Court documents unsealed Tuesday say McNeil Consumer Healthcare, of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, will acknowledge selling adulterated bottles of Infants’ and Children’s Tylenol and Children’s Motrin. The company agreed to pay $25 million to resolve the case.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board issued an advisory legal opinion Friday that says distributors may sell 12-packs if the manufacturer designates it for sale as a 12-pack.
Plenty of people leave New York state but in a job-hungry stretch of upstate, folks talk about staying put and seceding to Pennsylvania.
Will MLS season start on time? And if it does, will the Philadelphia Union be ready? These are the questions we try to answer on the KYW Philly Soccer Show.
The feather-ruffling incident happened at around 6:30 a.m. Thursday on Interstate 80 in Nescopeck Township, near Berwick.
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The students were given puzzles based on the erotic novel and movie “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The puzzles contained terms including “spanking,” ”submissive,” ”leather cuffs” and “bondage.”
A Pennsylvania appeals court says a special education teacher shouldn’t have been fired for hanging an “I abuse animals” sign around the neck of an autistic, mentally challenged 14-year-old who hit a goat during a petting zoo field trip.
The research, which was conducted by the Pew Charitable Trusts, reveals that the states that have the loosest vaccine requirements have lower rates of vaccination.
Police say Lancaster allowed her 13-year-old son to take the blame for stealing the items — about $95 worth of makeup, hair care products and drinks — when police were first called by an employee of the CVS Pharmacy store Tuesday night.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is warning Pa. residents about a common telephone scam that often crops up during tax season.
According to new research from Public Policy Polling, 59% of Pennsylvanians say they like Phil, and only 12% have a negative opinion of him.
McCord’s office said Thursday his last day will be Feb. 12.
A new report reveals the majority of America’s public school students now come from low-income families.