July 5, 2012 RSS feed / State

Sandusky trial, emails may alter second PSU case

HARRISBURG (AP) — Trial may be months away for two Penn State administrators charged with mishandling a 2001 sex abuse complaint regarding Jerry Sandusky and lying to a grand jury about it.  More...

Corbett says budget signed on time, Democrats disagree

HARRISBURG (AP) — A top House Democrat on Tuesday challenged Gov. Tom Corbett’s claim that he and fellow Republicans who control the Legislature delivered a state budget on time for the second year in a row.  More...

Life of an art model

LANCASTER (AP) — Tim Rhodes turns 58 next month, but exposes no hang-ups on getting closer to 60. Instead, he exposes himself — and shines a light on an opportunity that many have never considered. More...

Officials says more than 758,000 voters lack PennDOT photo ID

HARRISBURG (AP) — State officials say that more than 758,000 registered voters in Pennsylvania do not have photo identification cards from the state transportation department, leaving their ability to vote in November in doubt unless they have More...

Former FBI employee claims she saw angels at Flight 93 site Sept. 11

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A former police officer who retired from the FBI due to post-traumatic stress disorder linked to her role in the aftermath of the Sept. More...

One of final Isaly’s restaurants fades away

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Isaly’s was once a ubiquitous part of the Tri-State landscape.  Now, the Isaly’s on Perry Highway in West View is one of the last of about 400 that is still standing. More...

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