HARRISBURG, Pa. — A Democratic state representative from just outside Philadelphia issued a statement saying she's resigning after being charged Thursday with theft and other offenses over her expense reimbursements.
Requiring all police officers in the state to wear body cameras was part of the Delaware Black Caucus’ Justice for All agenda, unveiled last year following protests over the Minnesota police killing of George Floyd.
WILMINGTON, Del. — Delaware health and education officials are partnering with a California company to bring rapid antigen coronavirus tests to schools to "prevent transmission and keep schools open."
Education advocates from across the commonwealth are calling on all Pennsylvania school districts to prioritize increasing racial diversity among the state’s teachers.
Surrounded by lawmakers and workers, Gov. John Carney signed legislation Monday that will increase Delaware’s minimum wage to $15 by 2025.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Democrat John Fetterman is showing his early fundraising prowess in the crowded stakes for Pennsylvania's open U.S. Senate seat ahead of next year's election.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A federal freeze on most evictions enacted last year is scheduled to expire July 31, after the Biden administration extended the date by a month.
Edward Cagney Mathews, the white Mount Laurel man who was recorded during a racist tirade against his Black neighbor, will remain in detention pending his trial, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Terrence Cook ordered Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — As Congress eyes an infrastructure package, a coalition of transportation agencies and Amtrak on Wednesday released a 15-year plan of rail improvements for the congested Northeast Corridor that would boost daily train routes and significantly speed travel on Acela express lines.
BAINBRIDGE, Pa. —Piled in thousand-ton heaps, garbage was a putrid mountain, stacked about two stories tall in a concrete pit last month in rural Conoy Township, where the rubbish is seen as more than just discarded trash to be landfilled.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — With just a year and a half left in office, Gov. Tom Wolf's primary focus will be convincing the Republican-controlled Legislature to modernize how state aid is distributed to Pennsylvania's public schools — a shift that could carry a price tag of $1 billion.
Lead and mercury are just some of the toxins found in a mound of debris that’s been growing in Camden’s Bergen Square neighborhood for the past three years, according to a county health official.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A Pennsylvania state lawmaker and ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump is launching a "forensic investigation" of the state's 2020 presidential election, demanding cooperation from counties and mimicking a widely criticized partisan effort in Arizona.
Two days after Edward Cagney Mathews was taken into custody by Mount Laurel police, other residents of the Essex Place Condominium community where he lives say they are breathing a sigh of relief.
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. — A white man who is seen in video footage pushing a Black neighbor with his chest and using racist slurs to address the neighbor and others on Friday has been arrested.
Almost $4 billion in collectibles, dormant bank and retirement accounts, jewelry, military medals, stocks and uncashed checks in Pennsylvania are waiting to be claimed by their owners.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court dealt a blow to New Jersey and other states seeking a way to oppose pipelines running through their land, siding with a pipeline company Tuesday in a dispute over New Jersey land needed for a natural gas pipeline.
Antonio Tillis spent “a nice chunk” of his life on the East Coast.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday signed a roughly $40 billion budget package that passed last week, as he touted the importance of new funding for public schools that he secured from Republican lawmakers, while also chalking up negotiating table losses.