Pa. To Use Cameras In Highway Work Zones To Improve SafetyPennsylvania will place cameras in highway construction work zones as part of a pilot program to discourage speeding and improve safety.
Gov. Wolf Signs Anti-Hazing Law Named For Penn State PledgeThe death of a Penn State student after a night of drinking in a fraternity house is bringing a new anti-hazing law to Pennsylvania.
FEMA Denies Pa.'s Request For Disaster Relief To Fix LandslidesAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Gov. Tom Wolf reacted to the decision by FEMA to deny Pennsylvania’s request for disaster relief in the wake of the spring storms.
Anti-Hazing Law Named For Penn St. Student Heads To Gov. Wolf's DeskStricter criminal penalties for hazing will soon become law under legislation that has unanimously passed both chambers of the Pennsylvania Legislature.
Pennsylvania To Delay Keystone Exam Graduation Test Requirement AgainPennsylvania is poised to delay the Keystone Exams as a graduation requirement again and provide alternative ways for students to achieve proficiency.
Gov. Wolf Signs Tougher Rules For Guns In Domestic Violence CasesA new law is on the books in Pennsylvania requiring those convicted of misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence or subject to protective orders to give up their guns within 24 hours.
Wagner To Gov. Wolf: 'I'm Gonna Stomp All Over Your Face With Golf Spikes'Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner took to Facebook this morning to issue a warning to Gov. Tom Wolf.
Pennsylvania To Toughen Gun Laws In Domestic Violence CasesPennsylvania lawmakers have passed the first anti-violence legislation in years that deals directly with firearms.