Reported crimes fell by 4.2% in 2013
State Police say search cost more that $11 million
It's decreased by 10% across the country, but increased by nearly 6% in Pennsylvania.
National average is $2.95
A look at both candidates before you head to the polls
Ranked five this year, now number two in country.
Judy Ward and Jason Lynn want your vote
Pennsylvania State Police investigated crashes during the four-day Labor Day holiday weekend
New bill forces schools to implement program.
New I-Tunes based product aimed at helping schools.
Natural gas powered plant coming to Pennsylvania.
Beginning on August 11, two interstates will have stretches of 70 MPH speed limits.
Bill would allow airlines to hide taxes and fees.
Police unveil two new helicopters.
Pennsylvania one of 33 states to receive settlement money
Roads in our state rank 34th in country for safety
Two Pennsylvania men making the trek across the country.
A death, and numerous close calls spark statement.
Both parties are blaming the other for playing election season politics
Pennsylvania rates seven as most toxic in the country
Rep. Shuster, Sen. Casey React to Conflict
New study ranks Pennsylvania's teen drivers in bottom half of the nation.
Bill would suspend license of people who don't pay fines.
Just two weeks left to balance the budget
New grant expected to help with job creation and training.
State House passes "In God We Trust" Bill
Governor Corbett announces new grant money.
Auditor General releasing report on charter schools.
Senator, DEP propose regulations.
'Pop' and 'soda' aren't the only words we say differently across the state
PA rates above average nationally.
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate has fallen to 6%.
Tolls along the Pennsylvania Turnpike are expected to increase again in 2015.
Low citation numbers across the state concerns law enforcement.
Activists rally in Harrisburg, urging lawmakers to increase minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour.
A Pennsylvania State Representative is proposing to change the way liquor is sold in the state.
Unemployment numbers from February released for Pennsylvania.
New ads hope to promote program.
Approval numbers down as budget address approaches.
Bill would legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes.
One month until one of the nations largest farm shows.
State Senator urges reform.
State Senators introduce new bill.
Eligible Pennsylvanians asked if they've signed up or plan to.
Governor Corbett asking for help.
Turnpike Commission integrating All Electronic Tolling.
Liquor stores see hours increase.
PennDOT will increase weight restrictions to about 1,000 structurally deficient bridges statewide.
Figures come day after national report shows drop in number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits