The operation will focus on seatbelt use and impaired driving during the holidays.
Attorney Generals from 44 states including Pennsylvania pushed for the change.
Amtrak is investigating how one of its trains ended up on the wrong tracks.
The Thanksgiving holiday is one of the busiest travel weekends of the year.
Pennsylvania is the 7th most impacted state for flooding.
After voting the bill down twice, the house has passed the bill with a 104 to 95 vote.
The phrase "In God We Trust" has been on U.S. money for 150 years.
A teen has been arrested in the shooting of three people.
Sheetz will partner with a different Pennsylvania bank to provide ATM service at their locations.
Nearly 85% of hunters were successful this season.
The driver of the other vehicle was also killed and two others seriously injured.
Police are trying to determine how the man died.
Juveniles already serving a life sentence will not see a reduction after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
The end of daylight saving time puts more cars on the roads when deer are active.
Winter schedules for National Parks have also been announced.
One Pennsylvania boy got a dirty trick when trick or treating last weekend.
The chain initially recalled some products October 24th.
The remains of a Pennsylvania airman who died in World War II were recently identified.
The driver did not stop the bus or call 911 during the assault.
Police have released an image of the suspect in the hoping of finding him.
Several of the injured were airlifted to area hospitals.
The move is part of National Bullying Prevention Month.
The soldier was one of four confirmed deaths from combat October 6th.
Several hundred inmates at state prisons volunteered to help researchers at Rutgers University.
October is International Walk to School Month
Approximately 25% of Pennsylvania homes use heating oil in the winter.
The Attorney General reminds consumers seeking health care coverage to protect their personal information.
Complaints filed at the federal level will not be processed or investigated until after the government resumes normal operations.
The facility will add 350 full-time jobs to one community.
The Army Staff Sergeant was killed on his third tour.
Lawmakers representing PA in D.C. explain their views on whether the U.S. should attack Syria.
Governor Tom Corbett orders flags in Monroe county to half staff in memory of the people killed in the shooting this week.
Police call off the search outside Pittsburgh for the remains of a seven year old girl.
Emergency crews in Bradford County are dealing with the aftermath of an acid spill.
When Chester-Upland School teachers cash their paychecks tomorrow, the district will be just about out of operating funds.
Corbett Signs Redistricting Legislation
One of the Congressmen most affected by redistricting talks with WTAJ.
Port Matilda Resident Was Ejected From Vehicle
No Fatal DUI Accidents in Blair County Since the Program Started
Company Violated Do Not Call List Provisions
State pulls internet ad after being accused of victim blaming.
Jerry Sandusky has posted his bail
At A Chester Hill Convenience Store
CHEMSWEEP to Provide Safe Pesticide Disposal in 20 Counties in 2012
Here's what you need to do if your vehicle was tarred on the PA Turnpike.
A 746 pound Bear Was Shot in Potter County
Norfolk Southern Looking to Fill Jobs in PA
PennDOT: Groups Sought for Safety Breaks at Interstate 80 Rest Areas
With Help Children Can Recover Quickly
DCED Announces Low-Interest PIDA Loans to Support Job Creation
75 Percent of Fee Remains at Local Level
Disabled American Veterans Group Offering Help
If you've been at the supermarket recently, you might have gotten sticker shock when you got to the peanut butter.
Claimants May Now Fill Out Eligibility Form on Fund's Website
IN EFFECT FROM 2 AM TO 10 PM EDT SATURDAY
Huntingdon County Added for Victims of Tropical Storm Lee
A Number of Rabies Cases Reported in the Area
Cash 5 Ticket Worth $225,000 Sold in Blair County
Governor Tom Corbett will start looking at a liquor privatization study.
PennDOT Reminds Homeowners to Prepare Mailboxes for Winter
Thompson to Hold Seminar for High School Students at University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Robber Uses No Disguises
Future Toll Increases To Be Determined by Turnpike Commission
Altoona Police Arrested the Escapee During A Traffic Stop
It might not be the Super Bowl or even Monday Night Football, but for these returning service members, the biggest game of the year was on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Penn State Plays Purdue Saturday at Noon
A Tip Could Lead to A Cash Reward
Williamsburg Trick or Treat Night Set for October 31st
Increased tax collections result in distribution of an additional $132 million of state aid.
Public Meeting and Plans Display for the Route 271 Menoher Boulevard Slope Stabilization Project
Over $2,500 Worth of Shirts Stolen
Art Therapy Program Helps Service Members Cope with Trauma
Earthquakes, Hurricanes & Other Recent Emergencies Underscore Need to Empower the Public with Practical Information on Preparing for How to Communicate Before a Disaster Strikes - And How to Better Communicate During and After a Disaster
One of 304 Schools Across The Country Honored for Academic Excellence
FEMA Inspectors are Visiting Damaged Homes
Serial Bank Robber
Pennsylvania State Police, PennDOT Mark National Child Passenger Safety Week
Police, Safety Groups to Offer Child Safety Seat Checkpoints Statewide
GIANT EAGLE PHARMACIES now offer needle-free flu shots
New Initiatives Led by Campaign to Cut Waste Will Save Medicaid Waste & Strengthen Partnership with States to Reduce Improper Unemployment Insurance Payments
PEMA Urges Residents to Document and Report Flood-Related Damages to Local Officials
Three Road Closed Due to Heavy Rains in Blair County Now Open
Seven Points Recreation Area Closed At Raystown Lake
The Work Will Be Rescheduled in The Near Future
World Trade Organization Rules in Favor of United States Over Dispute About Chinese Tire Imports
Whether to put warning labels on cell phones is a topic being bandied about in the State House.
The Friday night lights are too dim for one Washington County high school football team.
Police think a homeless person may have left behind the knapsack that caused a stir Downtown during Thursday's afternoon rush hour.
An autopsy is being conducted Wednesday to determine a North Philadelphia woman's exact cause of death.
The American Red Cross is bracing for a strike that could have a devastating impact on blood drives in Western Pennsylvania.
GOP Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum says blames the national media for his lackluster campaign.
Quarterback Michael Vick apparently likes the fit of a Philadelphia Eagles uniform.
There may be a light at the end of the tunnel in Pennsylvania's longest teachers' contract impasse.
Natural gas drilling is providing plenty of jobs across Pennsylvania.
Governor Tom Corbett Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Hurricane Irene
State College Call Center Will Have 30 New Jobs
FEMA and Federal Partners Moving Teams and Commodities Throughout East Coast to Support States and Cities
The Westmoreland County coroner has ruled the death of a woman on railroad tracks suicide.