Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has been ordered to pay $10 million to the mother of a boy whose bacterial meningitis wasn't promptly diagnosed despite multiple emergency room visits.
The two smallest acute-care hospitals in Pennsylvania's most northwestern county are merging.
A western Pennsylvania man will spend 30 to 80 years in prison for killing his pregnant girlfriend and her unborn child last year.
British soccer star David Beckham has been an international sex symbol for nearly two decades, but he says he's still flattered to be named People magazine's 30th-anniversary Sexiest Man Alive.
Drivers in some parts of Philadelphia will soon be able to pay for parking using a new mobile app.
A 16-year-old junior has been suspended from school for 10 days and is on house arrest on charges she assaulted a teacher and pushed the woman down some bleacher steps during a Pennsylvania high school pep rally.
Tyler State Park in eastern Pennsylvania will be closed to the public on Dec. 2 so hunters can thin its deer herd.
A federal court jury has convicted 12 men on men on racketeering and drug charges as alleged members of a violent gang in York.
Police are trying to figure out who has left animal carcasses near the picket line of striking teachers in one of western Pennsylvania's most affluent school districts.
State police have cited two women for disorderly conduct for using stun guns like "toys" - and unnerving other customers of a Pennsylvania restaurant in the process.
The city of Philadelphia may try to condemn a piece of property along the Delaware River for part of a planned 3.3 mile bicycle and walking trail.
A Philadelphia police officer has been suspended and charged with assault for allegedly attacking a doughnut shop employee who accidentally hit his car with a shopping cart.
Emergency crews have pulled a woman from a burning home near Pittsburgh, and her family says the woman has been critically injured.
Penn State officials are beefing up security at Saturday's football game and other larger events in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris.
Benefit changes for non-union employees have led more managers than usual to retire from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.
A bill before Ohio lawmakers would require insurance companies and the state Medicaid program to provide coverage for tamper-resistant drugs that are more difficult to abuse.
A woman is crediting her nephew with saving her from a fire that gutted her home and damaged another in West Philadelphia.
Police have charged a 23-year-old who they say was behind the wheel of a car that fatally struck a woman while she was trying to cross a southwest Philadelphia street.
A Martinsburg-based law firm says the FBI raided its headquarters, seizing property and detaining personnel.
A suburban Philadelphia woman says a neighbor accused of burning down her home last year spiraled out of control in the months leading up to the fire.