List by Category: Pennsylvania News

High Winds Do Damage In NY, PA

01.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

  There were live wires knocked down in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, with wind gusts there logged at 50 miles an hour. Emergency officials were worried that people might get electrocuted. The gusts were clocked at 35 miles an hour in ...

Computergate Trial Starts Tomorrow In Pennsylvania

01.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Jury selection begins tomorrow in the public corruption trial of former Pennsylvania House Speaker Bill DeWeese.  Opening statements get underway next week.  The 61-year-old Democrat is charged with illegally using taxpayer-funded ...

P.A. Governor Tom Corbett Signals He's Running Again

01.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

    In the clearest indication yet that he will seek a second term, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said Thursday that he intends to open the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show. That doesn't take place till 4 years from now. "I have to ...

New Test for Food Stamps In Pennsylvania

01.10.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvanians seeking food stamps will soon have to pass an asset test that state officials say is a way to weed out fraud but welfare advocates claim does more harm than good.

Pennsylvania Infant Injured In Fall

01.06.12 | Jeremy Miller

Witness Says Mother's Boyfriend Responsible

No Horse Slaughtering In PA

01.06.12 | Jeremy Miller

New Federal Legislation May Not Impact Keystone State

PA High Court Readies for Redistricting Fight

01.05.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania's highest court is making plans to hear appeals on the 2012 legislative redistricting plan.

Fat Hormone may Cause Dementia

01.04.12 | Bob Price

Could a fat hormone be responsible for Alzheimer's ??

Petition Circles To Strengthen Megan's Law In Pennsylvania

01.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

One group wants all sex offenders to wear a GPS monitoring device, be banned from public libraries, and post a sign of their offense on the door of their house.

Huge Coal-Fired Power Plant In P.A. To Switch To Natural Gas

12.29.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The plant has been operating on coal since 1945. Experts say it's part of a national shift-- to natural gas.

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