The claim was contained in a document in a lawsuit filed by Penn State against one of its insurers.
His lawyers will be able to try to prove their claims that prosecutors leaked secret materials, lied about knowing a victim’s ID and more.
Governor hears from local leaders and those affected by the crisis on how to deal with the drug epidemic.
The study’s largest backlog was in Philadelphia, where the police department had nearly 1,300 kits that needed to be tested.
Greg Cammerata, president of Greensburg-based KeyTex Energy, says the company wants to build the plant.
Steam-powered train rides returned this spring for the first time since 2012, thanks to the restored Baldwin 26 locomotive.
The list includes 28 names that appeared in a March 1 grand jury report on decades of abuse in the diocese.
Members of the House Education Committee approved a bill that would keep school funds flowing if a budget isn't enacted by Aug. 15.
Retired 93-year-old surgeon Dr. Robert Baker of Greenville, Mercer County, finds new passion in sculpting, despite failing eyesight.
Memorial service held for officers that died in 2015 in the line of duty.
Judge is considering whether to order a hearing where Sandusky's lawyers can question witnesses about defense claims of unfair conviction.
Montgomery County DA’s office called the filing ”yet another chapter in her wearied feud” with former state investigators.
State officials said the increase takes effect starting today along some state roads and 453 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
The nonprofit expected to use $500,000 in state funds this year for career training, job counseling and hands-on computer training.
Officials have warned farmers that the allium leafminer destroys leeks, onions, garlic, chives, shallots and green onions.
John H. Estey will plead guilty to wire fraud, his lawyer and federal prosecutors said Friday.
The Superior Court quashed some of the charges against former Penn State president Graham Spanier and two other administrators.
Airline officials say one passenger requested a medical evaluation but did not need to be hospitalized.
The workers say they are forced to move equipment to and from work sites before and after their shifts without being paid.
Both moves apparently underscored the billionaire’s commanding position in the GOP race.
The Friendship Hill National Historic Site is a fascinating piecemeal architecture full of questions likely never to be answered.
A physician has forecasted fewer hospital admissions and capitated payments for medicare care.
Some long-term care policyholders of Genworth, John Hancock, Metropolitan and Unum life insurance companies will see increases in rates.
Rep. Mark Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in Philadelphia.
Real Alternatives has a $30 million contract to oversee a network of centers that counsel women to seek alternatives to abortion.
Obituary: Billy Paul / Philadelphia soul singer best known for the No. 1 hit ballad ‘Me and Mrs. Jones’
Known by his beard and large glasses, his career spanned for more than 60 years.
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services is reviewing an audit of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
The state Supreme Court today upheld a Commonwealth Court decision that rejected the paper's argument that emails should be retained.
John Kasich closed his town hall event this evening with a populist tone.
Male who traveled to Zika affected region had the infection in March
The Pennsylvania primary could all but seal the former secretary of state’s grip on the Democratic nomination for president.
The Rev. James Hobby, a Georgia pastor who got his start in ministry here, will replace retiring Bishop Robert Duncan.
Regulators said the project fails to meet standards that protect hundreds of streams, wetlands and other water resources in its path.
The legislation also provides for the state to borrow $2.5 billion to reimburse school districts for construction projects.
The Thon current and former executive directors cited stagnant growth from canning efforts, as well as safety of student participants.
Zappala supporters denounced the commercial, calling it a ”desperate” act by the Josh Shapiro campaign.
Spokesman for the embattled attorney general says Kathleen Kane had every right to exempt herself from her predecessor’s policy.
Lawmakers are seeking an Obamacare tweak aimed at keeping doctors from over-prescribing opioids.
Ms. Kane’s lawyers also decided Wednesday to file a prosecutorial misconduct motion in public next week rather than file it under seal.
National Park Service sites in Pennsylvania include a broad spectrum of special places, some better known than others.
At least three homes and 10 outbuildings have been damaged or destroyed statewide.
The 1800s railroad carried everything from cheese to whiskey, nails, tobacco and, of course, bacon.
The author spent just a few years in Philadelphia, but it was at a time when he wrote some of his most important works.
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services took issue with $680,564 in costs at the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
The former president traveled through Western Pennsylvania touting his wife’s credentials for the presidency on a wide range of issues.
Judge rejects her “Ambien defense” claim that she was ”sleep driving,” despite blood alcohol of .16, twice the legal limit for New Jersey.
During a brief hearing, the attorney for the state attorney general did not provide a reason for the decision.
They say a campaign ad by candidate Josh Shapiro distorts facts on where he stands on issues of reproductive health for women.
“The 15104” is looking to keep John Fetterman competitive in Democratic race for U.S. Senate seat.
Eric Frein is charged with opening fire outside the Blooming Grove barracks in 2014, killing one trooper and seriously wounding another.