Tim Curley and Gary Schultz face their own pretrial hearing on Friday in Harrisburg, and although the charges are much different, with far less severe potential penalties, their cases could hinge on a man also expected to be a prime witness against Sandusky: assistant football coach Mike McQueary.
Bankruptcy protection – sought by Harrisburg's City Council – goes before a federal bankruptcy judge. Her decision is a first test of whether the city's petition for bankruptcy protection can go forward.
A Pennsylvania attorney represents a young man who alleges former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulted him.
Pet insurance is now being offered by a Pennsylvania-based Capital Blue Cross. An estimated 1 million people have pet insurance, the company estimates.
As the federal budget battle rages, some local governments are having their own fiscal problems
Unfinished roads around the country suggest that perhaps the private sector is better suited to complete projects
Three Mile Island: 30 people gathered early Monday outside the nuclear plant near Harrisburg for a vigil to remember the worst commercial nuclear power plant accident in U.S. history.
Considering a New Year’s Resolution to cut back on Facebook time in favor of real face time with friends and family? A one-week blackout of Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, and instant messaging at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania prompted students and faculty to reflect on – and in some cases, change – their usage habits.
Hudson Muller reaches for a pumpkin while crawling at the feet of his father, Matt, during the Harvest Festival at County Apple Orchard near Harrisburg, S.D., on Oct. 3.