Wine & Spirits
Police are responding after a man was shot in the legs Monday night.
At Pennsylvania’s state stores, the bottles are neatly lined up and ready for sale, but each year, many of them are stolen, broken or are somehow lost, resulting in millions in losses for taxpayers. Liquor Control Board Chairman Joseph Brion inherited the problem when he took office in January.
Governor Tom Corbett was in Pittsburgh and talked about several issues affecting the state, including the natural gas industry, education and the proposed privatization of the state’s liquor stores.
PLCB CEO Joe Conti sat down with KDKA’s Mike Pintek in a frank discussion concerning the state of the liquor control.
Surveillance cameras recorded a smash-and-grab burglary on the North Side.
With the threat of privatization looming, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has come up with a proposal that would keep the system under state control.