Police believe a 22-year-old woman died of an overdose a week or two ago, before her 10-month-old boy starved when no one was left to care for him in the western Pennsylvania apartment they shared.
Police say a Pennsylvania woman has conned an elderly friend out of $26,000 by claiming to have won the New York lottery.
Law enforcement officials now tell CBS 3 Eyewitness News they’ve received more than a dozen reported cases of child luring and predatory behavior.
Police in Pennsylvania were continuing to search for a man they described as “armed and dangerous” after the suspect shot another man at the suspect’s own birthday party and then reportedly fled to Ohio.
PennDOT says an error in the hidden security image on Pennsylvania driver’s licenses and identification cards may be causing headaches for some people.
A Pennsylvania woman is under arrest after police say she left her sleeping 1-year-old in her minivan in freezing temperatures while taking another child for a haircut.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has now installed digital speed signs to show drivers exactly how fast they’re going.
A bill creating the offense of cyber harassment of a child in Pennsylvania has the overwhelming approval of the state House of Representatives.
An iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile has crashed into a pole in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania is one step closer to an amendment to the state constitution that would allow judges to serve five more years before reaching mandatory retirement age.
State lawmakers believe they are close to enacting legislation that would require ignition interlock systems for some first-time offenders convicted of driving under the influence.
Hours after Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced a moratorium on the death penalty, the widow of a Philadelphia warrant officer told Eyewitness News she is devastated.
The Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association (PDAA) today issued the following.
Newly elected Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has imposed a moratorium on the death penalty in the state, calling the current system of capital punishment “error-prone, expensive and anything but infallible.”
More than one hundred students at a Pennsylvania school have become ill.