Pittsburgh Penguins Hat Bought At PPG Paints Arena Has ‘Philadelphia’ Printed On The InsideA Pittsburgh Penguins fan is trying to figure out how the name of a rival team got printed on the inside of a Pens hat bought at PPG Paints Arena.
Former Philadelphia Priest Accused Of Sex Abuse Facing New ChargesA former Philadelphia priest once accused of sex abuse is now facing new charges. Robert Brennan, 81, was arrested earlier Thursday and charged with four counts of making false statements to the FBI.
Indiana Co. Inmate Accused Of Injuring 2 Troopers In Escape Attempt To Stand TrialA state prison inmate must stand trial on charges that he tried to murder two Pennsylvania state police troopers in a plot to steal their unmarked cruiser and drive back home to Philadelphia.
Gov. Wolf Urging Passage Of Lost, Stolen Firearms Reporting LawGov. Tom Wolf is urging the passage of a law in Pennsylvania requiring gun owners to report stolen or lost firearms.
Gov. Wolf Announces Efforts To End Gun Violence Days After 6 Philadelphia Officers ShotPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is directing state police and other agencies under his control to focus greater efforts on addressing gun violence, two days after a gunman shot and wounded six Philadelphia police officers.
At Least 6 Police Officers Shot In Philadelphia, Another InjuredSix Philadelphia police officers were shot in Philadelphia’s Nicetown-Tioga section and rushed to the hospital on Wednesday afternoon.
Bill Cosby Appeals For Review Of His CaseBill Cosby's lawyers will fight to overturn his sexual assault conviction Monday as the 82-year-old comedian serves a three- to 10-year prison term in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania's Absentee Ballot Rules Mean Many Arrive LateComparatively tight deadlines for absentee ballots mean Pennsylvania's mail-in votes arrive too late to be counted far more often than the national average.
Pennsylvania Casinos Rolling Out Online GamblingPennsylvania is joining the short list of states where online casino-style gambling is available.
Federal Court Says Amazon Can Be Sued Over Defective ProductA federal appeals court has ruled that Amazon can be sued over a defective product sold by one of its third-party vendors.
Philadelphia Oil Refinery To Close Following Massive FireThe owner of the largest oil refinery on the East Coast is telling officials that it will close the facility after a fire last week set off explosions and damaged the complex.
Explosions Rock South Philadelphia, Massive Fire Breaks Out At Oil RefineryA massive explosion at an oil refinery in Philadelphia rattled the area and sent huge balls of fiery gas into the air.
25,000-Pound Sphinx Moving For First Time In Nearly 100 YearsHow do you move a priceless, 25,000-pound sphinx? Very carefully.
'A Miracle': World War II Vet Receives Honorable Discharge To Correct 'Injustice' 74 Years LaterA veteran of World War II who was forced to leave the military because of the color of his skin calls his honorable discharge to correct the injustice "a miracle."
Nation's First Safe Injection Site May Get A Lease In Philadelphia SoonThe nation's first supervised drug injection site is one step closer to opening in Philadelphia.