Gov. Tom Corbett
America’s Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was in town on Tuesday with a message to 1.2 million Pennsylvanians without health insurance.
A Pennsylvania judge is promising to rule quickly on whether a county clerk should be ordered to stop handing out marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court will hear arguments on Wednesday about whether to stop the issuance of marriage licenses to gay couples.
The George Zimmerman case has raised lots of questions about so-called “stand your ground” laws.
When the state legislature left Harrisburg earlier this week for summer break, Governor Corbett wasn’t the only one frustrated with their inability to pass major pieces of legislation like transportation funding and liquor reform.
Gay rights advocates hope the Supreme Court’s decision moves Pennsylvania a step closer to marriage equality.
Hundreds of teachers and public school supporters rallied in Harrisburg Tuesday afternoon hoping to stall school closings and layoffs this fall.
Gov. Tom Corbett is fighting to get billions of dollars to fix the state’s structurally-deficient bridges.
Joe Paterno’s family plans to file a lawsuit again the NCAA because of sanctions levied guest Penn State University.
A unique program is making many children very happy. The My Bike Program gives children with disabilities specially-made bicycles. For some, it’s the first bike they’ve ever owned.
The impact of the conviction and resignation of former Justice Joan Orie Melvin is already being felt with a stalled decision on a matter of vital importance.
Earlier this week, U.S. Airways CEO Doug Parker said it was likely the airline will move its flight operations center to Dallas in the next couple years. Six-hundred local jobs are at stake.
The Pennsylvania House will begin debate on the campaign to privatize the state’s system of state-owned liquor stores today.
It’s a tradition that dates back to 1869. Through wars, the depression and even a blizzard, Pittsburgh loves its St. Patrick Day Parade. And this year was no exception.
About 30 former Penn State football players showed up at a crowded Friday afternoon meeting of the Penn State Board of Trustees in Hershey, critical of the trustees handling of the Sandusky affair and their treatment of the late coach Joe Paterno.