After a wild, 38-30 loss at Harvard last week that officially eliminated them from the Ivy league title race, the Penn Quakers will look to finish up 2013 on a high note on Saturday when they host Cornell.
A day after voting it down twice, the state House Tuesday night passed an amendment that will pump major new funding into roads, bridges and mass transit in Pennsylvania.
Two state senators, one a Republican and the other a Democrat, are planning to introduce a bill to legalize marijuana for medicinal use in Pennsylvania.
A man was ordered to stand trial on triple homicide charges Thursday after witnesses described how he blasted his way into a municipal building and prosecutors played disturbing audio of the shooting rampage and its aftermath.
Lilly was a 10-month-old border collar pointer mix that became part of her owner’s family.
If you’ve ever been frustrated by customer service phone lines that route your question overseas, a fix could be on the way.
Two high school football players died Friday night in a freeway crash in western Pennsylvania that also killed a third person, according to state high school sports officials.
Police say a suicidal Pennsylvania man blew up his house after watching a TV show about the Hindenburg, the airship that exploded in 1937.
An invasive insect is attacking the hemlock grove where United Flight 93 crashed on Sept. 11, 2001, but officials hope a treatment plan will save the trees.
“When you’re talking about numbers in the low 30s and even into the 20s for approval rating, it’s difficult to overcome that,” political analyst Geoffrey Skelley said.
For Miss Francine, the process went smoothly at her polling place at 13th and Jefferson. But the elderly voter says she had a scare last week after hearing voter ID ads.
A bill to overhaul Pennsylvania’s charter school law would gut local control of the alternative schools by eliminating enrollment caps and giving universities the power to authorize new charters, opponents said Monday.
A potent and fast moving storm system is blowing through the region this morning.
Republican Party officials say Gov. Tom Corbett will be formally announcing his re-election campaign next week with a multi-city tour of the state.
Investigative reporter Charlotte Huffman goes undercover to expose the loophole that allows some offenders to stay off the radar.