Two years ago, then-Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane staged one of the most unusual public gatherings in the history of Harrisburg: She summoned reporters to a room to examine pornographic emails found on her agency's computers, naming eight officials involved with them. The impact was swift and nasty. Reputations were tarnished. Five people lost their jobs. Careers were thrown off track. Read more
It looked innocuous enough, the large envelope that had been dropped outside Jim Alden's apartment. But when Alden opened it around 4 a.m. Tuesday - apparently thinking it contained medication - the package exploded, police said, leaving the 60-year-old hospitalized with injuries to a hand and his face, and authorities searching for answers in an incident that seemed ripped from the pages of a spy novel. Read more
Katie Rice knew something was wrong when she got the results of her 20-week ultrasound. Read more
The Bellmawr  farmhouse stands in the path of the I-295 and Route 42 realignment project. Read more
The idea of making a sandwich out of Thanksgiving leftovers should be appealing this weekend. Read more