To pay its bills Pennsylvania is counting on a historic gambling expansion. It has become a national leader in reliance on so-called sin taxes.
Marijuana possession arrests in Pennsylvania, excluding Philadelphia, have increased by 33 percent since 2010 - and black adults have been arrested at a rate disproportionate to white adults that is rapidly increasing, a new study shows.
A New Hope-Solebury High School graduate reported on the massacre for a Las Vegas newspaper for 16 hours straight.
Temple, Lincoln, and Cheyney Universities and the Community College of Philadelphia join schools nationwide in considering or implementing a no-smoking policy on campus.
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The Bucks County man convicted of sexually abusing six sisters from a formerly Amish family faces sentencing on 17 counts of child sexual assault.
Saying changes in state beer laws are hurting them, tavern owners want the state to approve video gaming terminals in Pennsylvania's bars. Casino interests object.
Under an amendment proposed by Pennsylvania's U.S. senators, residents of areas near former military bases could receive health monitoring to help determine how chemicals released in firefighting foam used on the bases might have affected them and tens of thousands of people nationwide who have consumed, used, and bathed in tainted water.
Local and national organizations are providing or planning aid for Hurricane Irma victims.
Mike McCreary's revelation to Joe Paterno that he'd witnessed Jerry Sandusky in "an extreme sexual act" with a boy was "the second complaint of this nature" he'd received, according to a CNN report.
This is the first price increase imposed by the LCB in almost 25 years. Industry advocates said they'd been assured the board wouldn't increase prices and called the move one more reason the long-criticized state liquor system should be privatized.
As applicants young and old flood the marijuana job market in states across the country - and Pennsylvania is now getting its turn - millennials are among the first generation of college graduates who can job-hunt in the legal marijuana industry.
A total of $70 million could go toward efforts to clean up water contamination caused by military bases.
Justine McDaniel covers vices on the policy and solutions team, writing about topics such as gambling, liquor control, marijuana legalization, and opioid policy.