April 1, 2016 RSS feed / State

Sanders slams Clinton over speeches

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders continued his attacks on rival Hillary Clinton’s relationship with Wall Street at a boisterous Pittsburgh rally.  About 8,500 mostly young people crowded into the Dav More...

Man found dead in Megabus bathroom with needle in arm

STATE COLLEGE (AP) — A man has been found dead in the bathroom of a Megabus headed from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, and the driver says he had a needle stuck in his arm. More...

AG: Warden, wife took $132K to pay gambling debts

COCHRANTON (AP) — The state attorney general says a Pennsylvania county jail warden and his wife stole $132,000 from a Moose lodge, largely to cover losses they incurred gambling at the club. More...

United Mine Workers expects 5,000 at rally

WAYNESBURG (AP) — The United Mine Workers of America say they expect 5,000 people to rally and march in southwestern Pennsylvania to safeguard pensions and health benefits. More...

Man convicted of stealing patient information for fake taxes

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A technician at a west Philadelphia mental health clinic has been convicted of stealing patient information and selling it to scammers filing bogus tax returns. More...

Baby found safe following mall abduction

KING OF PRUSSIA (AP) — Police say a baby boy who was kidnapped from an upscale shopping mall in suburban Philadelphia has been found safe, and a suspect is in custody. More...

Air Force veteran gets Korean War medals

LOWER POTTSGROVE (AP) — It was not until he was an adult and went on a fishing trip to Canada with his dad that Ronald G. DeBlase Jr. heard any of the stories about his father’s Korean War service with the U.S. Air Force on Okinawa. More...

Villanova University professor charged with child porn

VILLANOVA (AP) — A Villanova University history professor has been charged with 415 child pornographyrelated counts after the university contacted police. Radnor police Lt. More...

Property values near PNC Park higher than rest of Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A real estate study has found that property values in the area of Pittsburgh’s PNC Park are 33.6 percent higher on average than they are for the rest of the metropolitan area. More...

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