The survivalist charged in a deadly ambush at a state police barracks 10 days ago will be caught, Gov. Tom Corbett vowed Monday as a police official said authorities believe they are hot on his trail.
Democrat Tom Wolf is heading into the final seven weeks of Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial election with a $1.5 million cash advantage over the Republican he’s trying to unseat, Gov. Tom Corbett.
The campaign is on track to cost more than $60 million, including spending by the three candidates Wolf beat in May’s four-way Democratic Party primary election.
Students asked Wolf how he would help the struggling Chester-Upland School District if he’s elected governor. He told them a five-percent severence tax on Marcellus Shale would go a long way.
Chris discussed last night’s Eagles win against the Colts, new allegations of child abuse against NFL player Adrian Peterson, and how police in Philadelphia will enforce new marijuana laws. He talks to Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro at 7:20, Reporter Sharyl Attkisson at 8:00, and David Limbaugh at 8:20.
The killer had a grudge against the Pennsylvania State Police. He regularly visited a local shooting range to keep his skills sharp. He made several trips to a state police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania, picking just the right hiding spot from which he could launch an ambush and make his escape.
Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, was at a loss today to fully explain why Corbett is so vulnerable.
There are less than 60 days left in the Pennsylvania Governor’s race.
Gov. Corbett was on hand to cut the ribbon. The Marcellus Shale is a major source of natural gas.
Laurie Friedman, who lives in West Philadlephia, had tears in her eyes as she read letters written by students begging state lawmakers to increase funding for the city’s schools.
The plan approved yesterday by the federal government stripped out many of the Corbett administration’s proposals, creating what state senator Vincent Hughes (D-Phila.) says looks “90 percent” like a straight Medicaid expansion.
Jennifer Branstetter, Gov. Corbett’s director of policy, insists it is Medicaid “reform” and not simply an expansion of Medicaid.
A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows Governor Corbett has failed to close the massive gap between him and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf.
Chris covered the latest details from the overnight protests in Ferguson, Hillary Clinton’s demands for a speech in Las Vegas, and the beating of a park ranger in Love Park.
Chris discusses Philadelphia pitch to host the next Democratic National Convention, the protests against police in Ferguson, MO, and he hosts the first edition of Stigall on the Mall. He also talks to Comedian Kevin Nealon at 7:00.