A bill aimed at expeditiously testing DNA evidence in sexual assault cases unanimously passed the both chambers of the state legislature on Monday and headed to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk where it is expected to be signed into law.
A year after he took on the assignment of chief pilot for a special mission to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day by flying back to France an authentic World War II airplane that dropped paratroopers over Normandy, Chris Polhelmus is still amazed.
Fayette County Coroner's office has identified the man killed in a crash Tuesday evening in Bullskin Township.
Fayette County 911 said a collision between a dirt bike and truck was reported around 9:18 p.m. at the intersection of Routes 119 and 982. The coroner's office identified Brenden Cooper, 18, of Dawson as the man killed in the crash.
Governor Tom Wolf's action to veto the Republican-backed $30.1 billion budget late Tuesday has drawn criticism from local GOP lawmakers, while Democratic legislators are standing fast with the state's top official.
State attorney general Kathleen G. Kane announced on Wednesday her office has filed a complaint in Commonwealth Court against a chain of nursing home companies accused of misleading consumers by failing to provide basic services to elderly and vulnerable residents.
Uniontown Redevelopment Authority executive director Mark Rafail informed Uniontown City Council that the Main Street Program had been extended through June 2016 at city council's meeting Wednesday, while council took no action regarding the Uniontown Downtown Business District Authority.
John F. Brothers|Herald-StandardThe Fayette County coroner was called to the scene of a crash involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck. The crash happened Tuesday night at the intersection of Routes 119 and 982 in Bullskin Township. The call was reported at 9:21 p.m.
State and Uniontown police are looking for a man who wore a children's Spiderman mask when he allegedly robbed a North Union Township pool hall last week after he fled from officers who tried to arrest him on a warrant on Wednesday.
Perryopolis solicitor Deanna Fahringer of Davis and Davis has sent a letter to the state attorney general’s office asking for an investigation into questionable business practices by council members. The letter does not name ht members, nor does it detail the alleged questionable practices.