Pennsylvania House Votes To Ban Drivers From Using Handheld Phones For CallsThe bill now heads to the Senate. 
Fight Over Cash-Paying Video Games Hits Crucial Stretch In PennsylvaniaArguments are scheduled for Wednesday before the state’s Commonwealth Court in a case given momentum by recent police seizures of the machines.
Two Teenagers Accused Of Kicking Wounded Deer In Head, Pulling Off Antler ChargedVideo of the Nov. 30, attack circulated quickly on social media and generated outrage, along with pressure on investigators to solve the case.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro Heads Into Re-Election With $3 Million In Campaign AccountHe spent $523,000 last year, partially offset by the $365,000 that he had left over from 2018, according to the report.
Bill Cosby's Latest Appeal Blames #MeToo Era For Sexual Assault ConvictionCosby filed the appeal with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which does not have to take the case, on Thursday.
At Least 39 Shots Fired At House, Porsche In North PhiladelphiaDozens of shell casings litter a street after a Porsche and home are riddled with bullets in North Philadelphia.
Police Investigating After Someone Releases Bedbugs In Pennsylvania WalmartA Walmart in Pennsylvania is facing a bedbug infestation after someone released the parasitic insects in a men's changing room, state police said.
Philadelphia, Surrounding Counties Among Most Dangerous Roads In Pennsylvania: StudyPhiladelphia County had the most car accident deaths in the commonwealth during a 15-year period with 2,422.
Smokers, Do Not Apply: U-Haul Won't Hire Some Nicotine Users Beginning In FebruaryBeginning in February, U-Haul will begin rejecting applicants who use nicotine in 21 states, including Pennsylvania and Delaware.
New Overtime Rules Should Help 60,000 Workers In PennsylvaniaMore than 60,000 Pennsylvania residents are expected to see a pay increase in 2020 as a new federal overtime rule goes into effect.
Pennsylvania Dioceses Offer $84 Million To 564 Clergy Abuse VictimsSeven of the state’s eight dioceses launched victim compensation funds in the wake of a landmark grand jury report on sexual abuse by Catholic clergy.