Prospects for meaningful gun violence reduction legislation appear increasingly slim now that the U.S. House launched an impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
While much of the public's attention is already turned to 2020, there is a general election on Nov. 5 that will affect the future of your hometowns, counties, and Pennsylvania's courts. The major statewide race...
In two photos, a plastic bag of what appears to be cremated remains rests beside a small black box, all of which is positioned in front of stacks of dozens of other boxes.
by the time you finish reading this, someone, somewhere, will have been shot with a gun in America. The data suggests they might die.
The amendment would inscribe Pennsylvania’s crime victim statutes in the state Constitution, giving victims a path to assert those rights in court.
A new study suggests there may be better ways to prevent shooting deaths than by pouring resources and energy into mental health treatment
“It’s bad because it sends a really bad message that white folks can kill us and it’s OK because Jesus will work it out," one activist said.
It’s been nearly a year since the Pennsylvania state Senate failed to vote on a bill that would have given the victims of “predator priests” a two-year window to sue their abusers and the...
There is something we can do. Through supporting actionable legislation, Pennsylvanians can prevent tragedies beginning right here in our state.
Eighty districts across Pennsylvania employed a combined 617 school police officers during the 2017-18 school year, according to the most recent state data.