Governor Tom Corbett
Gov. Tom Corbett talked with Rob Pratte Saturday morning about the outcome of the Jerry Sandusky trial and what it means for the state of Pennsylvania.
Rob Pratte talked with Gov. Tom Corbett about the cracker plant and what is the latest and what we should be expecting in the future with the plant and the region.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John ask tough questions about the state to Pa. Governor Tom Corbett live in studio!
Last week, Governor Tom Corbett seemed to draw a hard line against any state money to restore major service cuts made by the Port Authority Transit. Basically, Corbett said it was up to the transit union to work with management to cut costs. This week, the governor has softened his tone.
On Friday, the Port Authority board of directors is set to cut service next September by 35 percent, affecting most of the system’s 225,000 daily riders and eliminating service outright to about 40,000 riders.
Gov. Tom Corbett talked to Rob Pratte and explained parts of the states budget.
Governor Tom Corbett is trying to lower expectations that Harrisburg will do anything about the reassessment problem in Allegheny County.
Gov. Tom Corbett, who was Pennsylvania’s attorney general when the grand jury investigation into Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sexual assaults on young boys was launched, tells Marty Griffin what this case has done to damage the reputations of both the state and the school.
Gov. Tom Corbett announced his education reform package Tuesday morning, pleasing small business representatives but angering many teachers’ unions and their members.
Governor Tom Corbett outlined his plan for state oversight of Pennsylvania’s booming Marcellus Shale natural gas industry Monday.
The PA Senate approved the latest “castle doctrine” bill today by a lopsided 45-5 vote.
He was touring a high-tech business in Clairton, but with charts and graphs at his side, there was no question Governor Corbett came to defend his budget – especially the cuts in education.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — All across Pennsylvania, school districts are about to feel a real financial pinch. It’s the loss of millions of dollars in economic stimulus money that President Obama funneled into school districts for […]
After the high of winning a big election is over, the reality of governing a very big state in difficult economic times with a huge budget deficit and lots of different critics is enough to […]