Governor Tom Corbett
Amid talk of a Pope visit and discussion of whether Philadelphia should host a political convention again, City Council plans a hearing on whether the city and region are up to the task of hosting such mega-events.
Governor Corbett made a couple of moves that surprised political observers this past week.
Nursing homes in Pennsylvania are sounding the alarm that they are on a path toward fiscal ruin.
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.
Governor Tom Corbett Wednesday night signed a disaster emergency proclamation in response to this week’s devastating storm.
The state senate approved the nominations of City Councilman Bill Green to be SRC chair, and Farah Jimenez to be an SRC member.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett accepted the Republican State Committee’s endorsement on Saturday for a second four-year term.
Governor Tom Corbett and his budget secretary have used stark terms to discuss the state of Pennsylvania’s public-sector pensions, a topic that many expect to be addressed when their 2014-15 budget proposal is unveiled in a little more than a week.
SEPTA is on a roll to replace some of its aging infrastructure with resources provided by the Commonwealth’s new transportation funding bill, which just took effect.
The presence of protesters may have played a role in forcing Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett to switch venues in Philadelphia Friday morning.
KYW Newsradio has learned Governor Corbett is expected to fill two open seats on the panel as early as Friday.
In the wake of Bridgegate, some vulnerable politicians might distance themselves from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, at least for the time being.
Pennsylvania Welfare Department officials planned to take testimony, today, on the state’s plan to expand Medicaid under certain conditions.
Earlier this year, the attorney general ruled that Governor Corbett did not have the authority to hire a private Lottery manager so now talks are underway for legislation that would allow it.