GOP Leaders Ask Supreme Court To Revisit Pa. Redistricting CaseRepublican lawmakers from Pennsylvania are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to again consider the legality of new congressional district boundaries.
State Supreme Court Halts Release Of 800-Page Report On Pa. Priest Sexual AbusePennsylvania's highest court is holding up the public release of a grand jury report expected to reveal details of widespread sexual abuse, dating back decades, by Roman Catholic priests in six dioceses across the state.
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Wagner Goes On Attack Against Wolf's Democratic Running Mate John FettermanMaybe it's because of his visibility in western Pennsylvania that Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner is taking shots at Braddock's John Fetterman.
Former Pa. Gov. Ed Rendell Says He Has Parkinson'sFormer Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell says he was diagnosed three-and-a-half years ago with Parkinson's disease.
Authorities: Body Found In Pa. River May Have Been There For MonthsAuthorities say a body found in the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania over the weekend may have been there for several months.
Hit-Run Crash Kills Motorcycle Rider, Injuries PassengerPolice are seeking the driver of a minivan that fled the scene after colliding with a motorcycle in Philadelphia, killing the operator and critically injuring his passenger.
Bill Cosby Ousts Legal Team Ahead Of Sentencing In Sex Assault TrialBill Cosby has ousted the high-powered defense team whose aggressive tactics failed to sway jurors from convicting him of sexual assault in April.
NWS: 2 Tornadoes Touched Down In Northeast Pa., Causing Significant DamageNational Weather Service officials confirmed Thursday that an EF2 tornado had touched down in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, late Wednesday and a second tornado touched down in nearby Bradford County.
Pa. Hunter Investigated For Shooting 500-Pound Grizzly Bear In MontanaWildlife officials say a Pennsylvania man shot and killed a 500-pound grizzly bear while he was hunting for black bears in northwestern Montana.
Road Rage Situation Leads To One Man Defecating On AnotherPolice say one man defecated on another man during a road rage episode in Pennsylvania.
Gov. Wolf Planning To Sign Mandated Student Civics Knowledge TestGov. Tom Wolf plans to sign a new law requiring Pennsylvania students to take a test of civics knowledge, although they don't need it to graduate.
Judge Won't Delay Release Of 800-Page Report On Pa. Catholic Church Sex-Abuse AllegationsA judge is refusing to delay the publication of a state grand jury report into allegations of child sexual abuse, failing to report it and obstruction of justice within six of Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic dioceses.