Pa. Supreme Court Rules Pittsburgh Police Officers Can Live Outside City LimitsThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that Pittsburgh Police officers no longer have to live within the city limits.
Cosby Loses Bid To Question Accuser Before TrialBill Cosby has lost his bid to question his accuser in court before his sexual-assault case goes to trial near Philadelphia.
Judge Who Stole Cocaine From Evidence Challenges Disbarment A former judge convicted of stealing cocaine from evidence in the county drug court he founded has asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to consider allowing his law license to remain suspended instead of permanently disbarring him.
State High Court Upholds Death Penalty For 'Greensburg 6' RingleaderThe state Supreme Court has upheld the first-degree murder conviction and death penalty imposed on a man in the torture death of a mentally disabled woman in western Pennsylvania.
Pa. Supreme Court Overturns Death Sentence Of ‘Greensburg 6’ MemberThe state Supreme Court has overturned the death sentence for a convicted member of the so-called “Greensburg 6.”
Court Overturns Man's Conviction For Giving Ex-Wife Middle FingerA state appeals court has overturned the disorderly conduct conviction of a Pittsburgh man who was charged because he gave his ex-wife the middle finger.
High Court Strikes Down Casino Payments To Host CommunitiesThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the roughly 4 percent "local share assessment" is unconstitutional because it is not uniform and affects Pennsylvania's 12 casinos differently.
Pa. Supreme Court Blocks Pro-Industry Provisions Of Gas Drilling LawPennsylvania's highest court on Wednesday blocked industry-friendly provisions of a major 2012 state law designed to modernize natural gas drilling regulations.
State Legislators Again Put Local Gun Laws In CrosshairsPennsylvania lawmakers are moving closer to re-enacting legislation that would let the National Rifle Association and similar groups challenge local gun regulations that are more restrictive than state law.
Pennsylvania Judge Victim Of "Random" Subway AssaultOfficials say Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Kevin Dougherty was treated at a hospital after an assault by a panhandler in Center City Philadelphia.
2nd Pennsylvania Justice To Resign Over Porn Email ScandalA Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice is stepping down in a widening scandal over explicit and offensive emails the he and others exchanged with friends and lawyers.
Court Refuses To Reinstate Attorney General Kane's Law LicenseThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court is declining to reinstate the suspended law license of Pennsylvania's attorney general as she fights criminal charges she leaked secret grand jury material and lied under oath about it.

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