Gov. Tom Wolf Approves New $34B State BudgetGov. Tom Wolf has approved the new state budget and a set of code bills that goes along with it.
Republican Lawmakers Push Budget-Related Legislation, Not Gov. Wolf's AgendaWith strong tax collections oiling the gears, Gov. Tom Wolf and top lawmakers are working under the hood of a new spending plan as they head into the final weeks before lawmakers break for summer.
Gov. Wolf Orders State Flags To Fly At Half-Staff
Tougher Penalties Take Effect For Repeated Pa. DUIsThe legal consequences for repeatedly driving under the influence in Pennsylvania have become much more severe under a new law that just took effect.
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.
Wolf Runs 'Ball-Control' Campaign In Staying Ahead Of WagnerTom Wolf was in the midst of telling a Democratic Party dinner party crowd last month how important it is for Democrats to tell voters what they stand for in this mid-term election campaign when he interrupted himself.
Gov. Wolf, Wagner Face Off At Trebek-Hosted ForumPennsylvania's Democratic governor and his Republican challenger are meeting in their only formal appearance together in the fall campaign, in which moderator Alex Trebek of "Jeopardy!" fame needled the candidates on their mudslinging or exaggerations.
Pennsylvania To Require Gas Drillers To Reduce Air PollutionPennsylvania will begin enforcing tougher air pollution standards on its booming natural gas industry.
GOP Voters Get 3 Choices To Challenge Gov. Tom WolfRepublican Party voters aiming to unseat Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf in Pennsylvania will choose in Tuesday's primary between a garbage man, a conservative military man and a lawyer.
Gov. Wolf Joins President At White House For National Governors Association GatheringGovernor Tom Wolf was one of 39 governors who joined President Trump at the White House on Monday.
Pennsylvania Redistricting Battle Heads Into Final StretchPennsylvania lawmakers are approaching a court-imposed deadline to redraw the state's map of congressional districts that was thrown out on grounds it unfairly helped Republicans.