'A Heartbroken Mother': Murdered Pitt Student’s Family Gathers In Harrisburg To Push For PFA ReformThe family of a murdered University of Pittsburgh student is visiting Harrisburg today for a mission that they hope will save lives.
Speaker Sets March Votes To Fill 3 Vacant State House SeatsVoters in three Pennsylvania House districts will choose new state representatives during special elections scheduled for March.
Federal Overtime Rules, Vaping Age Restrictions Among New Laws Impacting Pennsylvanians In 2020New year, new laws in 2020 for people across the Commonwealth.
More Than 60,000 Pa. Workers Expected To See Pay Increase With New Overtime RuleMore than 60,000 Pennsylvania residents are expected to see a pay increase in 2020 as a new federal overtime rule goes into effect.
Pennsylvania Takes More Steps To Reduce Prison PopulationPennsylvania enacted a new law Wednesday that is designed to limit the stays of lower-risk offenders in prison.
Policymakers Ordering Review Of State Juvenile JusticeThe state is putting together a task force that will look to improve the juvenile justice system.
Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge Says He's 'Disappointed And Troubled' By President Trump's Ukraine CallA former Pennsylvania governor says he is troubled by President Trump's alleged actions that led to the impeachment inquiry, saying it was an "abuse of power."
Pa. Governor Tom Wolf Says 'No' To Speculation About Joining Presidential Ticket As Vice PresidentGovernor Tom Wolf responded to speculation that he would join a presidential ticket as the vice-presidential nominee.
Pa. Consumers Warned About Unsolicited Insurance Sales RobocallsThe Pennsylvania Insurance Department is warning consumers to beware of robocalls trying to sell insurance.
Pennsylvania's Sexual Abuse Laws Leave Survivors ConflictedWhen Pa. overhauled its child sexual abuse laws, absent from the bill-signing were some who had worked hardest to see the changes pass.
Pa. Lawmakers, Judges To Pull In Raises In 2020Pennsylvania state lawmakers, judges and top executive branch officials will collect another annual salary increase, with the governor passing $200,000 and rank-and-file lawmakers passing $90,000.