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Stories with place: Harrisburg
  • Avenue to suspend Kane's law license could spark legal fight 
    Updated: Aug-29-15 9:13 am

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - With Attorney General Kathleen Kane battling criminal charges and increasingly isolated from Pennsylvania's legal and law enforcement communities, many eyes have turned to whether the state's highest court will invoke a rarely-used sanction to quickly suspend her law license.

  • Pennsylvania's new online voter registration launched 
    Updated: Aug-27-15 6:03 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Gov. Tom Wolf announced Thursday that Pennsylvania is now the 23rd state in the country to provide online voter registration. Here's a look at how the system works and what it means for taxpayers and voters:

  • Pennsylvania man sentenced for strangling girlfriend 
    Updated: Aug-27-15 1:45 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A central Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty to strangling his girlfriend during a domestic dispute after they drank 2 ½ gallons of vodka together is facing 12 ½ to 25 years in prison.

  • House defeats GOP bid to override parts of Wolf budget veto 
    Updated: Aug-25-15 8:41 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania's budget impasse remained firmly in place Tuesday after the Republican majority failed during hours of debate to persuade Democrats in a series of 14 votes to override any portion of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's budget veto.

  • Police shooting of driver found justified; lawyer disagrees 
    Updated: Aug-21-15 7:17 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Lancaster County's chief prosecutor said Friday that a police officer was justified in shooting an alleged drunken driver during a February chase in central Pennsylvania, but the driver's lawyer disputed the official version of what happened.

  • Lawmakers see own funds dwindle in Pennsylvania budget fight 
    Updated: Aug-20-15 7:49 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The country's largest full-time Legislature will soon have to decide where it will get the money to pay thousands of employees and other costs as its surplus, once more than $200 million, is rapidly dwindling amid Pennsylvania's budget crisis.

  • A guide to seeing the pope in Philadelphia 
    Updated: Aug-16-15 7:56 pm

    Pope Francis will spend two days in Philadelphia next month, but visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of the pontiff will have to make every minute of their planning count.

  • A guide to seeing the pope in Philadelphia 
    Updated: Aug-16-15 3:04 pm

    Pope Francis will spend two days in Philadelphia next month, but visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of the pontiff will have to make every minute of their planning count.

  • Harrisburg businessman pleads guilty to tax conspiracy 
    Updated: Aug-14-15 7:07 am

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A businessman in Pennsylvania's state capital is the third person to plead guilty in connection to a conspiracy to evade hundreds of thousands of dollars in employment taxes.

  • Judges eye legality of grand jury process in Penn State case story has photos
    Updated: Aug-11-15 3:45 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Lawyers for three former Penn State administrators asked an appeals court Tuesday to throw out some or all of the charges against them, arguing their right to legal representation was violated during secret grand jury proceedings.

  • Governor orders flags at half-staff to honor Schweiker 
    Updated: Aug-04-15 12:04 pm

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Governor Tom Wolf has ordered flags at Pennsylvania's Capitol in Harrisburg and at all commonwealth facilities to fly at half-staff in honor of former U.S. Senator Richard Schweiker.