No Verdict In Spanier Jury After 7 Hours Of DeliberationsThe jury adjourned without a verdict after seven hours of discussions Thursday evening.
Prosecution Rests In Trial Of Former Penn State PresidentFormer Penn State President Graham Spanier is charged with child endangerment and conspiracy.
Opening Statements In Trial Of Former PSU President Expected TuesdayOpening statements are expected Tuesday in the trial of former Penn State President Graham Spanier -- accused in an alleged cover-up of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.
Bill To Protect Police Names Clears Pennsylvania House...AgainA similar bill passed the legislature in its last two-year session, but it was vetoed by Governor Tom Wolf.
Pennsylvania House Speaker Wants More Philly Charter StudentsThe speaker of the state House is sponsoring legislation that would require the Philadelphia School District to expand the number of available charter school seats.
Wolf: Pennsylvania Not Ready For Legalized MarijuanaGovernor Tom Wolf is cool to a proposal from the state auditor general to legalize marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Skeptical Of Proposed ConsolidationsAs state budget hearings continued this past week, Wolf administration officials faced lawmakers who are skeptical of the governor’s plan to consolidate several state agencies.
Plan To Put PennDOT License Center Wait Times OnlineThe state transportation secretary says PennDOT plans to put the wait times for its 71 license centers online.
PennDOT To Announce Highway Maintenance And Preservation InitiativeThe state’s transportation secretary told lawmakers on Monday that PennDOT will announce a major highway maintenance and preservation effort.
Attorney General Shapiro Puts Cost Of Kane 'Drama' At $3.6 MillionPennsylvania’s new attorney general has come up with a preliminary estimate of $3.6 million for the total legal costs of what he termed the “drama” associated with the state’s last elected attorney general, Kathleen Kane.
PA Lawmakers Tangle Over Allegations of Election FraudAs Pennsylvania budget hearings began Tuesday, the testimony of the state’s top elections official became a proxy fight over President Trump’s allegations of voter fraud.
Pa. Lawmakers Grapple With Real ID DeadlinesStaring at deadlines that could mean headaches for many Pennsylvanians, state lawmakers appear to be inching toward a new policy on the federal government’s “Real ID” requirements.