Gov. Wolf To Sign Temporary Fix For Unemployment Comp SystemDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf will sign legislation to flush $15 million into a chaotic state unemployment compensation system that's forcing the jobless to wait longer to get questions answered or benefits checks.
Cyberattack Still Idling Pennsylvania Senate DemocratsThe computer network for Pennsylvania's Senate Democrats remains shut down by what they call a "ransomware" cyberattack that's drawn the attention of the FBI.
Gambling Expansion To Be Introduced As State Lawmakers Begin New TermThe newest class of Pennsylvania state lawmakers, their family members and supporters are headed to the state Capitol for swearing-in ceremonies.
State Jobless Center Workers Being Laid Off In Funding FightHundreds of state employees caught in an unemployment compensation program funding dispute between Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration and Senate Republicans spent their last day on the job Monday before they qualify for jobless benefits themselves.
Pa. House GOP Spokesman: 'Police Names Bill Likely To Return'The bill would have made it a crime for law enforcement agencies to release the name of a police officer involved in a shooting
Hundreds Get Layoff Notices In Jobless Centers Funding FightLayoff notices are going out to more than 500 Pennsylvania state employees because of a dispute over additional state funding for unemployment compensation services.
Senate OKs Bill To Allow Ride-Sharing Companies To OperateThe Pennsylvania Senate has approved legislation to allow ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft to operate in the state.
Court Won't Consider Deal For Judge In Salacious Email CaseThe ethics case against a suspended Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice over his email practices could be resolved during a hearing in Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Survives Vote To Remove Her From OfficePennsylvania senators debated Wednesday whether to remove from office the state's attorney general because her law license is suspended while she defends herself against criminal charges.
Senate Moves Pennsylvania Budget Fight Into House's CourtThe Pennsylvania Senate sprinted through hundreds of pages of just-unveiled budget legislation Thursday, handing it back to the House Republican majority and all but ensuring that a five-month stalemate that is crippling social services agencies would blow into next week.
Senate Begins Debate On Measure To Kill School Property TaxThe Pennsylvania Senate is beginning debate on a measure to eliminate school property taxes statewide by replacing the money with increases in state tax rates on sales and income.
License Plate Stickers May Be Out In 2017, Or Maybe NotPennsylvania is set to phase out the rectangular registration stickers on license plates by the end of 2016, so long as the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) does not convince lawmakers to reverse legislation.