Pa. House Republicans Call For Investigation Of Wolf Administration's Handling Of Nursing Homes During Coronavirus Pandemic
President Joe Biden's COVID Relief Bill Will Pump Billions Of Dollars Into PennsylvaniaFriday night the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to approve President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief package.
Marathon Republican Party Meeting On Censuring Sen. Pat Toomey Delays Action For Another DayAfter a five-hour marathon session Wednesday night, the Pennsylvania Republican State Committee came to no resolution about censuring U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey for his impeachment vote to convict former President Trump.
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.
Local Republicans Call For Investigation Of Nursing Home Death Count While Gov. Tom Wolf Disputes 'Baseless' AllegationsGov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday that 100 percent of skilled nursing home patients have received their first vaccinations if they chose to have it.
Special State House Race Features Founder Of Trump House And A Republican-Turned-DemocratThe sudden death of State Rep. Mike Reese means voters in one district will be electing a new state representative in a special election
Young Philadelphia State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta Takes On Fetterman For US SenateA Philadelphia state representative tossed his hat into the U.S. Senate race on Friday.
Pittsburgh Undocumented Residents Excited About Biden's Bill To Allow Them To Become CitizensSo what would that bill do for those in the Pittsburgh region?
State Officials Warn Delay In Receiving Census Figures Could Push May Primary To JulyState officials are warning that the delay by the U.S. Census Bureau in releasing 2020 population figures could move next year's May primary to July.
Western Pa. Republican County Chairs Oppose Sen. Toomey's Vote To Convict Trump But Disagree On Censure ResolutionsU.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is feeling the backlash from fellow Republicans for his vote on Saturday to convict former President Donald Trump.
Taxpayers Get 1099 Forms From Unemployment Office For Income They Never ReceivedFriday is the first day to file your tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service.
Despite Pandemic, Experts Say Valentine's Day Still Needs To Be Celebrated In New And Different WaysThis Sunday is Valentine's Day, but it comes right in the middle of a pandemic which may limit the traditional way you celebrate.
Wolf Administration Distributing $145M In Funding For Bars, Restaurants Hit Hard By PandemicThe state is distributing $145 million in relief for businesses in the hospitality industry hit hard by the pandemic.
Pennie To Reopen 2021 Health Insurance Enrollment During Coronavirus PandemicPennie, which just closed enrollment for 2021, is about to reopen for uninsured Pennsylvanians during this pandemic.
Pittsburgh-Area County Commissioners Say Lack Of Local Health Department Has Limited Access To VaccinesBeaver County officials said on Tuesday that they've been hurt in the distribution of vaccines because they do not have a county health department.