- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsOct 01 02:01 PM
A Texas man was sentenced to life without parole in Pennsylvania on Thursday for the 1968 murder of a steel company employee in what prosecutors say is one of the oldest U.S. cold cases to result in conviction. Richard Keiper, 69, of Boyd, Texas, was convicted of first-degree murder in July in the shooting death of Alfred Barnes, 40, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, an assistant to a vice president ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 01 04:20 PM
COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Prosecutors added a new perjury count and other criminal charges Thursday against Pennsylvania's attorney general, saying they found a signed document that contradicts her claims she never agreed to maintain secrecy of a grand jury investigation in 2009, before she took office.
- New York TimesOct 02 10:33 AM
Pennsylvania's attorney general is telling state ethics agencies that a state Supreme Court justice may have violated judicial conduct rules, citing pornographic emails he received that she's recovered from her office's computer servers.
- Business Wire via Yahoo! FinanceOct 02 11:21 AM
Fitch Ratings has assigned an 'A-' rating to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission's approximately $211 million turnpike subordinate revenue bonds series 2015B-1 and 2015B-2. The Rating Outlook is Stable.
- Philly.comOct 01 11:42 AM
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday that his administration was monitoring Hurricane Joaquin closely and was ready to respond.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 01 08:36 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will hear a Pennsylvania death row inmate's claim that the state high court's chief justice had a clear conflict of interest and should have stepped aside from the case.
- WTAE-TV PittsburghOct 03 08:57 AM
At one minute past midnight on Oct. 1, 1940, drivers who had been lining up since 6 p.m. to be among the first on the Pennsylvania Turnpike started their engines.
- Philly.comOct 03 12:05 PM
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The utter breakdown in state budget negotiations in Pennsylvania didn't happen overnight, but was produced by diametrically opposed policy positions and fueled by tough rhetoric among people elected specifically to work together.
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsOct 01 08:45 AM
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday said it would hear an appeal by a Pennsylvania death row inmate who contends that a state judge who upheld his murder conviction should have stepped aside because of his prior role as a prosecutor in the case. Terrance Williams, convicted of the 1984 bludgeoning murder of a man in Philadelphia, says former Pennsylvania Chief Justice Ronald Castille should have...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 01 07:43 AM
A northwestern Pennsylvania company that manufactures mining machinery is laying off 85 workers beginning Nov. 20. The (Oil City) Derrick (http://bit.ly/1PPRfAZ) reports Joy Global confirmed the date and ...
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