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A look at strange, odd and weird news from around Pennsylvania this week.
A look a eight items for sale posted throughout Pennsylvania Patch sites.
More than $43 billion was collected for nuclear waste dump that never came to be.
End of an era? Consultant predicts half of U.S. malls will close in the next decade.
Some of the top Patch stories from Pennsylvania this week.
In years past, the state’s first West Nile Virus-carrying mosquito was found in mid-June, according to officials.
The Department of State receives and files campaign finance reports for state legislature, governor, lieutenant governor and committees expending money to influence state elections.
Three boys ranging from 13 to 15 years old have been charged with murder in what police are calling a bid for notoriety within a gang.
A flash-flood warning is in effect for Montgomery County through Friday night. Heavy rains have been falling all day.
The FBI is now offering a $20K reward as investigators plan to use a submarine to search a lake as mystery deepens.
Patch and Zillow team up to bring you local real estate news.
The Salvation Army is accepting monetary donations online or by phone at 800-725-2769. The donors should specify that the money is designated for San Diego fire relief.
If an agreement isn't reached, two Regional Rail unions could strike or be locked out.
The state's unemployment rate has not been this low since September 2008, the Department of Labor and Industry said.
Too much testing? One high school has decided to dump midterms and finals to preserve more classroom time. What do you think?
Expect periods of heavy rain and possible thunderstorms throughout the day.
Only one other video in existence shows FDR walking.
Sean Crudup, 44, then a customer service representative for United Airlines, was caught on surveillance video handing luggage off to his fiancée.
New research shows the more parents spend on their kids' sports, the more likely kids won’t enjoy playing them.