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3 hrs ago | ABC 27
Dauphin County Democratic Committee chose not to endorse State Representative Patty Kim for reelection.
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Jerry Wayne Ricks, 34, formerly of 1859 Spring Road in North Middleton Township, also faces charges of criminal use of a communication facility and obscene and other sexual materials and performances, according to township police.
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Maurice Rucker, 29, of York, was taken into custody Monday on charges of reckless endangerment, unlawful possession of a firearm, and carrying a firearm without a license, police said.
8 hrs ago | WPMT-TV York
Pennsylvania expanded gambling in the last year to allow games of chance in taverns.
8 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Moving the capital city's St. Patrick's Day parade to the weekend after the holiday might benefit downtown businesses - at least that's the hope of event organizers and local officials.
9 hrs ago | Law.com
Frigid weather this winter has resulted in more than cabin fever for some Pennsylvania electric customers.
13 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
HARRISBURG, Pa. - A prosecutor in central Pennsylvania says his office is investigating whether one of Jerry Sandusky's former defense attorneys stole "a significant amount of client funds."
Fire chief Brian Enterline said state police fire investigators determined someone lit items on fire inside the empty building along the 1500-block of Vernon Street at around 7 p.m. Saturday.
The 40th Annual Pennsylvania Home Show wrapped up today in Harrisburg. The four-day show kicked off Thursday at the Farm Show Complex Homeowners from across the state visited with nearly 300 vendors and exhibitors.
How do you pass time during fill up at a gas station? Well, a clever German entrepreneur has tried to solve that dilemma by opening a mobile salon.
Two Millersville University football players, including a district attorney's son, were expelled following an assault in Shippensburg, according to the Carlisle Sentinel.
Candidates are making their last-minute pushes to gather the required signatures on petitions, which must be filed in Harrisburg by 5 p.m. Anyone still waiting in line at the deadline will be permitted to file their petitions, said Matthew Keeler, deputy press secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of State, which oversees elections.
The simmering feud between establishment Republicans in Pennsylvania and the party's wing of anti-establishment conservatives is exploding into the public in a way it rarely, if ever, has.
During his announcement in the Capitol Rotunda, Sims said he can connect with the people of the district.
The National Weather Service said a storm Sunday into Monday could bring snow to most of the state.