The lieutenant governor's starring in a show that's not serving him well.
By Tom Wolf
Harrisburg has been broken for years, failing to focus on what matters most to Pennsylvania families. For far too long, Harrisburg politicians have done the bidding of special interests, lobbyists, and their well-connected campaign contributors.
In a hand-delivered letter, the governor said the decision was necessary "to protect Commonwealth employees."
Since taking office in early 2015, Lt. Gov. Mike Stack billed the state for thousands of dollars in hotel stays in Philadelphia at the same time he owned a home there, newly released records show.
Until June 19, individual and business tax delinquents won't be charged late-filing penalties and will have half the interest waived on the owed amounts. The state hopes to collect $100 million under the program.
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The company experienced a major hack in January. The state health department said it had been assured that security issues were resolved.
Lt. Gov. Mike Stack was in the news this week for seeking reimbursements for questionable hotel stays and IndyCar tickets.
And, last week, for drawing...
The annual assessment considers more than 130 measures including public school hazard planning, flu vaccination rates, how well food and water safety are monitored, and 911 wireless capability.
The contentious and controversial special election for the 197th District of the state House has an unofficial winner — Democrat Emilio Vazquez...
A judge pushed back Rep. Vanessa Brown’s trial, which was to begin Monday, to mid-June. The trial has been rescheduled several times since Brown, a Democrat from Philadelphia, was charged in late 2014 with accepting cash in envelopes during an undercover sting investigation.
With the June 20 deadline approaching, some Republicans tout using gaming and alcohol revenues to address a budget gap. But Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman argued against using "addictive products" to pay bills.
Juveniles in adult jails are routinely held in isolation for weeks at a time. Advocates and some legislators say it's time to stop holding them there altogether.
As a new budget looms and deficits grow, the state gets a "D" in fiscal management.
It’s risky to ask readers to extend themselves on topics to which the vast majority barely pay attention.
So it was with trepidation that, in...
He reiterated his call for Seth Williams to quit, now that his law license is being suspended after he was indicted on 23 federal charges last month.