Governor Tom Wolf Pushes For More Hazard Pay For Frontline WorkersGovernor Tom Wolf is pushing state lawmakers to provide more in hazard pay for frontline workers.
Pennsylvania State House Approves Bill Allowing Parents To Give Kids Do-Over Of 2020 School Year
Study: Pennsylvania One Of The Least Hardest-Working StatesA study ranks Pennsylvania as one of the least hardest-working states.
Global Internet Outages Made Unemployment Compensation Websites Inaccessible For Hours, Intermittent Issues Still Expected After Systems RestoredIf you were having issues accessing Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation websites Sunday morning, you were not alone.
Pennsylvania Utility Regulators Extend Moratorium On Shutoffs For 3 More WeeksPennsylvania state utility regulators have extended a moratorium preventing utilities from terminating service to non-paying customers for three more weeks.
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.
Gov. Wolf Urges Legislature To Pass Election Reform ProposalsGov. Tom Wolf is urging the legislature to quickly pass his plan that he says will make elections safer and more secure.
GOP Bill That Would Let School Districts Decide On Sports Clears State House CommitteeRepublican-sponsored legislation that would give Pennsylvania school districts the final say over whether to hold sports and other activities during the pandemic cleared a House committee Thursday,
Pennsylvania Leaders Meet To Discuss How Start Of School Year Will ProceedWith classes starting again at local schools, state leaders convened one more time.
Chief: 5 Fires In Pennsylvania's Capital 'Intentionally Set'Investigators on Wednesday were searching for clues after five fires in Pennsylvania's capital city were “intentionally set.”
State Rep. Matt Dowling Proposes Bill Increasing Capacity Limits For Catering & Event VenuesThe legislation would increase capacity at certain events, like weddings, from 25 people to 50% capacity.
Pennsylvania Democrats Aim To Keep Green Party Off Fall Statewide BallotDemocrats in Pennsylvania are challenging the paperwork filed by the state Green Party to get its candidate on the fall election ballot for president and several statewide offices.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Meet To Solve Problems With Unemployment BenefitsLawmakers in Pennsylvania met to solve the state's problem with unemployment benefits.
Educators Looking To Pa. Lawmakers For Protection From Potential Lawsuits If Schools Have Coronavirus OutbreaksPennsylvania lawmakers are continuing to work on what they can do to help schools reopen safely.
House Education Committee Hears Concerns About Reopening SchoolReopening schools is the hot topic of discussion in Harrisburg this week.