The city has “won” Gawker.com’s ugliest accent tournament, besting the other finalist — Scranton — in a reader’s poll with more than 54 percent of the vote.
Gov. Tom Corbett says three Pennsylvanians who were on a flight from Cleveland to Dallas with a nurse who tested positive for Ebola are being monitored in Texas and haven’t been back home since the Monday trip.
Rep. Marty Flynn and another lawmaker were walking to their residence after a late dinner with other legislators when two males accosted them and demanded their wallets just before 11 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
Jeffrey Hanson and his nine-year-old son, Billy, left Seattle and they may be sailing to Hawaii or another Pacific island.
John J. Katsock, Sr., of Yardley, voluntarily turned himself in to police in Mercer County on Tuesday morning.
State police were refusing to release the name of a 37-year-old western Pennsylvania man repeatedly stabbed with a 22-inch sword as they chase leads that the killing may be drug-related.
Rail service was suspended along SEPTA’s Wilmington-Newark Line after a person was hit by a train.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission issued the ban on Wednesday, one day after state police revealed that two pipe bombs were found in the woods where 31-year-old Eric Frein is believed to be hiding.
Gov. Corbett has ordered flags at half-staff in honor of fallen State Trooper.
The leaves are turning and there’s a chill in the air; all signs point to the fall season and hayrides.
Lt. Col. George Bivens said Tuesday the pipe bombs were fully functional and could have been set off by either a trip wire or fuse, but appear to be among items that were hastily discarded.
Delaware didn’t do half bad either, earning a semi-respectable ranking of 19th, but New Jersey came in at 42nd.
KYW Newsradio first reported Friday morning about the data breach affecting more than 100 restaurants across the country that use a checkout system from a Bucks County company.
Apparently, some residents in the area where the search is being conducted have received phone calls from individuals looking to solicit money by claiming they represent the Pa. State Police.
Farnese insisted something must be done to increase the penalty for criminals who target specific classes of victims.