forward.
Good News For Consumers As Competition Heats Up Among Online RetailersFor many people, the days of needing to see or touch an item in person before buying it are fading away into distant memory.
Highmark Leads The Way In Boosting Obamacare Insurance RatesIf you are one of the 426,000 Pennsylvanians who get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, there is good news and bad news.