The storms dumped up to 7 inches of rain in some places, triggering mudslides, turning roads into rivers and sweeping away two homes
U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle said he expects state officials to take action soon to revoke a law that prevents compliance with a federal ID law.
The former assistant football coach testified Friday in his whistleblower lawsuit against the university.
The state counted about 1,000 more people unemployed — not enough to budge the jobless rate in a workforce of 6.5 million people.
A new contract, running through June 30, 2018, must be ratified by the system’s board of governors and by faculty union members.
The presidential campaign will again make its rounds in Western Pennsylvania over the next several days.
The State System was still calculating how many of its 5,000-plus faculty members were showing up to teach at its 14 universities.
Environmental groups ask the EPA to sanction Allegheny County Health Department for deficiencies in issuing Title V permits.
The latest ad opens with her from her days on the basketball team at St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls in Northeast Philadelphia.
The secretary of the commonwealth says Donald Trump’s contrarian view “is not only wrong and uninformed, it is also dangerous.”
The legislation would make it difficult for the public to access audio or video from the cameras.
Dave Joyner, athletic director when Mike McQueary’s contract was not renewed, said new coach Bill O’Brien brought in his own staff.
Starting Jan. 30, the rules apply to military bases, nuclear plants and the like, not courthouses or anywhere residents receive benefits.
House lawmakers amended Wednesday provides certainty for ride-share companies like Uber, Lyft and zTrip in Pennsylvania.
The strike affects 105,000 students and more than 5,000 faculty.
A new document dump from WikiLeaks includes a single message Ms. McGinty sent from her personal e-mail address to the Clinton campaign.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is in the crosshairs of a liberal PAC that works to keep dark money out of politics.
He is accused of grabbing the woman and holding her for about 20 seconds with “intent to annoy or alarm” her, according to a police report.
Graduate assistants, who are certified as trainers, will be working with college athletes during the strike.
Former university general counsel testified Tuesday in the trial of a lawsuit filed against the school.
Kathleen Kane is set to be sentenced Monday for leaking grand jury documents to a newspaper and lying about it under oath.
On Friday, GOP candidate Donald Trump will campaign in Johnstown; Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine will campaign at Penn State.
A Pennsylvania town council has voted to accept the resignation of a white Republican mayor over his racist Facebook posts.
Ms. Kane’s attorneys have requested that she serve her sentence under house arrest because she needs to care for her two sons.
Legislators cast key votes Monday on controversial bills involving guns and sanctuary cities.
Sixteen Pennsylvania counties — including 11 in the western region — have only one insurer offering plans through the marketplace.
Mike McQueary witnessed a sexual assault by Jerry Sandusky and now claims the university defamed him.
Union and management have sparred over issues including compensation, increased health costs and increased number of courses.
The Pennsylvania native was known to generations of Washington, D.C., journalists and worked for the Associated Press.
The four grants will go toward the transit center in East Liberty and road systems in the county’s parks.
There are important issues on the docket for Pennsylvania lawmakers as 2015-16 session enters its final six weeks.
The sides will continue to negotiate through the weekend while Wednesday’s strike deadline looms.
Whether changes will be made to allow residents to use those licenses to get through airport security in January 2018 remains to be seen.
Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele wrote in court papers Friday that Ms. Kane shouldn’t qualify for home confinement.
An array of new environmental regulations for natural gas drilling took effect Oct. 8.
The union has said it will strike at 5 a.m. Wednesday without a tentative deal.
Union says it is fighting the erosion of classroom quality; management says it is fighting for flexibility and cost savings.
School Performance Profile includes for the first time scores from the new Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests for grades K-8.
Homeland Security: Pa. is noncompliant with the REAL ID Act, which could prevent residents’ use of ID for access to federal facilities.
Daniel L. Krieg, 56, died July 9 from an infection that the lawsuit says he contracted at the hospital.
Clinton has 51 percent to Trump’s 42 percent in a two-way race, with her margin swelling to 28 percentage points in four suburban counties.
While cash and E-ZPass are the preferred means of payment, the turnpike’s toll collectors began receiving card readers Sept. 13.
That listing, from the New Orleans-based Food Tank, includes five locally based groups and is part of the new Good Food Org Guide.
Previously, 22 percent of calls to ChildLine went unanswered. That has decreased to 11 percent of calls, officials said.
State officials credit Medicaid expansion with dropping Pennsylvania's overall uninsured rate to 6.4 percent.
Tuesday was the last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania, whose 20 electoral votes could be critical in determining the next president.
Attorney Robert Amsterdam alleged that the network started by the followers of a Muslim cleric engaged in improper business relationships.
Pennsylvania voters are leaning more toward Clinton, making Ohio an even more important battleground.
Ten women and nine men were qualified as potential jurors Monday in Mike McQueary’s defamation and whistleblower lawsuit.
The Nov. 8 ballot also includes a tight race for U.S. Senate that pits Republican incumbent Pat Toomey against Democrat Katie McGinty.