Smartphone users can use the app to record a video and send it to the American Civil Liberties Union.
The Pennsylvania Republican Party is hoping presidential candidate Donald Trump will drive interest in an annual fundraiser in New York.
If traveling near Harrisburg on Wednesday, prepare for siren test
Financially struggling institution has two full years to return to compliance stemming from apparent mishandling of federal student aid.
Among the announcements will be the naming of a special prosecutor to investigate the exchange of illicit material on government computers.
The rifle hunting season and continues through Dec. 12.
The state Legislature is under pressure to reauthorize the CHIP program that provides coverage for 150,000. CHIP expires on Dec. 31.
Not long ago, bears were mostly isolated in remote regions of the Appalachian Mountains.
Pennsylvania’s state capitol is a hidden gem in plain sight in a city building a reputation as a foodie and sightseeing destination.
Hunters Sharing the Harvest, Pennsylvania’s venison donation program, will mark one million pounds of donated meat this hunting season.
At least one already declared it will protest by withholding millions it collects in state real estate transfer taxes and court fees.
Jerry Sandusky is pursuing an appeal while he serves 30 to 60 years in prison on a 45-count child sexual abuse conviction.
The request involves Mt. Lebanon’s contract to pay a nonprofit wildlife management organization to organize a controlled archery hunt.
Police say they believe Kaymer Lewis was a passenger in the vehicle that was stopped by troopers prior to the shooting.
It’s a reversal of past practice, when the board spent hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to erect fences to keep deer out of areas.
The state Constitution provides for the removal of officeholders through a vote of two-thirds of the Senate and action by the governor.
Trooper Patrick R. Casey suffered a “flesh wound” to his shoulder, state police Capt. James Raykovitz said.
Justice Eakin is under investigation for his role in an explicit email ring that also involved other judge.
The judge’s order requires prosecutors to re-evaluate the case to see whether the allegations meet a minimum standard for filing charges.
Giovanny Cotto was charged as an adult with criminal attempt to murder and other charges.
Committee has passed along Tyree Blocker’s nomination to the full state Senate.
Senate Republicans threaten, then call off a planned vote to override Gov.Wolf’s veto of a short-term bill.
Some Democrats are fighting back and asking why the participants in an email scandal are not being equally scrutinized.
Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says the sides couldn’t agree on which school districts should benefit the most.
Bill would set safety standards and insurance requirements for companies and drivers.
A Philadelphia Police Department spokeswoman says the trooper was shot and taken to Hahnemann University Hospital.
Joe Nocito’s secretary pleads guilty to conspiring with her boss to shield $27 million by using his companies to pay for personal expenses.
Dan Harding has developed software that compares health plans, which could be helpful during the open enrollment periods now underway.
Monday night, the Senate took up a proposal to eliminate property taxes by raising sales and personal income taxes, a plan Mr. Wolf opposes.
The governor has indicated he will sign the bill, a measure meant to limit injuries and deaths to workers in construction zones.
Here and in Philly, billboards use city loyalties to solicit donor sign-ups.
AG Kane had accused two of the men of concocting an investigation of her over her threats to publicize porn emails.
Bill would make that exemption unless otherwise ordered by courts.
The event was intended as a welcome for seven Syrian families who arrived in Allentown over the past few weeks.
Tax credit scholarships threatened by the state budget impasse include $5 million expected by the Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Other states with heavy crude-by-rail traffic have passed various laws to address safety. Pennsylvania legislators have not.
Pennsylvania’s third-largest city is home to one of the nation’s largest populations of Syrians.
Police were called to a garage in August after neighbors investigating a foul odor stumbled upon the bodies.
Yujie Ding and his wife proposed a program in 2009 to develop a cutting edge sensor that NASA would use to track climate change.
The House passed the measure in a mostly party-line vote, and it now moves to the Senate.
The lawyer is known for his legal battle against A.T. Massey Coal CEO Don Blankenship.
The university will have 45 days to turn over materials deemed privileged or confidential and 20 days to provide materials that are not.
President Judge Dan Pellegrini says the transmissions are not public records just because they were sent through agency accounts.
Bob Casey says security provisions already in place are adequate; Pat Toomey says close the borders to refugees immediately.
The bill to bar disclosure of names of police under investigation in shootings or other incidents now moves to the Pennsylvania Senate.
The university’s production of “Jesus in India” blew up in controversy, but not because of the use of profanity and sexual activity.
First Deputy Attorney General Bruce Beemer told a Senate panel that he believes the office can continue to have the authority to function.
Keystone Votes initiative seeks early voting, voting by mail and same-day registration, which are already in place in many other state.
One change is that gates to Beaver Stadium will open at 10 a.m. for the noon game, 30 minutes earlier than usual.
A House committee approved the legislation to have a vehicle in place in case budget negotiations turn to gaming for additional revenue.