Gov. Wolf, GOP Lawmakers Each Say 'It's Your Move' On Congressional MapsThe Supreme Court has said it will draw up its own map if the legislature and Governor Wolf don’t agree to one by Thursday.
Governor Wolf Rejects GOP Redistricting Map; Deadline LoomsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf will not submit a new Republican-drawn map of Pennsylvania's congressional districts to the state's high court, saying Tuesday that it uses the same unconstitutionally partisan tactics as the 6-year-old boundaries struck down in a gerrymandering case.
Pennsylvania GOP Endorses Candidates Identified With TrumpThe endorsements of gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner and Senate candidate Lou Barletta came a month before the deadline to file paperwork to get on the May 15 primary election ballot.
Wolf Budget Proposal: More Education Money, Shale TaxIn a re-election year, Governor Wolf’s budget address was largely devoted to his list of first term accomplishments.
Democratic Party Chair Resigns Under Pressure From WolfPennsylvania's Democratic Party chairman says he's acceding to Gov. Tom Wolf's request that he resign in the wake of his comments to a columnist about the party's responses to sexual misconduct allegations against politicians.
Gov. Wolf Hears Feedback From Pennsylvania Residents On RedistrictingThe clock is ticking. Gov. Wolf says he expects to have a new redistricting map in hand for review by the end of next week.
Governors Wagering Sweet Treats Of NFC Championship GameThe governors of Minnesota and Pennsylvania are wagering some sweet treats on Sundays NFC championship game.
Wolf Visits Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House After Approving $1 Million Expansion GrantWolf says the state's recent contribution of $1 million from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital program is a good investment.
Pennsylvania Gives Approval To First Medical Marijuana DispensaryGov. Tom Wolf said the approval is good news for patients and their caregivers.
Report: Pennsylvania State Government Agencies Fielded Hundreds Of Alleged Sex Harassment ComplaintsPennsylvania state government agencies fielded 339 reports of alleged sexual harassment over a recent five-year period.
Pennsylvania Signs Off On Dissolution Of School Reform CommissionIt is official -- Philadelphia schools will return to local control next July, now that the state education secretary has approved the School Reform Commission's vote last month to abolish itself.
Wolf Appoints New Education Board Chair After Predecessor ResignsThe governor on Friday named a new leader of the State Board of Education, a day after accepting the resignation of the longtime chairman following accusations he pursued sexual relationships with teenage girls more than 35 years ago.
PA House Dems Confirm 2 Sex Harassment SettlementsThe statement from House Minority Leader Frank Dermody confirms sexual harassment settlements involving two members over the past decade but names no names.
State Sen. Leach Suspends Run For Congress Amid Sexual Harassment AllegationsA Democratic Pennsylvania lawmaker is "taking a step back" from his congressional campaign following a report over misconduct allegations.
Gov. Wolf Says State Sen. Leach Should Resign Over Misconduct AllegationsPennsylvania's governor said Sunday a state senator should resign over published allegations he behaved inappropriately toward women.