Court Decision Limits Fireworks Sales From Roadside TentsA court Tuesday narrowed a year-old state law that allows Pennsylvania residents to buy and use more powerful airborne fireworks, throwing out the part that permitted such sales from roadside tents.
Teacher Says Catholic School Fired Her Over Her PregnancyA Pennsylvania teacher who is pregnant says she was fired because the Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg was upset she wasn't married.
Crunch Time Nears In Pennsylvania To Buy New Voting MachinesIt's getting down to crunch time for Pennsylvania's counties to decide which new voting machines to buy, and how, as Gov. Tom Wolf presses them to switch to machines that leave a paper trail as a safeguard against hacking.
Voters Sue Pennsylvania Officials Over Absentee Ballot RulesA lawsuit claims Pennsylvania sends out absentee ballots too late, preventing some people from returning them in time.
Fetterman Says He Won’t Move Into Lieutenant Governor's ResidencePennsylvania's newly elected lieutenant governor says he does not plan to move into the lavish state-owned official residence and hopes to make it available for some type of public use.
Police Spot Toddler Carrying Opened Beer, Charge 4 Adults With EndangermentPolice in Pennsylvania have charged four adults after an officer spotted a toddler running across the street carrying an open beer.
Supporters Of Clergy Child Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Hold Rally At State CapitolSurvivors of child sexual abuse and others are ramping up pressure on Pennsylvania's Republican senators to vote on a bill to would give victims a two-year window to file lawsuits that would otherwise be outdated.
Gov. Wolf Signs Bill Protecting Pets Left In Hot Vehicles Into LawNew legislation signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Tom Wolf is strengthening protections for animals across the state.
Pa. Senate Session Ends With No Vote On Church Abuse BillA feeling of disappointment filled the air in the Pennsylvania State Senate late Wednesday night after lawmakers failed to reach an agreement over the Statute of Limitations Reform Bill for child sex abuse victims.
Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Toughening DUI Penalties For Repeat OffendersTougher penalties for repeated DUI offenders will soon become state law following passage by the Pennsylvania Legislature.
Pa. Senate Pulls Plans To Vote On Church Abuse BillPennsylvania's Senate is pulling plans to vote on legislation to respond to a state grand jury report accusing hundreds of Roman Catholic priests of sexually abusing children over decades.
Bill Responding To Church Sex Abuse Report Stalls Over Question Of LawsuitsLegislation responding to a Pennsylvania grand jury report accusing hundreds of Roman Catholic priests of sexually abusing children over decades remains under wraps amid disagreement over a key provision.