Carl Szott's ticket was the first jackpot-winning Mega Millions ticket sold by the Pennsylvania Lottery.
A plea agreement was also filed with the U.S. District Court in Scranton.
Speakers will discuss issues in the state's transportation industry.
A third person was taken to a hospital to be treated for stab wounds.
DUI Task Forces, State Police and local law enforcement will conduct roving patrols during this crackdown.
Pennsylvania prohibits importing specific carcass parts from members of the deer family from 21 states and two Canadian provinces.
People can receive a rebate of up to $2,000 for purchasing a vehicle which uses an alternative fuel source.
Neighbors said the explosion was so powerful they thought it was an earthquake.
Police believe a leak in one of the truck's propane tanks was responsible for the explosion.
The company cites the decline in the golf industry as one reason for the move to fire more than 500 people.
The multi-million dollar investment will upgrade facilities and support more than 2,600 jobs.
More than 24 kilograms of heroin was seized between April 1 and June 30, 2014.
The 14-year-old was getting into a friend's car when he was struck by lightning.
Governor Corbett signed into law new legislation that will allow all hunters in Pennsylvania to use crossbows in archery deer, bear and turkey seasons.
The fast-moving fire destroyed more than half a dozen homes early Saturday.
The law increases the penalty for anyone who harms a police animal.
Many of the convictions were for fraudulently receiving SNAP benefits.
A new Department of Education report ranks the tuition at the schools as the most expensive among publicly-funded universities.
A mother and daughter working inside the truck at the time were severely burned.
The conference has been held in Philadelphia for the past 15 years.
The report says nearly one in four of Pennsylvania's 22,000 bridges is structurally deficient.
The ages of the six sentenced ranged 23-48 years old.
The awards are for the trio's actions in rescuing Trooper Bradley Wilson, who was shot while serving a drug warrant in September 2013.
The fire affected homes on both side of a Mount Oliver street Sunday.
More than 230 items are up for bid including dump trucks, snow plows and mowers.
State Police issued nearly 13,000 speeding citations over the holiday weekend.
A federal judge strikes down Pennsylvania's 1996 ban on same sex marriages.
The infected mosquito was found May 13th near Harrisburg.
There are only two known extended clips of FDR walking.
A Commonwealth Court judge said he would not reconsider his ruling against the law.
Elk County ranks #2 in the state for the percent per capita of excessive drinkers.
The Attorney General's office claims the principal and four teachers at a Philadelphia-area school altered test answers over a five-year span
The governor has supported more than 200 cost-saving strategies since 2011.
The special season is one week before the season opens for all hunters.
Police say the fatal shooting was over an argument over who would drive home from a bar.
The previous 17 editions of the game completely sold out.
Several communities in Central PA will receive money for improvements.
The Office of Inspector General said the man used multiple identities and addresses to fraudulently receive benefits.
Three others were injured in the Wednesday evening crash.
The President and Vice-President made a joint appearance near Pittsburgh to commend the area's job creation.
The Office of the Inspector General also provided evidence against two repeat offenders.
The two-year-old was shot in the face and taken to Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh.
The President and Vice President are expected to highlight investments in the Pittsburgh region.
No ticket has matched all five numbers drawn since April 8th.
The school was closed after multiple stabbings April 9th.
16-year-old suspect is in custody.
After launching a nation wide search, a woman from Allentown PA, says she has found her birth mother
Governor Corbett was among those attending the ceremonial signing of the contract in Rome Tuesday.
Edwin "Lance" Wentzel was killed Saturday while searching for a missing woman.