Acting State Police Commissioner Marcus Brown released a statement admitting to what he calls an error in judgment.
The Liquor Control Board has issued guidelines for home delivery of beer in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections has issued a notice of execution for two inmates – including a Philadelphia man. But a spokesman says Governor Wolf’s death penalty moratorium remains in effect.
Appearing today at state House budget hearings, William Ryan defended the board’s decision to award a license for a second casino in Philadelphia.
Kathleen Kane’s appearance at House budget hearings came not only on the eve of the Supreme Court arguments in her case, but on the same day that more charges were filed by Philadelphia DA Seth Williams in a sting operation involving Philadelphia lawmakers.
Battle lines are taking shape as the Republican-controlled state House held the first day of hearings on Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s ambitious budget proposal.
Addressing the spiking costs of school and state employee pensions is one of the main subplots of the battle that lay ahead over the budget proposal rolled out by Governor Wolf this past week.
A prominent political analyst says Governor Wolf’s decision to couple property tax relief with income and sales tax hikes gives him the best chance to get his budget proposal through the legislature.
Legislative Republicans and other critics vow to turn up the heat on Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf over his decision to impose a moratorium on the state’s death penalty.
Wolf called for a tax on natural gas drilling, to increase the state’s contribution to public schools to 50 percent.
KYW Newsradio has learned that a siginificant reduction in the Philadelphia wage tax will be part of Governor Wolf’s budget proposal that will be laid out tomorrow.
Support for legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania is building, but what might the bill that the legislature sends that governor look like?
It appears the state’s biggest basic landline provider will soon be able to set its own prices for local exchange service without approval of state regulators.
If you got or renewed your Pennsylvania driver’s license over the past four months, you may be getting a new one in the mail.
For the second time in two years, the state House is sending senate legislation to privatize liquor sales in Pennsylvania.