Call it a mayoral race mystery.
Just how did former State Sen. T. Milton Street Sr. come to sign the nomination petition for former City Councilman Jim Kenney last week?
Philadelphia's plan to bring in new revenue by requiring nonprofits and charities to justify their tax exempt status is not receiving a warm reception.
PennDOT is replacing some driver's licenses after discovering a vendor error in the laminate caused them to lack a security image that shows up under black light.
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Where there's smoke, there's fire. But fog signals art, as Pittsburgh firefighters are quickly learning.
As she knocks on doors and circulates petitions in her candidacy for Philadelphia City Council over the next 10 days or so, State Rep. Cherelle L. Parker may find herself having to campaign without a driver's license.
BELLEVUE, Pa. (AP) - The case against single mother who police say tried to rob $40,000 from a Pennsylvania bank by claiming to have a bomb in her car at a drive-thru teller window is headed for court.
A hung jury resulted last spring in the mistrial of Rev. Andrew McCormick on child sex-assault charges. Lawyers in the retrial that started this week spent parts of four days to select a jury before opening arguments could be heard Thursday afternoon.
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives for the second time in as many years passed a bill that would privatize the oft-maligned state-run wine and liquor stores.
There was some disconnect between the mayoral candidates' questionnaires and their interviews following the PFT endorsement Q&As.
Call it a mayoral race mystery -- Just how did former state Sen. T. Milton Street Sr. come to sign the nomination petition for former City Councilman Jim Kenney last week?
For certain transit riders, Thursday night's commute was rough.
A Bucks County grand jury investigating allegations that Bristol Township police officers covered up another officer's drunken driving accident found no evidence of that, according to a report unveiled Thursday by the District Attorney's Office.
Police took Martinez into custody on Jan. 3, 2014. Prosecuted under the Hobbs Act, he had been eligible for a life sentence for using a firearm during the robberies.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A judge presiding over a civil lawsuit against Penn State and ex-assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky by one of the accusers who testified in Sandusky's criminal child sex abuse trial says keeping the case in Philadelphia doesn't present a burden to potential witnesses or to the university.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - PennDOT says an error in the hidden security image on Pennsylvania driver's licenses and identification cards may be causing headaches for some people.
HARRISBURG - Two weeks ago, Gov. Wolf promised his team would do its part to trim the $2.3 billion deficit through government cost savings.
Attorney Brian Mildenberg repeated his call for Philly police to release all evidence, videos and interviews in their probe into Frankford mans death during a routine car stop.
City prosecutors are expected to close their case Thursday afternoon in the murder trial of "Black Madam" Padge Victoria Windslowe in the 2011 death of a British dancer she injected with silicone in an illegal buttocks enhancement procedure.
A Cash 5 lottery ticket worth $450,000 was sold at PJP Marketplace on Adams Avenue in the Crescentville section of Northeast Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Lottery announced.
The former mayor of Marcus Hook, who was found guilty last year in the false imprisonment and unlawful restraint of a male love interest, is now facing theft charges and a federal civil suit filed by the victim.
Gov. Christie's proposed budget increases some types of financial aid but cuts direct funding to New Jersey state colleges and universities, according to the budget summary released this week.
A lawyer for the family of a Frankford man killed by police in December said Thursday that documents he obtained from the Medical Examiner's office differ from police accounts on the shooting, and "raise questions as to the accuracy and integrity of the police investigation."
A truly progressive, pro-teacher candidate rocks the Chicago's mayor's race...can it happen in Philadelphia?
Radnor High School held a student assembly Thursday to address an incident involving racial graffiti that was discovered in a bathroom, the principal said in an e-mail to parents.
The price tag for a year at the University of Pennsylvania will top $63,000 in September - a 3.9 percent increase, the university announced Thursday.
City Council on Thursday agreed to put three changes to the Home Rule Charter, the city's governing document, before voters in May.
More than five years have passed since Teddy Pendergrass' death. But his children and wife are still fighting over control of his legacy.
Democratic state Rep. Cherelle Parker, who is running to fill the 9th district council seat of her former boss and mentor, Councilwoman Marian Tasco, twice appealed the conviction.
CHICAGO (AP) - Millions of Americans have a big personal stake in next Wednesday's Supreme Court challenge to the nation's health care law: Can they legally continue to get subsidies to help pay for their insurance?
Two men wanted on charges they failed to report gambling winnings in Delaware have been arrested at a casino in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains.