Commonwealth Foundation Opposes Wolf's Budget ProposalAs Governor Tom Wolf prepares for the Legislature to address his latest budget proposal, Matt Brouillette, from the Commonwealth Foundation, spoke out against the plan.
Pennsylvanians Share Concerns About Pollution With EPA OfficialsThe hearing on Penn's campus is one of more than a dozen hearings statewide.
PA Chief Justice: Court Has No Power To Remove AG KaneAppearing at a Press Club luncheon in Harrisburg, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Saylor indicated the court had no difficulty reaching a unanimous decision to suspend Attorney General Kane’s law license, effective later next month, and that there was no deal to get Democrat members of the court on board.
PA Senate Sends Governor Rape Victim Support BillAs strange as it may seem, under current Pennsylvania law, a convicted rapist has parental rights if the victim conceives a child, gives birth and chooses the raise the child.
PA Monastery Nearing End Of Production Of Communion Wafers For Papal MassSister Ann at the monastery of Saint Claire says her monastery was given the task of making a hundred thousand communion breads for Pope Francis's Philadelphia Mass.
PA Senate Sends House Short-Term Funding BillsVoting along party lines, the state Senate approved legislation that would provide about four months of state funding for many budget lines and would free up federal money.
Thousands Register To Vote Online In PennsylvaniaHis office is reporting that more than 10,000 Pennsylvanians have used Pennsylvania's new online voter registration system since its launch.
School Zone Speed Limits Back In SessionThe flashing lights warning of the 15 mile per hour speed limit is now active again on Hulmeville Road in Bensalem.
Pennsylvania House Budget Override Vote FailsPennsylvania House Republicans failed in their attempt to partially override Governor Wolf’s eight week old veto of the state budget.
State Police: Drunk Man Cited For Punching Passing CarsA central Pennsylvania man has been cited for disorderly conduct because police say he endangered himself by punching passing cars after he became drunk and angry.
Poll: 49 Percent Of Voters Say Kane Should ResignA new poll shows more than half of Pennsylvania voters disapprove of Kathleen Kane's handling of her job as state attorney general and nearly as many think she should resign.
Police: Woman Found Intruder Taking A Shower, Doing LaundryPennsylvania State Police say a woman found an intruder taking a shower and doing his laundry at her home when she woke up.