Appeal Of Pa. Man Convicted Of 1996 Murder Of Another Man Found Bound With Duct Tape, Shot In Head And Set Afire RejectedA state appeals court rejected the appeal of a man in the murder of another man found shot twice in the head in Pennsylvania almost a quarter of a century ago.
State Rep. Ed Gainey Introduces Bill To Ban Semi-Automatic RiflesState Rep. Ed Gainey wants a state ban on high-capacity, semi-automatic rifles.
Pa. House Republicans Call For Investigation Of Wolf Administration's Handling Of Nursing Homes During Coronavirus Pandemic
Pa. Nurses Association: Graduates Left Waiting As Board Of Nursing Works To Process Licensure RequirementsThe Pennsylvania State Nurses Association calls this process absurdly long and claims it could be completed in a matter of a week or two.
Lawmakers In Harrisburg Expected To Approve Constitutional Amendment To Change The Way Lieutenant Governors Are ChosenJohn Fetterman could be the last person nominated by the voters to be lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania.
Pa. Lawmakers Unhappy Over Proposed Bridge Tolls Reminded Of 2012 Law That Made It PossibleLawmakers in Harrisburg unhappy about possible tolls proposed for bridges were reminded of the prospect when they passed a 2012 law.
Pa. Nurses Push To Pass Bill To Prevent Burnout, Improve Working ConditionsAdvocates say safe staffing improves nursing performance and reduces patient mortality and staff turnover.
Pennsylvania State Police Headquarters Evacuated Over Bomb ThreatState police evacuated their headquarters in Harrisburg after a bomb threat.
Child Care Facilities Call On Pennsylvania Lawmakers For Financial AssistanceSeveral child care facilities sat down with state leaders to ask for help.
Police: Child, 12, Wounded In Apparent Accidental ShootingPolice say a 12-year-old was wounded in the head in what investigators believe was an accidental shooting in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania May Need To Postpone 2022 Primary Election, Lawmaker SaysPennsylvania may need to postpone its primary election next year because of late-arriving data from the U.S. Census Bureau that is necessary to redraw legislative and congressional districts.
Judge Faces Ethics Case Over Actions At Son's Traffic StopA magisterial district judge in Harrisburg accused of having pressured police at the scene of her son’s arrest at a traffic stop now faces ethics charges.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Pennsylvania TurnpikeA small plane made an emergency landing on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Monday night.
Pa. Lawmakers Consider Fast Tracking Plan To Extend Abuse Lawsuit WindowLawmakers are considering fast-tracking a bid to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution that would extend the window for victims of child sexual abuse to file lawsuits.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers' Spending Jumps, Boosting Reserves During PandemicThe Pennsylvania Legislature’s spending grew by more than 8% last year, adding some $28 million to its own reserves as the state’s deficit ballooned and many residents struggled to pay bills during the pandemic.