State Auditor General Jack Wagner has just a few weeks left in his term of office, but he’s not about to quit his famous audits quite yet.
Tattoo parlors are springing up everywhere, but if you get ink in Pennsylvania you’re doing it at your own risk. That’s because parlors and tattoo artists are not licensed or regulated. KDKA Investigator Andy Sheehan reports that cases of infection and disease are on the rise. And that has some state officials calling for reform.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike needs $450 million. The banks keep lending money, and the Turnpike has to raise gas taxes and fares in order to keep up with the debt.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) — Rob Pratte talks with Auditor General Jack Wagner. He says in order to be successful in this economy, Pittsburgh needs to start by fixing its infrastructure, in addition to using natural resources […]
U.S. Congressman Tim Murphy and Pennsylvania Auditor Jack Wagner toured the Moon Township 911th Airlift Wing Wednesday Morning. The visit was an effort to discuss the bases’ efficiencies to eventually save it from closing.
There was a strong showing of support at Penn State University Tuesday morning as hundreds of people gathered on campus to welcome and cheer on the football team as it embarks on a new season.
Could the scandal at Penn State bring even more change there, and at other universities? During a taping of the KD-PG Sunday Edition, Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner said he’ll push for reforms.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks with Auditor General Jack Wagner about funding for charter and cyber charter schools.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte talked with Auditor General Jack Wagner Saturday morning.
The election for Mayor of Pittsburgh is still a year away, but already candidates are maneuvering behind the scenes to take on Luke Ravenstahl.
The county courthouse was closed for the New Year’s holiday, but several hundred elected officials and supporters of State Rep. Chelsa Wagner jammed the Grand Staircase inside. It was the swearing-in of Allegheny County’s first female county controller.
With Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner appearing before the House Liquor Control Committee Wednesday to argue against privatizing Pennsylvania liquor sales, the largest union representing state liquor store employees is throwing its support behind him.
Mike Pintek talks with Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA about his department’s recent audit of Pennsylvania’s liquor stores and the Liquor Control Board.
A plan to generate hundreds of millions of dollars toward the city’s depleted pension fund is not getting high marks from the state. A new report said that plans to get pensions at least half-way funded are not enough.
Mangino talks with Auditor General Jack Wagner about the possible 5 billion dollar budget Deficit the next governor might inherit, and why neither candidate is talking about it.