Taxes, state government finances and education policy dominated the first debate in the Pennsylvania governor’s race Monday night, as Republican Gov. Tom Corbett sought to raise questions about the viability of Democrat Tom Wolf’s policy goals and Wolf attacked Corbett’s handling of the economy and schools.
Tom Wolf highlighted support for public education with a tour of a local school.
Julie Nixon Eisenhower, daughter of President Richard Nixon, keynoted the 250th anniversary gala this week for the Fort Pitt Blockhouse.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald is pledging to veto a measure to post the U.S. motto “In God We Trust” in county council’s chambers.
A campaign ad for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf has been pulled from television by Wolf’s campaign.
All public school students in a low-income district in western Pennsylvania will receive free school breakfasts and lunches.
It’s part of a national effort to honor the motto “In God We Trust” led in Pennsylvania by state Rep. Rick Saccone who rallied folks at the state capitol last November.
Parents of children with different types of epilepsy explained how medical marijuana could help their kids without the serious side effects of other drugs, at a town hall meeting in Export Tuesday night.
On the anniversary of women’s suffrage, Attorney General Kathleen Kane sat down for an exclusive interview with KDKA political editor Jon Delano, who asked her about breaking the glass ceiling as the state’s first elected woman AG.
Attention child predators – Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s revamped Child Predator Section is out to catch you.
Consol Energy has cut roads through forested lands to reach six pads designed to support 45 wells to extract natural gas under and near the Pittsburgh International Airport.
When Bob O’Connor died just months after taking office, thousands flooded the City County Building where his body was lying in state.
Sophie Masloff knew politics better than most men, having done grunt work in Democratic Party headquarters for decades.
Former Mayor Sophie Masloff was known for her personal touch with the people of Pittsburgh.
Taxpayer dollars paid for the trip, but no money was spent to buy or smoke marijuana.