As Gov. Wolf unveiled next year's state budget, even while this year's spending plan remains in limbo, school administrators said Tuesday they are no longer just frustrated -- they're baffled and furious.
Pennsylvania and Delaware health officials on Tuesday confirmed their first cases of the Zika virus. Two women in Pennsylvania who recently traveled to countries affected by the virus tested positive for the virus, officials said. Further information about the women was withheld for their privacy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is harassed Tuesday by Vermin Supreme, a presidential candidate whose platform is to give every American a pony.
Since 1941, the Norman Gothic style chapel at Rosemont College has been a place of worship for students at the Catholic school on the Main Line.
When Temple University Health System bought Fox Chase Cancer Center in 2012, one goal was to balance Temple's role in North Philadelphia as the de facto public hospital for the poor with better-insured cancer patients.
It's only relatively recently that Philly has been made to look cool on film. With some notable exceptions, like last year's Creed,the city has more often than not served as a nameless stand-in for crime dramas or action flicks in need of a grimy post-industrial backdrop. Name that abandoned factory or burnt out block and win a prize.
Gov. Wolf is about to open a live-streaming Facebook town hall on his 2016-2017 budget proposal. But among legislators, cartoonists, pundits and the public, comments are already pouring in. So far, it's predictably partisan and not too optimistic about if or when it might come to pass.
The Delaware River navigation channel deepening project will receive $22 million in the Army Corps of Engineers current fiscal year work plan and $33 million in President Obama's proposed budget for fiscal year 2017 that begins Oct. 1, according to Sen. Robert P. Casey (D., Pa.).
A 24-year-old woman was killed after a fatal hit-and-run in Chester, Delaware County, on Tuesday morning, police said. Chester Police are asking for the public's help in locating the driver.
It sounds like a scene from a horror movie: A man is held against his will and tortured for hours, his muffled screams and desperate pleas for help ignored, until the ringleader directs her conspirators to take him to the basement and kill him.
Chester County moved a step closer Tuesday to joining several other Pennsylvania counties charging additional fees for vehicle registrations.
As Philadelphia police continue investigating a bar brawl allegedly between LeSean McCoy and several off-duty cops over the weekend, TMZ Sports published a video Tuesday morning purporting to show the former Eagles running back throwing a punch into a crowd during the melee.
A federal jury convicted a registered nurse on four counts of health care fraud Monday in a case in which prosecutors alleged she aided her employer in a plan to bilk Medicare out of more than $9 million.
Strange winter about to offer something completely different: extreme cold.
HARRISBURG - Hitting many of the same ideas that led to this year's stubborn budget impasse, Gov. Wolf on Tuesday proposed a $33.3 billion spending plan that would raise more than $2.7 billion from new or increased taxes to close a gaping deficit and boost funding for public schools.
For the second straight year, Philadelphia has struck tourism marketing gold. Lonely Planet, the largest travel guide-book publisher in the world, just named Philadelphia the "Best in the U.S." on its list of top-10 "unexpectedly exciting places to see" in 2016. The top billing follows up Philly's appearance at #3 on the New York Times' global list of 52 Places to Go in 2015.
A high school chemistry teacher in Chester County faces trial after allegedly soliciting nude photos and videos from a 16-year-old student and swapping thousands of texts with her over a year and a half, authorities said.
A Phoenixville man has been criminally charged in a car crash that killed a toddler and injured four others. Anders Opitz, 19, is charged with death by auto and assault by auto after he allegedly caused a six-car crash on Route 73 near Hays Mill Road in Winslow Township about 6:30 a.m. on June 29, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
A Camden County faces 15 to 30 years in prison after a jury convicted him of killing a neighbor in a dispute over the victim's chirping birds in 2012.
Where's the snow? Anyone expecting a winter wonderland when they awoke this morning was disappointed. Most of the Philadelphia region found just a dusting on cars and sidewalks today, but meteorologists said snow showers were expected on and off all day.
Joseph A. Russo was fired from the Board of Revision of Taxes in 2009 for allegedly manipulating a property assessment at the behest of his political patron, then-State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo.