On a picture perfect summer day in Pittsburgh, Gov. Corbett, his wife Sue, and some staff took advantage of the beautiful day to kayak down the Allegheny River from Blawnox to just below Heinz Field where he moored his kayak with a little help.
Governor Tom Corbett toured US Steel’s Clairton Coke Works Monday where construction continues on the modernization of its coke batteries. Its work, company officials say, guarantees the presence of US Steel in the Mon Valley for years to come.
Republican Pennsylvania State Representative Mike Turzai gives away true intent of Republicans’ new voter ID laws.
Negotiations between state, county, and union officials to avoid a one-third cut in transit service on September 2 are underway, and it involves concessions by bus drivers that could trigger state dollars for the Port Authority.
A new bill to expand the use of red light cameras in Pennsylvania is on its way to Gov. Tom Corbett’s desk. The legislation allows the use of red light cameras here in Pittsburgh as well as in suburban Philadelphia and larger municipalities across the Commonwealth.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell has been under fire lately from members of his own party.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell is making the rounds promoting his new book and doing a little reflecting.
Investigator Andy Sheehan questioned the performance and funding of cyber schools and whether some schools are getting money over and above the actual cost of educating a child online. Gov. Corbett says it’s time to reduce the funding for cyber schools.
Governor Tom Corbett is making his first comments today about $1.6 billion in tax breaks he’s proposing to help bring Shell Oil’s new multi-billion dollar cracker plant to Beaver County.
Governor Tom Corbett, R-Pennsylvania, was in Pittsburgh today. He started bright and early and used the nation’s oldest radio commercial radio station, NewsRadio 1020 KDKA, to talk about issues with the economy and the state budget.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John ask tough questions about the state to Pa. Governor Tom Corbett live in studio!
Gov. Tom Corbett is not up for reelection until 2014, but beginning Wednesday, one group will start to run television ads against him.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets this morning in an effort to send a message to Gov. Tom Corbett about proposed cuts to public education funding.
A group of local faith, community and labor leaders are headed to Harrisburg to protest the governor’s budget cuts, which they say are killing the community.
Accompanied by his girlfriend, former State Rep. Bill DeWeese, of Waynesburg, reported to the Dauphin County Prison.