Barbara Hafer, treasurer from 1997 until 2004 and a former Allegheny County commissioner, is charged with lying to the FBI.
A judge will let only one other accuser testify at Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial in Philadelphia.
John H. Estey, 54, a lawyer from Ardmore, will be disbarred as of March 25, the board said.
Being a “constant checker” on social media could be hurting your mental health.
“I need to focus on other things, like college acceptances and all that other fun stuff that a senior is supposed to be thinking about.”
“We had a very respectful exchange with the senator,” said Jill Helbling, one of those organizing weekly “Tuesday with Toomey” protests.
Some people may think taxidermy is a dying art, but not in Pennsylvania, which has a robust hunting and fishing culture.
The cost adds up to about $234 per person annually, nearly 10 times the $25-per-person fee Tom Wolf has proposed charging municipalities.
Sen. John Eichelberger suggested at a town hall that such students should pursue vocational careers rather than being steered to college.
Sean Logan of Plum steps down from the turnpike commission, only to immediately quintuple his salary by joining the gaming board.
Penn State graduate student assistants are seeking union representation.
The Pennsylvania DEP’s recent approval of permits for its pipeline has emboldened more producers to commit to the project.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s review of the Sept. 2 fire found contractor Joseph B. Fay Co. had fire safety problems.
The state system also said future infusions will require the school to create a new model and revised mission to stabilize finances.
Some residents and three organizations of atheists, humanists and free-thinkers say the House has treated them like a “disfavored minority.
The former attorney general cost the state millions, most of it to a law firm for investigating the use of the office’s computers.
The unflattering audit of Moon and Curt Baker’s experience there convinced Wilson School Board to negotiate for his resignation.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey wasn't at an event Tuesday night set up by protest groups and billed as a town hall, so they stood an empty suit at
The FAA said American's systems at other airports did not experience problems.
Unseasonable weather starts maple syrup collection early but continued warm temperatures could mean earliest end to collection ever.
Results from the same research linked testosterone with mostly modest improvement in sexual performance, walking strength and mood.
U.S. Reps. Tim Murphy and Keith Rothfus have been conspicuously absent from town hall events during the congressional recess.
Beyond the numbers, they lamented the direction of U.S. policies and rhetoric that emphasize deportations and a sharp reduction in refugees.
Republican leaders have criticized aspects of Mr. Wolf’s plan but in general have sounded more receptive than in previous years.
President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos won’t have much influence over local district policy, experts say.
Replacement bridges in Plum and Monroeville will be longer to accommodate turnpike’s ongoing expansion.
Key Pa. senator under fire for suggesting inner-city students need 'less intensive' program to succeed
Sen. John Eichelberger, R-Blair, who chairs the Senate Education Committee, said his comments were taken out of context.
The Democratic city’s liberal politicians are seeing progressive policies being pushed aside by conservative body.
Two proposals — one in the Senate and the other in the House — will allow for involuntary commitment to drug treatment for users.
The gas boom has brought with it more pipelines and more pipeline cases of eminent domain.
Officials say services would still be provided elsewhere, but a lawmaker asks for a hearing to assess “details of a plan.”
This year’s total was an increase over the $9.7 million raised last year, but still lower than previous years.
Penn State’s Barkley finds a friend in youngster who defeated cancer during marathon weekend.
The revocation could become permanent once criminal and university investigations are finished, the university said in a statement Friday.
Jeffrey Sandusky is the son of former Jerry Sandusky, who was convicted of child sex abuse in 2012.
Police in Montgomery County are searching for a suspect who stole jewelry from a warehouse club using a complex maneuver
More than 55,000 U.S. bridges are in need of repair or replacement
University president H. Fred Walker gave a blunt assessment of campus enrollment, academics and finances Thursday.
McKeesport’s planning commission meets today to discuss the project that PurePenn LLC is proposing for RIDC property.
If Allegheny County and the state approve, the Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh will be able to add more beds.
Pennsylvania regulators say the the low-magnitude quakes appear to be linked to Hilcorp Energy’s fracking activities.
The Supreme Court nominee has the support of Pennsylvania’s Republican senator, while the Democrat want more time for review.
The bill has received significant pushback from medical organizations as well as women's groups and women who have had abortions.
A preschool teacher at a suburban Philadelphia Roman Catholic school has been charged with sexually assaulting a 3-year-old girl.
“A Day Without Immigrants” actions are planned in cities including Philadelphia, Washington, Boston and Austin, Texas.
Woodruff, who studied law at Duquesne University while playing for the Steelers from 1979-90, has served as a Common Pleas judge since 2005.
Dr. David Shulkin, who formerly worked at UPMC Shadyside, was the lone holdover from the Obama administration to join Trump’s cabinet.
Lower construction, overhead costs attract health care systems to micro-hospital concept.
But the number of members of these groups is almost impossible to determine, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The Southern Poverty Law Center report says Pennsylvania has the fifth-highest number of hate groups operating within its borders.