HARRISBURG - The Pennsylvania Supreme Court bench will remain at five judges for the
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HARRISBURG - A woman who was assaulted and forced to unlock a check cashing
HARRISBURG - While officials in most municipalities have repealed local gun ordinances
PHILADELPHIA - The placement of a Philadelphia firefighter's photograph to illustrate a
PHILADELPHIA - After pushing back hard against state Attorney General Kathleen Kane's decision to drop a bribery sting, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams faces another showdown with another top state lawmaker by filing a petition Wednesday with the state Supreme Court to reject Gov. Tom Wolf's death penalty reprieve.
PHILADELPHIA - A defense attorney facing the loss of her business from an unprecedented judicial sanction can breathe a sigh of relief following a ruling issued by the Pennsylvania Superior Court Wednesday.
HARRISBURG - A Lancaster County attorney who pleaded guilty in 2011 to embezzling more than $30,000 from clients has been slapped with a five-year suspension by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, based on recommendations from a three-member panel of the Disciplinary Board.
HARRISBURG - Following years of inspections and investigations into the management of waste and storm water in the Susquehanna River and Paxton Creek, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reached a settlement agreement with the City of Harrisburg and Capital Region Water that will take an aggressive approach to repairing the problems.
HARRISBURG - Former Pennsylvania State Treasurer Robert M. McCord pleaded guilty
PHILADELPHIA - A jury in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas ruled Thursday in favor of a plaintiff who claimed a pharmaceutical company's diabetes drug caused his bladder cancer.
PHILADELPHIA - A provider of online company credit reports agreed Monday to pay
PHILADELPHIA - The use of third party insurance providers to fulfill the contraceptive
HARRISBURG - A company that oversees prescription drug reimbursements
HARRISBURG - An allegedly dishonest campaign advertisement from 2011 forced the
HARRISBURG - A payday lender accused of overcharging Pennsylvania customers
HARRISBURG - Following his no-contest plea to a charge of indecent assault of his law
PHILADELPHIA - The head coach of a three-time state championship high school girls basketball team resigned his position this week after a rival coach accused him of sending "poison letters" about her players to colleges, according to a slander suit filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
PHILADELPHIA - An insurance company says officials from a Pennsylvania township did
PITTSBURGH - An attorney accused of embezzling funds from the law firm that employed him pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to a charge of bank fraud.
PITTSBURGH - A western Pennsylvania assisted living facility says that an admission agreement signed by a former resident's daughter and his power of attorney requires complaints to be settled in arbitration, according to a lawsuit filed Feb. 4 at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.