Gov. Wolf, Challenger Wagner Tangle Over Public School FundingScott Wagner, the Republican candidate for governor, is accusing Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf of proposing a policy that would result in deep funding cuts to certain school districts, a claim Wolf's campaign says is absurd.
Gov. Wolf Boosts Minimum Wage Again For State EmployeesGov. Tom Wolf is raising the minimum wage for a second time for Pennsylvania government employees and contractors under his jurisdiction.
Clean Slate Law Bars Employers, Landlords From Seeing Long-Ago, Non-Violent Criminal ConvictionsLandlords and prospective employers will no longer be able to see if a potential renter or employee has been convicted of a non-violent crime in Pennsylvania.
$32.7B Spending Plan Heads To Pennsylvania Governor's DeskThe main appropriations bill in a $32.7 billion spending package for Pennsylvania's approaching fiscal year is heading to Gov. Tom Wolf's desk, more than a week early.
Gov. Wolf Requests Federal Disaster Aid After Severe Weather, LandslidesPennsylvania's governor is asking for federal help to address costs and damage from heavy rains that caused landslides in the Pittsburgh area earlier this year.
$32.7B Budget Package Speeds Through Pennsylvania HouseThe main appropriations bill in a $32.7 billion spending package for Pennsylvania's approaching fiscal year is speeding through the state Legislature.
Governors Pull National Guard Over Immigration PolicyEast Coast governors from both parties are refusing to deploy National Guard resources to the U.S.-Mexico border in protest of a federal immigration policy.
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Wagner Goes On Attack Against Wolf's Democratic Running Mate John FettermanMaybe it's because of his visibility in western Pennsylvania that Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner is taking shots at Braddock's John Fetterman.
State Budget Plan Begins To Emerge From Behind Closed DoorsDetails of a state budget plan are emerging as rank-and-file Pennsylvania lawmakers are beginning to hear details about a package negotiated behind closed doors.
Gov. Wolf Calling For Minimum Wage HikeGov. Tom Wolf is calling on state lawmakers to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage.
Gov. Wolf Launches Attack On Potholes With $181 Million BudgetGovernor Tom Wolf came to Pittsburgh on Friday to start an attack on potholes as part of his pledge to smooth out streets and provide a remedy for road repairs.
Gov. Wolf Planning To Sign Mandated Student Civics Knowledge TestGov. Tom Wolf plans to sign a new law requiring Pennsylvania students to take a test of civics knowledge, although they don't need it to graduate.