Gun Debate Revived In 2-Day Pa. Senate Committee HearingThe debate over guns is reviving in Pennsylvania's Legislature, although Democrats say the process ignores their top priorities and could end up loosening gun laws.
Chaos Ensues Over Welfare Bill In Pennsylvania SenateTempers flared in Harrisburg, all over a state senate bill about welfare.
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.
Ahead Of 2020 Elections, Pa. Senate Moves To Delay Replacing Voting Machines Pennsylvania's Senate is moving to delay the state's decertification of voting machines in expectation of replacing them all by 2020's presidential elections.
Tree Of Life Synagogue Victims Remembered At Services In HarrisburgVictims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting were remembered Wednesday during a memorial service at the state Capitol in Harrisburg.
Senator-Elect Pam Iovino Thinks Special Election Victory Has National ImplicationsSenator-elect Pam Iovino sat down with KDKA political editor Jon Delano a day after her big Special Election win.
Democrat Pam Iovino Declares Victory Over Republican D. Raja In Pa. Senate Special ElectionDemocrat Pam Iovino has claimed victory in the special election for the vacant 37th District state Senate seat.
Voters Head To Polls For Pa. Senate Special ElectionPolls are now closed in a special election for a vacant state Senate seat in politically divided suburban Pittsburgh.
Western Pa. Voters Head To Polls Tuesday For State Senate Special ElectionPittsburgh's suburbs are under the microscope again in a state Senate election that may serve as an early test of President Trump's strength ahead of 2020.
Pa. Lawmakers Return To Harrisburg, But Not To Debate Clergy Sexual Abuse BillLawmakers are returning to the Pennsylvania Capitol, but they haven't revisited a response to child sexual abuse scandals since the debate's collapse on last year's final voting day.
Navy Veteran, Business Owner To Vie For Open Pa. Senate SeatA Navy veteran and former Veterans Affairs official will compete with an information technology consulting firm owner for an open state Senate seat in suburban Pittsburgh.