Nick Walrath, 31, who grew up in Point Breeze, had been living in Oakland and began working for a law firm.
With damage done to public and private property, State College police label the students’ actions an “unlawful disturbance.”
Study by The Chronicle of Higher Education found that 39 presidents earned more than $1 million, compared with 32 the previous year.
Commonwealth Court has scheduled a Monday hearing on a statewide recount petition.
Dr. Rachel Levine said it’s unknown what will happen but advocates need to remain vigilant.
The popular astrophysicist and science geek takes aim at those who choose to ignore “objective truths.”
“The Elections Board has no power or authority to conduct any further recount or recanvass,” said a filing by Republican attorneys.
The study found that traditional school systems are “surviving but under increased stress” due to rapid charter school growth.
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence will pay back $148K and change the makeup of its board under settlement deal.
Judge’s award follows jury’s award of $7.3 million to the former Penn State assistant coach.
The Pittsburgh-area McDonald's franchisee created the Big Mac 50 years ago, and later came up with the concept of breakfast at McDonald’s.
A former executive with a Pennsylvania potato chip and snack food company will spend more than four years in federal prison.
Green Party candidate Jill Stein is pushing the statewide recount, contending the Nov. 8 election was illegal and its results inaccurate.
Nearly a decade after state lawmakers rewrote the state’s open records law, there are a number of proposals about how to revise it.
Apologizes for initially doubting a former seminarian’s account of abuse by a priest
The Pa. District Attorneys Association suggests investigations be conducted by an independent agency; officers not be named unless charged.
Agencies often hire lawyers to help them deal with open records requests.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein filed a Commonwealth Court petition on behalf of more than 100 voters.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission expects about 550,000 hunters to take to the woods as the state's 12-day deer rifle season opens.
A survey of 25 public records requests shows only five departments disclosed at least parts of camera recordings.
For years, reports haven’t changed: America has a shortage of family physicians with higher enrollment failing to meet growing demand.
Government offices across Pennsylvania were quick to respond to hundreds of records requests in a test of the state Right-to-Know Law.
Warwick tried to ban the sport in a park in 2012 after the wife of a township supervisor and her dog were attacked by hunting dogs.
Crows have been gathering in large flocks in southern Pennsylvania for centuries, but have only been roosting in cities in recent decades.
Penn State University moved Friday to end another costly episode triggered by the Jerry Sandusky child sex assault scandal.
The state Supreme Court ruled Melvin Knight’s lack of a criminal record should have been considered by a jury that sentenced him to death.
Campaign manager David Cobb said Wednesday that they “do not have confidence in the integrity of the election results.”
Campus leaders say the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has produced “exemplary student scholars and student leaders.”
Former state Democratic chair Jim Burn says he’s weighing a challenge to the governor in the Democratic primary in 2018.
The bill opens the door for semiautomatic use for hunting in Pennsylvania, which becomes the 49th state to do so.
Mike Veon was convicted in 2010 as part of the state attorney general’s probe of corruption in the Legislature.
Release of report on pornographic emails vindicates some who, it turns out, were not involved in the scandal.
The report was to be the final chapter in a scandal that had lingered for two years, one that cost two Supreme Court justices their jobs.
More than 500 state employees get layoff notices after a dispute over authorizing extra funding for unemployment compensation services.
The man received the package Monday and opened it today, apparently believing it contained an inhaler or other type of medicine, police say.
New Pennsylvania policy gives hospitals monetary incentive to provide women after delivery with long-lasting birth control options.
Decent weather, stable gasoline prices expected to push the highest number of Thanksgiving travelers to drive more than 50 miles since 2007.
Supporters said the bill was necessary to protect officers and their families after shootings, which often draw intense public scrutiny.
The investigative report of pornographic, offensive and homophobic email exchanges will be released Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
He took pride in tackling large-scale issues such as cyber security, narcotics addiction, police-community relations and health-care fraud.
Glade Run Lutheran Services in Zelienople had been operating on a provisional license from the state because of past problems.
The judge who has presided over Jerry Sandusky's criminal case for five years is removing himself from the former coach's appeal.
100-plus college presidents, some in Pa., urge President-elect Trump to renounce violence, harassment
The letter was organized by Mariko Silver, president of Bennington College in Bennington, Vt., Inside Higher Ed said.
Some Pennsylvania Republicans hopes Beaver County native David Urban can play a bigger role in national politics.
The state said 600 people will be laid off from centers handling unemployment benefits after legislators failed to pass additional funding.
Authorities say a state trooper who fatally shot a motorist on a York County highway first tried to use a stun gun on him.
Gov. Tom Wolf signed legislation Tuesday that will allow the state’s more than 1,000 beer distributors to sell suds in any quantity.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission put six expansion project on a watch list for suspension if revenue decreases or expenses increase.
Erlean Hall signed an agreement, believing she would own a two-bedroom home at the end of seven years, but learned that was not true.
The study of 88 wells across the state revealed gas wells that are either unplugged or that are plugged but vented in coal-rich areas.