State police are searching for two men — one reportedly armed with a machete — after an adult bookstore was robbed in Pennsylvania.
PECO customers beware. Police are investigating a telephone scam now making the rounds in suburban Philadelphia. Detectives say at least half dozen people have already been conned out of thousands of dollars.
A Pennsylvania woman’s four-month fight to get her dog back from a central Ohio rescue group has turned into a full-fledged legal battle and Internet war.
The chairman of the Liquor Control Board is tamping down speculation that the LCB is poised to take action that could raise booze prices in Pennsylvania.
The State Transportation Commission has approved an update to Pennsylvania’s 12-year plan for projects that reflects a major increase in funding approved by state lawmakers last year.
Two Pennsylvania golfers accused of fighting over the rules had assault charges dismissed after they refused to testify against one another.
The victim has been identified as Dr. Robert S. White, a West Goshen Township Supervisor.
Police say a Pennsylvania man was drunk when he locked his three children out of the house and told them to go “look for seashells” along a dark and dangerous stretch of rural road.
An off-duty Philadelphia Police Officer died in a motorcycle crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Pennsylvania schools will have to make room for almost 400 undocumented children this fall. In Delaware more than 100 and in new Jersey, more than 1,500. In all, that’s enough to fill nearly 70 classrooms.
A 55-year-old Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges he tried to lure three children into his pickup by offering them candy if they’d help him find his lost dog.
Health: First Cases Of Human West Nile Virus In Pennsylvania And New Jersey; Higher Than Normal Amount Of Mosquitoes Testing Positive For Virus
Pennsylvania and New Jersey have their first human cases of West Nile Virus this year, and they’re both from our area.
Two golfers have been charged with fighting—including one who allegedly hit the other over the head with a 3-wood—after they argued about the rules while playing together at a Pennsylvania course.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one family’s story.
Penn Environment field organizer Sophie Grueterich says while Philadelphia has set a goal of producing enough solar power for 20,000 homes by 2025, more solar-friendly policies are needed to make it happen.