Making History In The Nation’s First Capital
From Philadelphia making history to the Supreme Court shoring up its Democratic majority, Pennsylvania’s elections had an eye on 2024, even if it wasn’t obvious.
‘Clay and Reecie Live: Beyond the Mic’ Heads To Philadelphia, Will Honor Exoneree Jimmy Dennis
For 25 years, Jimmy Dennis sat on death row for a crime he did not commit.
Pennsylvania House Elects Joanna McClinton As First Female Speaker
She is the second Black official to hold the post in the commonwealth’s history.
Former Police Officers Plead Guilty In The Shooting Of An 8-Year-Old Girl
Police are offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest.
Oprah Winfrey Endorses John Fetterman Over Dr. Oz In Pennsylvania Senate Race
She brought Dr. Oz to national prominence as a television doctor.
Snubbed Family At Sesame Place ‘Tired Of Talking’ After SeaWorld CEO Is No Show At Scheduled Meeting
The lawsuit is asking for $25 million in damages.
Rural Town In Pennsylvania Hires Tamir Rice's Killer As Its Lone Cop, Residents Are Outraged
City Council President Steve Hazlett shared the news and a photo of Rice’s killer on his Facebook page, where he was met with outrage and opposition.
Jamaican Immigrant Peter Spencer's Shooting Death Ruled Self-Defense
Supporters and the grieving family demand justice in a case they’ve dubbed ‘a modern-day lynching.’
Family On Jamaican Immigrant’s Death In Rural Pennsylvania: It Was A ‘Modern-Day Lynching’
Relatives of Peter Bernardo Spencer, are angry that after six weeks of investigation, nobody has been charged in his death.
Penn. Supreme Court Considers if Law Means Police Can Use Deadly Force Anytime A Suspect Flees Arrest
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Considers Police Use of Deadly Force