The funds are part of a bipartisan bill signed into law in the months after the Parkland, Florida school shooting that killed 17 people.
8 hours ago
For victims and their families, having these reports come to light can be a vindication, but there are also a lot of difficult emotions that can be a struggle to process.
22 hours agoListen 6:57
More than 300 “predator priests” allegedly sexually abused over one thousand victims in six Pennsylva ...
2 days ago
The roughly 900 page report, paints a horrid portrait of activity that occurred in the dioceses of Scranton, Allentown, Harrisburg, Greensburg, Erie and Pittsburgh.
2 days agoListen 11:55
A redacted version could have been released Tuesday, but clergy named in the report have filed objections.
1 week ago
The report, lead by the Pa. Attorney General, is the result of a nearly two-year investigation that probes back seven decades and identifies more than 300 “predator priests"
1 week ago
The program, currently in 20 states, is looking to expand to Pennsylvania.
2 weeks ago
When moms are imprisoned, it hurts families, neighborhoods and communities, legislator says.
4 weeks ago
The 280-page bipartisan effort, “Report on Capital Punishment in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,” examined 17 aspects of the system, and proposed a series of reforms
2 months agoListen 1:53
State Rep. Mark Rozzi, D-Berks, is pushing to end the statute of limitations on child sex abuse cases and give victims abused long ago another chance to file a claim.
2 months agoListen 1:42
Elizabeth Geyer has been talking herself hoarse trying to change Pennsylvania’s criminal justice laws. She says a bill stalled i ...
2 months ago
A bill making its way through the Pa. legislature has split a community brought together by a common diagnosis, and it could be the next front in the abortion debate.
3 months agoListen 9:36
Pennsylvania’s state police force is reviewing its interactions with the federal immigration and customs enforcement, in the wake of ...
4 months ago
Report says Pennsylvania State Police standards for internal investigations of trooper-involved shootings are inconsistent and cause public distrust.
7 months ago
Citing case of Texas shooter who killed 26, Philly joins New York and San Francisco in suing U.S. Department of Defense to prevent violent criminals from getting firearms.
8 months ago
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