Gov. Wolf: Pension Reform Benefits Employees & Taxpayers Pennsylvania is moving to cut costs again in its big public pension plans, among the nation's most troubled.
Pa. Senator Wants Better Pittsburgh To Harrisburg Rail ServiceThe Pennsylvania Senate is taking the first steps in the hopes of improving rail service between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.
Pa. Delegate To GOP Convention Accused Of 'Fat-Shaming' Trump SpokespersonIt's a particularly ugly form of ridiculing people.
April Tax Collections Bring More Bad News For PennsylvaniaAnother bad month of tax collections is deepening Pennsylvania state government's budget hole.
100 Days In, Trump Says He's Brought About 'Profound Change'President Donald Trump on Saturday marked his 100th day in office by saying he had brought "profound change" to Washington and reaffirming that "my only allegiance" is to those he governs.
Child Sex Abuse Victims Bill Advancing Through State LegislatureA state House committee has advanced a Senate-passed bill that would allow more time for victims of child sex abuse to seek justice.
Pennsylvania House GOP Plan Doubles Down On Spending Cuts House Republicans are advancing a $31.5 billion no-new-taxes budget proposal for Pennsylvania state government.
State Senate Moves Bill To Fix Unemployment Compensation MessThe Senate Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to authorize $15 million to at least temporarily alleviate long delays for people calling to apply for benefits.
Pa. Senate Sends Real ID Bill To The HousePennsylvania has until June 6 to commit to compliance with Real ID
Pa. Senators Seeking To Strengthen State PFA Laws Divided Over GunsA group of Pennsylvania lawmakers has proposed legislation to put more teeth into the state’s Protection From Abuse laws.
2nd Child Dies In Fire Linked To Exploding HoverboardAuthorities say a second child has died from a fire in Pennsylvania that fire officials blamed on an exploding hoverboard.
Internet Gaming Back On State Lawmakers' MindsLawmakers have yet to enact legislation to allow for more gaming