Pa. Boosting Student Loan Aid To Bolster Opioid FightGovernor Wolf's administration is devoting $5 million in federal grants to assist substance abuse professionals.
Pittsburghers Travel To Harrisburg In Attempt To Sway Lawmakers On UPMC-Highmark DisputePittsburgh-area patients traveled to Harrisburg Tuesday, hoping for legislation that would compel UPMC and Highmark to work together.
Pa. Senate GOP Leader Wants To Sell Lieutenant Governor's ResidenceA senior Republican in the Pennsylvania Senate wants to sell the lieutenant governor's residence at Fort Indiantown Gap, telling fellow senators it would save money.
Jewish Schools Seeking Piece Of Public Grants To Improve SecurityStudents and staff members at Jewish day schools near the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, that was the site of October's mass shooting, are asking state lawmakers for help paying for security measures.
Fallen New Castle Officer Honored In Fraternal Order Of Police Memorial CeremonyPolice from around Pennsylvania are honoring four members of law enforcement who died or were killed on duty last year.
Gun Rights Activists Fill Rotunda For Second Amendment RallyGun rights advocates are pushing their priorities in the Pennsylvania Capitol, as hundreds of people packed the Rotunda for the 14th annual Second Amendment rally.
Court Strikes Down State Tax On Casinos To Aid Other CasinosPennsylvania's highest court is striking down a provision of 2017's sprawling state law expanding casino-style gambling.
Tree Of Life Synagogue Victims Remembered At Services In HarrisburgVictims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting were remembered Wednesday during a memorial service at the state Capitol in Harrisburg.
Pennsylvania State House of Representatives Closes Lobbyist RoomThe "lobbyist room" at the back of Pennsylvania's House of Representatives chamber is now closed.
40 Years Later: Three Mile Island, Nation's Worst Nuclear Power Plant Disaster In HistoryThursday, March 28th marks 40 years since the accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant near Harrisburg.
'Did What Was Right': Jury Foreman In Rosfeld Trial Defends Not Guilty VerdictThe foreman of a jury that acquitted a white Pennsylvania police officer of homicide says Michael Rosfeld didn't know the black teen he shot was unarmed.