Already, 50 priests have been accused of abusing hundreds of children over several decades in the Altoona-Johnstown area.
But there are investigations just getting underway in Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and ...
Representative Dan Miller's legislation would require at least one depression screening for each student by age 14.
Parents would have the right to opt their children out of the screening.
The settlements came to light last week in a dispute between the university and its insurer over who should cover the cost of the nearly $93 million Penn State has paid to 32 Sandusky victims since 2013.
There's legislation in the works in Harrisburg to make radar available to all police in Pennsylvania.
The police chief in Wyoming, PA looks forward to having the up-to-date technology.Currently in the Keystone State, only state police are ...
The deer, including one harvested by a hunter, where found during 2015 in an area of Blair, Bedford, Cambria, and Huntington counties where 10 other deer tested positive for CWD since 2012.The Pennsylvania Game Commission said all of the animals ...
More than 15,000 seedlings will be planted Friday and Saturday at the site where United Airlines Flight 93 crashed in an abandoned strip mine in Shanksville after being hijacked by four terrorists during the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001.
47 year-old state Senator Larry Farnese of Philadelphia is accused of illegally trying to sway an election for Democrats in his home city.
He's facing fraud and conspiracy charges.
The public corruption case comes on the heels of another ...
Luzerne County Community College will open a satelitte campus at the Steamtown Mall in Scranton.
The college will be located on the second floor of the former Bon-Ton store.
The Senate bill amends current law which states teachers with the least seniority are the first ones laid off regardless of their impact on students.
This bill uses teacher performance to guide furlough decisions.
It also prohibits a school ...
The deadline on a new spending plan is June 30th.
Northern Tier Representative Kathy Rapp says the House Republicans do not want to put "oppressive taxes on the people of Pennsylvania."Rapp claims Governor Wolf is using schools and school kids as ...