In the midst of continuing court hearings on the state’s controversial voter ID program, Governor Tom Corbett defended the new photo identification law that opponents say could keep thousands from voting on November 6th.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett, fresh off Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech in Tampa.
The latest round of Port Authority service cuts have been put on hold for now after vote Tuesday morning.
It’s not yet a done deal, but on Sunday, Port Authority bus drivers took a giant step to enabling the restoration of public transit service cuts in September.
Governor Corbett boarded a vintage car and was first to cross the impressive Mon River Bridge linking Washington and Fayette counties and two major sections of the Mon-Fayette Expressway.
Shell Oil is proposing a huge petrochemical plant in Monaca. Currently it’s home to the Horse Head Corporation zinc plant. The zinc plant is about to close and move to North Carolina, eliminating hundreds of jobs for our region.
There was a strong showing of support at Penn State University Tuesday morning as hundreds of people gathered on campus to welcome and cheer on the football team as it embarks on a new season.
Public transit as we know it will continue with no major cuts if the deal being worked on right now gets finalized and signed off on in the next week or so.
Could the scandal at Penn State bring even more change there, and at other universities? During a taping of the KD-PG Sunday Edition, Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner said he’ll push for reforms.
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.