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Senate Bill 4, a proposed state constitutional amendment, faces scrutiny in the House and may not make fall ballot.
Hillel has attempted to stop local chapters from hosting events that involve speakers or groups deemed to be anti-Israel.
The White House said Obama and the Pope plan to discuss “caring for the marginalized and the poor; advancing economic opportunity for all.”
The new developments emerged Wednesday as protesters marched to the house and called for the school to shut down the fraternity permanently.
Prosecutors say Sanchez-Osorio broke into the 23-year-old student’s bedroom, tore off her underpants and choked her until she turned blue.
Once the biggest predator in the Great Lakes, the lake sturgeon was driven to the brink of extinction.
Emily Selke, one of the three Americans presumed dead in a Tuesday plane crash in the southern French Alps, worked in Pittsburgh.
The death of seven children in New York City due to an overheated hotplate used for Sabbath no-work guidelines has Jews reviewing safety.
The letter was placed Monday evening in the mailbox of acting State Police Commissioner Marcus Brown, state police confirmed.
Joseph Amorese had just undergone surgery. A few scratches later on the “$7 million Golden Ticket,” and he was feeling great.
Senate Republican leader Jake Corman wants to recast two statewide pension systems in ways that Gov. Tom Wolf opposes.
Recent snow melt has failed to adequately recharge the groundwater under a large swath of Pennsylvania.
Authorities accused Hummelstown police Officer Lisa J. Mearkle of shooting David Kassick, 59, twice Feb. 2 without legal justification.
The U.S. Justice Department has faulted Philadelphia’s police for inadequate training and a secret shooting-review process,
The Attorney General’s office will contact UPMC or Highmark on behalf of consumers “depending on the nature of the conflict.”
The Democratic governor’s nominee, Marcus Brown, has come under intense criticism in recent weeks.
The action comes after last week’s suspension of a fraternity investigated for maintaining a Facebook page with photos of nude PSU co-eds.
Report gives state’s Chesapeake Bay cleanup program failing grade; 30 percent of farms have manure management and runoff reduction plans.
Gov. Tom Wolf is proposing to replace the fee on Marcellus Shale natural gas wells with a flat annual payment.
Police say repairs to targeted vehicles can cost thousands of dollars.
The 5.2 percent rate was slightly higher than January’s, even though 2,000 more people reported that they had jobs.
Trade groups at an advisory board meeting Friday said they are being held to stricter standards than those that apply to similar industries.
The nominee, Marcus Brown, apologized for tearing down signs that were critical of him.
Some female students say women cannot feel safe at fraternities and they’re taking part in the rally to help change that culture.
Some retired troopers criticize Col. Marcus Brown for wearing the state police uniform because he did not attend the State Police Academy.
Kappa Delta Rho was suspended for a year over allegations that members shared frat house photos of nude and partly nude women online.
Home addresses of public school employees are private for now.
Karen Bettez Halnon was arrested in Miami over the weekend after going on an hours-long rant about U.S.-Venezuela relations on an airplane.
The supermarket has issued a voluntary recall of seasonal cookies baked and sold through March 18.
The categories projected to bring in the most money include cable television, and higher education meal plans and other fees.
The lawsuit accuses Louis Freeh of damaging Graham Spanier’s reputation through the report his firm prepared for PSU trustees in 2012.
Allegheny County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert J. Colville said rules about judges avoiding outside influences could mean campaign money.
Rivertowne Brewing, which helped overturn the decades-old rules on beer sales, is among the first to market with a 12-pack.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald on Wednesday took his concerns about funding for 911 dispatching to Harrisburg.
Monday’s hearing was the first of a series of statewide meetings that will tackle the issues surrounding state and municipal pensions.
Officials say Karen Halnon started a rant about U.S-Venezuela relations about halfway through a Saturday flight from Nicaragua to Miami.
House, Senate bills call for school districts to be able to consider performance and economic needs when laying off teachers.
The governor’s proposal includes cutting business taxes and increasing education funding while meeting rising costs for state pensions.
A former member of Kappa Delta Rho told police the page had been used to share photos of “unsuspecting victims, drug sales and hazing.”
Police said Dion Dawkins and Haason Reddick were involved in a fight Jan. 17 at a party in Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties section.
Pittsburgh breaches have been minor, but UPMC, Highmark and others strive to fend off hackers hungry for health care data.
Gov. Tom Wolf wants to add another 5,500 slots for the frail elderly to remain at home and avoid costly nursing home placements.
Grove City College archivist Hilary Lewis Walczak discovered a collection of 175 World War II posters in a locked drawer.
Gun-rights supporters say the ordinance is illegal under Pennsylvania law, which gives the state jurisdiction over firearms regulations.
The Philadelphia school was on lockdown for about a half hour.
The Direct Democracy Party would allow constituents’ votes to determine the course of their representatives.
Reform Jews comprise the largest movement in American Judaism and have a broader role in the Jewish world.
Mr. Stolfer, president of Firearm Owners Against Crime, represents a movement that sometimes pushes even further than the NRA wants to go.
Gov. Tom Wolf is seeking higher and broader sales taxes. Why did clothes remain exempt? Because many, many people love tax-free clothing.
Officer Robert Wilson III was killed during a March 5 robbery attempt at a GameStop store.