Gov. Wolf, a Democrat, has not endorsed the plan, but Republicans who control the Senate sent strong signals Wednesday that it may be what ultimately ends up being the solution to the state's nearly four-month-long budget stalemate.
Gov. Wolf's borrowing from the state treasury to pay bills while the General Assembly wrestles over how to pay for the state's $32 billion spending plan that became law last summer violates the state Constitution, according to a petition for a preliminary injunction, which also aims to block Wolf's plan...
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The association of Pennsylvania prosecutors said Monday it sees some positives in a new report that found death sentences are more common when the victim is white and less common when the victim is black.
Fixing the state's dysfunctional government requires changing some of the fundamentals. A constitutional convention can make that happen.
The president's daughter will press for the Trump tax plan, the White House's top legislative priority. The stop will allow give her a platform in a moderate part of the state.
He announced plans to borrow more than $1 billion, and just this week, ordered two state agencies to begin merging most of their duties.
Critics say the day center will attract more homeless to Center City. But look around. They're already in Center City.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board on Friday voted to hire financial and legal advisers to help pursue Gov. Wolf's proposal to borrow $1.25 billion against future profits of the state's alcoholic beverage control arm.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania is getting yet another extension to comply with a federal law that requires driver's licenses meet anti-terrorism standards.
A judge has ordered a stay in the case until the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Gill v. Whitford. With 2018 elections around the corner, the League of Women Voters is asking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to step in.
Marino had spent years trying to get versions of his bill passed. The successful version reportedly was written by a former DEA lawyer who had taken a revolving-door job with the drug industry.
BLUE BELL, Pa. (AP) - With primary campaign season starting up, Pennsylvania's three announced GOP candidates for governor auditioned Thursday night for Montgomery County Republicans, whose members may be the state party's most generous campaign donors.
"I don't know where we are right now," House Minority Leader Dermody said.
Those eight words encapsulated what most everyone in the Capitol was thinking as the week drew to a close: more than three months into the state's stubborn impasse, those involved in negotiations are out of new ideas for a deal...