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A group led by City Council president Francis Acosta has begun raising private funds to replace it with something that’s more impressive.
The announcement came just a few hours after the hospital reported that the patient was being evaluated.
The warrants show police were interested in scouring Eric Frein’s Internet activity, downloads, writings, images, map history and contacts.
State test results decline for all students and some subgroups, including economically disadvantaged and special education students.
The state closed 16 health centers, including those in Armstrong, Beaver, Greene, Somerset counties, and one of two in Westmoreland County.
The scandal involves the email exchange of pornographic images and videos by state government employees.
The elected row officers — attorney general, treasurer and auditor general — will see their salaries increase by $2,500 to nearly $159,000.
State law makes most governmental entities immune from civil liability but permits damages of up to $500,000 for motor vehicle accidents.
Former Pennsylvania Turnpike CEO Joseph Brimmeier and former COO George Hatalowich will both serve a term of 60 months of probation.
The 50-year-old driver, who authorities have not identified, will face two counts of homicide by vehicle and numerous other charges .
The documents related to the 2012 consent decree over the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Kathleen Kane describes images exchanged by state government officials as “deplorable.”
The shooting spurred in a universitywide lockdown affecting thousands of students, faculty and visitors for about four hours Monday night.
Lame duck Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration is moving ahead on implementing Healthy PA — even though Tom Wolf said he plans to scrap it.
Monsignor William Lynn was the first U.S. church official ever charged for hiding complaints that priests were molesting children.
Michael Ballard pleaded guilty to killing his ex-girlfriend and three others in Northampton in June 2010.
The Rev. Charles Engelhardt, 67, of Wynnewood, was in the second year of a six- to 12-year sentence stemming from his 2013 conviction.
The September 2015 gathering will be the pope’s first scheduled visit to the United States since his inauguration in March 2013.
Fewer visitors means the closing of Gettysburg’s Soldiers National Museum and the sale of its varied collection of Civil War artifacts.
Pittsburgh and several local municipalities have been in the Act 47 program almost since its inception in the late 1980s.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane indicated that the investigation deals with an alleged violation of grand jury secrecy by her office.
A possible change in Medicare policy has rattled people with disabilities who depend on communication tools to function.
Limited health insurance plan will be discontinued to make way for transitioning women to “Healthy PA” plans Jan. 1.
The Independent Fiscal Office sees a long-term fiscal imbalance. Gov.-elect Tom Wolf warns that “what lies ahead could be worse.”
Board of Trustees meeting in University Park draws angry crowd.
Attorney Andrew Shubin says none of the victims in this case believed that Jerry Sandusky would be convicted.
Trustees meeting draws angry crowd that voices its displeasure with trustees for declining to revisit the controversial Freeh Report.
Tamara Breeden and the others were rescued in October 2011 from a boiler room in the basement of an apartment house.
The College Board report says families are struggling with the effects of successive price hikes imposed during the recent recession.
Authorities have added terrorism charges against a man accused of ambushing a Pennsylvania State Police barracks and killing a trooper.
Penn State’s agreement to the 2012 Consent Decree continues to be a point of contention among the board of trustees.
Kathleen G. Kane wasn’t wearing her seat belt, and was injured when she hit her head in the low-speed accident.
Mitchell Rubin agreed in court to 24 months of probation, 100 hours of community service, and a $2,500 fine.
Lawyers for state Sen. Jake Corman, R-Centre, question how much the Freeh findings may have been influenced by the NCAA.
Allegheny County Rep. Mike Turzai is expected to be elected House speaker.
Mr. Wolf says his incoming chief of staff, Katie McGinty, was the first person to sign the agreement.
Notices were mailed out last week, and the Corbett administration says affected enrollees will be sorted into one of two plans.
Authorities have not revealed what Eric Frein, who is charged with killing a state trooper, told them in an interview at the barracks.
State Sen. Lloyd Smucker of Lancaster County says he is running for president pro tempore against Sen. Joe Scarnati of Jefferson County.
The law gives the NRA and similar organizations standing to sue Pennsylvania municipalities over local gun control legislation.
Ms. McGinty, 51, who ran in the Democratic primary for governor, headed the Department of Environmental Protection under Gov. Ed Rendell.
Minimum prices range from $5,000 to $25,000 for for patents that Penn State owns but never developed into a commercial use.
The Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia and the Education Law Center represent six districts that say state funding isn’t fair.
Mumia Abu-Jamal and prisoner-rights groups filed a federal lawsuit today seeking to stop the law.
The grandmother of the 3-year-boy who was beaten to death says her son, accused in the torture and murder, is being “railroaded.”
Pennsylvania’s governor said Penn State’s Joe Paterno “probably” shouldn’t have been fired in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Some seniors and their families, will not have access to UPMC providers under Highmark insurance plan.
Tom Wolf said he’ll give the $187,256 salary to charity or return it to the state, depending on what the law allows.
The governor makes his most expansive comments since the child-sex-abuse scandal erupted at Penn State University three years ago.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is reviewing requests that it release thousands of emails between Supreme Court justices and her office.