Pennsylvania House, Senate Pass Bills On Challenges To Local Gun LawsThe state House and Senate this week each passed their own versions of legislation to revive a law that made it easier for gun rights activists and groups to sue municipalities like Philadelphia that enact their own gun restrictions.
Pa. Hospitals See Progress In Major Financial Burden....But Could It Be Threatened?Pennsylvania hospitals have seen a steep drop in uncompensated care, leading to hundreds of millions of dollars in savings under the Affordable Care Act.
Opponents: PA Bill Would Defund Planned ParenthoodA state Senate committee has advanced legislation that opponents say is an attempt to defund Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania.
Owner Of Shuttered Day Care Charged After Baby Dies On First DayDaycare owner in Northampton County is facing charges in connection to the death of a baby that was under her care.
Police Ambush Killer Won't Take Stand In Bid To Spare LifeThe defense rested its case after Eric Frein opted not to testify in the penalty phase of his capital murder trial.
Auditor General: Audit Of Pa. Unemployment Comp System 'Stunning'Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the state’s unemployment compensation system has suffered from incompetent management.
Pennsylvania Amnesty Program Offers Relief From Delinquent State TaxesIf you owe back Pennsylvania state taxes, you're in luck. There's an amnesty program in place, but not for long.
Pa. Lawmakers Mull Expanded Access To Post-Conviction DNA TestingA Philadelphia man who spent 25 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit was the star witness at a state Senate hearing on expanding access to DNA testing for people already convicted of crimes.
New Poll Could Impact Marijuana Legalization In PAMedicinal marijuana is on the way here in Pennsylvania, and legalized recreational pot may not be far behind.
12 People Charged With Fraud Involving Hundreds Of Pa. License PlatesAttorney General Josh Shapiro has announced charges against 12 people and 14 businesses for multiple vehicle schemes that involved more than a thousand fake Pennsylvania license plates.
Eric Frein Convicted In Deadly Trooper AmbushA Pennsylvania man who hid in the forest under cover of night and opened fire with a sniper's rifle was convicted of capital murder Wednesday in the ambush slaying of a state police trooper he targeted at random in hopes of sparking a revolution.
Wolf To Sign Bill For Temporary Unemployment Claim Processing FixA spokesman says Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will sign a bill headed for his desk intended to be a short term fix for problems with the state’s unemployment compensation processing system.