Sting Probe Of Philadelphia Politicians Yields Another Guilty PleaThe guilty plea to one count of conflict of interest entered by Michelle Brownlee comes just a week after guilty pleas from Representative Ronald Waters and former lawmaker Harold James.
Pa. Trainer Gets 6 Months For Drugging Horses, Rigging Races A central Pennsylvania horse trainer has been sentenced to 6 months in prison for rigging races by drugging up his rides.
Alligator Found Roaming Produce Section Inside Pennsylvania SupermarketIn a supermarket produce section, you expect to find apples, bananas and grapes. But how about an alligator?
Former Penn State President Files Complaint, Asks Judge To Halt Criminal CaseSpanier's lawyers filed a complaint in federal court in Harrisburg Monday that says his case was "undertaken in bad faith" and that it violates his constitutional right to due process of law.
3 Ex-Penn State Officials Set To Go Before JudgePenn State’s former president and two other former top administrators will be the subject of a preliminary hearing today on charges they conspired to cover up Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of children.
Man Dies During Triathlon In HarrisburgA coroner is investigating after a man who had been competing in a Harrisburg triathlon died after suffering medical problem while in the water.
Pa. Man Sentenced For Death Of Son Found Unresponsive In BathtubInvestigators believe the man beat his son because the boy wet himself then put him in the tub to cover it up.
Dauphin County Man Claims Bigfoot Damaged His CarA central Pennsylvania man is giving state police a lead as they look into who might have damaged his 1973 Winnebago: A bigfoot.
Pa. Turnpike Reopened Between Reading And HarrisburgThe Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission says that it has reopened the toll road between the Reading Interchange and the Harrisburg East Interchange.
Former House Speaker Perzel To Plead Guilty In Corruption CaseThe former House Speaker, a Philadelphia Republican, is scheduled to change his pleas from innocent to guilty on corruption charges at a hearing in Harrisburg on Wednesday.
Pennsylvania Officials Blame 3 Deaths On IrenePennsylvania officials are reporting Hurricane Irene has caused three deaths in the state.
Heater Suspected In Pa. Fire That Killed 5Investigators looking into a central Pennsylvania row home fire that killed four young children and a woman have zeroed in on a first-floor space heater, a dead battery in a smoke detector and nailed-shut windows, officials said Tuesday.