WEST MIFFLIN (KDKA) — There are concerns over school-issued credit cards after a KDKA investigation discovered questionable spending. Expensive lunches, nightclub outings and a $50 purchase at the beer distributor are just a few of […]
Some state officials call it a temporary cash flow problem. Others say it’s more serious.
Auditor General, Eugene DePasquale, addressed the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce Friday morning.
Former state Auditor General Jack Wagner is dropping out of the governor’s race.
In his first television interview as a candidate for governor, former Auditor General Jack Wagner told KDKA political editor Jon Delano that he knows — in a crowded field — he’s the only candidate from western Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania’s Auditor General will be in town today to talk about a proposal that would raise the minimum wage.
Although the state Attorney General Kathleen Kane says Governor Corbett’s plan to privatize the Pennsylvania Lottery is illegal, Corbett just extended the time to cut a deal with the British company Camelot until the end of the year.
An audit by state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale found school districts are hurting financially because Governor Corbett and the legislature no longer reimburse school districts when their students attend charter schools. KDKA’s Jon Delano has the story.
The race for Pittsburgh mayor is heating up.
It looks like there will be a third candidate for Pittsburgh Mayor in the Democratic primary.
For decades, Pennsylvanians have bought bottles of wine and liquor from one of the state’s 600 wine and spirits stores and cases of beer from their local distributor, but all that could change.
KDKA-AM’s Rob Pratte talks to new PA AG Eugene DePasqual about his new job, what he expects in his new position, and his grandfather.
It’s getting down to the wire for Gov. Tom Corbett to okay a deal with a British company to take over the Pennsylvania lottery, but outgoing Pa. Auditor General Jack Wagner is raising some red flags.
State Auditor General Jack Wagner has just a few weeks left in his term of office, but he’s not about to quit his famous audits quite yet.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike needs $450 million. The banks keep lending money, and the Turnpike has to raise gas taxes and fares in order to keep up with the debt.