Investigators: 10-Year-Old Boy Shot Little Sister With Gun He Thought Was A Toy Police say a 10-year-old boy playing with a gun he thought was a toy shot his 6-year-old sister in the chest.
Truck Overturns, Spills Vodka Onto Pennsylvania InterstateA tractor-trailer carrying vodka overturned, spilling cargo on a busy ramp leading to Interstate 95 near Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Moves To Dial Back Annual Testing Of StudentsPennsylvania officials are changing standardized tests to reduce their impact on students and teachers.
Democrats Call For Metcalfe's Resignation While He Protests Ongoing 'Touching'The Pennsylvania Democratic Party says state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, a Cranberry Republican, should resign over alleged homophobic remarks.
Unusual Encounter Between Pa. Lawmakers During Committee Causes StirAn unusual encounter between two Pennsylvania lawmakers during a committee hearing got, you could say, "touchy."
Strange Exchange Between Lawmakers Has One Declaring His SexualityA strange exchange between lawmakers in Norristown led to one declaring his own sexuality.
Furry Tails: Pa. Kicks Off 'Love Your Dog, License Your Dog' CampaignWith the holiday season upon us and the year nearing an end, it’s a good time for pet owners to be reminded of the importance of licensing your dog every year.
Democrats Slam Tax Break For Conservative College Sponsored By Pa. Sen. ToomeyDemocrats have taken to the Senate floor to attack a planned amendment to the tax bill that would give a break to a conservative college in Michigan.
Builders Race To Save Football's Eagles From Billy Penn JinxSuperstitious construction workers have placed a small statue of Philadelphia's founder atop the city's newest skyscraper in an effort to save the NFL-leading Philadelphia Eagles from a fabled jinx.
Dunlap: Fighting In Sports Is An Intriguing CaseSaw a captivating story today from the other side of the Commonwealth.
5 Ex-High School Hockey Players To Stand Trial For FightFive former high school hockey players in Pennsylvania will stand trial on assault charges stemming from an on-ice brawl earlier this year.
Justices Take Up Free Speech Case Of Anti-Police Rap LyricsPennsylvania's highest court will decide whether a Pittsburgh man's anti-police rap lyrics are protected free expression or amount to witness intimidation and making terroristic threats.

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