Governor Wolf Announces Nearly $1 Million To Combat Sexual Assault On CampusesOn Tuesday, Governor Tom Wolf announced that 39 postsecondary institutions across the state will receive more than $950,000 through the state's continued commitment to combatting sexual assault on college and university campuses.
Fresh Off ‘Libre's Law,’ Animal Welfare Advocates Seek ‘Hot Dog’ ReliefChester County Democratic Senator Andy Dinniman is the sponsor of the Senate version of the legislation.
Wolf To Sign Bill That Will Expand Animal ProtectionsIt’s known as Libre’s law, named for a Boston Terrier rescued after being left for dead at a Lancaster County dog breeding facility.
April Tax Collections Bring More Bad News For Pennsylvania Another bad month of tax collections is deepening Pennsylvania state government's budget hole.
Pennsylvania Governor Strips Lieutenant Gov. Of Security Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is stripping the state's lieutenant governor, Mike Stack, and his wife of state police protection following complaints about the Stacks' treatment of troopers and other state employees who tended to their taxpayer-funded residence.
Governor Wolf Visits South Philly Bearing Good News For Senior CenterGovernor Wolf's appearance at the Wilson Park Senior Center had a two-fold purpose.
PA Governor To Request $10M To Make Sure Law Enforcement Has Access To NarcanGovernor Wolf says since law enforcement in Pennsylvania started carrying Nalaxone or Narcan, they’ve saved more than 2,300 lives.
After Busy Political Year, Pennsylvania Looks Ahead To 2017Pennsylvania found itself in the eye of the political storm this year, from contested primaries, through the Democratic convention in Philadelphia and into the fall, when it was anointed with battleground status. In 2017, not so much.
Revitalization Of Port Of Philadelphia Gets $300M BoostPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and U.S. Senator Bob Casey came to town Wednesday to discuss a gargantuan effort to improve the Port of Philadelphia.
State Jobless Center Workers Being Laid Off In Funding FightHundreds of state employees caught in an unemployment compensation program funding dispute between Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration and Senate Republicans spent their last day on the job Monday before they qualify for jobless benefits themselves.
Wolf Signs Package Of Bills To Address Opioid CrisisPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law a package of bills aimed to battle the state's heroin and opioid crisis.
Elected Officials Say They're Doing All They Can To End SEPTA Strike, But Admit It's Not MuchElected officials expressed frustration over their powerlessness to break the gridlock in contract talks.