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Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane addresses the media Wednesday in Harrisburg regarding the charges that allege she released confidential grand-jury materials.

Kane to Continue Appeal on Request for Emails

By Lizzy McLellan |

The Office of Attorney General will continue its appeal to the Commonwealth Court over a public records request for pornographic and otherwise inappropriate emails between government officials, Attorney General Kathleen Kane has said, even though some of those messages were unsealed Wednesday by the state Supreme Court.

Traffic Court

Back Pay Denied to Exonerated Traffic Court Judge

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

A former Philadelphia Traffic Court judge is not entitled to recouping back wages from his suspension without pay after being indicted on ticket-fixing-related charges, despite his eventual acquittal in federal court over a year ago, a disciplinary body has ruled.

Evidence of Lawsuits Denied in Wax Explosion Case

By P.J. D'Annunzio |

A woman who was severely burned when a jar of body wax exploded in her hand cannot introduce evidence of other wax-related lawsuits in her case against the manufacturer, a federal judge has ruled.

SRC, School District Can't Cap Charter School Enrollment

By Max Mitchell |

The School District of Philadelphia and the School Reform Commission do not have the power to enforce enrollment limits on charter schools, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.