Wolf OKs Bill Removing Police Videos From Open Records LawA new Pennsylvania law is in place that exempts police audio and video recordings from the Right-to-Know Law, leaving the release of those records largely to the discretion of police.
Wolf Says Pennsylvania Won't Help Trump Voter Fraud GroupPennsylvania's Democratic governor says he's not going to cooperate with a presidential commission looking into voting fraud, but the Trump administration can purchase publicly available voter lists.
Much Up In The Air As Budget Deadline LoomsCurrently, lawmakers and the governor are facing a big budget deficit with no clear answers about how to close it.
Gov. Wolf To Veto Plastic Bag Tax Ban BillThe bill would have prevented cities like Pittsburgh and other municipalities from banning or taxing plastic bags.
Gov. Wolf Warns AG Sessions About Interfering In Pa.'s Medical Cannabis ProgramWith a sharply worded letter, PA Governor Tom Wolf warned U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stay out of Pennsylvania when it comes to criminalizing medical marijuana.
Gov. Wolf: Pension Reform Benefits Employees & Taxpayers Pennsylvania is moving to cut costs again in its big public pension plans, among the nation's most troubled.
Wolf Signs Real ID Law, Expects New Licenses In 2019Gov. Tom Wolf's office says Pennsylvania driver's licenses that are compliant with tougher federal anti-terrorism standards should be available in early 2019.
Governor Wolf Pitches Jobs And Reelection In AliquippaIn Aliquippa on Thursday afternoon, Governor Wolf toured Versatex, a building products supply company that, ironically, competes against the company he once owned in York.
Pa. House Speaker: 'Very Seriously' Considering Run For GovernorThe Marshall Township republican stopped just short of making an announcement Monday
April Tax Collections Bring More Bad News For PennsylvaniaAnother bad month of tax collections is deepening Pennsylvania state government's budget hole.
Gov. Wolf Opposes Bill Banning Abortions After 20 WeeksGov. Tom Wolf says he opposes Senate Bill 3 and tells the "KDKA Morning News" women should make their own health decisions.
Wolf Could Secure Minimum Wage Hike, With Big ConcessionsYears of pressure by Pennsylvania Democrats could yield a state minimum wage increase this year, although it likely will require substantial concessions in the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Gov. Wolf: 'Very Different Tone' In Budget ProcessGov. Tom Wolf believes budget discussions are starting out from a “far better place” than they did in previous years.
Pa. Senate Sends 20-Week Abortion Ban Bill To HouseThe state Senate has sent the House a bill that would ban most abortions in Pennsylvania after 20 weeks.
U.S. Warns Pennsylvania Over Safe Drinking Water ViolationsGov. Tom Wolf's administration says it is trying to address a warning by a federal official that the state isn't appropriately enforcing safe drinking water standards.