- Canadiens stay unbeaten, top winless Penguins 3-2 Updated: Oct-13-15 10:44 pm
- Teachers approve deal ending Scranton teachers' strike Updated: Oct-13-15 7:14 pm
SCRANTON, Pennsylvania - Teachers in the Scranton School District in northeastern Pennsylvania have ratified a contract deal that will return them to the classroom on Wednesday after a strike that began Sept. 25.
- Justice apologies for insensitive emails, criticizes release Updated: Oct-13-15 7:05 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice is apologizing for insensitive personal emails while criticizing the people responsible for disclosing them.
- 14-year-old Philadelphia boy dies after being shot in head Updated: Oct-13-15 6:32 pm
PHILADELPHIA - Police say a 14-year-old Philadelphia boy has died a day after he was shot in the head in the middle of a city street.
- AP source: Utley's hearing scheduled for Monday Updated: Oct-13-15 6:00 pm
NEW YORK - Chase Utley's appeal hearing on his two-game suspension has been scheduled for Monday, according to a person familiar with the process.
- Confident Tomlin catalyst on sideline for resilient Steelers Updated: Oct-13-15 5:50 pm
PITTSBURGH - Mike Tomlin doesn't make decisions based on job security.
- Pittsburgh self-insuring employees to cut health expenses Updated: Oct-13-15 5:47 pm
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says the city would start paying health care insurance claims for 3,700 employees next year under a self-insurance program intended to cut expenses.
- Wolf says he won't cave on demand to fix state's deficit Updated: Oct-13-15 5:25 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday he won't cave on his demand that lawmakers agree to measures to wipe out a long-term deficit that has plunged Pennsylvania's credit rating into the bottom ranks of states.
- Pennsylvania Senate eyes limit on union dues, PAC collection Updated: Oct-13-15 5:14 pm
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Republicans in the Pennsylvania state Senate are advancing legislation that would weaken the ability of public-sector labor unions to collect full dues and political action committee contributions from members' paychecks.
- Spurned builders replacing Pittsburgh Toby Keith restaurant Updated: Oct-13-15 4:27 pm
PITTSBURGH - Developers in Pittsburgh are searching for a replacement after learning that a Toby Keith bar and grill is spurning their retail and office complex like one of the characters in a country song.
- Pittsburgh investigating officer's takedown slam of Cubs fan Updated: Oct-13-15 4:21 pm
- Cox's breakout game puts him in spotlight Updated: Oct-13-15 3:43 pm
PHILADELPHIA - Sacrificing personal stats for team goals has cost Fletcher Cox individual glory.
- Penn State looking forward to rare showdown with No. 1 team Updated: Oct-13-15 3:39 pm
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania - Jordan Lucas realizes he and most of his teammates won't get an opportunity like this again.
- Prisoner who escaped had shackle key, used nurse as obstacle Updated: Oct-13-15 3:27 pm
MCKEESPORT, Pennsylvania - A prisoner shackled to a hospital bed and guarded by a deputy somehow obtained a key to his handcuffs and used a nurse as an obstacle as he hopped off a gurney and escaped, the county's chief deputy sheriff said Tuesday.
- Jury to hear statements in hospital paralysis case Updated: Oct-13-15 3:17 pm
MEADVILLE, Pennsylvania - A jury has been selected to hear the case of a man who claims three northwestern Pennsylvania doctors are the reason he can no longer walk.
- District attorney in northwestern Pennsylvania to resign Updated: Oct-13-15 3:13 pm
SMETHPORT, Pennsylvania - A northwestern Pennsylvania district attorney is resigning.
- New York woman dies following car crash that killed grandson Updated: Oct-13-15 10:29 am
ASHLAND, New York - Officials say an upstate New York woman has died following a car crash that also killed her 3-year-old grandson.
- 1 of 3 suspects in Pittsburgh home invasion fatally shot Updated: Oct-13-15 8:34 am
PITTSBURGH - One of three suspects in a Pittsburgh home invasion was fatally shot after a struggle for his weapon, and police were questioning three other people inside the home at the time.
- Western Pennsylvania district avoids teachers' strike again Updated: Oct-13-15 8:27 am
ELLWOOD CITY, Pennsylvania - A western Pennsylvania school district has avoided its first-ever teachers' strike with a last-minute tentative contract agreement.
- 83-year-old pilot dies in Pennsylvania ultra-light crash Updated: Oct-13-15 8:20 am
KYLERTOWN, Pennsylvania - Police and the Federal Aviation Administration were investigating after an 83-year-old pilot was killed when his ultra-light plane crashed in central Pennsylvania.
- Vandals break off bronze bat from Little League monument Updated: Oct-13-15 8:13 am
WILLIAMSPORT, Pennsylvania - Folks in Williamsport take seriously the town's history as the birthplace of Little League baseball and home to its World Series.
- 13-year-old arrested with stolen, loaded gun in Lancaster Updated: Oct-13-15 7:58 am
LANCASTER, Pennsylvania - Police in a central Pennsylvania city say they've arrested a 13-year-old boy with a loaded, stolen handgun after stopping him for a curfew violation.
- Temple to christen med school after late Inquirer co-owner Updated: Oct-13-15 7:51 am
PHILADELPHIA - Temple University is set to name its medical school after The Philadelphia Inquirer's late co-owner, philanthropist Lewis Katz.
- University of Pittsburgh may rescind Bill Cosby degree Updated: Oct-13-15 7:31 am
PITTSBURGH - A faculty committee that oversees honorary degrees will consider rescinding one the University of Pittsburgh issued to Bill Cosby in 2002.
- Philadelphia man shot during home invasion Updated: Oct-13-15 7:00 am
PHILADELPHIA - A man is in critical condition after he was shot in the head during a home invasion in Philadelphia's Kingsessing section.