McCord’s office said Thursday his last day will be Feb. 12.
And now, Kane’s spokesman is reacting with outrage.
Tom Wolf has been sworn in as Pennsylvania’s 47th governor, replacing Tom Corbett, a Republican.
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Garry Gilliam Jr. explained his incredible journey on the 94WIP Morning Show.
Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania hunters will tramp into the woods this week for the first day of the state’s major deer hunting season.
PennDOT press secretary Rich Kirkpatrick said Wednesday that anyone considering driving long distances on the highway should try to postpone their travel.
The attorney for Republican state Sen. Jake Corman wants the state’s Commonwealth Court to approve mediation for a lawsuit challenging NCAA sanctions against Penn State.
The salaries of Pennsylvania’s top elected and appointed officials are about to increase, thanks to their annual cost-of-living adjustment.
Voters will soon get a chance to render their own verdict on the seven-member court, as three spots are up for election next year. Ambitious lawyers and lower-level judges are lining up to make sure there will be choices.
To succeed, Tom Wolf must be judicious in choosing the senior aides who will be his diplomats in the Legislature and quickly establish rapport with key lawmakers, statehouse insiders believe.
Rep. Marty Flynn and another lawmaker were walking to their residence after a late dinner with other legislators when two males accosted them and demanded their wallets just before 11 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General and the Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have reached an agreement over those racy emails that were uncovered by the AG recently.
A new poll shows Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial race tightening slightly as Republican Gov. Tom Corbett picks up support among likely voters, but Democrat Tom Wolf still leads by 17 percentage points.
The scandal over lewd emails in the Pennsylvania State Attorney General’s office has already brought the resignation of two state officials. Many are now calling for an outside investigation into just what’s going on.
Pennsylvania’s top environmental protection official is resigning a week after he was identified as one of eight former employees of the state attorney general’s office who sent or received inter-office emails containing pornography.