Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: State Police Issue 27 Warnings To Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses Still OpenState police have issued 27 warnings to non-life-sustaining businesses that are still open despite Gov. Tom Wolf's order to close physical locations.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Gov. Tom Wolf Extends Stay-At-Home Order To Erie Co.Gov. Tom Wolf is extending the stay-at-home order to Erie County.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Gov. Tom Wolf Extends Statewide School Closures Another 2 WeeksAll K-12 schools in Pennsylvania will be closed for another two weeks amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Gov. Wolf, Lawmakers Reach Agreement To Postpone State's Primary Until JuneGov. Tom Wolf and state lawmakers have reached an agreement to postpone the state's primary elections from April until June.
'Troopers Aren't Going To Be Lining Up Eager To Write Citations': Police Begin Enforcement Of Business Shutdown OrderPolice will begin enforcing Governor Tom Wolf's order for all non-life sustaining businesses to close their physical locations.
Lt. Gov. Fetterman: 'Stay Home, Stay Informed, Stay Calm' What Pennsylvania Is Doing To Slow The Spread Of CoronavirusLt. Governor John Fetterman joined KDKA Morning News to discuss what the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is doing to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: What Are The 'Non-Life-Sustaining' Businesses Ordered To Shut Down?Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all non-life-sustaining businesses to close amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: State's First Coronavirus-Related Death ConfirmedPennsylvania has its first coronavirus-related death, an adult from Northampton County.
Coronavirus Closures: Gov. Wolf Says 'Please Stay Home,' Calls For Statewide Shutdown Of All Nonessential BusinessesGov. Tom Wolf has extended a shutdown order to the entire state of Pennsylvania in an effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Gov. Tom Wolf Cancels All K-12 Schools Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered schools to close for two weeks starting Monday in an effort to contain coronavirus.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf: Mass Gatherings, Public Recreational Activities Discouraged Amid Coronavirus OutbreakPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he is strongly discouraging mass gatherings and is asking Pennsylvanians to stay away from public "recreational activities."