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Law would allow groups like it to sue over municipal regulations related to firearms.
Governor expected to sign bill which will decrease revenue going to senior programs to 25 percent from the current 27 percent.
The Community Blue Medicare Advantage excludes members from in-network access to UPMC.
The state’s oft-cited shale gas air pollution studies do not include data on some pollutants, according to depositions from DEP employees.
Republican Tom Fodi said Adam Ravenstahl hasn’t shown much leadership, but Mr. Ravenstahl said that’s because the GOP is in charge.
A woman out for a walk Friday night spotted a rifle-toting man with a mud-covered face near Pocono Mountain East High School.
Nuclear proponents say that extending plants’ lifetimes is more economical than building new plants. But the idea is striking.
A woman walking near Pocono Mountain East High School in Swiftwater spotted a man matching Eric Frein’s description around 9 p.m. Friday.
Pennsylvania’s economic recovery is slower than the rest of the nation.
Gov. Tom Corbett said the three people aren’t showing symptoms of Ebola and aren’t being quarantined.
The state Supreme Court’s lewd email scandal has now mushroomed into an alleged case of extortion, by one justice’s account.
Lt. Christopher Paris said today that Trooper Alex Douglass is “working very hard” on getting better.
Will ER visits among Pennsylvania’s poor rise or drop once they enroll in the “Healthy PA” Medicaid subsidy program? The answer: both.
Pennsylvania would be the third state to bar teachers accused of sexual misconduct from quietly moving to another district.
Justice Seamus McCaffery has called criticism of his actions a “cooked-up controversy.”
The new helping of election eve largesse followed the pattern of similar check presentations across the commonwealth.
The governor is expected to sign the legislation.
A proposal opposed by Pennsylvania labor unions was defeated in the state Senate Wednesday.
The amendment has its origins in a legal battle between the city of Philadelphia and the NRA, which sued over gun control ordinances.
Justice Castille’s announcement came hours after Randy Feathers announced that he would be resigning.
State Rep. Marty Flynn, a former Lackawanna County Prison guard and supervisor, traded gunfire during an attempted robbery.
Despite Orphans’ Court Judge Lawrence O’Toole’s prodding, the attorney general’s office has yet to produce the accounting.
The Pennsylvania General Assembly moved toward approving the monitoring of prescription drugs in an effort to prevent substance abuse.
As legislative battle over ride-share services bogs down over insurance industry opposition, Philadelphia yearns for what Pittsburgh has.
The controversial law allows utility companies to shut off service to some customers who fail to pay their heating bills.
Ron Tomalis had no contract with state government despite an adviser job that paid nearly $140,000 a year.
As Nov. 4 nears, track where contributions to the governor’s race between Tom Corbett and Tom Wolf are coming from.
Also, State Sen. Lisa Baker, R-Luzerne, is asking lawmakers to review the police response and impact on the area.
The (Easton) Express-Times reported that a judge imposed the maximum sentence Monday on 35-year-old Essence James of Allentown.
But Mr. Wolf has said repeatedly that he can't provide more specifics on his proposed tax overhaul without seeing current numbers.
The round-the-clock manhunt involving as many as 1,000 officers each day is now in its fifth week.
A second GOP senator in two weeks has written to Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi, R-Delaware, with complaints.
Jong Seong Shim, 20, told police that the threat was "a prank," university spokeswoman Lisa Powers said.
Terry Mutchler has written a book exploring a past love kept under wraps, and the larger issue of gay marriage in America.
Rather than working his way up the political ladder in a more traditional path, he’s trying to start near the top.
The Wolf campaign says Mrs. Obama will appear at an event Wednesday to help him get votes in his bid to become governor.
The post threatened a possible shooting at the HUB -- a dining and social center on Penn State's campus -- on Monday at noon.
The 2014-15 school year is well underway, but the state has not yet released last year’s test data on how students are doing.
Chief Justice Ronald Castille had asked Attorney General Kathleen Kane to identify any judicial official who exchanged explicit emails.
The attorney general’s office turned over hundreds of emails, approximately 1,500 images and 65 video clips.
But the commissioners denied Lyft’s request to amend two conditions of the license.
Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie among the big names campaigning in the commonwealth.
The system is aiming high with its state appropriation request for next year -- seeking a 12 percent increase for the 14 campuses.
“Revenue and spending across Pennsylvania school districts fails to meet basic equity standards,” the study stated.
Associated Pennsylvania Constructors say work-zone cameras are a priority when the new state legislative session begins in January.
An ever-widening scandal over pornographic emails in the former Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office has garnered another resignation.
The board overseeing the 14 state-owned universities is requesting a 12 percent increase.
Gov. Tom Corbett’s theme was Mr. Wolf’s failure to provide specifics on taxes; Tom Wolf's said the governor had failed state's economy.
Eric Frein’s journal was found Sept. 29, when authorities discovered a campsite and found explosives, ammunition, food, water and clothing.
The two are scheduled to square off at 7 tonight in the studios of WTAE-TV.