Michael Rubinkam

  • Navy vet arrested at Trump hotel on gun charges due in court

    The tip received by police was vague, but potentially dire: a Pennsylvania physician was on his way to the nation's capital with a carload of weapons, planning to visit the president.

  • An FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force member enters a home in Harrisburg, Pa., Tuesday afternoon. Dec. 17, 2015, where Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz, 19, was arrested on charges he attempted to provide support to the Islamic State group. Authorities say Aziz used Twitter to advocate violence against U.S. citizens and military members and to disseminate Islamic State propaganda. Federal prosecutors say a backpack in Aziz's closet contained five loaded high-capacity magazines, a modified kitchen knife, a thumb drive, medication and a balaclava, leading them to suspect he may have been plotting an attack.(James Robinson, /PennLive.com via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT
    Young Pennsylvania man arrested on terrorism charges

    Young Pennsylvania man arrested on terrorism charges A Pennsylvania 19-year-old pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group, used Twitter to spread its propaganda and had a backpack with ammunition that suggests he might have been plotting an attac

  • In this March 26, 2015, photo, Jay Rhoads raises a 1970 Chevelle SS at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, Pa. When Penn College of Technology revved up its vintage vehicle restoration major in 2012, it became one of just a handful of degree programs around the country teaching teens and 20-somethings how to help refurbish and maintain North America’s fleet of more than 10 million classic cars. (AP Photo/Ralph Wilson)
    Students major in coupes and convertibles

    When Penn College revved up its vintage vehicle restoration major in 2012, it became one of just a handful of degree programs around the country teaching young people how to help refurbish and maintain classic cars.