PITTSBURGH - Management at Alcoa World Alumina LLC, a majority-owned and controlled global alumina sales
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HARRISBURG - A prominent Bucks County family law attorney and four members of her family have been
PHILADELPHIA - A former Philadelphia Municipal Court judge received a federal
HARRISBURG - The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has halted the possibility of any criminal charges filed
PITTSBURGH - Finding a Beaver County township's definition of a kennel too ambiguous,
PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Administrative Judge Kevin Dougherty has created
PHILADELPHIA - A former state representative for the 197th district in Philadelphia
WASHINGTON - The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will pay $48.8 million to resolve the federal government’s claims that it provided benefits to ineligible aliens in violation of federal law, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
PITTSBURGH - Two Western Pennsylvania men are among the plaintiffs in a class action suit that accuses one of the top banking companies in the world of establishing an illegal racketeering scheme that allowed it to make millions in kickbacks while taking minimum risk as an investor in mortgage insurance companies.
HARRISBURG - After months of chipping away, the last gasps of the harshly punitive consent decree between NCAA and Penn State University have been snuffed out after the inter-collegiate athletics governing body agreed to restore the football team's record under Coach Joe Paterno's leadership and allow the proceeds from the $60 million fine to remain in Pennsylvania programs.
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia School District and a third party learning services provider are on the
PHILADELPHIA - United States Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez has stepped into a
HARRISBURG - The constitutionality of a state law aimed to keep the proceeds of a $60 million fine levied by NCAA against Penn State has been decided several times by the Commonwealth Court and should not be a question at the federal level, according to a recent ruling.
PHILADELPHIA - A federal judge has handed out the sentence of the last of three former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges convicted of committing perjury before a federal grand jury.
FAIRFAX, Va. - The National Rifle Association has made good on its pledge to file suits against Pennsylvania municipalities that refused to repeal local gun laws that it says violate state laws by filing civil actions against the cities of Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Lancaster in their respective county courts of common pleas.
PHILADELPHIA - A former auto salesman claims that his reporting of sexual harassment by his female supervisor led the dealership owner and the woman's father to retaliate with the wrongful termination of the plaintiff, according to a discrimination suit filed at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
PITTSBURGH - A student's dismissal from the University of Pittsburgh's graduate nursing program was
PHILADELPHIA - A national transportation company says the owners of a business complex near the
HARRISBURG - The three weeks it took to propose, pass and sign legislation designed to prevent convicted felons from making public remarks that could cause the families of victims mental anguish have left too many unanswered questions, according to a federal lawsuit filed at the District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania by several media and civil rights organizations.