Two more Pennsylvanians were arrested for their part in the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection on the US Capitol. A former member of the Philadelphia chapter of the Proud Boys also pleaded guilty to obstructing police during the attack. Two more Pennsylvanians were arrested...
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that a Stroud Township law that prohibits gun ranges in designated residential areas does not violate the Second Amendment.
Justin Mohn, 32, was charged with first-degree murder and abusing a corpse after he beheaded his father, Michael, and publicized it in a 14-minute YouTube video where he called his father a traitor to his country and encouraged violence against government officials.
Justin Mohn reportedly murdered his father in the home they shared, then posted a video where he said his father “is now in hell for eternity as a traitor to his country” and called for “a second American Revolution.”
A big reason for the spike was the record number of guns detected at Philadelphia International Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture confirmed that it has received reports of dogs suffering from symptoms consistent with those experienced by dogs in states such as Oregon, Colorado, and New Hampshire where the respiratory illness was first reported last month.