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Past articles by Matt:

Conservative Pa. university student’s conviction for illegally recording professor upheld

Jared Schafkopf claimed his conviction was invalid and that the social media ban violated his free speech rights. → Read More

Pa. man accused of beating cop with Trump flag during Jan. 6 riot at U.S. Capitol

Howard Richardson's actions were filmed by officers' body cameras, the FBI says. → Read More

Pa.’s school mask mandate voided by divided Commonwealth Court

The acting education secretary lacked authority to issue that controversial order, the court majority found. → Read More

Hey, those are our Kisses! Hershey Co. files trademark lawsuit against cookie company

The Hershey Company is known for ferociously defending its trademarks, especially its iconic Kisses logo. → Read More

Woman injured while riding child’s slide at park in Bucks County has lawsuit tossed

The woman claimed she fractured her ankle in a rut at the base of the slide. → Read More

Pa. court upholds order closing restaurant for violating Gov. Wolf’s COVID-19 mask mandate

The restaurant's owners questioned the constitutionally of Wolf's action and the effectiveness of face masks in curbing the spread of the virus. → Read More

Lehigh Valley Amazon workers win court battle seeking pay for time in security screenings

The ruling stems from a class action lawsuit filed against Amazon. → Read More

With 42 arrests, Pennsylvania ranks 3rd in people charged in Capitol riots

Only Florida and Texas bested the Keystone State on that dubious roster. → Read More

Pa. State Police charge 1 of their own with obstruction, records tampering

Cpl. Jennifer Ruhl has been suspended without pay. → Read More

UGI customers to see gas rate hikes in June and December

By December, the average residential customer will be paying $4 more a month, the company says. → Read More

Feds go after $650K in cash seized from ‘trembling’ driver after traffic stop on I-80

The money was found in two shopping bags and a cereal box in the rental car's trunk, investigators say. → Read More

Did FBI find $400M in Civil War gold in Pa. forest? Lawyer says he has new clue in case.

William J. Cluck has spent years fighting for information on behalf of a treasure hunting company he says guided the feds to the Elk County site. → Read More

Judge: Pa. woman accused of stealing Nancy Pelosi’s laptop, must stay off internet

Agreeing she is too much of a cyber risk, the judge said Riley June Williams may go online only to consult with her lawyer. → Read More

Is a Pennsylvania woman charged with joining in the U.S. Capitol riot on the run with Nancy Pelosi’s laptop?

Federal authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Riley Williams, whom the FBI says was filmed encouraging rioters inside the Capitol during the Jan. 6 melee. → Read More

Pa. residents among the dead and those charged in riot at U.S. Capitol

A Schuylkill County man died, and a man and a woman from the Keystone State are listed as being charged with unlawful entry on a roster issued by Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police. → Read More

Pa. woman can’t keep $4.15M winning lottery ticket, state court rules

The Acme store where the woman worked is the ticket's rightful owner, the judges found. → Read More

Pa. Supreme Court to hear appeal by jailed trucker who killed 3 in horrific crash on I-83

Jack Satterfield claims he was over-sentenced for the October 2018 crash that killed a father, his baby daughter and a college student and injured several others. → Read More

Thief who gave judge a fake character letter can’t beat forgery conviction, must read ‘Pig the Fibber’

A state appeals court rejected Indiga Davis' claim that she wasn't trying to con the judge into giving her a lighter sentence. → Read More

Lightning strike blamed for fire that destroyed Berks barn, killing chickens

The bolt hit the barn Thursday night. → Read More

Pa. Supreme Court rejects plea to order comprehensive release of juvenile criminal offenders over coronavirus

The justices said releases must be weighed case-by-case to protect the public as well as the offenders. → Read More