The defense for Graham Spanier opted not to call him to the stand, present evidence or call on other witnesses.
A former garbage company town in Pennsylvania is up for sale for $1.5 million.
As enrollment losses continue, the faculty union at the tiny liberal arts school has been told that “difficult decisions” are ahead.
Tim Curley, testifying in Graham Spanier’s trial, says his response to a 2001 complaint about Jerry Sandusky was inadequate.
Seth Williams is scheduled to appear in federal court Wednesday; he admits he accepted more than $100,000 in gifts while in office.
The legislation would allow $15 million from the state's unemployment compensation trust fund to be used on the system.
Some of the protesters at the Allegheny County Jail on Monday night carried knives, fireworks, brass knuckles and a handgun.
Pittsburgh City Council urged federal lawmakers Tuesday to reject President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018.
A state Senate bill would establish some of Pennsylvania’s first standards specific to automated vehicles.
While many mental-health advocates defend the ACA, Rep. Tim Murphy argues Obama’s reforms have betrayed those with behavioral health issues.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey wants the federal government to help these ‘grandfamilies,’ who are now raising 3 percent of the country’s youth.
Authorities say a man mistakenly sent a text message to a Pennsylvania prosecutor indicating that he wanted to trade marijuana for heroin.
The former Penn State president is accused of endangering children by mishandling complaints that Jerry Sandusky was molesting boys.
Investigators accused the city's top prosecutor of selling influence and offering to intervene in a case on behalf of a benefactor.
Five Pennsylvania doctors have written an open letter to state residents saying they are “seriously worried” about the health care bill
Police say a woman who crashed into a firefighter rushing to the scene of a fatal hoverboard fire was high on PCP.
Someone cut a hole in the roof and made off with up to $1 million worth of jewels from a Philadelphia jewelry store.
Testimony begins Tuesday in the trial of Graham B. Spanier
One of them allegedly was orchestrated in late 2013 by John H. Estey, the onetime chief of staff to former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell.
Big law firms based in Pennsylvania faced a reality check in 2016, as weak demand for legal services took its toll.
Support is falling off from Republicans in Pennsylvania, where 31 percent of residents are over 55.
Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the same bill last year, and remains opposed.
State road projects in Allegheny County this year include 123 miles of paving or resurfacing, plus more than $26 million in tunnel work.
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement official said that the agency “does not conduct sweeps or raids that target aliens indiscriminately.
On Monday, eligible participants have a shot at 258 rare bottles with one caveat: Thou shalt not resell.
There’s little evidence to show a rise in problems associated from legal gambling, but experts caution that addiction often stays hidden.
Private colleges are facing the same problems as public universities in Pa. — declining population and fewer high school graduates.
“This budget is a complete attack on poor people,” said Rochelle Jackson, public policy advocate at anti-hunger group Just Harvest.
One of two lines that runs through here would be cut, as service from D.C. to Chicago would end.
The former Penn State president’s trial will shine light again on who knew what and when about Sandusky’s actions.
Perry is the first Pennsylvania Republican member of Congress to hold a live town hall since Trump took office.
The former state treasurer testified on the third day of the trial of businessman and political donor Richard Ireland.
The former Democratic presidential candidate was the keynote speaker Friday night at the Society of Irish Women’s annual dinner in Scranton.
Former state Treasurer Rob McCord, a longtime Democrat from Montgomery County, abruptly resigned and pleaded guilty to extortion in 2015.
A Pennsylvania hiker is recovering after his left hand was blown off while trying to start a campfire on the Appalachian Trail.
The deaths, if definitively linked to the two-wheeled, battery-powered scooter, would be the first in the U.S. caused by a hoverboard fire.
A fundamentalist has been charged in the death of a child — his own granddaughter — from medical neglect.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto say other projects may be more important than the highway.
States need to pressure their congressional delegations to move in that direction, Heritage Foundation senior fellow Diane Katz said.
Rob McCord testifies against campaign contributor, businessman and friend Richard Ireland on the second day of the federal trial.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale called the legal action a “financial gimmick” to prevent auditors from tracking taxpayer money.
The rates were as low as 44 percent at Cheyney and as high as 88 percent at West Chester.
A 23-month-old Pennsylvania boy who was escorted by snowplows and state troopers 80 miles to a hospital is resting comfortably.
His comments kicked off what is expected to be several days of testimony at the bribery trial of businessman Richard Ireland.
The city Ethics Board board called attention to a 2015 ordinance requiring candidates to provide monthly reports about financial activity.
More than 7,000 flights Tuesday were canceled, including more than 2,800 in the New York City area.
At Pittsburgh and Philadelphia airports, more than 500 flights combined have been canceled.
UPMC agreed to affiliate with PinnacleHealth on Tuesday, the same day PinnacleHealth announced it was buying four hospitals.
Parenting takes on a whole new dimension in the wild, as nesting bald eagles brave the snow.
The National Weather Service has revised the amount of snow expected to fall on the Pittsburgh region this week to 2 to 4 inches.