A new generation of Democratic presidential prospects is taking steps to strengthen their national profiles as they fan out across the country to help President Joe Biden's reelection campaign.
A senior adviser to Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro who abruptly resigned this week was accused earlier in the year of sexual harassment by a former coworker.
A Phillies fan and his emotional support alligator were denied entrance to watch Philadelphia host Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania State Police have seen a surge of applicants from people hoping to become state troopers in the month since Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro removed college credit requirements, with nearly half of the aspiring cadets previously being ineligible.
Police and witnesses say groups of teenagers swarmed into stores in Philadelphia’s Central City on Tuesday night, stuffing plastic bags with merchandise and fleeing, although police made several arrests.
A California man whom prosecutors say was fixated on arresting Democratic leaders and training for combat with paintball fights after the 2020 presidential election has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for his role in the U.S. Capitol riot.
Temple University says former president and current chancellor Richard Englert will take over temporarily as president following the death last week of then-acting president JoAnne Epps.
Judge dismisses all charges against Philadelphia police officer in fatal shooting during traffic stop.
A Democratic Pennsylvania state lawmaker has announced that he will run for treasurer in 2024, positioning himself as an ideological opposite to the Republican incumbent regarding abortion access and the 2020 election.
The pioneering Black portrait artist Barkley L.
Lawyers for a Philadelphia police officer who shot and killed a driver will press to have murder and other charges dismissed when the jailed officer appears in court Tuesday.
A Pennsylvania state trooper is facing felony charges for allegedly using his position in law enforcement to forcibly restrain and involuntarily commit his ex-girlfriend to a psychiatric facility.
Federal authorities say a plane that crashed in a residential street near a suburban Philadelphia middle school last year, killing two people, went into a stall and went out of control as the pilot was practicing maneuvers during an instructional flight.
Historians are racing to locate Great Lakes shipwrecks before a seemingly unstoppable invasive mussel destroys them and erases part of the region's heritage.
Federal investigators promised a thorough investigation into what caused a charter bus carrying a high school marching band to veer off a New York highway in a wreck that killed two adults and seriously injured other passengers.
A Maryland man who attacked an Associated Press photographer and threw a flagpole and smoke grenade at police officers guarding the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Many baseball fans, especially older ones, originally fell in love with America’s pastime by listening to ballgames on AM radio.
About a half-million people are regaining Medicaid coverage after the federal government says they were dropped inappropriately by states.
One person is dead and multiple people are hurt after a bus carrying schoolchildren crashed on a New York highway and went down an embankment.
When former President Donald Trump visits Detroit next week, he’ll be looking to blunt criticisms from a United Auto Workers union leadership that has said a second term for him would be a “disaster” for workers.
President Joe Biden ordered federal agencies to continue holding Norfolk Southern accountable for its February derailment in eastern Ohio and appoint a FEMA official to oversee East Palestine's recovery, but he stopped short of declaring a disaster.
The Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office can’t account for 185 missing guns, according to a report released this week by the city controller’s office.
Security improvements are planned at a jail in Pennsylvania following the brazen escape of a murderer who eluded law enforcement for two weeks before his capture this month.
Republican David McCormick is expected to announce that he'll enter Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race in his second bid for the office, this time to take on Democratic Sen. Bob Casey after losing in last year’s Republican primary.
MGM Resorts International says computers serving customers at its casino and hotel properties have been restored across the U.S. That's 10 days after a cyberattack led it to shut down digital systems.
The railroad industry is trying to make sure that emergency responders can quickly look up what is on a train quickly when they respond to a derailment.
Seven valuable art pieces plundered by the Nazis more than 80 years ago are being returned to the heirs of a cabaret performer, who was killed during the Holocaust and whose massive art collection was stolen by the Third Reich.
Authorities say a crash involving a school van and a car in western Pennsylvania left a teenage girl dead and sent three other juveniles and two critically-injured adults to area hospitals.
Pennsylvania state government will prepare to use artificial intelligence in its operations, as states are increasingly trying to gauge the impact of AI and how to regulate it.