Subcontractor: I should've walked away before wall collapse
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A demolition subcontractor told jurors Thursday that he warned the contractor on trial for the 2013 building collapse that killed six people that his plan to take down a towering brick wall was dangerous....
ArcelorMittal sued over soot from Pennsylvania coke plant
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- An environmental activist group sued ArcelorMittal USA on Thursday for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act by showering nearby residents with soot and other pollutants from a western Pennsylvania coke plant more than 200 times since it reopened in April 2014....
PIAA expands classifications in football, other sports
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (AP) -- In a move that changes the landscape of high school sports, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association approved a measure that would expand high school football classifications from four to six....
Keegan-Michael Key set to lead Penn State homecoming parade
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State University is bringing alumnus Keegan-Michael Key to serve as the school's homecoming grand marshal this week....
2 men arrested in deadly home invasion near Philadelphia
HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) -- Two men have been arrested in a deadly home invasion near Philadelphia....
Judge: City to pay $1.4M in legal costs in immigration case
HAZLETON, Pa. (AP) -- A federal judge has ordered an eastern Pennsylvania city to pay nearly $1.4 million to civil rights lawyers who thwarted the city's immigration law in U.S. Supreme Court....
FirstEnergy still exploring options for coal ash disposal
SHIPPINGPORT, Pa. (AP) -- FirstEnergy Corp. is still exploring options to ship coal ash from a Shippingport power plant even after the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection gave the company permission to use a former power plant site....
Fan: Super Bowl ticket process violates consumer law
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A New Jersey man asked a federal appeals court Thursday to revive his consumer protection lawsuit that aims to flag the NFL over the number of tickets sold to the public for the 2014 Super Bowl....
Rome mayor resigns over expense scandal
ROME (AP) -- Rome Mayor Ignazio Marino resigned Thursday following a scandal over his expense accounts that became the convenient final straw in a months-long campaign by opponents inside and out of his Democratic Party to force him from office....
No meetings between Wolf, GOP day after tax proposal defeat
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Republican leaders and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf aren't rushing to restart meetings, one day after the governor's tax plan was soundly defeated in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives....
Arizona Sen John McCain, who is the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, says the US bombing of an Afghanistan hospital is a terrible tragedy that would not have occurred if the Taliban had not attacked in Kundoz in the first place. He says it's ludicrous and insulting that people are calling this terrihle accident a war crime. He says to call this a war crime distorts the definition of a war crime.
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