Penndot spokesman Charles Metzger says it’s a busy stretch that carries about 34,000 cars a day.
When voters in New Jersey go to the polls this November, they’ll be asked decide if the state’s minumum wage should be raised.
A new York couple claims in a lawsuit that Revel Casino-Hotel’s slots promotion this summer was misleading and illegal.
The governor said it could be days before the fire is 100-percent out.
Philadelphia police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in which a little boy was killed.
Police are trying to identify a woman who was found unconscious Tuesday in Cobbs Creek Park.
The union representing thousands of transit workers in Philadlephia says they’re starting contract talks with Septa well in advance of the expiration date of their current contract.
School board members, parents, school super-intendants, and the teachers’ union voiced their displeasure at a hearing Monday.
Gov. Chris Christie is signing a bill barring licensed therapists from trying to turn gay teenagers straight, making New Jersey the second state to ban so-called conversion therapy.
Officer Edward Davies, who was shot Tuesday, went under the knife again for a second surgery to help save his life.
If you want to go to the Michigan or Nebraska games, you also have to buy tickets to Eastern Michigan and Kent State.
Penn State’s board of trustees meets today and tomorrow, and one of the items on the agenda is filling a vacant leadership position. Critics say this election will show where the power lies on the board.
“I didn’t really decide to become a motorcycle mechanic, that’s just what I did,” explains Adam Cramer, star of a new Discovery Channel TV show.
Police say it appears the cyclist lost control of his bike, crashed and impaled himself on a metal fence on Black Road, near MLK Drive.
“This won’t give us the satisfaction that there will never be another police shooting, that’s not the point,” Ramsey said outside police headquarters. “The point is to make sure I’m providing my officers with all the tools they need to be effective in their jobs.