Former Attorney General Kathleen Kane Faces SentencingThe sentence could range from probation to a maximum sentence of 12 to 24 years in prison.
Former PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane To Be SentencedDisgraced Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane learns her fate Monday in Norristown.
Former AG Kane Hopes To Avoid Jail For PerjuryKathleen Kane will learn Monday whether she is heading to prison over a feud that led the state attorney general to leak grand jury materials to the press and lie about it under oath.
Former AG Kane 'Humbled' By Conviction, Seeks ProbationThe former attorney general hopes to avoid jail time so she can raise her children.
Montco DA Objects To Kathleen Kane's Request For House ArrestKathleen Kane’s attorneys have filed a motion asking the court to consider house arrest.
Bruce Castor Moves Out Of AG Office, Bruce Beemer Moves InFormer Montgomery County DA and Commissioner Bruce Castor will be out of the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office at the end of the week.
Days After Being Sworn In, Beemer Fires 2 Of Kane’s Top AidesPennsylvania's new attorney general spent his second day the job Thursday firing two top aides to his predecessor Kathleen Kane.
PA Senate Considering Gov. Wolf’s Nominee For AGThey’ll return Tuesday to consider the governor’s nomination of Bruce Beemer.
State Senate To Reconvene To Consider Attorney General ReplacementThe state senate will come back next week to consider Governor Tom Wolf’s nomination of Bruce Beemer to replace Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Report On Probe Of PA Porn Remains In LimboBut his tenure as acting Attorney General may be brief as Governor Wolf has already nominated someone else to take over the office.
Should PA Attorney General Be An Elected Position? Local Expert Says YesPennsylvania’s Attorney General didn’t become an elected official until 1980.
Impeachment Investigation Into Former PA AG Kane Moves ForwardState Rep. Todd Stephens chairs the judiciary subcommittee investigating impeachment of Kathleen Kane.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | August 18Chris discussed the final day in office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, Donald Trump starting to run television ads in Pennsylvania and remnants of a jail found under construction at the corner of 3rd and Market in Philadelphia. He talked with Rudy Takala from the Washington Examiner at 7:20 about an internet bill in Washington and Philadelphia City Controller Alan Butkovitz about his report on excessive spending during the tenure of Mayor Michael Nutter at 8:00.
Impeachment Of Kane Still Possible Despite ConvictionKathleen Kane resigned as Pennsylvania’s attorney general on Wednesday. But despite her conviction on perjury and other charges Monday night, impeachment proceedings against her may continue.
Kathleen Kane Says Her Future Is Brighter Than Her PastConvicted felon Kathleen Kane was in her Scranton office on her final day as Pennsylvania Attorney General.