Wolf Urges State House To Act On Revenue PackageLate last month, the state Senate passed a measure to close the $2.2 billion budget gap, and now Governor Wolf is pressuring the House to move forward.
Lawmakers Looking To End ‘Lunch Shaming’Lawmakers are working to take action aimed at ending the practice known as “lunch shaming.”
PennDOT, Pa. Turnpike Propose Speed-Monitoring Cameras To Ensure Work Zone SafetyWith all the road projects underway throughout the summer, it can be dangerous for construction workers. PennDOT has now come up with a new way to keep an eye on drivers and try to slow them down.
Local Lawmakers Call For Shakeup At Agency That Monitors City FinancesPennsylvania State Senators Jay Costa and Wayne Fontana have become the latest lawmakers to call for a shakeup at the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, which oversees the City of Pittsburgh’s finances.
Munhall Mayor Honored For Decades Of ServiceMunhall has been the mayor's workplace since 1964. He was auditor for eight years, then served on council for 15 and took over as mayor.
Bill Introduced To Prevent Turnpike Drivers From Avoiding TollsKDKA was the first to report about drivers blowing through the toll area on the Turnpike without paying, but that soon could change.
Senators Offer Bi-Partisan Bill To Give Highmark Customers Access To UPMCIn just nine months, Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield subscribers will lose low-cost access to UPMC doctors and facilities.
Local Politician Working On Bill To Criminalize Revenge SitesThey’re sites of revenge and spite – nationally there’s TheDirty.com – and closer to home there’s Butler Trash, where anonymous users post lewd pictures and scurrilous accusations, calling their victims drug and sex addicts and worse.
Democratic Lawmakers Call On Governor To Fund TransportationA group of Democratic lawmakers from our area urged Governor Tom Corbett to come up with more money to improve transportation infrastructure and do more for mass transit.
Could There Be 2 Pa. Primaries At Double The Cost?The Pennsylvania Primary is April 24. But could there be a second primary later this year - at double the expense to taxpayers?
State Lawmakers Urge Quick Action On ReassessmentsWith implementation of the new assessment numbers put on hold for another year, does that give time for the state legislature to stop court-ordered assessments?
State To Intervene In UPMC-Highmark FightThe landmark deal in June that cemented the partnership between Highmark Inc. and the West Penn Allegheny Health System has caused no shortage of bad blood between Highmark, western Pennsylvania's largest health insurance provider, and WPAH's chief rival, UPMC.