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It took crews longer than expected to put out the fire because officials needed to use foam to douse the flames; water doesn't work.
Police in Lancaster say a 51-year-old woman shot her husband in the hand during an argument on Tuesday morning.
A man has been sentenced to 20 to 40 years in state prison in the strangulation slaying of a woman found partially buried in the woods in central Pennsylvania a dozen years ago.
Five vacant properties in the capital city would be transformed into a theater, restaurant, art gallery and 175 new housing units new housing under development proposals facing officials Tuesday night.
The sound of shots and even shootings are nothing new in the area of 18th and Regina streets, say neighbors of a home in which a 10-year-old boy was shot in the face around 8 p.m. Tuesday in his living room.
A Lancaster man surrendered to authorities to face charges in a smash-and-grab burglary after a bar owner released surveillance video of the crime.
City parking revenue would jump 60 percent next year, according to projections for the $287 million deal to lease public garages, lots and street spaces to the state.
Police in Harrisburg rush to the scene of shots fired involving a 10 year old child.
Lawyers for Gov. Tom Corbett say they don't have enough information to determine whether the chief investment officer at the state pension system violated securities laws.
Down again - the lowest price for gas in the midstate is $3.27 a gallon - down 3 cents from last week, according to GasBuddy.com .
A bill to boost Pennsylvania-made products is winding its way through Harrisburg.
Garrett Brann had his first seizure when he was 6 months old. By age 2, the small, blue-eyed boy who loves trains was having up to 100 each day.
In this Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 file photo, Miranda K. Barbour is led into District Judge Ben Apfelbaum's office in Sunbury, Pa., by Sunbury policeman Travis Bremigen.
In this Dec. 6, 2013 file photo, police officers lead Elyett Barbour from District Justice Benjamin Apfelbaum's office in Sunbury, Pa.
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