Officials: Significant Improvements' To Child Abuse Hotline ResponseThe state Department of Human Resources says it has made ‘significant’ strides toward resolving problems with Pennsylvania’s child abuse hotline… problems that were highlighted by the auditor general in May.
PA Lawmakers Eye Updating Elections State lawmakers are beginning the discussion on how to approach modernizing Pennsylvania elections.
LCB To Give Details On Expanded Sunday State Store OperationsA spokeswoman says there will be a “significant” number of new stores open on Sundays, starting this weekend.
Ukrainian, 23, Who Faked Age For High School Pleads GuiltyA 23-year-old Ukrainian man accused of faking his name and age while attending a Pennsylvania high school and having sex with an underage girl pleaded guilty Monday.
Changes To Pennsylvania Liquor, Wine Sales Go Into EffectThousands of businesses that already sell takeout beer can now apply for permission to also sell takeout wine.
PA Names Director Of New Med Marijuana ProgramAs Pennsylvania’s new medical marijuana program takes shape, the man who will lead the office begins his duties on Monday.
New Traffic Laws To Take Effect In PaSeveral new traffic laws are taking effect in Pennsylvania in the coming months… including one that may be causing some confusion.
S&P With Good News, Bad News For PAAccording to one credit rating agency, Pennsylvania – with its new budget -- has taken a step back from the financial cliff, but is not in a safe place yet.
Castor To Become Kane's First Deputy; Settles Complaint By Kane's TwinBruce Castor has been named Pennsylvania’s First Deputy Attorney General. Meanwhile, in his current role in the AG’s Office, Castor has settled a discrimination complaint filed by Kathleen Kane’s twin sister.
PA Turnpike Tolls To Increase 6% In 2017Motorists will soon see higher prices when paying to travel the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Progress Reported In Talks For PA Revenue PackageThe state House majority leader said Monday that progress was being made as lawmakers and Governor Wolf try to come up with a plan to pay for Pennsylvania’s new budget.
Wolf Expected To Approve 10-Year Red Light Camera ExtensionA spokesman says Governor Wolf is expected to sign a bill on the way to his desk that would extend Philadelphia’s red light camera program through 2027.

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