One State Budget Deal Fails, But Another Rises In Its AshesWhat a difference a few weeks make.
House Votes To Delay Graduation Exams For Two More YearsThe state House is giving its approval to a plan to delay for two years a set of mandatory tests for Pennsylvania students before they can graduate high school.
Newsradio 1020 Editorial: Forget Reality TVForget “reality” shows on TV – Pennsylvanians can just watch the continuing dysfunction in Harrisburg.
Gov. Wolf Cautiously Optimistic To Have Budget Before ThanksgivingThe framework is in place to end the five-month budget impasse in Pennsylvania and Gov. Tom Wolf joined the "KDKA Morning News" with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about the proposed sales tax increase and property tax relief.
Big-Budget TV Show Threatening To Leave Pittsburgh If Pa. Budget Stalemate ContinuesSome fear the budget stalemate in Harrisburg could end up costing Pittsburgh thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in revenue.
Pa. Auditor General Launches Audit Of TurnpikeFresh on the heels of a KDKA Investigation into unpaid tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, the Pennsylvania Auditor General launched an audit of the turnpike today.
Framework Of A Budget Deal Emerges In HarrisburgThe outlines of a possible budget deal are leaking from the state capitol, and it could mean a little something for everybody but at a price.
Voters Give Democrats Control Of Pennsylvania Supreme CourtDemocrats have won a pair of open seats on Pennsylvania's mid-level appellate courts.
Furry Tails: Release The HellhoundsOkay, well maybe not hellhounds exactly. These dogs are just so much darn cuter.
Governor Threatens Closing Horse Racing In PennsylvaniaNo horse racing in Pennsylvania?
Pa. AG Kane Releases Explicit Emails Tied To Supreme Court JusticeAttorney General Kathleen Kane on Thursday made good on her promise to release emails received by a state Supreme Court justice that include nude photos and videos of women, raunchy and juvenile humor and other content demeaning to women.
Wolf Warns He May Suspend Horse Racing Amid Budget StalemateGov. Tom Wolf's administration warned Thursday that it may suspend horse racing in Pennsylvania in a week because a state budget stalemate has compounded the troubles of a deficit-ridden fund that is supposed to underwrite various regulatory functions over the sagging industry.