Governor Wolf Announces $136 Million Investment in Water InfrastructureSeventeen counties in Pennsylvania are part of an expansive water infrastructure investment.
Governor To Veto $100 Million Private Schools Bill In PennsylvaniaDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf plans to veto legislation passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature to substantially expand taxpayer support by $100 million for private and religious schools in Pennsylvania.
New Voting Machines On Display For Voter Comments In Allegheny CountyAll the new machines produce a paper ballot to verify your vote and seemingly can't be hacked by Russians or anyone else.
Gov. Tom Wolf Says Early Stats Point To Drop In 2018 Overdose DeathsGov. Tom Wolf says preliminary statistics are pointing to a decrease in overdose deaths in Pennsylvania last year, as his administration suggests the opioid crisis might be starting to wane in some parts of the state.
Pennsylvania Urged To Spend $1/Person On Census EffortGovernor Wolf has tapped a commission to study how to ensure an accurate census.
Governor Wolf Honors PennDOT District 11 Team Members For Work Reopening Route 30Governor Wolf honored ten members of the Bridgeville-based District 11 PennDOT staff that helped reopen Route 30 following a landslide.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's Approval Rating At All-Time HighPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's approval rating among residents is now at at an all-time high, according to a new poll.
Gov. Wolf Supports Studying Petition To Make Pa. Carbon Neutral By 2052Gov. Tom Wolf supports allowing his administration to study a petition calling for a cap-and-trade program in Pennsylvania.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman To Hold Public Listening Sessions On Legalizing MarijuanaGov. Tom Wolf's administration is taking a new step in its exploration of legalizing marijuana, with Lt. Gov. John Fetterman preparing a series of town hall-style public listening sessions.
Gov. Tom Wolf Issues Executive Order To Reduce Greenhouse GasesWarning that climate change is all too real – “The threat that we're confronting is not an abstract problem” – Governor Wolf signed an executive order on Tuesday in Pittsburgh.
Tougher Penalties Take Effect For Repeated Pa. DUIsThe legal consequences for repeatedly driving under the influence in Pennsylvania have become much more severe under a new law that just took effect.