- Thousands of Mennonites descend on Harrisburg for assembly Updated: Jul-24-15 5:17 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The assembly of the Mennonite World Conference is being held in the United States for the first time since 1978.
- Officials: Harrisburg judge forced employees to donate money Updated: Jul-24-15 5:34 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A judge in Pennsylvania's capital city faces extortion and other charges after officials say he demanded campaign donations from his employees.
- Former Gettysburg College professor gets prison in sex sting Updated: Jul-20-15 8:17 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A retired Gettysburg College professor will spend two to four years in prison for trying to meet a 15-year-old boy for sex in what was really an online sting run by the state attorney general's office.
- GOP 'majority of majority' rule could test any budget deal Updated: Jul-18-15 10:41 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - In one of Pennsylvania's defining legislative battles this century, then-Gov. Ed Rendell won passage of a $1 billion tax package, and it still nags some Republicans that their leaders worked with Democrats to make it law, despite opposition from most members of the GOP's legislative majority.
- Harrisburg mayor hopes to dissolve National Civil War Museum Updated: Jul-15-15 4:31 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse said the city's National Civil War Museum is "a monument to corruption" that should be shut down in the wake of a long list of criminal charges filed against the former mayor who was the moving force behind it.
- Ex-mayor of Pennsylvania's capital charged with corruption Updated: Jul-14-15 7:38 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The former mayor of Pennsylvania's capital city was arrested Tuesday on corruption charges, including allegations he unlawfully used public money from various agencies to buy thousands of artifacts for what he claimed was a plan to open a Wild West museum and other historical attractions.
- Pennsylvania AG says decision to charge her is in DA's hands Updated: Jul-14-15 1:26 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania's attorney general said Tuesday that prosecutors in the Philadelphia suburbs have not told her how soon they will decide whether to charge her in a grand jury leak investigation.
- Penn State ex-officials' case heads to appeals court hearing Updated: Jul-13-15 5:21 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A long delayed criminal case against three former Penn State administrators accused of covering up complaints about Jerry Sandusky is heading to a Pennsylvania courtroom next month, but not for trial.
- Police ID 'armed, dangerous' suspect in Harrisburg shooting Updated: Jul-13-15 8:41 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Harrisburg police say they're still searching for an "armed and dangerous" suspect after another man was fatally shot on a porch.
- US Marshals employee caught having sex on courthouse roof Updated: Jul-10-15 9:06 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The U.S. Marshals Service says one of its employees was photographed having sex on the roof of a federal courthouse in Pennsylvania.
- Pictures show couple having sex on courthouse roof Updated: Jul-09-15 6:53 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Authorities have launched an investigation after photos showed a couple having sex on the roof of the federal courthouse in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
- Pennsylvania court rules police videos can be public records Updated: Jul-07-15 5:25 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A Pennsylvania court ruled Tuesday that police videos recorded in public places are subject to public disclosure, although they may contain investigative portions that can be redacted.
- Planned highway closure in 2016 draws business complaints Updated: Jul-02-15 12:39 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A planned three-month closure of a key central Pennsylvania highway next year is drawing flak from local businesses.
- Pennsylvania AG sues operator of 14 nursing homes Updated: Jul-01-15 7:07 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The Pennsylvania attorney general's office on Wednesday sued the operator of 36 nursing homes in the state, saying the staff at some of the facilities failed to meet residents' most basic human needs, falsified records about care and willfully deceived state inspectors.