Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro Teams With 20 Attorneys General To Demand Review Of Plan To Transform USPSPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and a group of attorneys general have filed a complaint against USPS.
Pennsylvania Woman Indicted Over Allegations She Stole House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Laptop On Jan. 6A woman from Harrisburg, already arrested in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol, is now also charged with stealing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's laptop.
Women's Group Supermajority Aims To Push Women's Issues And More Women Into Office In PennsylvaniaA full-page advertisement in the local newspaper was headlined "Women Are The Supermajority."
Pennsylvania, Three Other Northeastern States Team Up To Share Gun Crime InformationThe governors of four northeastern states agreed Thursday to share information about firearms purchases to help detect and investigate straw buyers and other gun crimes.
Middle School Students In Westmoreland County Working To Get State Law Passed To Mandate Recess During School DayA group of seventh-graders is learning their opinions and voices can have a big impact.
Deadline Passes In GOP’s Election ‘Investigation’ Subpoena
Police Report Says Pennsylvania Candidate For Governor Was Sideswiped In Fatal Motorcycle CrashA police report says Charlie Gerow, a GOP candidate for governor, was sideswiped in a fatal motorcycle accident in July.
On Party Live Vote, State House Committee Approves Bill To Require Schools To Post Online All Curriculum And Textbooks Used In ClassroomsA state legislative committee has approved a bill that would make it easier for parents to find out what their children are being taught in school.
Pa. State Senate Committee Approves Legislation To Use COVID-19 Relief For Environmental ProgramA state senate committee voted 10-1 that would inject Pennsylvania's Growing Greener program with $500 million in American Rescue Plan funding.
2 Allegheny County Lawmakers Introduce Plan To Allow Legal Recreational Marijuana Use In StateTwo Allegheny County lawmakers introduced a plan that would allow adults in Pennsylvania to use recreational marijuana legally.
House Republicans Begin Process To Amend State Constitution To Require Voter ID And Elect Secretary Of StateA state House committee has approved a constitutional amendment that would change Pennsylvania's election process in several ways.
Study: Nearly 26,000 Kids Sit On Child Care Waitlists Across PennsylvaniaMore than $600 million is now available to help improve child care in Pennsylvania.
Pa. Game Commission Reminds Hunters Of 'Purple Paint Law'The Pennsylvania Game Commission is reminding hunters of the "Purple Paint Law" that has been in effect since last year.
Woman Arrested After Police Find Drug Packet In Baby's MouthA woman is behind bars and facing numerous charges after police found a packet normally used to store drugs in the mouth of a 7-month-old baby.
Pennsylvania Senate Committee Approves Bill To Ban Smoking In Vehicles With Young Children Smoking in a vehicle with young children could soon be against the law in Pennsylvania.