Wolf Rejects GOP Map Of U.S. House Districts As Deadline NearsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is rejecting a Republican-drawn map of Pennsylvania's congressional districts.
As Deadlines Loom, Lawmakers Exchange Words On Congressional RedistrictingWhen the state legislature failed to pass a redistricting bill by last Friday's Supreme Court deadline, two Republican leaders -- House Speaker Mike Turzai and Senate President Joe Scarnati -- drew up their own plan and sent it on to the governor.
Gov. Wolf Lifts Act 47 'Distressed City' Status From PittsburghWith signatures from Gov. Tom Wolf and Community & Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin, Pittsburgh is no longer an Act 47 distressed city.
Pennsylvania Working To Overhaul Voting MachinesPennsylvania says it's working on a comprehensive overhaul of its election apparatus, including its voter registration database.
Gov. Wolf Submits Budget, Calls For Marcellus Shale Tax, Minimum Wage Hike, Fee For Those Using State TroopersDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf's forthcoming budget plan will rely on improving tax collections and a Marcellus Shale natural gas tax to put more money into Pennsylvania's public schools, skills training, opioid-addiction prevention and social services.
Gov. Wolf To Roll Out Budget ProposalDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf will roll out his fourth and final first-term budget proposal, an election-year plan that'll be relatively restrained after three years dominated by drawn-out budget fights with the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Gov. Wolf Hears Input From Pittsburgh Voters On Redrawing Of State’s Congressional MapA battle over Pennsylvania’s Congressional map has gone all the way to the United States Supreme Court, and Gov. Tom Wolf is weighing in.
As Communities Opt Out, Process Begins To Award New Pa. Casino LicensesTrying to plug a nearly $2 billion budget hole without raising taxes led the state legislature and the governor to expand gaming in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Paid $900,000 To Settle Dept. Of Revenue Sexual Misconduct Case In 2016Pennsylvania has revealed it paid $900,000 in 2016 to settle a workplace sexual misconduct case, its biggest payout of that type to come to light in recent months.
New Deal Between UPMC, Highmark Extends In-Network AccessUnder a new agreement, Highmark health insurance will maintain in-network access to UPMC hospitals in western Pennsylvania.
'No Doubt' Harrisburg Gunman Was Targeting Police OfficersA prosecutor says there's "no doubt" that a gunman who fired at police in Harrisburg was targeting police officers.
Gov. Wolf Praises Franken Resignation, Sidesteps Whether Trump Should ResignU.S. Sen. Al Franken's resignation was praised by Gov. Tom Wolf in Pittsburgh on Thursday.