Racial bias incidents were reported in three area school districts this month. Experts say schools should brace for more clashes and prepare their students to survive and counteract them.
A Western Pennsylvania judge has tossed out a felony assault charge against a woman who overdosed on heroin while pregnant and ruled that state law clearly protects pregnant women from such charges.
Three groups will host a class in November on how to run. But for a lesson in how not to run for public office in Philadelphia? You don't have to wait for that.
There is concern that the proposed Atlantic City Electric building would ruin the town's historic look.
Fixing the state's dysfunctional government requires changing some of the fundamentals. A constitutional convention can make that happen.
The president's daughter will press for the Trump tax plan, the White House's top legislative priority. The stop will allow give her a platform in a moderate part of the state.
Bing Bong will bounce into your heart
After demonstrations Saturday led to injuries to police and protesters, along with arrests, protests resumed Sunday, the second day of the Major Cities Chiefs Association's fall meeting.
The child was shot in the head, reportedly by a sibling who found the gun.
Naming hurricanes makes sense. Does naming winter storms? A study takes on the question.
A sniper reportedly fired on a group of people gathered at a basketball court in Chester.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Police in Philadelphia say a 3-year-old is in critical condition after being shot in the head by his 6-year-old brother.
The Fishtown Neighbors Association learned recently that a dispute with one of their own can be just as dangerous.
Quadir Sloan was arrested Friday night after leading police on a foot pursuit.
As Bill Cosby awaits a second sex-assault trial in Montgomery County, the former district attorney who declined to press charges against the entertainer in 2005 is suing Andrea Constand, the alleged victim in the case.