It took barely four hours for the jury of eight women and four men to reach its decision on the former assistant football coach's claims.
Committee passes a plan forward that would create a School of Computing and Information. The board is expected to take up the plan Friday.
Allegheny County Health Department reports 129 cases in 2015; 93 percent were men; almost half of people infected also were HIV positive.
The university says the former assistant coach was let go in staff shakeup, not because Jerry Sandusky whistleblowing.
Pennsylvania Medical Society urges moratorium on shale gas fracking and establishment of a health registry and research on health risks.
The settlement allows victims to have their awards in hand by June instead of waiting years for a lawsuit to play out.
Gov. Tom Wolf must give final OK to measure that would ban release of a police officer’s ID before 30 days of fatal or near-fatal shooting.
House adds internet gambling provision to a bill the Senate had passed to temporarily reinstate payments from casinos to host communities.
Gov. Tom Wolf is poised to sign a bill passed by the legislature this week that will allow beer distributors to sell six-packs.
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley says Americans deserve to know the details of the $465 million settlement with Mylan.
North Shore parking monthly lease-holders need to be out of the lots and garages by 6 p.m. or face event rates.
Approaching election day, 32 Western Pennsylvania voters answer two questions that shape their views.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration blames a doctors’ organization for the bill’s demise. The doctors blame amendments.
The company said it has been “moving quickly to address the key issues that are critical to returning GNC to growth.”
The health system announced today that it was collaborating with the nonprofit Bon Secours in a joint venture to offer radiation therapy.
Later, the Republican unveiled a “New Deal for black America,” while the Democrat sought a record Hispanic turnout in the election.
Officials in Ghor province said the civilians were abducted Tuesday outside the provincial capital of Ferozkoh.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter gave the order following news reports that soldiers were asked for reimbursement that sometimes topped $25,000.
Published tuition and fees for four-year public colleges and universities this fall average $9,650 for in-state students.
Law enforcement made no immediate move after protesters rejected their request to withdraw from private land.
At Lizard Island, “around about 80 percent and upwards of the corals have died,” said Andrew Hoey, a researcher with the ARC Centre.
There were fears the death toll could rise further as some of the wounded were reported to be in critical condition.
Plus: sexual assault cases; U.S. gender gap ranking; Oregon juror dismissed; and more.
Fires set by departing migrants accelerated plans to evacuate the burgeoning slum.
The demonstrations came on the heels of a decision by congress to open a political trial against President Nicolas Maduro.
Plus: U.S. abstains on Cuba vote; Gambia plans to leave ICC; Philippine, Japanese deals; and more.
The researchers report that thousands of people were infected with the human immunodeficiency virus by the late 1970s.
It’s not nearly as simple as CRISPR, but it’s less likely to miss its target and could be safer for gene therapy in human patients.
A spokeswoman for the city said officials are “absolutely open to working with the CPRB to establish clarity.”
The Vermont senator is plotting legislation on proposals that drove his surprisingly strong presidential run.
Experts say that ending the commissions will discourage sales of the government’s online marketplace plans.
Plus: Ice cream is a treat at any age; and a free car wash for a veteran
"We've got two smart, tough women ... at the top of the ticket here in Pennsylvania," Sen. Warren said of Katie McGinty and Hillary Clinton.
Just before midnight Wednesday, the Republican-controlled Legislature raced to push through key legislation before the end of its session.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Wolf will receive bills on prescription limits, and bettering education for doctors and patients
Stella Kalaris, also known as “Yia Yia’’ died peacefully Wednesday at their home in Brighton Heights. She was 81.
Steven Cansler, 16, of East Liberty was charged with homicide and other offenses in the death of Daija McCall.
Grant will help the study of non-invasive ways to distinguish between aneurysms that can be monitored and those that are potentially lethal.
Jamie Parker will be sentenced Jan. 23 for her role in connection with the 2014 slaying of Leonard Butler by Derek Lee and Paul Durham.
Veteran defense attorney Stan Levenson fell asleep several times during the trial for James Nassida and his sister, who were both convicted.
The bill, which would allow the state to revoke vehicle registration for those who don’t pay turnpike tolls, now goes to Gov. Tom Wolf.
Henry Sciortino led the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority since 2004. The ICA board agreed not to renew his month-to-month contract.
The consequences of halting major fundraisers compounds the challenges facing a candidate and a party already straining to match the Dems.
The company said prescription medicines boosted its results while its top executive defended plan to buy Monsanto.
Chris Landolfi is seeking to raise money through GoFundMe to repair damaged property in State College following the Saturday game.
Activists say airstrikes in Syria have killed 17, mostly children, outside a school complex in the northern, rebel-held province of Idlib.
There will also be single-lane restrictions on West Carson Street between the Corliss Tunnel and the West End Bridge, through Nov. 10.
Now even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal.
The state's highest court Tuesday deadlocked on whether to keep alive a lawsuit by two former Supreme Court justices and an attorney.
Iraqi forces move more than 1,000 from villages near front lines of battle to retake Islamic State-held city of Mosul