The Republican-controlled Senate Finance Committee approved the bill 7-5. Gov. Tom Wolf has pledged to veto it.
Eric Frein could be sentenced to death in the 2014 ambush that killed Cpl. Bryon Dickson II and wounded Trooper Alex Douglass.
HARRISBURG — More bills are emerging in the Pennsylvania Legislature to end or loosen a requirement that students pass the Keystone Exams
The House approved a plan that opponents say could spell the end of state-owned liquor stores.
Pittsburghers drive too fast and use their phones too much, EverRide says, so they tied with those in New York City as worst in the U.S.
MILFORD — Jurors deciding the fate of Eric Frein did not hear his words from the witness stand, but his laughter still echoed through the
No Pittsburgh-area school attained the U.S. News & World Report’s Gold Medal; six schools in Pennsylvania did.
Eugene DePasquale said the Department of Labor & Industry did not properly account for spending between 2013 and 2016.
Paul Mango has hired veteran campaign staff and is touring the state, meeting with GOP activists and others.
Nestled on a wooded hillside at Fort Indiantown Gap is a one-of-a-kind home - and it comes with a one-of-a-kind price tag to taxpayers.
Life on line, police barracks killer decides against testifying in trial's sentencing phase.
AG Josh Shapiro said that the “rule of law” guided his decision to refrain from joining an amicus brief opposing the Trump travel ban.
Jeff Bartos is a Republican committeeman in Montgomery County who has never run for office before.
The 2.3-magnitude quake was centered near Millersville, Pa., just south of Lancaster.
The penalty phase of Frein's trial was halted Monday after his attorney told the judge he believed his client was having a psychotic
State GOP officials expect health care systems consultant and Pine resident Paul Mango to announce his bid to replace Tom Wolf.
Commonwealth Court dismissed attorney general’s case against Golden Living chain’s conditions, which jeopardizes its Grane lawsuit.
Movies and TV shows have been dramatizing the effects of posting videos of such cruel, random killings for at least two decades.
The president will speak at 7:30 p.m. April 29 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg.
The move means Mike Stack and his wife lose a perk in place for decades -- escorted by troopers and chauffeured in a state police vehicle.
Sons and grandchildren remember life growing up with Pop-Pop.
Penalties and half of the interest will be waived if back taxes are paid in full by June 19, according to the Department of Revenue.
Four of the seven Rocky movies — Rocky, Rocky II, Rocky V, and Rocky Balboa — shot scenes in the building's first-floor commercial space.
MJ Freeway, a Denver-based software company that suffered a major hack in January, was awarded the $10.4 million contract.
Tiffany Dickson testified at the hearing to determine whether Eric Frein will be sentenced to death or to life in prison without parole.
Prosecutors want to charge the Rev. Rowland Foster with failing to report suspected child abuse in the death of his granddaughter.
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
The sanction against Sigma Alpha Mu will extend for at least two years and comes amid investigations into another fraternity, Beta Theta Pi.
Eric Frein’s lawyers gave jurors a glimpse into his state of mind at the time of the killing, describing him as a loner and “geeky guy.”
Questions focused early on the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, which is trying to ease lead levels and improve customer service.
Plan would shift retiree health care costs from mine operators to the federal government.
Changes won’t affect Pittsburgh’s larger stations, such as KDKA, although WQED will move to a different frequency within the next 39 months.
Records show he paid back about $1,800 he collected before he officially switched his address to Harrisburg from Philadelphia.
WASHINGTON — The government is launching an investigation into steel dumping and other trade practices detrimental to the domestic industry.
The bill will provide $15 million to the system’s Service and Infrastructure Improvement Fund.
The man who attacked a state police barracks in 2014 faces a potential death sentence, despite the governor’s moratorium on executions.
An Indiana Republican’s proposal to allow teachers to carry firearms moves through a Senate committe, but sparks a larger debate.
Penn State police say they're investigating two incidents in which people took pictures or videos of students in dormitory showers.
Police say a McDonald's employee in Erie, Pa. recognized the suspect in the killing of a Cleveland retiree that was posted on Facebook.
House Republicans point to gambling expansion and additional loosening of state control of alcohol sales as ways to fill a budget gap.
The American ling Association’s annual State of the Air report finds region’s air is improving but still among worst in the nation
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf says he’ll support six pieces of legislation designed to advance Pennsylvania’s “It’s On Us” campaign to
House Bill 153 would downsize the state House from 203 to 151 members and leave the 50-member Senate intact.
A state House bill would compel districts to use “restorative practices” or other approaches to end out-of-school suspensions.
A Beaver County judge had previously denied a petition from a man seeking recognition of his common-law marriage as part of a probate case.
Dr. Brent Clark and Carl Wilson are also accused of distributing amphetamines and health care fraud.
Steve Stephens was wanted on an aggravated murder charge in the shooting death of a 74-year-old Cleveland man.
The law leaves the organizations’ fate to individual states.
“It felt like I got hit in the back with a baseball bat,” Douglass told the jury.
Police reported getting dozens and dozens of tips, and nine schools in Philadelphia were locked down Monday.