Attorney General Kathleen Kane
As state lawmakers began budget hearings this past week, Attorney General Kathleen Kane found herself being questioned about her probe into the Jerry Sandusky investigation.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane is reviewing whether her office has jurisdiction to investigate complaints into the costs that natural gas exploration giant Chesapeake Energy Corp. deducts before it pays royalties to the owners of land where it drills.
A former acting Pennsylvania attorney general says his decision to shorten the period before emails were deleted had nothing to do with the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse investigation.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is defending the length of her investigation into Tom Corbett’s probe of Jerry Sandusky. She issued a statement this week explaining delays.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is seeking to be dismissed from a federal lawsuit pending in Philadelphia that challenges Pennsylvania’s same-sex marriage ban.
Butler County House Republican Daryl Metcalfe has made good on his pledge to pursue the impeachment of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Philadelphia is ranked number one for smartphone thefts, according to a new survey by AAA.
Agents from the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office showed up at two district offices belonging to a Senator Leanna Washington apparently in a search for information about improper political activity, two people familiar with the matter said Sunday.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general has granted express written authority to lawyers for Gov. Tom Corbett to handle a case in which the Health Department wants to stop a suburban Philadelphia court clerk from giving marriage licenses to same-sex couples, according to a Tuesday court filing.
The scope of an alleged corruption scheme at the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission detailed by the state attorney general has taken even some veteran statehouse journalists by surprise.
Governor Tom Corbett plans to ask Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s office to reverse its rejection of a contract with a British firm to manage the $3.5 billion Pennsylvania Lottery, a top lawmaker said Tuesday.
Executive Deputy Budget Secretary Peter Tartline said the bid from Camelot Global Services that was scheduled to expire Saturday has been extended through Friday.
Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord has said he’s concerned that adding Keno to the Lottery is an expansion of gaming, and that, he says, would require legislative approval.
A spokesman for the Republican State Leadership Committee said Friday the group would replace the ad because of evidence from Kane’s campaign that she had no role in one of the rapes it mentions.
Former President Bill Clinton was in Montgomery County last night, throwing his support behind a candidate for Pennsylvania Attorney General.