State College Construction Firm Charged, Accused Of Stealing Millions From Workers And Defrauding TaxpayersA major Pennsylvania construction contractor was charged with theft Thursday for flouting state and federal laws that set minimum pay rates for public projects by failing to pay workers' required benefits.
Shapiro Takes Oath Of Office For 2nd Term As Pa. Attorney General, DeFoor And Garrity Sworn In As Auditor General And TreasurerPennsylvania’s top prosecutor, its elected fiscal watchdog and the official who handles billions in state money were sworn in on Tuesday to serve for the next four years.
Democrat Josh Shapiro Defeats Republican Heather Heidelbaugh, Wins 2nd Term As Pa. Attorney GeneralAccording to the Associated Press, Democrat Josh Shapiro has won a second term as Pennsylvania's attorney general,
Federal Judge In Pa. Orders Stop To Postal Service CutsA federal judge in Philadelphia joined others Monday in ordering a halt to recent Postal Service cuts that critics say are causing mail delays and threatening the integrity of the presidential election.
Pa. Attorney General Joins Other States In Filing Lawsuit Over ICE Rule For International StudentsPennsylvania is one of 17 states plus Washington DC now suing over ICE and Trump administration new restrictions on international students who take online courses.
Pa. Attorney General Vows To 'Continue This Battle On Behalf Of Women Everywhere' Following Supreme Court's Contraception RulingThe Supreme Court has upheld Trump administration rules allowing some employers to refuse to provide free contraceptive coverage on religious grounds.
Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas DrillingA grand jury investigation into Pennsylvania's large natural gas drilling industry released Thursday by state Attorney General Josh Shapiro has found systematic failures in state departments regulating that industry.
Pa. Attorney General Supports Supreme Court's DACA Decision, Saying 'Dreamers Are Americans'The Supreme Court has rejected President Donald Trump's effort to end legal protections for 650,000 young immigrants.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Anti-Child Sexual Abuse Measures Into LawPennsylvania has enacted a law to give future victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue, and to end time limits for authorities to file criminal charges.
Pa. Attorney General To Appeal Ruling On Vote Counting For Marsy's LawThe Pennsylvania attorney general's office plans an immediate appeal of a judge's order that votes for and against a victims' rights constitutional amendment shouldn't be counted or certified by the state after next week's balloting.
UPMC-Highmark Agree To 10-Year ContractUPMC-Highmark has agreed to enter a ten-year contract that will extend access to UPMC facilities for Highmark-insured patients.
Former ITT Tech Students Eligible For Millions In Debt Relief In Multistate SettlementRelief is on the way for former ITT Tech students harmed by abusive lending practices.
Pa. Attorney General Suing Drugmaker Over Opioid EpidemicThe attorney general of Pennsylvania says he's filing a lawsuit accusing a pharmaceutical giant of fueling the opioid epidemic.
Pa. Attorney General Seeks To Delay UPMC-Highmark Dispute DeadlinePennsylvania's attorney general wants the state Supreme Court to reconsider a judge's decision not to stop the pending dissolution of the business relationship between two enormous health care providers.
Report: Judge Says UPMC-Highmark Agreement Deadline Cannot Be ExtendedA judge has reportedly ruled that Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro cannot extend the deadline on an agreement between UPMC and Highmark.