A federal judge says the insurance carrier for the children’s charity founded by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky doesn’t have to cover him for acts of abuse.
The case of an eastern Pennsylvania school that attempted to ban breast-cancer fundraising bracelets that read “I (heart) boobies!” in 2010 was in court in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
It’s been nearly two years since the Court System began going after back debts, as part of a reform effort to combat chronic non-appearance by defendants in criminal cases.
The Children’s Television Workshop is tackling divorce. “Sesame Street” character “Abby Cadabby” is trying to adjust to her parents’ divorce which brings us some interesting questions.
A Trenton man who allegedly pointed a gun at police and threw his pit bull at them has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges, including aggravated assault.
Jerry Sandusky is expected to appear inside a central Pennsylvania courtroom for a hearing about whether his lawyers had enough time to prepare for trial.
Spanier’s lawyers filed a motion Monday that said the restriction in a Dec. 31 Dauphin County court order is impractical and may be unconstitutional if prosecutors can’t show he is likely to try to intimidate witnesses.
Two cases at the center of the battle over same-sex marriage are headed for the Supreme Court, and a local expert is sharing his thoughts.
Judge Thomas Gavin’s ruling comes after a hearing Friday at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte.
Investigators believe the man beat his son because the boy wet himself then put him in the tub to cover it up.
Lawyers for a death row inmate who could be the first person executed in Pennsylvania since 1999 are asking a judge to reopen his case.
The officer allegedly used a stun gun on the handcuffed teen inside a holding cell then used the acronym for “laughing out loud” in a text-message exchange with a fellow officer afterward.
Federal prosecutors say 73-year-old Joseph “Uncle Joe” Ligambi has been acting boss of Philadelphia’s La Cosa Nostra since Joey Merlino was sent to prison.
A northern New Jersey man and his nonprofit legal services organization have been ordered to pay $2.2 million for misleading prison inmates and their families into paying hundreds of dollars for legal services that weren’t provided.