- Judge pleads no contest, gets probation, must resign Updated: Apr-27-16 3:37 pm
YORK, Pennsylvania - A suspended central Pennsylvania district judge accused of having groped a woman who appeared in his courtroom has pleaded no contest to an official oppression count.
- Ex-art studio worker pleads guilty in 'Afghan Girl' theft Updated: Apr-25-16 4:18 pm
WEST CHESTER, Pennsylvania - A former suburban Philadelphia art gallery employee has pleaded guilty to her role in the theft of dozens of prints including the "Afghan Girl" photograph that once graced the cover of National Geographic.
- Man accused of stealing slain trooper's donation jar Updated: Apr-25-16 10:21 am
YORKTOWN, Virginia - Authorities have arrested a man in connection with the theft of a donations jar intended for the family of a slain Virginia State Trooper.
- Woman who saw sister killed by white mob in 1969 has died Updated: Apr-20-16 1:09 pm
YORK, Pennsylvania - A black woman who watched a white mob kill her sister during race riots nearly a half-century ago in Pennsylvania - and had to wait over 30 years for justice - has died.
- Southern Maine food nonprofit abruptly closes doors Updated: Apr-20-16 10:00 am
YORK, Maine - A nonprofit group that provided more than a million pounds of food every year to needy families in southern Maine has abruptly closed.
- In recovery homes, chasing sobriety, responsibility Updated: Apr-19-16 9:56 am
YORK, Pennsylvania - Addicts didn't demolish their lives in one night, and they're not going to get them back in one night, said Joe Grdich, 46, a house manager for Safe Haven Transitional Living on West Market Street.
- 2 surrender in Pennsylvania park shooting that killed man Updated: Apr-15-16 8:36 am
YORK, Pennsylvania - Two people have surrendered in a triple shooting at a Pennsylvania park that left one man dead.
- Jackie Robinson's Brooklyn Dodgers contract on view in NYC Updated: Apr-12-16 2:47 pm
NEW YORK - Jackie Robinson's contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers that broke Major League Baseball's color barrier is on public view in New York and soon in other places, as well.