Election Day In Pennsylvania To Be A Big Day For High CourtIt's Election Day - an important day for Pennsylvania's highest court.
Election Day 2015Voters will head to the polls today.
Pennsylvania Judicial Candidates Campaign For 1 Last DayCandidates for Pennsylvania's appellate courts are putting in one last full day of campaigning before Tuesday's election.
Pa. AG Kane Releases Explicit Emails Tied To Supreme Court JusticeAttorney General Kathleen Kane on Thursday made good on her promise to release emails received by a state Supreme Court justice that include nude photos and videos of women, raunchy and juvenile humor and other content demeaning to women.
Supreme Court Hears UPMC's Appeal Of Medicare RulingThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's appeal of a lower-court ruling forcing it to maintain in-network rates for Highmark Inc.'s 182,000 Medicare Advantage customers.
Court Suspends Pa. Attorney General Kane's Law LicensePennsylvania's highest court is ordering the suspension of Attorney General Kathleen Kane's law license, a step that could trigger a Senate vote to remove her as she faces criminal charges.
Supreme Court Gives UPMC Expedited Appeal In Highmark BattleThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has granted the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's request for an expedited appeal in UPMC's battle over Highmark's Medicare Advantage rates.
Supreme Court Suspends License Of Ex-Judge Who Stole CocaineThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court says the law license of a former Common Pleas judge who stole cocaine from evidence packages will be temporarily suspended.
Kane Indicates She Will Reveal More About Porn Email ScandalAttorney General Kathleen Kane's lawyer said Tuesday she expects to disclose new details about a pornographic email scandal as part of her criminal defense, following the release of court documents that suggest she already had the authority to make them public, despite her claims to the contrary.
Court: Wolf Overstepped Powers In Firing Open Records ChiefDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf overstepped his powers when he fired the director of Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday in ordering the director's reinstatement with back pay and benefits.
Judge Won't Give Teen, Then 11, New Trial In Slaying Of Father's Pregnant FiancéeA judge in western Pennsylvania says he won't grant a new juvenile court trial to a teenager who was 11 when he was charged with fatally shooting his father's pregnant fiancée.
Criminal Probe Of AG Kane May Expand To Include Staff FiringA criminal investigation of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane may expand to include the firing of a staff prosecutor following his grand jury testimony.