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State officials are warning Pennsylvania residents to be aware of an electricity-related scam.
A disabled 78-year-old church deacon living quietly in Texas was arrested Monday by federal agents who said he committed a murder 33 years ago and 2,092 kilometres away.
" Dead End: Suburban Sprawl and the Rebirth of American Urbanism " is a new book by Ben Ross, longtime president of Maryland's Action Committee for Transit and a frequent contributor to Greater Greater Washington .
A local chapter of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan launched a neighborhood watch in the area of Ridge Road in Fairview Township in response to a recent rash of break-ins, said Frank Ancona, the organization's imperial wizard and president.
That's Rep. Allyson Schwartz , who's now running in a competitive primary for Pennsylvania governor, and running hard on her support for the Affordable Care Act and-crucially-Medicaid expansion.
How can police officers tell the difference between someone who is texting while driving, which is illegal in Pennsylvania, or dialing a phone number, which is not? Usually, they can't.
Dear Constituent, Sen. FarneseI want to thank all the seniors who attended my Senior Expo at South Philly High School.
"I always like to focus on the silence of good people. There is a lot of silence when these events happen."
Lawmakers on the country's largest American Indian reservation will consider a bill this week that could resurrect a proposal for a junk food tax.
Pennsylvania's Medicaid enrollment is up by more than 18,000 people since the Oct. 1 launch of the Affordable Care Act's online health plan marketplaces.
As I climbed into the driver's seat, I heard a voice from the back of the van say, 'I love going on... ARDMORE, Pa.
Drivers of electric cars who use the Pennsylvania Turnpike can now recharge their batteries at two of the highway's service plazas.
State police said 37-year-old Matthew H. Keebler, of Oxford, was traveling southbound and drifted into the northbound lane before his 1988 Honda Civic collided with an oncoming truck in Little Britain Township.
In a bright spot for Pennsylvania manufacturing, employers added 1,300 jobs in the sector in March, reversing four consecutive months of job losses.
U.S. Marshal Martin J. Pane announced today the U.S. Marshals Service arrested a Pennsylvania fugitive in Texas who was wanted for more than 30 years on a 1981 murder charge.
The plaintiffs in a challenge to Pennsylvania's law banning same-sex marriage are changing strategy and now asking a federal judge to make an immediate decision in their case.
Lawyers challenging Pennsylvania's ban on marriage for same-sex couples filed a motion today asking a federal judge to decide the case on the briefs alone rather than waiting for a previously scheduled June trial.