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Dead Body Falls Out of Coroner Van, Lands in Road

Dead Body Falls Out of Coroner Van, Lands in Road

This is not a prank.

A dead body on a gurney fell out of a coroner's van when a door malfunctioned, sending the corpse into the middle of a busy roadway in Bucks County. Read More »

Pa. Lawmaker, Sister Charged In Ghost-Worker Scheme

Pa. Lawmaker, Sister Charged In Ghost-Worker Scheme

Ghost employee 'Timothy Duckett' was on payroll for over a year

Rep. Jose Miranda is accused of hiring a no-show worker to funnel money to his sister. Read More »

Lawsuit: PA Church Worker Stole $340,000 From Fund For Poor

Lawsuit: PA Church Worker Stole $340,000 From Fund For Poor

66-year old Sharon Warunek was the office manager of the church's charitable donations fund.

Sharon Warunek, the office manager of a charitable donations fund for the Scranton, PA, Diocese has been accused of stealing at least $340,000 from the office. Read More »

Man, 74, Convicted In Attack On Co-Worker With Screw-Studded Bat

Man, 74, Convicted In Attack On Co-Worker With Screw-Studded Bat

A 74-year-old Pennsylvania man who attacked a co-worker with a club studded with screws faces the possibility of as much as 25 in years in prison after a judge found him guilty of aggravated assault. Jesse Felder was convicted in Montgomery County Court on charges of aggravated assault and possessing an... Read More »

Man Pleads Guilty To Tainting Co-Workers' Yogurt With His Own Semen

Man Pleads Guilty To Tainting Co-Workers' Yogurt With His Own Semen

A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to a charge of food tampering following allegations that he tainted yogurt cups with his own semen. Authorities said that Joseph Bartorillo, 60, secretly injected semen into containers of yogurt brought to work by two female co-workers at a Procter & Gamble paper... Read More »

10 States Losing The Most Jobs To China

10 States Losing The Most Jobs To China

China is taking American jobs, labor unions, politicians and economists, have accused for some time. The logic is simple. While a manufacturing job in the U.S. may pay $50 an hour, when salary and benefits are factored in, Chinese factory laborers make little more than a few hundred dollars a month. Read More »

Video Game Addiction Gets Lawyer Suspended From Practice

Video Game Addiction Gets Lawyer Suspended From Practice

There's no shortage of people addicted to video games, but it's the rare person who becomes so obsessed with them that he loses his job. In Pennsylvania, however, a 43-year-old lawyer has been banned from practicing law for three years after his addiction to video games resulted in sloppy legal work, The... Read More »

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