The lawyer for the man accused of killing a woman and throwing her severed legs into the Susquehanna River has asked the court to toss his alleged confession as involuntary.
Lock Haven -- On July 1, Joe Waltz and Margie Brown, Democratic candidates for the Pennsylvania House and Senate respectively, celebrated the opening of their new shared campaign headquarters in Lock Haven.
Trout Run, Pa—In the morning hours of Saturday, Morris and Liberty fire crews responded to a reported land rescue in Cogan House Township.
Williamsport -- Like many in his generation, Matthew M. Staub relied on a portable CD player to enjoy music during his teen years. Unlike most, Staub’s Discman did more than blast tunes; it helped boost his passion for electronics.
Williamsport -- From buildings to bridges, civil engineers conceive, develop, and maintain infrastructure that is essential to daily life. David J. Fedor often tells his Pennsylvania College of Technology students that they must be adaptable to meet that responsibility, and Brandon J. Sensen…
ANNVILLE, Pa. – The Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) President's Council met on Thursday to discuss athletics for the fall of 2020 and has made the following statement:
- The search is on for the Totally Ninja Raccoons!
- Search for the Totally Ninja Raccoons is underway
- Victims identified from Friday night’s shooting in Selinsgrove
- Child abuse video recorded in Williamsport circulated widely online: PSP
- Shooting victim had PFA against suspect; identity of suspect released
- Shooting fatalities reported at Monroe Marketplace in Selinsgrove
- Human remains recovered from Susquehanna River in Clinton County
- Man broke into woman's camper in Lycoming County and raped her: PSP
- Williamsport sex offender sentenced to 36-year minimum prison term
- Unemployment compensation benefits extended 13 weeks
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He wasn’t riding the bus everyday, or carrying piles of books into the classroom, but in September, 2018, 5-year-old Oliver Doyle wanted a backpack. It took some convincing to get his mother Melissa Doyle on board, but soon the pair were on their way to Walmart.
$10 million is now available for Pennsylvania businesses that have worked to maintain access to fresh, healthy food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harrisburg, PA – Officers from the Pennsylvania State (PSP) Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement visited hundreds of licensed liquor establishments throughout the commonwealth during the Independence Day Holiday weekend to ensure licensees were in compliance with COVID-19 mitigation …
Philipsburg, PA -- Recently, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn visited Organic Climbing in Philipsburg, Centre County, to highlight the role the outdoor recreation industry has on Pennsylvania’s workforce and economy.
It’s been more than two years since Governor Tom Wolf signed the first 90-day disaster declaration to empower state agencies and partners to collectively battle the opioid epidemic.
The body of a 19-year-old homicide victim was found in a wooded area of Potter County on Monday, state police at Coudersport reported.
State and federal officials, including both U.S. Senators Toomey and Casey, joined Governor Tom Wolf in reminding Pennsylvanians to wear a mask to reduce the likelihood of spreading COVID-19.
A 30-year-old Williamsport man was sentenced today to decades in state prison for the sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl in 2018, Lycoming County District Attorney Ryan C. Gardner said.
An unidentified human body was pulled out of the Susquehanna River in Pine Creek Township on Thursday, Clinton County Coroner Zach Hanna confirmed.
Penn A. Seiple, 69, of Sunbury, was traveling north on Sunbury Rd. in Rush Township in Northumberland County when a deer struck him from the right side.
Muncy, Pa. – A woman at the State Correctional Institute at Muncy has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (DOC) website. The statistic showed up on the site as of Thursday, July 2.