Cell phones, we all have one, five billion of us worldwide to be exact.
“I called Pinnacle Health kidney transplant program and I made one of the strangest calls of my life, I said ‘hello I’m Steve Turner, you don’t know me but would you be interested in one of my kidneys?” I mean how do you make a call like that?”
An easy way to save yourself from identity theft and it has to do with a wallet.
Every year we get the calculator and tax forms out or go online and spend hours doing our taxes, in hopes of getting a refund. But you may be surprised to learn, there are deductions out there that you could be missing out on.
We’ve all heard the line that America is becoming an entitlement society or welfare state, with half of U.S. households now receiving some type of government benefit. But a CBS 21 News investigation has taken that stat one step further to show you how much people are actually getting for free.
In return for $1.58 billion in funding to higher education, university leaders in turn promised to work to keep tuition increases as low as possible for their students.
34-year-old Matthew Meckley turned himself in to York Area Regional police on a charge of corruption of minors.
Many people don’t realize it, but it is illegal to bet in a sporting pool in the State of PA. But one State Senator is trying to change that.
You’re feeling the pinch. Despite avoiding the so-called “fiscal cliff,” you’re socked with another two percent in taxes because the social security tax reduction was phased out this year.
The quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens recent use of the word “retarded” has set a movement in motion by two teens in Dauphin County.
Reports confirm six tractor trailers and seven cars were involved in the chain-reaction crash.
he personal injury attorneys of Dale E. Anstine have launched a new mobile app designed to help users gather and store crucial information at the scene of a vehicle accident.
Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County update
The president of Bucknell University says an internal investigation has revealed that school officials falsified students’ average SAT scores.
An eastern Pennsylvania high school says vandalism forced it to create a policy in which toilet paper has been taken out of the boys’ bathrooms.
A recent poll finds that two-thirds of gun owners will defy new restrictions on firearms.
The chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board plans to retire next week, but he’ll return as an $80-an-hour consultant.
Police in one Pittsburgh suburb have come up with a new twist on an old adage: Where there’s smoke … there’s marijuana.
Select committees of the state legislature are continuing to question Governor Corbett’s effort to turn the management of the Pennsylvania Lottery over to a British firm.
Saying the move is long overdue and flanked by high-profile reform advocates, state Reps. Louise Williams Bishop and Michael P. McGeehan, both D-Phila., today announced a renewed push to update archaic statute-of-limitations laws in child sexual abuse cases at a Capitol Rotunda news conference.