List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Church Ends Gas Drilling

05.30.13 | Abby Lutcher

A Pittsburgh religious group has voted to end a yearlong moratorium on shale gas development on church property, which could clear the way for construction of a gas pipeline.

New Rules for Constables

05.29.13 | Abby Lutcher

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court has adopted the first-ever uniform rules for the elected constables who work for the judicial system.

Motorcycle Death Rate Increase

05.28.13 | Abby Lutcher

Since Pennsylvania lawmakers decided a decade ago to give motorcyclists the choice of whether to wear helmets or not, the number of deaths in motorcycle crashes has increased.

Historic Gettysburg Barn Opens to the Public

05.28.13 | Bob Price

Farm that was the scene of fierce fighting during the Battle of Gettysburg reopens to visitors

Kids for Cash Scandal

05.27.13 | Bob Price

The judge at the center of the scandal will not be granted leniency

Toomey worries about Sex Abuse Scandal

05.27.13 | Bob Price

Pa Senator Pat Toomey launches an effort to combat the scourge of sex abuse in the military

PA Senator reacts to Military Sex Abuse

05.27.13 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey is sponsoring legislation to make sure members of the armed forces who are guilty of sexual harrassment and assault do not go unpunished.

Spanier Wants All Charges Against Him Dismissed

05.24.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Former Penn State President Graham Spanier is requesting the dismissal of all charges pending against him for his role in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. He's charged with covering up allegations of abuse by Sandusky. He's also charged with lying to ...

Rare Copy of Original Bill of Rights To Go On Display In PA

05.23.13 |

A copy of the 1789 Bill of Rights is going to go on display in Pennsylvania. There are only 12 surviving copies. As part of the historic agreement, the center will display the document to the general public for three years at the National ...

Power Restored To Thousands In Twin Tiers

05.23.13 |

Power was restored last night to hundreds of homes in the twin tiers, after strong storms downed trees that knocked out the lights. 22-hundred people were in the dark in Chemung County, with Southport being the hardest hit. 15-hundred people in ...

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