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Published on June 17, 2014 - Page 11
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania lawmakers began preparing Monday to blow into a new fiscal year without a spending plan in place as Gov. Tom Corbett...
Published on June 17, 2014 - Page 11
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Eleven states in the eastern U.S. will share $102.7 million in grants from the federal government to protect against...
Published on June 16, 2014 - Page 2
Cops: Boy, 14, killed boy, 17 YORK (AP) — A 14-year-old boy was charged as an adult with criminal homicide Saturday after a shooting that left...
Published on June 16, 2014 - Page 3
Would-be cat savior ends up rescued ERIE (AP) — Authorities here say a woman who tried to rescue a cat from a tree ended up needing a rescue herself...
Published on June 14, 2014 - Page 2
Cop allegedly abuses power PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadelphia transit officer handcuffed a woman who complained about his cutting the line for...
Published on June 14, 2014 - Page 3
HARRISBURG (AP) — A new report says Pennsylvania’s child abuse hotline received more reports of neglect in 2013 than previous years, but fewer cases...
Published on June 14, 2014 - Page 4
JIM THORPE (AP) — A former mayor has been convicted of looking at child pornography. A Carbon County jury convicted Richard Corkery, 75, on Thursday...
Published on June 14, 2014 - Page 20
STROUDSBURG — It may have taken nearly 70 years, but Stroudsburg resident and veteran George Bush finally received his high school diploma. The 87-...
Published on June 13, 2014 - Page 2
Hitman hired to kill hitman? YORK (AP) — A man tried to hire someone to commit one murder, then tried to hire another hitman to kill the first one,...
Published on June 12, 2014 - Page 2
Suspect back from Mexico WILKES-BARRE (AP) — A suspect in the 2012 strangulation death of a Hazleton woman has been extradited from Mexico to face...
Published on June 12, 2014 - Page 13
ORWIGSBURG — The body of a Pennsylvania soldier killed in Afghanistan was escorted through his hometown Wednesday as hundreds of people lined the...
Published on June 11, 2014 - Page 2
Suspect wrote of apocalypse PITTSBURGH (AP) — A search warrant obtained by county detectives says the 16-year-old suspect in a mass stabbing at a...
Published on June 11, 2014 - Page 3
HARRISBURG (AP) —State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale plans to conduct a performance audit of Pennsylvania’s 14-state-owned universities....
Published on June 11, 2014 - Page 4
HARRISBURG (AP) — Gov. Tom Corbett says he has read a report from the state attorney general’s office on the handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex...
Published on June 10, 2014 - Page 2
Audit: Vets face long waits PITTSBURGH (AP) — Among Pennsylvania’s Veterans Affairs facilities, Philadelphia’s medical center has the most new...
Published on June 10, 2014 - Page 3
SCRANTON (AP) — Trial resumes this week for the second man charged in the murder of a man whose body was found in a sport utility vehicle at the...
Published on June 10, 2014 - Page 3
SCRANTON (AP) — Divers have recovered the body of a Baltimore man from a lake where he’d gone swimming. The Times-Tribune of Scranton reported...
Published on June 10, 2014 - Page 18
WILKINSBURG (AP) — A bell once hung in Mary Marcotulli’s corner grocery store in Wilkinsburg. Today the shop is boarded up. The roof is on the verge...
Published on June 9, 2014 - Page 2
Fire spreads to nine homes MOUNT OLIVER (AP) — As many as nine houses in the Pittsburgh area are believed to have been damaged or destroyed in a...
Published on June 9, 2014 - Page 3
LANCASTER (AP) — Subsidiaries of a pipeline giant that wants to build a $2.1 billion natural gas pipeline project through central Pennsylvania paid...

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