Three Penn State University students were facing charges in a stabbing incident over the weekend that injured two students from another school.
A Winslow Township man has been arrested for calling in a threat at a South Jersey elementary school.
Police announced they have a 16-year-old male in custody for the shooting of an 11-year-old Sunday afternoon.
The Tullytown Police Department has been cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with an incident where a police officer used a taser on a teenage shoplifting suspect last year.
Police announced a Berks County man has been charged in the shooting death of Allentown man on April 8.
Three teenage defendants waived their right to a preliminary hearing — the first test of the evidence against them in a vicious brick attack on a Temple student and her friend last month
“We’re calling it an epidemic. It’s statewide in New Jersey and I think it’s in Pennsylvania as well, from everything we can tell.” Cape May Prosecutor Robert Taylor said.
On Monday, Governor Corbett signed three bills spurred by the Jerry Sandusky scandal and now two more – dealing with mandated reporting of child abuse – are headed to his desk.
Philadelphia Police are asking for the public’s help to identify and track down the suspects.
Flailing away with two kitchen knives, a 16-year-old boy with a “blank expression” stabbed and slashed 21 students and a security guard in the crowded halls of his suburban Pittsburgh high school Wednesday before an assistant principal tackled him.
After more than two decades on the run, one of New Jersey’s most wanted men is facing justice in Burlington County.
A middle school art teacher from Camden County has admitted to having inappropriate sexual communications with 17 male students over the course of five years.
Bank of America Corp. is paying $772 million in fines and refunds to settle regulators’ accusations that it misled customers who bought extra credit-card products and illegally charged others for credit monitoring and reporting services they didn’t receive.
Jay Stout, 54, and his “Flying Tigers” company, based at the Donegal Springs Airport, were found guilty by a federal jury in Philadelphia of cheating customers and endangering lives.
It’s a time-honored tradition on the road: drivers flashing their high beams to warn oncoming traffic of police tracking speeders.
Surveillance video captures people illegally dumping furniture, mattresses, and unwanted pets in Camden. Police were asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the perpetrators.