Pennsylvania Court Throws Out Congressional Boundaries MapThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has struck down the boundaries of the state's 18 congressional districts.
State Police To Continue Handling Investigations Of Trooper ShootingsState Police say they will continue to conduct investigations of shootings by on-duty troopers.
GOP Lawmaker Says He Will Run For CongressThe majority leader of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives says he plans to run for Congress to succeed U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster.
Pa. Treasury Returned $254M In Unclaimed Property Last YearPennsylvania's treasurer says his office returned more than $254 million in unclaimed property to the rightful owners last year.
Cops: Drunk Mom Left 4 Kids To Fend For ThemselvesA Pennsylvania woman has been arrested after one of her children reported she'd been drinking for three days straight and police found her passed out on the couch, with her four kids left to fend for themselves.
Pennsylvania Paid $900,000 To Settle Dept. Of Revenue Sexual Misconduct Case In 2016Pennsylvania has revealed it paid $900,000 in 2016 to settle a workplace sexual misconduct case, its biggest payout of that type to come to light in recent months.
Pa. Man Shot, Killed After Hitting Officer With CarAuthorities say a driver who struck and injured a police officer in a church parking lot was shot and killed by another officer.
Pennsylvania's First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Receives State AuthorizationThe Pennsylvania Health Department says it's given the state's first all-clear for a medical marijuana dispensary to begin providing the drug, once it's available from a licensed grower.
Bald Eagle Livestream Returns To Nest In Hanover, Pa.Pennsylvanians now have another group of eagles worth watching.
Pennsylvania Shuts Down Construction On Sunoco Gas PipelinePennsylvania environmental officials have ordered Sunoco to halt construction of a natural gas pipeline across the southern part of the state.
Free Bird: Officer Rescues Snowy Owl From Prison Barbed WireA resourceful Pennsylvania wildlife conservation officer has helped to engineer a daring prison escape.
Electric Company Reportedly Sends Woman A Bill For $284 BillionLooking on the bright side, the electric company did offer the 58-year-old a minimum payment option of just $28,156 due in December.

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