McDonald's Drive-Thru Pit Stop Leads To Facebook KillerPennsylvania State Police say the manhunt for the alleged 'Facebook killer' Steve Stephens is over.
Voter Registration For PA Primary Ends At MidnightPhiladelphia's election office will be open till midnight, but officials expect few will take advantage of it.
Police Say Man Crashed Car After Seeing Spider In His LapPolice say a Pennsylvania man crashed his car into a utility pole because he thought there was a spider in his lap.
Harmony Prevails As Vazquez Takes Oath In Contested 197th PA House ElectionA battle is looming over the recent special election in North Philadelphia’s 197th state House district, but it was all sweetness and light when Emilio Vazquez was sworn into office this past week.
Feds: Monsignor Who Embezzled $535,000 From Delco. Retirement Home Still On JobA Delaware County monsignor is facing wire fraud charges from the feds.
Man In 'Drunk Lives Matter' Shirt Charged With Drunken DrivingCall it a case of truth in advertising.
Pa. Lawmaker Renews Push For Municipalities To Pay For State Police ProtectionA state lawmaker has added fuel to the debate over whether local municipalities that rely on state police coverage should have to pay for that service.
Volkswagen Pays Millions For Using Software In Its Diesel Vehicles To Beat Strict Emissions TestsIt's part of a $157 million settlement agreement between the automaker and the Attorneys General of 10 states, including Pennsylvania.
MontCo Community College To Offer On-Campus HousingMontgomery County Community College has an agreement in place to offer students on-campus housing.
Local Impact Of Republican Healthcare PlanLast week's report from the Congressional Budget Office on the Republican health insurance plan set off alarm bells for health care advocates, because it said 24 million Americans would lose their coverage.
Phoenixville Extends Anti-Discrimination Protections To LGBTQ CommunityPhoenixville, Chester County became the 40th municipality in Pennsylvania to extend anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community.
Research Shows Effects Of Ballot Position In Judicial RacePennsylvania judicial candidates got their ballot positions on Friday and for some of them, it may be the determining factor in whether or not they become judges.