Flowers were left in the door in memory of a neighbor who died in a fire Saturday night.
On Monday morning, Gov. Tom Corbett signed the most expansive and expensive transportation funding bill in recent years promising major new investments.
Gov. Tom Corbett is defending a transportation funding bill that raises what he calls “fees” on gasoline suppliers.
They’re sites of revenge and spite – nationally there’s TheDirty.com – and closer to home there’s Butler Trash, where anonymous users post lewd pictures and scurrilous accusations, calling their victims drug and sex addicts and worse.
The pilot of a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Route 43 in August when a piece of the propeller came off. Now the pilot says he is being charged thousands of dollars to pay the cost of those who responded to the incident.
Should “In God We Trust” be posted in public school buildings? That’s what a bill introduced by a suburban Pittsburgh legislator would require.
Every year Americans use more than 100 billion plastic bags.
A new bill introduced by State Sen. Daylin Leach could impose a two cent tax on each new plastic bag used by grocery shoppers statewide.
Graffiti along the Three Rivers Heritage trail has gotten the attention of bike riders who say they’re disappointed someone has vandalized the bike trail with paint.
The state Senate held its third and final hearing Tuesday on a variety of plans to privatize part or all of the state’s wine and spirits business.
A Pennsylvania state senator says it’s time Pennsylvania took DNA samples from those arrested for serious offenses.
The Pennsylvania Senate will vote this week on a transportation bill.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey took to the floor of the Senate Wednesday afternoon to defend his scaled back bill to require background checks of some, but not all, gun purchases.
Pittsburgh City Council gave preliminary approval to a bill that repeals the law that set up a petty cash fund for the use of the mayor, and effectively requires the mayor to access funds like any other city employee.