Shaurn Thomas, 43, was exonerated Tuesday morning after the District Attorney’s Office agreed with his lawyers that the evidence against him did not support his 1993 conviction for a 1990 murder..
A new front-runner emerged Wednesday in the battle to be one of the two most powerful lawmakers in Trenton, as Democrat Craig Coughlin declared he had enough support to become the next speaker of the New Jersey Assembly.
Joel B. Glass is the first physician to be cited by the medical board for violating the state's Prescription Monitoring Program. One patient received such a volume of opioids that taking it all would have killed him, the Attorney General's office said.
The former Inquirer Building is going to become the new home of the Philadelphia Police Department.
Going beyond law enforcement, Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro lays out 10-point plan to improve substance-abuse treatment.
James Elijah Dickson, 45, maintained to the end that he had to shoot the three people in his house because they were plotting to kill him.
There's been a bit of a reshuffling among the most popular names for babies born in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Nationally, Creed surged in popularity.
Preliminary tests indicate they took heroin mixed with fentanyl.
The telecom giant will wire four towns, but a local official says an agreement leaves many others in the "dark ages."
The state House Appropriations Committee is asking former Gov. Ed Rendell to testify before the committee next month on the use of surplus money from the Democratic National Convention host committee.
The director of the city’s commission on veterans affairs was fired Tuesday after the District Attorney’s Office seized a computer from his office last week, according to the congressman.
Computing giant Apple announced Wednesday it will offer a new app development program and that Harrisburg Community College will among six colleges nationwide...
The person's condition was not immediately disclosed.
The killings - three shooting deaths and a fatal stabbing - happened across the city. No arrests were made.
Prosecutors say Anthony M. Harris shot another man to death in a Florence Township alley in September.