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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Kathleen Kane
When a third-party power generation supplier tempted Robin Hagins with a low rate in 2012, it was too good to pass up.
A newspaper says documents it has obtained show Attorney General Kathleen Kane's office has spent more than $96,000 in its review of the Jerry Sandusky child-sex investigation.
Pennsylvania's attorney general is encouraging people to contact her office if they have complaints about unexpected and dramatic increases in electricity bills.
Pennsylvania's attorney general won't appeal a recent ruling that clears a nurse of assisted-suicide charges in her elderly father's death.
Following a request by a state senator from northern Pennsylvania, state Attorney General Kathleen Kane is reviewing whether her office has jurisdiction to investigate complaints into the costs that natural gas exploration giant Chesapeake Energy Corp. deducts before it pays royalties to the owners of land where it drills.
A former acting state attorney general says his decision to shorten the length of time the office retained its emails had nothing to do with Gov. Tom Corbett or the ongoing Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse investigation.
A Philadelphia nurse accused of helping her 93-year-old terminally ill father kill himself by handing him a bottle of morphine said Wednesday she was unjustly prosecuted, and her supporters begged Pennsylvania's attorney general to refrain from appealing a judge's decision dismissing the case.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane got a warm reception Tuesday from the Senate Appropriations Committee, even though she was asking for a $12 million boost in funding for her office.
A Pennsylvania man released from a life sentence before he was ordered back to prison has another chance to pursue his innocence claims in what's become a twisting legal odyssey.
Police say a woman who overdosed earlier this week may be the first in that western Pennsylvania county to die from fentanyl-laced heroin being blamed for at least 22 other deaths in Pittsburgh and surrounding counties.
Pennsylvania's top prosecutor said Wednesday her office's review of how the Jerry Sandusky criminal case was handled has gone slower than anticipated because of a time-consuming process to retrieve internal emails that were once thought to have been permanently deleted.
A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday:
Drug dealers may be "rebranding" a deadly heroin blend that is being blamed for 22 overdose deaths in western Pennsylvania, Attorney General Kathleen Kane said.
At least a half-dozen people have been charged by authorities in and around Pittsburgh with possessing heroin that is stamped with street names linked to drugs that investigators believe have caused 22 fatal overdoses in recent weeks.
Heroin found at the scenes of at least some of 22 suspected overdose deaths also contained fentanyl, the Allegheny County medical examiner's office said Tuesday as authorities struggled to address a growing crisis in western Pennsylvania.
Kane said her office has received hundreds of complaints.
"These spikes in the price of electricity are alarming and have put many consumers ... in a dire situation," Attorney General Kathleen Kane said. "We are looking at these price increases and will be prepared to take action to protect affected customers."