New Bills Aims To Keep Grass Clippings Off RoadsA new bill making its way through Harrisburg would make it illegal to deposit grass clippings on the road.
Gov. Tom Wolf Seeks To Streamline Public Contact With State AgenciesThe Wolf Administration is hoping to make it easier for people to access state government services by consolidating ways for the public to contact agencies through what's being called the Keystone Login.
Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey Takes Issue With Controversial Trump Tweets On Democratic CongresswomenPennsylvania Sen. Patrick Toomey is one of a handful of GOP legislators taking issue with President Donald Trump's recent tweet
Woman Who Gave Birth In Restroom Gets 9 To 23 MonthsProsecutors say a Pennsylvania woman who gave birth in a restroom at her workplace and left the baby boy partially submerged in the toilet will serve "at least a few more months in prison."
Ex-Mayor Pleads Guilty To Corruption Day After ResignationThe former mayor of Scranton, Pennsylvania, has pleaded guilty to charges he shook down businesses for bribes and campaign contributions throughout his term and a half in office.
$34B Budget Package Heads To Gov. Tom WolfThe Latest on budget-related legislation moving through Pennsylvania's Legislature before the 2019-2020 fiscal year starts July 1 (all times local)
Learn To Swim This Summer At The Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor's MansionHere's your chance to spend a hot summer day at the Lieutenant Governor's Mansion.
Budget Brinkmanship Leaves Last-Minute Bills In DoubtRepublicans who control Pennsylvania's Legislature are inserting some pet policy objectives into hundreds of pages of just-unveiled legislation with the annual budget deadline days away.
Pa. Senate Votes To Allow Hunting On Three Sundays Out Of The Entire YearA proposal to end Pennsylvania's ban on Sunday hunting has the approval of the state Senate.
Shouting, Name-Calling Highlight Welfare Bill In Pennsylvania SenateThe Pennsylvania Senate devolved into partisan shouting, name-calling and bare-knuckled procedural tactics over a bill to end a decades-old program that offers $200 a month to people deemed unable to work.
Philadelphia Oil Refinery To Close Following Massive FireThe owner of the largest oil refinery on the East Coast is telling officials that it will close the facility after a fire last week set off explosions and damaged the complex.