March 13, 2018 RSS feed / State

Women choose to go big and stay in Erie

ERIE (AP) — When others chose to leave, they stayed.  When female friends, colleagues and acquaintances continued to move to cities like Pittsburgh, Denver and Nashville to develop their careers and start families, these women chose Erie f More...

University drone program stirs enthusiasm

JOHNSTOWN (AP) — With the quick whirl of four propellers, a small white drone lifted upwards into a clear azure sky and, in a few seconds, was flying hundreds of feet off the ground.  It was on a mission to map Highland Regional Park while More...

Official denies estate access to parents of dismembered teen

DOYLESTOWN (AP) — A Pennsylvania court official has ruled neither the biological parents nor the adoptive grandparents of a 14-year-old who prosecutors say was killed and dismembered by her adoptive mother can become administrators of the girl& More...

Trailer overturns, sends crane onto pickup truck

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Officials say a tractor-trailer carrying a crane overturned in Pennsylvania, sending the crane into a nearby pickup truck and killing one person.  Allegheny County spokeswoman Amie Downs says the crash happened around 2:4 More...

Authorities announce pleas in state license plate ring

HARRISBURG (AP) — Authorities have announced pleas in a ring that they said made millions renting out fraudulently obtained Pennsylvania license plates.  Fifty-one-year-old Rafael Levi of Brooklyn, New York, entered open guilty pleas Frida More...

Two accused of waterboarding child could be reunited with her

ALIQUIPPA (AP) — A prosecutor says a Pennsylvania couple could be reunited with the 12-year-old daughter they are accused of waterboarding if a judge approves a tentative plea deal.  More...

Ex-constable admits soliciting sex from women with warrants

HARRISBURG (AP) — A former constable has admitted abusing his authority by soliciting sex from at least seven women.  George Bottomley Jr. pleaded guilty Monday to promoting prostitution and obstruction of justice. More...

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