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.
The U.S. Postal Service says it will delay plans to cut Saturday mail delivery because Congress isn’t allowing the change.
A bill designed to help more puppy buyers get their money back after buying a sick or diseased dog is on its way to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
A local man is being credited with helping police catch a suspect accused of stealing from the Walmart in Natrona Heights.
A bill proposed in the West Virginia House of Delegates would require three separate drug tests before teenagers could get a driver’s license.
The bad condition of the area’s locks and dams is obvious. For 21 years, David Boyd — who now captains a tow boat — has seen the problems coming.
For all the commotion — some would say insanity — that Washington created over the fiscal cliff these last few weeks, you’d think final approval of a bill late Tuesday night to avoid the cliff would mark lots of changes in tax rates for average Americans. Not so.
All it needs now is the President’s signature. Late Tuesday night, the House of Representatives approved a bill to avert the Fiscal Cliff.
Military spouses have higher unemployment rates than many others because their families are often required to move around a lot.
A new bill to expand the use of red light cameras in Pennsylvania is on its way to Gov. Tom Corbett’s desk. The legislation allows the use of red light cameras here in Pittsburgh as well as in suburban Philadelphia and larger municipalities across the Commonwealth.
Gov. Tom Corbett has signed a controversial bill that requires all voters to show identification at the polls.
A bill has been introduced in Pittsburgh City Council that would authorize Mayor Luke Ravenstahl to negotiate a new deal to sell city parking assets in an effort to solve the city’s pension problem. Council […]