Bill To Ban Hand-Held Cell Phones From Pennsylvania Drivers Passes State HouseThe state House has voted to ban the use of hand-held cell phones behind the wheel.
Pa. Education Dept. Awards $1M To Fight Campus Sexual AssaultPennsylvania officials are doling out nearly $1 million in grants to prevent and respond to sexual assault at 36 colleges and universities.
Michael Bloomberg's Campaign Hiring Ahead Of Pennsylvania PrimaryMichael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign has begun hiring staff in Pennsylvania, a late primary state where his chief competitors for the Democratic Party’s nomination have inroads.
Pa. House Votes To Stop Drivers' Use Of Handheld PhonesThe Pennsylvania House is voting to expand the state's ban on texting while driving to also prohibit motorists from using handheld devices to make phone calls.
Pa. Second Lady Giselle Fetterman To Make Stop In Allegheny Co. As Part Of Census Awareness TourPennsylvania's second lady, Giselle Fetterman, will help lead a campaign to raise awareness of this year's Census Bureau count and encourage residents to respond to the census.
Governor's Office Demands Range Resources Fix Methane Leak Once And For All, Company Claims It's Naturally OccurringGov. Tom Wolf's administration is warning Range Resources to fix a Marcellus Shale natural gas well that it maintains has leaked methane since 2011.
Pennsylvania Gas Drilling Fee Revenue Slides In 2019Pennsylvania gas drilling fee revenue declined in 2019.
Centre Co. Lawmaker Joins Democratic Primary Field For Pa. Auditor GeneralA seven-term state lawmaker from central Pennsylvania says he'll seek the Democratic nomination to run for the open state auditor general's office this year.
Former U.S. Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick, Of Pa., Dies At 56Michael Fitzpatrick, a former congressman from suburban Philadelphia who served four terms in the U.S. House before handing off the seat to his brother, has died.
Gov. Wolf Launches 'Reach Out PA,' Mental Health InitiativeA sweeping effort to improve mental health services and change public perceptions has been announced by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf.
Do You Smoke? Then You Can't Work For U-Haul In Pa. And Several Other StatesU-Haul said it will stop hiring people who use nicotine in the 21 states where companies are allowed to consider tobacco use when making hiring decisions.