DA Seth Williams said Frank Fina, Marc Costanzo and Pat Blessington did not create the emails and regret taking part in the exchanges.
Lawyers for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane said the Disciplinary Board is circumventing the process to remove an official.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto will be among the officials who will back Ms. McGinty.
Ann E. Harris, personal assistant and secretary to Joseph Nocito Sr., is accused of helping him use his companies to pay personal expenses.
The state police announced that 83 men and women graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey.
Arya Singh, 20, a junior in the School of Nursing, died Feb. 8, 2013, after ingesting soluble cyanide crystals in her dorm room.
Ralph Bailets, an employee of the Turnpike Commission from 1998 to 2008, claimed he was fired for reporting wrongdoing and waste.
The more than 4,000 covered by the collective bargaining agreements will receive salary increases or cash payments effective January 2016.
The correct numbers from Wednesday night’s drawing are: 17 - 22 - 30 - 46 - 56; Powerball 16.
Eugene DePasquale, the state auditor general, said his staff will tally the delay’s cost for school districts
The “GRAPE PICKERS WANTED” sign went up recently in front of the Johnson Estate Winery, just over the state border in Westfield, N.Y.
Barry Drew served as deputy secretary of administration in the Department of Revenue from 1995 until 2011.
Republicans, Democrats and Independents in a Franklin & Marshall College poll favor not paying lawmakers until a budget is approved.
Prosecutors said James H. Short Jr. took cash, gift cards and meals from a distributor and a manufacturer of alcoholic beverages.
AG Kathleen Kane was charged Aug. 6 by Montgomery County authorities with leaking information to a Philadelphia newspaper.
The district, struggling with financial problems for years, is on the edge of insolvency and cannot make payroll, officials said.
Fifty-six-year-old Garry Flyte of Eldred Township entered the plea Monday in Monroe County to first-degree murder charges.
Most hospices don’t accept pediatric patients, and few resources exist for families needing end-of-life care for children, members say.
Roadwork will be suspended from Sept. 22 through Sept. 27.
Juwan Woods, 32, known as "Whiz," was sentenced Friday to 87 months behind bars.
An out-of-state inmate and registered sex offender released in error from the jail was detained two weeks later in Indiana state.
Only a small percentage claim an exemption to requirements. The larger problem: many children are not up-to-date on their vaccines.
Human service agencies are feeling a cash-flow crunch and some school districts have approved tapping lines of credit to pay the bills.
Pennsylvania began online voter registration on Thursday, an administrative move by Gov. Tom Wolf after efforts to pass a law lagged.
Kathleen Kane has 10 days to respond and make the case as to why she should be able to keep her license.
Perry Semelsberger remained jailed on the charges Thursday.
A man who once jumped a fence at the White House was killed in a confrontation with police Tuesday.
Anthony J. Fiore had served in the office since April 2011 and as deputy since March 2012.
Richard Schroeter, 43, will spend two weeks in jail, three to 18 months of house arrest in the shooting of Trooper David Kedra.
He was the first high school player to go straight to the NBA when he was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1975.
The Franklin & Marshall College poll found more hold the Legislature -- 54 percent -- than Gov. Tom Wolf -- 29 percent -- responsible.
The report says climate change can cause more severe storms, higher risk of insect-borne illnesses and significant changes to water quality.
Kappa Delta Rho, which owns the property, has been suspended and a different fraternity was set to take over the property this weekend.
The state Supreme Court released hundreds of emails and attachments sent on state computers it called “graphic” and “objectionable.”
Pennsylvania’s elected leaders appear to be still far apart from an agreement after eight weeks without a state budget.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane wanted the documents released — including pornographic emails — to help defend criminal charges against her.
Pittsburgh is taking its fight with the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority over gaming money to Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.
The Coatesville, Pa., man was shot and killed by a deputy sheriff after he wielded a knife and slashed another deputy.
LGBT Catholics want a more major role in the World Meeting of Families that is spurring Francis’ visit, but organizers are resisting that.
Maj. Tyree Blocker’s colleagues describe him as at the cutting edge of technology and trends in law enforcement.
The plan unveiled today would boost the cost of an adult resident hunting license by $20 over five years.
The DA said a man named Curtis Smith entered the lobby of the West Chester courthouse at about 11 a.m. and slashed a deputy sheriff.
Asked about the attorney general’s job performance, 54 percent said they disapprove of it while 20 percent gave her their approval.
Competition between Wawa and Sheetz falls along lines as clear as the Eagles versus the Steelers, with the latter shopping at Sheetz.
A teenager and her soldier boyfriend are seeking separate trials on charges that they conspired to kill the girl’s mother last spring.
A central Pennsylvania man pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in a shooting that injured a teenager who threw snowballs at his car.
Lawmakers says Pennsylvania should explore a state law to protect student data privacy and security.
A district judge held state Attorney General Kathleen Kane for trial on charges she leaked grand jury information and lied about it.
Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera said he did not know of any districts that wouldn’t be able to open on time because of the impasse.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled on perjury, obstruction of justice and other charges filed against Kathleen Kane earlier this month.