PA Department Of Aging Seeks Improvements In Elder-Abuse CaseworkThe PA Department of Aging is trying to take a harder line with county agencies that field thousands of elder-abuse complaints a year.
Investigators: 10-Year-Old Boy Shot Little Sister With Gun He Thought Was A Toy Police say a 10-year-old boy playing with a gun he thought was a toy shot his 6-year-old sister in the chest.
State Attorney General Discusses Opioid Epidemic With Local LeadersThe state attorney general was in western Pennsylvania today to discuss the opioid epidemic gripping the region and state with local leaders.
Man Charged With DUI After Going To Vote At Elementary School A Day EarlyPolice in Pennsylvania say they've arrested a man who showed up to an elementary school intoxicated and hoping to vote - on the wrong day.
Judge Orders Seizure Of Raffle Tickets Tied To Pa. Mayor's RaceA judge has ordered the seizure of raffle tickets offering the chance to win cash or a new iPhone for voting in a Pennsylvania mayor's race.
Trump Pitches Tax Reform Plan In Pa., Claims It As Boost For TruckersPresident Donald Trump pitched his tax plan as a boost for truckers at an event Wednesday in Pennsylvania, saying, “America first means putting American truckers first.”
Trump To Visit Pennsylvania For Tax Cut PlanPresident Donald Trump is heading to Pennsylvania next week to make his case for an overhaul of the nation's tax code.
Lawmakers Return Amid Effort To End 3-Month Budget StalemateLawmakers are to return to the Pennsylvania Capitol amid a three-month-old budget stalemate.
Pa. House Vote On GOP Budget Plan Expected TodayThe state House is expected to vote today on a controversial plan to pay for the already enacted state budget.
Pennsylvania House Returns, With Fight Over $2.2B UnresolvedMembers of Pennsylvania's House of Representatives are trickling back into the Capitol for their first session in seven weeks as a two-month budget stalemate shows no signs of ending.
Business Groups Punch Back Against Energy Tax LegislationPennsylvania business groups are warning a state Senate-passed proposal to increase energy taxes will hurt the industry's competitive standing, cause higher bills for consumers and scare off investment.
Governor Wolf: 'Comfortable With Communications' As Revenue Discussions Trundle OnGovernor Wolf continues to put forth a brave face as the effort to fund the state’s new budget remains in limbo.

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