Man convicted in 3 deaths; bodies were burned in pig roaster
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A jury has convicted a man in the slayings of three young men whose bodies were found buried at a suburban Philadelphia farm. Sean Kratz was convicted Friday of first-degree murder and other offenses. The jury must now decide on a sentence of death or life in prison. The 22-year-old went to trial after rejecting an earlier plea deal. A cousin, 22-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison.
Report: Two-Thirds of PA Military-Age Young Adults Not Eligible to Serve
Retired Generals and Admirals with the nonprofit group “Mission: Readiness” say the military is missing recruitment goals, and enlistment numbers are down. There are a few different reasons for that, but perhaps the biggest one is military ineligibility.
Gov. Cuomo announces winner of inaugural Grow-NY business competition
A Geneva business has been selected as the inaugural winner of the food and agriculture challenge known as Grow-NY. Governor Cuomo announced that RealEats America will be awarded $1 million, as it works to create a lasting economic impact on the state's agri-business.
State court spokesman Lucian Chalfen says the system aims to have the updated juror information card set for distribution by early January.
Students from rural counties across the state met in Harrisburg today to show off their skills in robotics and technology. Governor Tom Wolf was there to see their hard work pay off.
Tuesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation enacting The Restoration of Honor Act, which gives LGBTQ veterans who were denied an honorable discharge because of their sexual orientation or gender identity the right to apply to have their state veterans' benefits restored.
With the winter weather quickly approaching, the enrollment for New York State's Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is now open.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday the $17 million project will result in almost 4,300 square feet of new and refurbished exhibit space with an increased emphasis on the stories of Purple Heart recipients.