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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.
Wolf's Office Says It Has Secured House Support For Tax BillThe Republican floor leader of the Pennsylvania House says he plans to bring up a vote on tax increases to end a state budget impasse that dates back nearly six months.
Police: Pennsylvania Teen Arrested For Trying To Help ISIS, May Have Planned AttackA Pennsylvania 19-year-old has been arrested on charges he attempted to provide support to the Islamic State group.
Governor & Others Point To State House As Reason For Budget StalemateA day in Harrisburg sometimes feels like eternity, especially when trying to get to the bottom of why state lawmakers can't agree on a state budget.
Michael Vick Lobbies For Law To Protect Animals In Hot CarsNFL quarterback Michael Vick got the celebrity treatment as he visited the state Capitol on Tuesday to lobby for a bill to help protect cats and dogs from being left in unattended vehicles.
Michael Vick Supporting Bill To Save Pets' LivesSteeler Michael Vick is heading to Harrisburg Tuesday to support what may seem like an unlikely cause: It's a bill that could save the lives of dogs and cats.
Senate Tries To Forge Ahead Amid 11th-Hour Budget ClashLawmakers are trickling back into the Capitol for another day of work in an 11th-hour clash over a deal to end Pennsylvania's 5-month-old budget stalemate.
Pennsylvania Budget Process In Peril As House GOP Backs OffPennsylvania senators trickled into the Capitol on Sunday to continue work toward a budget deal, a job made more challenging by the House Republicans' decision in recent days to walk away from negotiations that have stretched on for months.
House GOP Veers Away From Deal To End State Budget StalematePennsylvania House Republicans revolted Saturday against the latest plan between Gov. Tom Wolf and top lawmakers to break a five-month budget stalemate, leaving two competing plans and any resolution in doubt.
Police: Woman Tried To Stab Paramedic In ChestAuthorities are searching for a woman they say lunged at a paramedic with a knife and tried to stab him in the chest.

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