Review Says Pa. Lawmakers Introducing, Passing Fewer BillsThe number of bills introduced and the number of laws passed by the Pa. legislature has fallen since peaking in the early 1990s, study says
Pa. Prison Officials Plan To Close Another PrisonWith costs rising and population declining, state officials have decided to close a Pennsylvania prison.
Harrisburg Think-Tank Says There's 'A Glimmer Of Hope' In Shrinking CEO-To-Employee Wage Gap In Pa.For 23 years, the Keystone Research Center has discovered income inequality among Pennsylvania workers.
US Appeals Court Hands Truckers Defeat In Turnpike Toll SuitA federal appeals court says high tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike don't violate the right of truckers and other motorists to travel between states, upholding a lower-court dismissal of their lawsuit against state agencies and officials.
Gov. Wolf Says He Wants Answers On 4 Children Separated From Families By ICEPennsylvania's governor says at least four children from his state were recently separated from their parents by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Gov. Tom Wolf Warns 200K Jeopardized By President Trump's Food Stamps MoveGov. Tom Wolf is warning that food stamp benefits for about 200,000 people are jeopardized by a Trump administration move to stop allowing states to exceed federal income eligibility thresholds.
Review Urged After 3 Parolees Charged In Separate HomicidesProsecutors and corrections officers are urging a review of Pennsylvania's parole practices following the arrests of three parolees in unrelated homicides committed over the past two months.
Prosecutors Stake Out Opposing Sides In Pennsylvania Death Penalty AppealPhiladelphia's top prosecutor and the state district attorneys' association are staking out opposing positions in a case to determine if Pennsylvania's death penalty will remain in effect.
Gov. Wolf Signs Law To Make Reporting Sexual Assaults On College Campuses EasierWith the stroke of a pen, Governor Tom Wolf on Monday signed into law a measure aimed at making it easier to report sex assaults on college campuses.
Gov. Tom Wolf Vetoes Voting Machines Bill Over Changes To ElectionsGov. Tom Wolf is vetoing legislation that carried $90 million to help counties buy new voting machines before 2020's elections
Pa. Senate GOP Warns They'll Reassign Fetterman If He Defies Chamber Rules AgainRepublicans who control Pennsylvania's Senate are warning that they'll reassign the duties of Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman as the chamber's presiding officer if he defies the chamber's rules again.