Gov. Wolf's Tough Budget Talk To Legislators Gets Mixed ReactionPennsylvania government will set a modern state record for budget gridlock on Tuesday when Gov. Tom Wolf sends lawmakers a spending proposal for the coming fiscal year with no full plan in place for the current fiscal year that began back in July.
Gov. Wolf: A 'Train Wreck' Is Coming If Budget Isn't BalancedDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is warning of huge cuts in spending for education and local services next year without a balanced budget as Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the state Capitol.
Wolf: Money Isn’t There For Funding State-Related UniversitiesA push by the Republican majority in Pennsylvania's House of Representatives to free up $578 million for Penn State and other state-related universities has failed.
Councilman-Elect Seeking Pardon Owes Thousands In FinesCourt records show 45-year-old Corey Sanders still owes more than $36,000 in fines and restitution.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers To Reconvene, Budget Status Unclear Pennsylvania lawmakers are going back to work for the first time since budget negotiations collapsed just before Christmas.
Gov. Wolf Vetoes Parts Of Budget, Calls On Legislators To Get Back To WorkGov. Wolf vetoed parts of an overdue state budget, but freed up $23.3 billion in funding this morning.
Turzai Adjourns House; Senate Abandons Compromise, Adopting Republican Budget PlanPennsylvania state government's 6-month-old budget stalemate is crumbling, but disagreements remain as lawmakers rush to approve bipartisan budget legislation before Christmas.
Votes Signal Breakthrough In Pennsylvania Budget StalemateGov. Tom Wolf is blaming House Republican leaders for Pennsylvania state government's nearly record-long budget stalemate ahead of another battle over what kind of spending plan the GOP-controlled House of Representatives will support.
Burgettstown Schools Vote To Borrow $4M To Continue Operating During Budget ImpasseBurgettstown Area School District voted on Monday to borrow $4 million so it can continue to operate in the midst of the state budget impasse.
Wolf's Office Says It Has Secured House Support For Tax BillThe Republican floor leader of the Pennsylvania House says he plans to bring up a vote on tax increases to end a state budget impasse that dates back nearly six months.
Another Tentative Deal Set For State BudgetLeaders in the Republican-controlled state Senate and House Democrats have reached an agreement on a tax plan to fund a new budget, but the Republican-controlled House could be a different story.
Pennsylvania School Districts May Lose Ability To BorrowPennsylvania's long budget stalemate could soon make it impossible for dozens of school districts to get another loan to stay open.