Wednesday, May 27, 2015

State

  • More Top Stories
  • Latest News
Wolf said the criminalization of pot rips families apart.
Gov. Wolf campaigned on the concept of decriminalizing marijuana statewide. Last week, he reinforced his support for the issue again to WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh:...
HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf's embattled nominee to head the Pennsylvania State Police will not face criminal charges or fines for removing road signs near his Harrisburg-area home that were critical of him, a central Pennsylvania prosecutor announced Thursday.
Visiting one of the state's most financially challenged school districts Thursday, Gov. Wolf heard a simple message: We need money.
Montgomery County Commissioner Chairman Josh Shapiro has told national Democratic Party leaders that he will not run for the nomination to challenge Republican Sen. Pat Toomey next year.
WASHINGTON - Here is how Philadelphia-area members of Congress voted on major issues last week: House Research tax credit. Voting 274-145, the House on Wednesday passed a Republican-drafted bill (HR 880) to expand the research-and-development tax credit for businesses and make it permanent instead of subject to periodic renewal as it is now. Because the b
Montgomery County Commissioner Chairman Josh Shapiro has told national Democratic Party leaders that he will not run for the nomination to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey next year.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - With six nominees vying for three open seats on the state Supreme Court and campaign dollars already flowing by the millions, change is inevitable.
Jim Kenney finally drops in, Dwight Evans and Johnny Doc gain power, Susquehanna International Group down $11M, and more...
State Rep. Dom Costa has co-sponsored legislation that would require state agencies to cross check lottery winners with public welfare recipients.
HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf's nominee to serve as secretary of state faced resistance Tuesday from Republican lawmakers who said he deserved blame for not stopping Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell.
Wolf said the criminalization of pot rips families apart.
Gov. Wolf campaigned on the concept of decriminalizing marijuana statewide. Last week, he reinforced his support for the issue again to WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh:...
HARRISBURG - Pay now, or pay more later. That was the message Gov. Wolf and law enforcement officials delivered Tuesday outside the state prison near Harrisburg to call for more money for early-childhood education, an investment they said has been shown to boost high school graduation rates and reduce the number of people in prisons.
Baer Growls: Here we go again. Yet another attempt to make Pa. more relevant in presidential candidate selection seems yet again doomed to fail.
WASHINGTON - Here is how Philadelphia-area members of Congress voted on major issues last week: House Research tax credit. Voting 274-145, the House on Wednesday passed a Republican-drafted bill (HR 880) to expand the research-and-development tax credit for businesses and make it permanent instead of subject to periodic renewal as it is now. Because the b
Montgomery County Commissioner Chairman Josh Shapiro has told national Democratic Party leaders that he will not run for the nomination to challenge Republican Sen. Pat Toomey next year.
Visiting one of the state's most financially challenged school districts Thursday, Gov. Wolf heard a simple message: We need money.
If you've ever won any money in the Pennsylvania Lottery, you already know that those winnings are not subject to Pa.'s 3.07 percent income tax; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
At the top of the ballot is the confusing contest for state Supreme Court. There are 6 candidates in each party. You pick 3. Here’s some help.
Baer Growls: A Philly assistant D.A. responding to a lawsuit filed by a defendant in a state sting case might just have the quote of the month.
HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf's embattled nominee to head the Pennsylvania State Police will not face criminal charges or fines for removing road signs near his Harrisburg-area home that were critical of him, a central Pennsylvania prosecutor announced Thursday.