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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.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Two major Pennsylvania state government employee unions representing about 48,000 workers have agreed to a one-year contract extensions.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Party endorsements and money made the difference in who was nominated for state Supreme Court in Pennsylvania's primary election.
UPPER ALLEN, Pa. (AP) - Voters in some Pennsylvania towns have approved the sale of alcohol.
Carpenters fib, Philly Jesus backs Kenney, charter boss freaks on Helen Gym, trouble in Sanchez’s district ... and more!
Former Councilman and SRC chief Bill Green sure sounds like he’s interested in an independent run against Democratic primary victory Kenney.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A Philadelphia judge was nominated by Democrats in Tuesday's primary election to run for a seat on the statewide Superior Court, while voters bucked the party's endorsement and nominated a former Allegheny County solicitor to run for a Commonwealth Court seat.
The times have definitely changed in Harrisburg. Governor Tom Wolf invited advocates and legislators into his official residence Monday night for a forum on medical marijuana. The event marked a big shift for stakeholders who, for years, were ignored and thwarted by former Gov. Corbett.
Visiting one of the state's most financially challenged school districts Thursday, Gov. Wolf heard a simple message: We need money.
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.
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.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Two major Pennsylvania state government employee unions representing about 48,000 workers have agreed to a one-year contract extensions.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Party endorsements and money made the difference in who was nominated for state Supreme Court in Pennsylvania's primary election.
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.
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.