Gov. Wolf Strips Lieutenant Governor Of SecurityPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is stripping the lieutenant governor of state police protection in the wake of complaints about his treatment of troopers and other state employees.
Pa. Senator Introduces Bill That Would Arm TeachersIf a Pennsylvania lawmaker gets his way, teachers in the state could soon be able to bring guns into the classroom.
Pennsylvania AG's Office: Fraudulent License Plate Ring BustedPennsylvania's attorney general's office is charging a dozen people as part of an organized crime ring that it says made millions of dollars renting out fraudulently obtained license plates, primarily in New York City.
Survivalist Eric Frein Convicted In Deadly Pa. Trooper AmbushA Pennsylvania survivalist who hid in the forest under cover of night and opened fire with a sniper's rifle has been convicted of capital murder in the ambush slaying of a state police trooper he targeted at random.
Pennsylvania Traffic Deaths Fall To Lowest On Record In 2016Pennsylvania highway officials say traffic deaths in the state dropped slightly last year to reach their lowest level since records began to be kept in 1928.
Pa. Lawmakers Unlikely To Follow NY In Offering Tuition-Free CollegePennsylvanians may have another reason to move to New York.
When It Comes To Casino Jackpots, It's The Button Pusher That Counts The MostA man in Florida put up the cash, but let his friend press the slots button at a casino, and that turned out to be a most unlucky mistake.
Uber Settles With Pennsylvania Regulators For $3.5 MillionPennsylvania regulators are settling a legal dispute with the ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. for $3.5 million.
One Of Pa.’s Top 10 Most Expensive Homes For Sale Is In Downtown PittsburghNine of the 10 most expensive home residences for sale in Pennsylvania are in Philadelphia, but one key property is in Pittsburgh.
Pa. Woman, 36, Collapses At End Of Half Marathon And DiesAuthorities say a woman collapsed at the end of a half marathon in Pennsylvania and died at a hospital.
Missing Judge, 91, Found Alive In Wooded AreaA 91-year-old federal judge with memory problems who was reported missing from his home in northeastern Pennsylvania has been found alive.
Pa. Attorney General Warns Against Tax Season ScamsWith tax day just a couple weeks away, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro says scam artists are on the increase in Pennsylvania.

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