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HANOVER, Pa. - Ask 11-year-old Jackson Corbin and 9-year-old Henry Corbin of Hanover why they are lobbying senators in Capitol Hill every week and they say, "We have to save our health care."
My grandfather, Dr. John A. Nark, had the nickname "Jawn" when he went to college and medical school at St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia.
Bill Cosby’s new defense lawyers asked a Montgomery County judge to delay his retrial. This is the beginning of the retrial of Cosby on three counts of aggravated indecent assault, for allegedly drugging and molesting Constand, a former Temple University employee, at his home in Cheltenham in 2004.
The mix of heat and humidity could make it feel hotter than 100 degrees.
NTSB and SEPTA inspect Norristown High Speed Line train carrying passengers that ran into unoccupied train early Tuesday inside the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, injuring 42 people, officials said.
HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf should start freezing spending on various programs because the deficit-strapped state government soon will not be able to pay every bill on time, Pennsylvania's ranking state senator said Monday.
The woman who accused a North Braddock, Pa., police officer of sexual assault had previously threatened to do so when the officer didn't call her back after the two met in a Cranberry Township hotel in April, according to court records.
SOMERSET, Pa. - When Angi Tennant arrived at her office on Friday morning, she spotted a small blue rock that read, "Shoot for the Stars."
The Franklin Institute is also rolling out four smaller telescopes, 32 Sun Spotters, handheld viewers, and four silver-black polymer tents for Monday's sky-high drama.
The National Weather Service says there are three issues complicating the forecast.
Since 2013, the city has "reserved" land for 44 potential projects, many intended for affordable housing. And the number is growing, in a process that occurs largely behind closed doors.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - The pilot of small plane belonging to an aerial advertising company survived a crash in a New Jersey marsh.
Authorities did not respond to requests for more information about the incident.
The university will hire new monitors to check fraternity parties for violations, and a moratorium on alcohol at social events continues until new members get educational programming.