Wolfe Seen As Likely GOP Nominee For Special City Council At-Large Election Matthew Wolfe, a GOP ward leader in Philadelphia, says he is ready to run against the Democrats' pick in the May special election for the City Council seat recently vacated by Bill Green.
Property, Wages, or...? Stakeholders Argue Philadelphia's Tax PolicyThe discussion, titled "Philadelphia Taxes -- Past, Present and Future." was organized by the Pew Charitable Trusts and Temple University's Center on Regional Politics.
Broad Regional Support For Stricter Philadelphia Gun Law"I want people to know all across Philadelphia: you carry, you do two," said Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams.
Pa. Lawmakers Push State Store Privatization Toward Full House VoteA spokesman for Governor Corbett says he’s pleased, even though the committee made significant changes to his proposal.
Girl Won't Return To Port Richmond School Where Romney T-Shirt Flap EruptedOnce inside her old high school, 16-year-old Samantha Pawlucy apparently didn't feel comfortable enough to stay.
Pennsylvania House Moves To Protect City And Schools From Property Tax HitWith Philadelphia’s property tax overhaul apparently on hold for a year, the state House has advanced legislation that would protect tax revenues for the city and school district in the interim.
Part 1: Controversy In HarrisburgKYW's Michelle Durham reports on the disagreement among Pennsylvania leaders on whether changing the system of liquor sales in the state is a good idea.
Pa. Lawmaker Says Privatization Plan Would Limit Number Of Liquor StoresThe chairman of the state House Liquor Control Committee says the push to privatize booze sales in Pennsylvania means a delicate balance between public safety and consumer convenience in the city of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Republican Wants Bill To Allow State Police To Shut Down Bars Linked To ViolencePhiladelphia Republican John Taylor, chairman of the House Liquor Control Committee, says he believes the legislation is needed but must be carefully drafted.