The bodies fell with alarming frequency in Luzerne County last year.
People here died at the hands of another at a rate of about every 2½ weeks through the year, leaving behind 20 corpses and grieving families.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s striking down of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) might have same-sex married couples worried about what changes are in store for them this tax season. But Joseph Nicola of Sisterson & Co., a Pittsburgh accounting firm, says filing shouldn’t be any more difficult than last year.
An arbitration panel's ruling could have devastating effects on health programs supported by Pennsylvania's share of the Tobacco Settlement Fund.
In 2013, America became the world’s biggest producer of oil and natural gas, according to the federal Energy Information Administration.
This month's state Supreme Court decision on Pennsylvania's major oil and gas law, Act 13, revives the legal challenge to a provision allowing health care professionals access to proprietary frack fluid formulas -- if they sign a confidentiality agreement.
An inmate found dead in his cell at York County Prison on Tuesday was being held here on an unresolved homicide charge at the order of a Dauphin County judge.
The fight over gay marriage in Pennsylvania went to the courts this year, and it hasn't been resolved yet.
Students enrolled in chemistry class at Wilkinsburg High School are being taught by a certified art teacher.
A state program created during the Iraq War to help needy military families is getting a makeover.