Gov. Wolf Previews Part Of His Budget For Next Year During Phila. VisitHe says he's planning next year's budget knowing the current year's is more than seven months late.
Zeoli Show Log 01.12.16Rich discussed Megyn Kelly's outrage with the liberal media, President Obama's State of the Union and the Lottery Jackpot. He also discussed American ships being captured by Iran. Rich spoke with Rick Grimaldi about union fees at 3:30pm. He spoke with Ed Rendell at 4:30pm and Professor Alan Dershowitz at 5:20pm.
PA House To Press Ahead With Budget Stopgap LegislationA tentative state budget deal broke down Saturday when the House resoundingly rejected part of that deal, a public employee pension reform plan.
Effort To End PA Budget Stalemate Stalls AgainReform of state worker and teacher pensions is a top priority of Republicans who control the Senate. But despite the fact that Democratic Governor Tom Wolf agreed to it as part of a budget framework agreement, Joe Markosek – ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee – said Democrats opposed a bill put up for a House vote Saturday
Lawmakers Prepare For New Fight In 5-Month Budget ShowdownThe House of Representatives began leaving its imprint on the Senate's expansive package of budget-related legislation Sunday night, signaling the start of a contentious new week and another new showdown over how to end the state government's five-month-old budget stalemate.
Police: Woman Tried To Stab Paramedic In ChestHarrisburg police said in a release that Juanee Crawford is wanted for criminal attempted homicide after the incident Wednesday night around 10:30 p.m. at the Hall Manor complex.
PA Lawmakers Send Governor Labor Dispute Bill, Wolf To ReviewAs the House gave final legislative approval and sent the bill to the governor Tuesday, the sponsor of the bill, Republican Ron Marsico, said his measure is a “public safety issue, not a labor issue."
Education Activists From Philadelphia Area Depart For State CapitalAbout 50-people boarded the bus at the United Way on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to head to the state capitol, where they will hold a rally and meet with 20-legislators to push for the budget to be passed.
Pa. Budget Talks: Progress, But No Breakthroughs Democratic Governor Tom Wolf and Republican legislative leaders say talks Tuesday on Pennsylvania’s three week-old budget stalemate were productive, but there were no breakthroughs reported.
Pa. Budget Talks Remain Stuck In NeutralWhile the participants put on a brave face, there was little indication of progress after Monday’s budget talks.
Family-Friendly Travel Guide To Hershey, PennsylvaniaFamily friendly guide to the "Sweetest Place on Earth," Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Governor Wolf Vetoes Entire Pa. BudgetPennsylvania will start the new budget year without a spending plan. For the first time in decades, the governor will veto the entire budget sent to his desk.

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