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After a 48-day manhunt, the self-described survivalist surrendered in an abandoned hangar. He’s scheduled to appear in court today.
In stepping down from the state Supreme Court this week, former Justice Seamus McCaffery reduced most risk to his sizable state pension.
Officials in rural Barrett canceled the beloved Halloween ritual and the annual parade because of the police manhunt for Eric Frein.
Among the 14 presidents, the largest boost was a 13.2 percent, or $29,078, increase awarded to Bloomsburg University president David Soltz.
The judge said Sen. LeAnna Washington's case is one "that will taint, that will cloud, that will obscure" the works of good legislators."
Under the state constitution, the governor has authority to nominate someone to fill the seat through next year.
Trooper Tom Kelly, a state police spokesman, says the agency returned the Mylar balloon to the Ohio Department of Transportation on Tuesday.
Burgess was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of a Beaver Falls couple six years ago is set to be sentenced this morning.
Trustees voted 17-9 against a resolution backed by alumni-elected trustees
She was convicted of using judicial and legislative staff of her sister, ex-state Sen. Jane Orie, during her campaigns for Supreme Court.
In a request filed by the Post-Gazette, the office ordered the release of emails written by Acting Education Secretary Carolyn Dumaresq.
Philadelphia Parking Authority officials vowed Monday to continue their crackdown on UberX drivers, impounding cars and issuing fines.
Air Force veteran John Yanik is in a tussle with the VA over bills for his two cancer surgeries because he developed a serious infection
Morgantown estimates the costs associated with vandalism and disturbances following the football team’s victory over Baylor University.
Justice McCaffery was a central figure in an ongoing scandal over pornographic e-mail messages.
State police said today the Ohio Department of Transportation donated the use of the large, unmanned Mylar balloon.
GOP officials mocked Wolf for what they call the paucity of detail he has offered for his plan to revise the state's personal income tax.
In light of the recurring scandals on the state Supreme Court, is there a better way of selecting appellate judges in Pennsylvania?
The decision brings closure to a case that last year inflamed tensions and led to calls for a schism within the church.
So far the suspect has threatened three different people. The incidents took place on Oct. 1, Oct. 8, and Oct. 26, state police said.
In a South Side appearance, former President Bill Clinton said Democrats must vote Nov. 4 to ensure Tom Wolf becomes governor.
UberX has been available in Pittsburgh since March, but just rolled into Philadelphia this weekend.
The Allegheny Department of Health will be responsible to monitor travelers from West Africa who arrive here for signs of Ebola infection.
Some 90,000 women now receive free family planning and women’s health coverage through a special Medicaid program that will soon end.
Travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea will be required to take their temperature twice a day and report results to health
The $114,000 fine is the largest the DEP's Safe Drinking Water Program in the Southwest Region has levied in 20 years.
The trip data was provided to the PUC by Lyft while it was under a cease-and-desist order earlier this year, but not disclosed publicly.
Representatives of Highmark and UPMC, and state regulators who brokered a deal between them, disagreed on many things Wednesday.
James Tully, 39, of Canadensis, he’s been stopped and questioned more than 20 times by authorities
Some $6.6 million will be given to 37 municipalities to fund 41 projects across the state.
The NCAA has dropped the governor from its lawsuit challenging a state law that limits where $60 million in PSU fine money can be spent.
The commonwealth argued that the 2008 Right to Know law still gives the state the right to set its own records retention policies.
The Wolf campaign said Clinton will lead a mid-day rally Monday at the IBEW electrical workers’ union hall on Pittsburgh’s South Side.
The two reported spottings, one on Friday and another Monday, have prompted police to shift their search area for suspect Eric Frein.
Law would allow groups like it to sue over municipal regulations related to firearms.
Governor expected to sign bill which will decrease revenue going to senior programs to 25 percent from the current 27 percent.
The measure was prompted by the pre-recorded speech Abu-Jamal gave earlier this month to graduates at Vermont’s Goddard College.
The investigation has found no signs of arson or foul play in the Oct. 3 fire.
The Community Blue Medicare Advantage excludes members from in-network access to UPMC.
The state’s oft-cited shale gas air pollution studies do not include data on some pollutants, according to depositions from DEP employees.
Republican Tom Fodi said Adam Ravenstahl hasn’t shown much leadership, but Mr. Ravenstahl said that’s because the GOP is in charge.
A woman out for a walk Friday night spotted a rifle-toting man with a mud-covered face near Pocono Mountain East High School.
Nuclear proponents say that extending plants’ lifetimes is more economical than building new plants. But the idea is striking.
A woman walking near Pocono Mountain East High School in Swiftwater spotted a man matching Eric Frein’s description around 9 p.m. Friday.
Pennsylvania’s economic recovery is slower than the rest of the nation.
Gov. Tom Corbett said the three people aren’t showing symptoms of Ebola and aren’t being quarantined.
The state Supreme Court’s lewd email scandal has now mushroomed into an alleged case of extortion, by one justice’s account.
Lt. Christopher Paris said today that Trooper Alex Douglass is “working very hard” on getting better.
Will ER visits among Pennsylvania’s poor rise or drop once they enroll in the “Healthy PA” Medicaid subsidy program? The answer: both.
Pennsylvania would be the third state to bar teachers accused of sexual misconduct from quietly moving to another district.