New state law allows distributors to sell any amount of beer, including growlers to go, but they’re a little late to that party.
The states will work with universities to jointly develop policies, research and facilities for self-driving and connected vehicles.
Combined gross revenue from table games and slot machines hit $3.21 billion last year — the most ever — the Gaming Control Board announced.
Two neighboring Pennsylvania counties, one struggling and one wealthy, view Trump's impending presidency in sharply different ways.
Authorities say the deaths, which occurred in Beaver Falls and New Brighton, are the first in Pennsylvania to be linked to carfentanil.
Pennsylvania Attorney General-elect Josh Shapiro and Treasurer-elect Joe Torsella, both Democrats, will be sworn into office today.
Graham Spanier is suing Mr. Freeh over the 2012 report he issued on Penn State’s handling of the Jerry Sandusky sex assault case.
The state’s 1,200 distributors can now sell beer in any quantity, including individual 32-ounce bottles, six-packs and growlers.
The potential for a lean budget has stoked alarm in some quarters, including county governments. The proposal will be released Feb. 7.
Earlier this month, the man known on the wrestling circuit for his dives was found not competent to stand trial in a 1983 death.
PHILADELPHIA — Health officials say drug overdose deaths in Philadelphia surged to 900 in 2016, a 30 percent increase from the previous
The Brookline-based Democrat says safety and specialized inmate services are good arguments for keeping the lockup open.
Michigan billionaire Betsy DeVos, the nominee for education secretary, has spent millions to support charters and school choice.
Two state officials said State Police Commissioner Tyree Blocker told agency managers he believes the testing slows down the hiring process.
The Department of Defense is announcing today that a new $250 million robotics research facility will be based in Pittsburgh.
A high school is apologizing after students were given a math assignment that asked which relative had sexually assaulted a girl.
A Pennsylvania businessman wants to build a harness racing track and casino near Gettysburg.
Several highways and other roads are closed in parts of northwestern Pennsylvania due to flooding caused by heavy rains and runoff.
Pennsylvania State Police discovered stolen fireworks in an employee’s home in 2014, prompting an investigation by the ATF.
Officials said applicants vying to become troopers will no longer undergo polygraph testing as part of an extensive background check.
The pileup closed a 12-mile stretch of the eastbound lanes until 9:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Survey responses say companies would welcome end to some administrative burdens and fees.
Regulators can only add up penalties for the days industrial waste is spilled, not how long it remains in state waters, the court said.
The Hamburg State Center is in Berks County is home to about 80 residents and will close over a period of 18 to 24 months, officials said.
The AG says it's settled a dispute with a law firm over its bill for reviewing explicit and objectionable emails on the agency's computers.
Wagner, 61, took office after winning a 2014 special election as a write-in candidate.
Josh Shapiro said under his tenure as attorney general the office will include more consumer protection efforts.
In a legal filing, the government provided fresh information about the probe that led to Richard Ireland’s indictment this summer.
Sen. Bob Casey and other Democrats propose requiring the president to cash out financial holdings that could pose a conflict of interest.
SCI Pittsburgh was mothballed in 2005 but was reopened in 2007 as the inmate population rose statewide.
Penn State’s costs related to the Jerry Sandusky scandal are approaching a quarter-billion dollars and growing after five years.
William Lynn was the first Roman Catholic Church official in the U.S. convicted for supervising priests accused of molesting children.
The five prisons on the list are Frackville, Mercer, Pittsburgh, Retreat and Waymart.
Democrat Josh Shapiro announced Friday that Eric Fillman will create and direct training for all employees in the attorney general’s office.
Christopher Fiorentino had been the school’s interim president since April and has been at West Chester since 2013.
Thousands attend the funeral for Trooper Landon Weaver, 23, a first-year officer shot in the line of duty on Friday.
The state Democratic chairman hopes to convene a Judicial Review Committee within the next two weeks.
In a recent filing, Kathleen Kane’s lawyer challenges the use of a special prosecutor to investigate leak of grand jury material.
State police shot and killed the suspect in Trooper Landon Weaver’s death, Jason Robison, after an overnight manhunt.
The rule change came on the day state Rep. Leslie Acosta, D-Philadelphia, resigned after pleading guilty to a federal corruption charge.
PennDOT has filed a joint application on behalf of Pittsburgh, Penn State and Pocono Raceway with the federal Department of Transportation.
As Republican lawmakers in Washington gear up to tear down the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Sen. Robert Casey is striving to hold it together.
Rob Gleason rose to statewide prominence from his perch as Cambria County’s chair, a post he inherited from his father.
The newest class of Pennsylvania state lawmakers are headed to the state Capitol for swearing-in ceremonies.
The “Scott Wagner for Governor” committee was registered with the Department of State on Dec. 23.
Six people were killed and 13 injured when a Salvation Army thrift store building collapsed in 2013.
The Justice Department ordered all 93 U.S. attorneys to come up with a strategy for combating overdose deaths from heroin and painkillers.
Some group homes for recovering drug addicts can hobble the recovery process, said Natalia Rudiak, a Pittsburgh City Council member.
Court watchers are eager for the U.S. Senate to confirm judges for the Western District of Pennsylvania, where caseloads are heavy.
A Delaware man wounded in an attack at a New Year's Eve celebration in Istanbul says he survived the attack by playing dead