List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Grand Slam Parade Draws Thousands To Williamsport

08.20.15 | Bob Price

Thousands of people gathered in downtown Williamsport for the 11th annual Grand Slam Parade Wednesday night. There was plenty to see and do, as candy and other goodies were passed out to young and old who lined the street. Musical acts, marching ...

Wolf weighs GOP offer that includes $400 million for schools

08.20.15 | Bob Price

House and Senate Republicans put an offer on the table at Wednesday's state budget negotiating session to increase funding for schools in exchange for pension reform proposal that looks something like the one the Legislature passed and Gov. Tom ...

First Pennsylvania Democrat announces challenge to Kane

08.19.15 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane won’t step down, so longtime Delco prosecutor Jack Stollsteimer is stepping up to challenge her for the Democratic nomination in next year’s primary election. Kane, the first Democrat and ...

Man was worked to death on 14-hour shift

08.18.15 | Bob Price

A three-judge panel in Pennsylvania has agreed with a widow who claimed her husband was worked to death, awarding her death benefits after he collapsed during his 14-hour shift working for a municipal water department. Robert Dietz, 48, died ...

Wolf, GOP leaders have a shot to make progress on state budget this week

08.17.15 | Bob Price

It's been said that the players on the stage that is Pennsylvania's state government can always strike a deal when they want to strike a deal. This week, we should find out a lot about who wants to make a deal to reach a state budget before the ...

Kane ouster could come suddenly

08.17.15 | Bob Price

State Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane’s ouster from office could come suddenly and with no advance public warning if the Supreme Court takes emergency action to suspend her law license. It’s not known whether the court or its arm, ...

Worker Falls 70 Feet to Death

08.14.15 | Bob Price

A contractor working on a silo fell to his death today at a farm in Snyder County. Soon after it happened neighbors rushed to offer support and comfort to the family who owns the property near Middleburg. The Snyder County coroner says 32-year-old ...

Town says man can’t pay fine with 2,500 pennies

08.14.15 | Bob Price

A Midstate Pennsylvania borough is putting the brakes on a disgruntled handyman’s attempt at paying his $25 parking fine with 50 rolls of pennies. Chambersburg officials told Justin Greene his passive-aggressive payment of 2,500 pennies ...

A.G. Speaks About 'Porngate' Charges

08.13.15 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania's attorney general publicly defended herself against the criminal charges against her Wednesday. Prosecutors claim Kathleen Kane leaked grand jury information to get back at political enemies then lied to cover it up. On Wednesday, ...

Judge OKs $4.75M settlement by 'kids for cash' center owner

08.13.15 | Bob Price

A federal judge has approved a $4.75 million settlement by a businessman at the center of a Pennsylvania juvenile justice scandal. The judge on Monday approved letting Robert Powell pay that amount to settle the lawsuit filed by youths sent to his ...

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