Democrat Tom Wolf and Republican Gov. Tom Corbett are heading across Pennsylvania in their final day of campaigning before voters decide who will be governor for the next four years.
Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial candidates are urging their bases to turn out and vote in Tuesday’s election
It’s being heralded as a big as a big boost to the local film industry, the ground breaking of a $10 million sound stage in McKees Rocks.
Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and his Democratic challenger Tom Wolf are spending the second-to-last weekend of the gubernatorial campaign in the Pittsburgh area.
It is the next to the last weekend of campaigning for the two men who want to live in the governor’s mansion in Harrisburg.
Many Pittsburgh families have made memories at historic Conneaut Lake Park.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf says he’d look to increase income taxes on Pennsylvania’s higher earners to expand the state’s share of public education funding.
Last month, Republican incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett leveled this charge against his Democratic challenger Tom Wolf.
Pittsburgh’s City Council voted preliminarily on Wednesday to go forward with an Act 47 recovery plan that includes the possibility of a property tax hike for city property owners.
Like thousands of taxpayers, Alan Siger of Shadyside paid his city income taxes on time and then noticed something peculiar, he told KDKA money editor Jon Delano.
Public corruption is no stranger to this state, whether it’s Republicans like former Pennsylvania Sen. Jane Orie and House Speaker John Perzel or Democrats like former Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Veon and House Speaker Bill DeWeese.
Last year, we found that Pittsburgh Public Schools like Minadeo in Squirrel Hill did not recycle, and that cardboard, bottles and cans – that were actually sorted inside the school – were being thrown in the dumpsters outside and hauled away to landfills with the general trash.
It’s the paperwork no one wants to get in the mail. A criminal complaint for a crime you had no clue you committed.
In his first broadcast TV interview, Republican Bob Guzzardi, who is challenging Gov. Tom Corbett in the May 20 Republican primary, is very blunt.
In a turbulent economy with constantly changing rules it’s no surprise that the bill from Uncle Sam can sneak up on some of us. Here are some tips to make sure you emerge (mostly) unscathed this April 15.