A state courts spokesman said today that it had hired a Pittsburgh law firm to look into the matter.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has imposed cost-saving measures in light of a budget impasse that is now in its fourth month.
Only 3 percent of the state’s 63,000 family farms qualify for the designation of Century Farm or Bicentennial Farm.
Barbara Rowan’s parents reported her missing Aug. 2, 1984. Two weeks later, her body was found along a road near her home.
Family patriarch Robert Hays built Gearhard Farms in Murrysville eight generations ago.
Attorney General Kane: Sitting state justice sent, received 'racial, misogynistic pornography' on state computers
The attorney general said emails linked to the justice -- named by her staff as J. Michael Eakin -- have been given to judicial authorities.
The new perjury count stems from Kane’s claim she never signed a secrecy oath preventing her from releasing information from past cases.
Included among the exemptions are positions that provide “direct care to patients” and revenue-generating positions.
Inspector general's report alleges that Philly VA director Diana Rubens improperly used her position for personal and financial gain.
PennDOT has released a statement saying that it will begin accepting proposals for various PennDOT-owned projects and infrastructure
On Tuesday, the State Board of Game Commissioners approved more expensive replacement costs for people responsible for killing of eagles.
The House and Senate Republican leaders say they don’t think the proposed legislation has the necessary votes to succeed.
Nonprofits are using the Medicaid expansion to enroll uninsured veterans in health coverage, hoping to prevent medical debts and poverty.
The Democrat told KQV-AM radio in Pittsburgh that he will try to win over “good Republican legislators” tired of the budget stalemate.
With debate intensifying over whether marijuana use increases the risk of vehicle crashes, better data is needed, the author said.
Greene County resident Andrew Place, who also worked with Center for Sustainable Shale Development, is to be sworn in tomorrow.
Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller will hold a public hearing in Harrisburg on what the department terms “surprise” balance billing.
Republicans had urged Gov. Tom Wolf to accept a stopgap budget to allow school districts and social service providers to receive funding.
A permanent exhibit that debuts at the State Museum of Pennsylvania on Friday marks the 75th anniversary of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
A new electronic network aims to connect and track military veterans services online so those who need help don’t get lost in referrals.
"The cost is going to keep going up each and every month," Auditor General Euguene DePasquale said, as districts are forced to borrow money.
Many states have found significant drops in scores as the new standards were put into place.
The Wolf administration supports easier path for third-party political candidates, but says recent court ruling improperly addresses issue.
The pontiff says that the church will not stop with abusers, but also will go after those protecting them.
As the budget impasse continues, the pressure to come to an agreement continues to build.
Students from Central Catholic, Oakland Catholic and Franciscan University make the trip to Philadelphia.
The bid for support comes just before the books will close on the current campaign-finance reporting period.
PSU officials identified the dead student as Vitalya "Tally" Sepot, a passenger in a car returning to State College from Philadelphia.
Pope Francis met the largest audience of his U.S. visit on Sunday in Philadelphia.
Whistleblowers have become a key tool against health care fraud, but some say the Justice Department could do more.
A year in, a health care fraud prosecution unit has made busts from Latrobe to Louisiana — but no huge cases.
A year-old push to root out health care fraud in Pittsburgh has been slowed by a key department’s absence.
State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe said earlier that a white nationalist is different from a white supremacist.
Four students were killed, dozens injured in the collision involving a duck boat and charter bus on a Seattle bridge.
Gov. Tom Wolf is likely to veto the spending plan as budget crisis nears 90 days.
Gov. Tom Wolf is willing to give up some state control of liquor sales in return for budget concessions.
Some school officials have already been forced to borrow money to keep their districts running.
Some limo services around Pittsburgh oppose the company’s pursuit of skirting existing regulations.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general says she would seek a new term if she’s not suspended in run-up to April primary.
PSU ex-president Graham Spanier wanted to travel to Saudi Arabia next month for work.
Daryl Metcalfe, R- Cranberry, appeared to defend having invited a man with alleged white nationalist ties to testify to his committee.
The threats were described as “extremely disturbing” and included claims that children and police officers would be harmed.
Officials said the drugs, which have a combined street value of more than $6 million, were found in thin packages inside of the boxes.
The two sides could announce an agreement within the next week.
The new honorees, who will be formally announced Thursday, include three others who died trying to save others.
The Senate approved the bill last week, so House passage would send it to Gov. Tom Wolf.
The young female had gunshot wounds, and had broken bones in its legs and wings. It was also dehydrated and malnourished.
The unanimous order Monday from the five-member Supreme Court placed Ms. Kane on "temporary suspension."
The Rev. Joseph Maurizio, 70, suspended pastor at Our Lady Queen of Angels, was arrested after an investigation by Homeland Security.
The contract is backdated Sept. 10 and states the nonprofit was to have provided the city with a security deposit of $2.5 million Sept. 14.