Monday, October 22, 2012


  • Pennsylvania poll: Obama 50, Romney 45

    While Romney is within striking distance in Pennsylvania, it remains unlikely his campaign will decide to invest any real effort to win its 20 electoral votes.

  • 5 Things to know for today in Pennsylvania news

    The presidential debate won't be the only one worthy of Pennsylvania voter attention on Monday night as Democrat Kathleen Kane and Republican David Freed square off at Widener Law School amid in a spirited battle for state attorney general.

  • Pennsylvania's Mount Pleasant Journal 'Falsely Claims' ID Is Required To Vote ...

    In other words, though voters in Pennsylvania will be asked to show ID at the polls this November, they will not be turned away or given a provisional ballot if they do not have a government-issued photo ID.

  • Pennsylvania man says Bigfoot 'attacked' his Winnebago

    A Pennsylvania Bigfoot hunter claims the mythical beast attacked his motor home and threw rocks at it, terrifying him and his girlfriend before fleeing into some woods.

  • 76-year-old Pa. man in jail after chain saw attack

    TURBOTVILLE, Pennsylvania (AP) - A 76-year-old U.S. man is in jail after police say he went after his housemate with a chain saw.

  • Pennsylvania attorney general candidates set their priorities

    HARRISBURG -- Former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky may be behind bars, but questions over the work of the state attorney general's office to put him there still loom large in the race to select the next head of that agency.

  • Pennsylvania US Senate race suddenly competitive, expensive

    Pennsylvania US Senate race suddenly competitive, expensive. By Marc Levy Monday, October 22, 2012 10:37 AM EDT. Associated Press CARLISLE (AP) - Bob Casey admits he hadn't been out campaigning much, with polls showing a big lead and official ...

  • Pennsylvania Office of Inspector General Joins Partnership to Fight Fraud and ...

    PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 22, 2012 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania's Office of Inspector General partnered today with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S.

  • Pennsylvania Continues to Protect Life Insurance Beneficiaries in Settlement ...

    HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 22, 2012 - /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Insurance Department today announced that it has reached its fourth multi-state settlement agreement in connection with a series of investigations involving the claim ...

  • Time running out to apply for absentee ballots in Pennsylvania

    Officially, the deadline for eligible voters to request absentee ballots in Pennsylvania is Oct. 30, a week before Election Day.

  • Pennsylvania must crack down on straw purchases of guns

    Tragically, but not surprisingly, officer Fox is not the only Pennsylvania police officer to be shot with a gun furnished by a straw purchaser.

  • Ryan hits Obama's energy policy during a stop in Pennsylvania

    Pittsburgh, PA, United States (4E) - Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan passed by Pennsylvania to deliver a speech on Saturday as he was on his way to campaign in critical battleground state of Ohio.

  • Pennsylvania Turnpike shut down due to overturned tractor trailer (updated)

    UPPER MERION - A 7-mile section of the eastbound Pennsylvania Turnpike will be closed indefinitely between the Valley Forge Interchange Exit and the Norristown Interchange Exit as a result of a multi-vehicle accident at milepost 331.6 eastbound.

  • Pennsylvania student sues over sex tape suspension

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A Pennsylvania high school student claims he was unfairly punished after a fellow student secretly recorded him having sex with his girlfriend in a Casablanca hotel during a school trip.

  • Pennsylvania Amends Juvenile Murder Sentencing

    Pennsylvania's General Assembly last week, on the last day of its session, voted to end the automatic life without parole for teens convicted of first- or second-degree murder.

  • Latest Pennsylvania business

    (AP) Pennsylvania's jobless rate rose again for the fourth straight month in September, although it coincided with the biggest monthly jump in hiring since February.

  • FEATURE: No gas rush seen even if New York fracking ban lifted

    The Southern Tier holds an estimated 20% of the roughly 300 to 500 Tcf of gas reserves in the Marcellus, which stretches from New York through Pennsylvania and into West Virginia. While the latter two states have opened their doors to drillers eager to ...

  • Penn State seeks delay in McQueary lawsuit

    McQueary sued Oct. 2 alleging Penn State violated the Pennsylvania whistleblower law when it fired him for providing testimony to the grand jury about Sandusky sexually assaulting a young boy in football team locker room in 2002.

  • Pennsylvania legislators' 'Year of the Bible' declaration legal but ill ...

    Although U.S. District Judge Christopher C. Conner of the Middle District of Pennsylvania dismissed the claims against members of the state House who proclaimed 2012 to be the "Year of the Bible," he also issued a stiff rebuke.

  • Grads of Pennsylvania colleges gain unwanted distinction

    Pennsylvania's college graduates carry more student loan debt than almost any other state. A new report by The Institute for College Access and Success shows Keystone State grads' student loan debt ranked second in the country last year: students at ...

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