Twitter users mock the team's ex-MVP for signing with the Phillies, only to miss out on the postseason fun.
Authorities said that for 10 years, professor Dr. Chikaodinaka D. Nwankpa submitted improper charges for “goods and services” at so-called gentlemen's clubs.
The education secretary is set to visit a Catholic elementary school in Pennsylvania that has an explicit anti-trans policy.
Pennsylvania state Sen. Mike Folmer (R) admitted to police "that he had received child pornography through his Tumblr blog,” according to prosecutors.
The disgraced Penn State assistant coach is appealing his 2012 conviction that ordered him jailed for 30 to 60 years.
Pennsylvania state Sen. Mike Folmer admitted "he had received child pornography through his Tumblr blog.”
The baseball team's all-star closer stands accused of soliciting sex from a 13-year-old.
Pennsylvania State Police said the couple spent most of the money on items like an SUV, a race car, two four-wheelers, and a camper.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette received $15,000 in award money for its coverage of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting.
Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.
Communities around the country are creating new, whiter districts.
The World Cup soccer star said she could take a hit in the NFL and deal with the pressure after a video of her practice with the Philadelphia Eagles went viral.
Morris Animal Refuge hailed "the huge outpawing of interest" in BeeJay.
Atheists, humanists and other nontheists can be barred from giving opening invocations before the Pennsylvania House, an appeals court has decided.
"He’s a chonk of a chonk. He redefines the term," wrote Morris Animal Refuge about the lovable BeeJay, who is looking for a home.
The World Cup-winning soccer star made it look easy at the Philadelphia Eagles' practice.
Mayor Jim Kenney said that Richard Ross' resignation is due to allegations within the department that the mayor felt were not properly dealt with.
Maurice Hill, 36, allegedly injured six officers during an hours-long standoff with police in North Philadelphia.
They were instructed: "No yelling, shouting, protesting or anything viewed as resistance," according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.