Pennsylvania Governor's Father, Bill Wolf, Dies At Age 95Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's father has died at age 95.
Gov. Wolf Visits Flood Victims In Fayette CountyGov. Tom Wolf toured the worst hit sections of Fayette County Friday.
Gov. Wolf Gives Nonunion Workers Largest Raise In Recent HistoryGov. Tom Wolf is giving state government managers and other nonunion workers the largest boost in pay they've received in at least a couple decades and perhaps longer.
Governor's Attorney General Pick Is Kane's Ex-Chief DeputyPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is nominating Kathleen Kane's former top deputy to step in as attorney general for the remaining months of her term.
Despite Rocky Start, Wolf Says Last Six Months Have Been Good For PennsylvaniaGov. Tom Wolf admits he had a rocky first year as the state's chief executive.
Gov. Wolf Predicts Clinton 'Will Do Quite Well In Pennsylvania'Gov. Tom Wolf, who is also serving as the chair of the Pennsylvania delegation, joined the "KDKA Morning News" and says Pennsylvania is a “very important” state for Hillary Clinton to win.
Gov. Wolf: Access To Medical Marijuana Will Come Sooner Than LaterThe department of Health says it'll take until early 2018 to make medical marijuana available to eligible patients, but Gov. Tom Wolf said it won’t take that long to get access.
New Law Makes Interlock Mandatory For 1st Time DUI OffendersGovernor Tom Wolf is cracking down on drunk drivers. Wednesday, the governor signed Senate Bill 290 into law.
Pennsylvania Launches US' 24th Medical Marijuana ProgramPennsylvania has become the 24th state to legalize a comprehensive medical marijuana program.
Wolf Urges Lawmakers Not To Pass New Abortion RestrictionsGov. Tom Wolf is urging lawmakers not to hold a vote next week on bill to place new limits to abortions in Pennsylvania and is repeating that he'll veto the measure if it passes.
Wolf Signs LGBT Anti-Discrimination Executive OrderPennsylvania's governor on Thursday barred state contractors and grant recipients from discriminating based on sexual orientation or gender identity as he awaits action on stalled legislation that would ban such bias in employment, housing and public services.
East Allegheny Schools, Other Programs Relieved Budget Impasse Is OverNews that Pennsylvania will have a budget because Gov. Tom Wolf will allow the GOP version to become law came just the nick of time for some school districts and social service groups.