Philadelphia Is Using A SONIC WEAPON To Keep Kids Away From Parks! (Not The Onion!)
(Bloomberg) -- Chuck Hughey braves security lines at Pittsburgh International Airport at least once a week. Not to catch a flight, but to get an ice cream cone or cruise a few of the concourses.
SPRINGFIELD, Pa. - A Pennsylvania school principal will no longer say "God bless America" after leading students in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Lancaster County's fast-growing Amish population recently exceeded the 33,000 mark as the farming-oriented Plain sect continues to flourish despite the encroachment of urban sprawl.
The Latest on Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's $34.1 billion budget proposal (all times local):
The Internet server company that hosts the controversial social media network Gab has been subpoenaed by Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, the office confirmed.
Ari Mahler was working at Allegheny General Hospital last week when a man was wheeled in screaming, "Death to all Jews."
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- When helicopters buzzed PNC Park Tuesday night, Chuck Davidson of Chicago was by the left field foul pole.
Like a lot of major cities in the United States, Philadelphia is in pretty rough financial condition.
A White House celebration of the NFL champion Philadelphia Eagles has been called off by President Donald Trump, who says fans deserve better than the smaller delegation the team was sending to the event planned for Tuesday.
From Daily Mail: A Pennsylvania school district has given its teachers small wooden baseball bats as a reminder to fight a school shooter with any weapon available should other options fail.
Emily Zanotti for the Daily Wire reports, Blue Mountain School District in Pennsylvania is backtracking on its superintendent's idea to arm students against school shooters with buckets of river rocks, after internet mockery simply became too much to