Audit Finds Financial Abuse In Struggling Duquesne School DistrictAn audit by state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale found that a former Duquesne School District superintendent and four other employees used district funds as "their own personal piggy bank."
PWSA Audit Uncovers 'Lack Of Leadership' & 'Years Of Mismanagement'Years of mismanagement, a lack of leadership and impaired decision making are some of the findings of an audit of the Pittsburgh Water Sewer and Authority.
Woodland Hills School District To Be Audited After Violent VideosAuditor General Eugene DePasquale will soon begin a comprehensive audit of the Woodland Hills School District.
Auditor General Slams Penn State For High Tuition, Admission Bias Against PennsylvaniansPenn State University is under sharp criticism after a recent audit uncovered some major issues.
Pennsylvania May Need Outside Lending Help To Prop Up BudgetA letter, delivered to lawmakers Wednesday, says the state may need to borrow as much as $3 billion between July and next April.
Gov. Wolf Questions Bonuses Awarded By Philadelphia Host Committee Chaired By Gov. RendellLast summer when Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton, Philadelphia hosted the convention -- which gave local delegates front row seats.
Audit Rips Accounting In Pennsylvania Jobless Benefit SystemA new audit says it's unclear if the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry properly spent millions in recent years on an unemployment compensation system that has melted down during a funding fight.
Pa. Auditor General: Legalizing Marijuana Would Create Jobs, Generate Tax RevenueNext year, medical marijuana will be available for purchase across Pennsylvania. So, is legalizing recreational pot soon to follow?
City Controller: ‘Everywhere We Turned At PWSA, There’s A Problem’Pittsburgh’s city controller released the findings of a PWSA performance audit Thursday morning.
Mayor Calls For Investigation Into Cause Of Boil Water AdvisoryMayor Bill Peduto is calling for a targeted investigation into the recent water issues that affected parts of Pittsburgh.
Auditor Says Clearer Rules Needed For Use Of Drilling FeesPennsylvania's auditor general says the state should rein in what he called questionable spending of some of the hundreds of millions of dollars in fees from a natural gas drilling boom that have swelled local government coffers under a nearly five-year-old state law.
Arbitrator: Pa. Cyber Charter School Must Give Teachers Jobs BackCiting declining enrollment, the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School laid off several teachers last year.