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.
Senate Passes Bill To Expand Armed Security In Pa. SchoolsPennsylvania's Senate is backing legislation that supporters say give school districts and private schools more options to hire armed security guards.
Rep. Aaron Bernstine Introduces Bill To Separate Public, Private School PlayoffsState Rep. Aaron Bernstine is proposing legislation that would separate public and private schools during playoff games.
Pa. Nursing Homes Get Harsh Rankings From National GroupPennsylvania nursing homes have received a failing grade from a national advocacy group.
Pennsylvania Residents Win Over $188 Million In Lottery Scratch-Off PrizesPennsylvania lottery winners were lucky enough to win big bucks from local retailers.
Pa. Senate Advances Expansion Of Private School Tax CreditsLegislation to substantially expand taxpayer support for private and religious schools is taking another step in Pennsylvania.
Sens. Casey And Toomey Issue Report Revealing Hundreds Of Troubled Nursing HomesThe report revealed nearly 400 nursing homes with documented problems that were not publicly disclosed by the federal government.
Police Track Down 'Skinny Dipping' Bear After It Takes Dip In PoolA Pennsylvania police department had quite the weekend, tracking down what they call a “skinny dipping bare,” or well, black bear.
Pa. Lawmakers Begin Serious Discussions About Minimum Wage HikeRaising the minimum wage in Pennsylvania is getting its most serious discussion since Democratic Gov. Wolf began calling for an increase in 2015.
Supreme Court Rejects Pa. School Students' Appeal Over Transgender BathroomsThe Supreme Court will not take up a challenge to a Pennsylvania school district's policy allowing transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their sexual identity.
13-Year-Old Boy Hospitalized After Falling From Observation Level Of Gettysburg MonumentAuthorities say a 13-year-old boy from Indiana was flown to a hospital after plummeting about 40 feet from a monument at Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania.