AG Kathleen Kane is telling those with complaints to provide documentation on contracts, billing, and marketing practices. Her Bureau of Consumer Protection is trying to figure out if anyone has been overcharged.
The state attorney general’s office has charged a 64-year-old Pennsylvania grandmother with selling as much as 100 pounds of marijuana annually since 2009.
A Millsboro man has received a two decade prison sentence for raping a young victim.
Four men have been arrested in Philadelphia as part of an ongoing effort to target the online sharing, downloading and distribution of child pornography.
Gov. Chris Christie is nominating his chief of staff to be the state’s next attorney general.
Despite blistering criticism from state Democrats, Governor Corbett has decided to once again extend the bid by a British-based firm to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery.
At a summit on human trafficking Friday in Trenton, the State Attorney General’s Office described efforts to step up enforcement, awareness, training and victim services.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane says agents in the state have been getting numerous complaints about people –whether in person or on the phone – pretending to be employees of PPL or Duquesne Light.
With the man she’s pledged to investigate sitting in attendance, Kathleen Kane has been sworn in as Pennsylvania’s new attorney general during a ceremony in the state capitol rotunda.
Kenneth Stillman of Levittown has videotaped many weddings in his day, but multiple customers told 3 On Your Side he failed to deliver those videos.
Governor Corbett says he’s not worried about the probe of his role in the Sandusky case that’s been promised by Kathleen Kane.
For ambitious Pennsylvania politicians, there may be no better career springboard than the three statewide row offices that are open in the Nov. 6 election.
New Jersey officials are looking at newly released data and suggesting that their crackdown on synthetic marijuana and so-called “bath salt” drugs is working.
Governor Corbett is denying that the investigation of Jerry Sandusky was understaffed when he was attorney general.
An investigation by the New Jersey State Comptroller found that Shapiro’s Shoes billed Medicaid for over 300 pairs of orthopedic footwear, but gave its customers sneakers.