Pennsylvania Posts Applications For Medical Pot DispensariesPennsylvania will soon be accepting applications from those who want to grow and process medical marijuana as well as those who want to establish and run dispensaries.
Shapiro Sworn In As New Pa. Attorney GeneralFormer Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro took the oath of office as Pennsylvania’s next attorney general on Tuesday.
Pa. Sen. Scott Wagner Announces For Governor, Attacking WolfIn front of a crowd of about sixty supporters in Murrysville, PA Sen. Scott Wagner of York County made it official.
Bill For Pa. Email Probe Hits $1.8 MillionThe final price tag for a probe of inappropriate emails exchanged by Pennsylvania government employees will reach almost $2 million.
Spat Between Gov. Wolf And State GOP ContinuesA dispute between the Wolf administration and the Pennsylvania Senate is causing pain for unemployed workers in Pennsylvania.
Mylan To Purchase Cold-Eeze Lozenge BrandThe Pennsylvania-based maker of Cold-Eeze throat lozenges has announced that it has sold the brand to another pharmaceutical company for $50 million.
Faced With Looming Budget Deficit, Local Lawmakers Rule Out Major Tax HikesThere’s at least one thing Pennsylvania lawmakers of both parties agree on -- the state faces another budget deficit.
Teen Faces Charges Over Alleged Racist Video Of Black Teen Eating Chicken WingsThe student recorded a high school student eating chicken wings and, in narrating the piece, used a slur and made references to "being broke and on welfare."
New Laws Take Effect In Pennsylvania, Hiking Some Taxes And FeesThe first of every year always means a tax hike in something, and 2017 is no different, starting with something most of us feel at the gas pump.
Pa. Family Survives Treacherous Conditions After Getting Stranded At Grand CanyonA family from eastern Pennsylvania is sharing an incredible story of survival after getting stranded last week on their way to the Grand Canyon.
Pennsylvania's Universities Are Losing Students; Worse Than Most StatesWhile students enjoy their Christmas winter break, Pennsylvania's colleges and universities are getting some bad news. Student enrollments are declining.
Trump Nets Pennsylvania's 20 Electoral Votes For PresidentMore than 200 demonstrators are on the steps of Pennsylvania's Capitol to greet members of the state's 58th Electoral College.

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