Gov. Wolf Standing Firm On Budget PositionGov. Tom Wolf is standing firm on his position as the nine-month budget impasse continues without an end in sight.
Ex-Trooper Accused In Pa. Turnpike Slaying Was $300K In DebtCourt records show a retired state trooper accused of fatally shooting two Pennsylvania Turnpike workers filed for bankruptcy last year.
Gov. Wolf Blasts Republicans On Latest BudgetGov. Tom Wolf toured Brashear High School's career and technical education program on Thursday where he saw first-hand some of the thirteen CTE skills training efforts that could be cut if the legislature and governor fail to reach agreement on a budget.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Start Debating Medical Marijuana BillThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives took up a proposal Monday to permit the use of marijuana for medical purposes, a potential breakthrough for supporters who have worked for several years to get legalization through the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers To Take Up Medical Marijuana ProposalA proposal to allow marijuana to be prescribed for a list of medical conditions is heading to the Pennsylvania House floor, where it could face changes before a final vote.
State House To Consider Legalizing Medical Marijuana Next WeekTwenty-three states have legalized doctor-prescribed marijuana in limited cases.
Gov. Wolf Links Wilkinsburg Tragedy To Inaction In HarrisburgIt was supposed to be a tour of Wigle Whiskey to promote an increase in the minimum wage, but the number of cameras told everyone it was about something else.
Official: Gov. Wolf To Boost Wages For State Workers, ContractorsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to sign an executive order ensuring a minimum wage of $10.15 an hour for all employees under his jurisdictions and employees of state contractors.
LIST: Best Places To Live In The United StatesA new list is ranking the best United States cities to live in.
Changing Harrisburg Will Take Longer Than A Year, Wolf SaysDemocrat Tom Wolf's first year as Pennsylvania governor was consumed by a knock-down, drag-out budget fight, and perhaps it had to be expected.
Butter Sculpture Heralds 100th Pennsylvania Farm ShowThe unveiling of a life-size butter sculpture Thursday heralded the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show, which is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors during eight days of livestock judging, rodeos, farm equipment displays and culinary attractions ranging from pulled pork to renowned milkshakes.
Gov. Wolf Has Strong Words About GOP House Leaders While Visiting PittsburghGov. Tom Wolf met with young entrepreneurs at Innovation Work's alpha lab, but he couldn't resist lobbing strong words at Pennsylvania House of Representatives Republican leaders for reneging on the budget compromise he says he had with them.