Gov. Wolf: Prison Population In Pennsylvania At Its Lowest Since 2001Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that the current total number of incarcerated individuals in Pennsylvania is the lowest number since 2001.
Gov. Tom Wolf Announces McKees Rocks To Receive $2.3 Million To Fix Blight IssuesOn Friday, Governor Tom Wolf and several government officials announced that $2.3 million would be going towards McKees Rocks to help fix blight in the area.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Receives Second COVID-19 Vaccine ShotPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf received his second dose of the Moderna vaccine Monday.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary Of Medical Marijuana ProgramPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf marked the fifth anniversary of the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Act on Saturday.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Picks Top Election Adviser Veronica Degraffenreid To Lead Department Of StateVeronica Degraffenreid, a former senior election official in North Carolina, became Gov. Tom Wolf’s nominee to head of his Department of State, which oversees elections in Pennsylvania.
'President Trump's Supporters Attempted A Coup': Gov. Tom Wolf Condemns Occupation Of U.S. CapitolGovernor Tom Wolf is strongly condemning the occupation of the U.S. Capitol Building by supporters of President Donald Trump.
Pa. Governor Tom Wolf Issues Executive Order To Authorize Early Release Of InmatesGov. Tom Wolf is issuing an executive order Friday to authorize the early release of up to 1,800 inmates from Pennsylvania state prisons in an effort to minimize the spread of the new coronavirus.
'Before We Can Recover, We Have To Survive': Seven Pa. Counties Under 'Stay At Home' Orders Amid Coronavirus OutbreakPeople in seven counties in Pennsylvania, including Allegheny County, are now under a 'Stay At Home' order in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Waiver Requests Lead To Delay In Enforcement Of Business ShutdownGovernor Tom Wolf says due to the high number of waiver requests from businesses, he is delaying the enforcement of a business shutdown to Monday at 8:00 a.m.
Gov. Wolf, Republicans Authorize $90 Million For Voting Machines For Election SecuritySurrounded by both Republican and Democratic lawmakers and public interest groups, Governor Tom Wolf signed the most significant election reform in 80 years.
Governor To Veto $100 Million Private Schools Bill In PennsylvaniaDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf plans to veto legislation passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature to substantially expand taxpayer support by $100 million for private and religious schools in Pennsylvania.
New Law Enables Police, Firefighters To Break Into Cars To Save Dogs And CatsA recently passed law will now allow police officers and firefighters in Pennsylvania to break into hot or cold cars to save animals.
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.
Protesters: Pittsburgh's Secret Bid For Amazon Headquarters Violates P-4 PrinciplesGov. Tom Wolf's administration is going to court to block requests for records of financial incentives it offered Amazon to build its second headquarters in Pennsylvania.
State Board Of Education Names Pittsburgh Native As ChairwomanGov. Wolf named a new chairwoman of the State Board of Education, a day after accepting the resignation of the chairman.