Washington Co. Commissioner: Judge Ruling Pennsylvania's Pandemic Restrictions Unconstitutional A 'Huge Victory'A Washington County commissioner said a federal judge’s ruling that the state's pandemic restrictions are unconstitutional is a "huge victory."
Pennsylvania Senate Passes Bill Allowing School Districts To Make Decision On Fans At GamesThe Pennsylvania Senate passed a bill that gives school districts the power to decide who can attend sporting events.
Mixed Reaction From Pittsburgh-Area Restaurant Owners To Gov. Wolf Increasing Indoor Capacity To 50 Percent
Hero Statue Nominations For President Donald Trump's National Garden Of American Heroes Are InThe nominations of statues for President Donald Trump's planned National Garden of American Heroes are in.
Programs Available To Provide Help To Renters As Moratorium On Evictions Set To ExpireIt's a day that many renters were hoping never came. Today, the statewide moratorium on evictions is set to expire.
Poll: 54 Percent Of Pennsylvanians Approve Of Governor Tom Wolf's Coronavirus Pandemic ResponseGovernor Tom Wolf received a favorable rating from more than half of voters in the poll.
Legal Pot In Pennsylvania? Gov. Tom Wolf Wants State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana For Covid-19 ReliefPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is calling on the legislature to legalize recreational marijuana in an effort to help businesses and individuals hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Tom Wolf Wants To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Help During Coronavirus Pandemic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is calling on the legislature to legalize recreational marijuana in an effort to help businesses and individuals hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Pa. Applies For Additional $300 Per Week Unemployment Funding From Federal ProgramFor people collecting unemployment in Pennsylvania, they could soon see bigger checks.
PIAA Votes To Begin Fall Sports Season On MondayThe Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association has voted to begin the fall sports season on Monday.
Fixing Pennsylvania's Mail-In Vote Glitches Goes Down To WireLawsuits are filling the vacuum of action to fix problems or ambiguities with Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting laws.