Police were continuing to search for a man charged with helping rob a western Pennsylvania pool hall wearing a Spider-Man mask.
Pennsylvania 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.
The GOP budget would include $5 million dollars for security and other issues related to the Pope’s visit.
Under current law in the Commonwealth, out-of-state retailers have only been allowed to send wine to Liquor Control Board stores for consumers to pick up.
A new report says that wage theft impacts 400,000 Pennsylvania workers a year and costs them at least $19 million.
A major U.S. flag maker, Valley Forge Flag based in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, just outside of Reading, Berks County, has decided to stop making confederate flags.
Business Insider has released a list of the best ice cream in every state and an Old City shop famous for soda fountains, splits, and sundaes was named best in Pennsylvania. KYW’s social media editor Melony Roy reports the list was created with the help of a social network.
Pennsylvania GOP Chairman Rob Gleason says the event is here because Pennsylvania will be a battleground state in the next election.
A Chester County prosecutor Wednesday said Warren Earl Yerger Sr. “perpetrated one of the most egregious and horrific cases” of abuse the county had seen.
With the deadline now less than two weeks off, a new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows most Pennsylvanians continue to support Governor Wolf’s budget proposals.
The state House has sent the Senate a bill designed to ease some background check requirements for people who work with children in Pennsylvania.
The state Senate has approved a bill to reauthorize and increase the state’s 911 surcharge on phone service.
A state Senate committee has again advanced legislation that would allow for direct shipments to Pennsylvania consumers from out-of-state wineries.
The Pennsylvania Senate unanimously approved a measure Tuesday to impose up to an additional 65 cents per phone line and an extra $52 per household to help counties pay for the growing cost of their 911 emergency communications centers.
Ethics reports filed more than a month ago show state lawmakers and other high-ranking state officials took more than $160,000 in freebies last year.