Pennsylvania is preparing a lawsuit against the NCAA, challenging sanctions levied in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, sources told Sports Illustrated.
President Barack Obama won Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes Tuesday, MSNBC projected based on early results.
A Pennsylvania death row inmate may stave off execution due to procedural challenges to the state's lethal injection protocol, lawyers said.
Nearly 1,500 mourners filled a Penn Valley, Pa., temple Tuesday in a moving funeral ceremony for Sen. Arlen Specter, 82, who died Sunday.
The Cato Institute, a public policy research group, presented its biennial fiscal report card on state governors, and praised those who cut spending and taxes.
Pennsylvania House efforts to get details on the state investigation of Jerry Sandusky led to cancellation of Thursday's session, legislative documents said.
Voters in Pennsylvania can vote in November without having to show a picture ID, a judge ruled Tuesday in a challenge to the state's controversial voter ID law.
The judge considering a legal challenge to Pennsylvania's voter ID law said he did not expect to issue a ruling Thursday.
The Pennsylvania Board of Pardons has denied a convicted murderer's appeal that he be spared the death penalty, his lawyer said.
Penn State University says the Jerry Sandusky sexual-assault scandal had cost the school almost $17 million by the end of June.