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The DEP will mark the first time it has released an official accounting of drilling-related pollution and diminution cases on its website.
Moody‘s Investors Service cited pensions and one-time revenue sources for cutting the state’s bond rating to Aa3 from Aa2.
The child somehow escaped from his Greenville home June 6 and ran into the street where he met a woman walking her dog, police say.
Part of the problem is that some people don't know their trees are dying.
Tom Steyer and his Super PAC, NextGen Climate, are making big moves in Pennsylvania this year.
The complaint alleged racketeering, unjust enrichment and other torts, claiming millions of dollars in damages.
New state law will require health care providers to give information and support to women given prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.
Ordered to the site by department officials in Harrisburg, the crew normally works at Torrance State Hospital in Westmoreland County.
Oprah Winfrey interviewed Matthew Sandusky on her television show about what it was like growing up with his father.
Visitors to the state Capitol now will see a plaque attached to the portraits of those sentenced to prison.
Pennsylvania’s secretary of corrections is becoming a regular on Capitol Hill as lawmakers try to shape federal prison reform policy.
Ride-share companies Uber and Lyft have applications pending before the PUC to start experimental transportation services in Pennsylvania.
The White House proposes spending $302 billion on transportation over four years.
Water scooters are second among common vessel types involved in reported boat accidents nationally, the U.S. Coast Guard reported in 2013.
Current benefit costs put a strain on many school districts' budgets.
State officials work with doctors to establish guidelines for painkiller prescriptions.
Brandon Palakovic's parents want the state Department of Corrections to take responsibility for son's treatment while in prison.
Penn State University‘s football facilities are slated to undergo a $2 million renovation.
Moving such a resolution to an action authorized by the board will require significant legwork.
Gov. Tom Corbett, State House Majority Leader Mike Turzai wrangle over public pensions reform, leadership issues
Republican governor denounced a Legislature controlled by his own party.
Both Lyft and Uber continue to operate in the Pittsburgh area despite a July 1 cease-and-desist order from an administrative law judge.
The governor’s office said the state’s official revenue estimate is $60 million less than the budget projection that cleared the House.
The agency realized the error when it began receiving calls from bewildered relatives last week.
Third-party candidates are required to bear administrative and legislative costs if petitions are successfully called into question.
In the interview, set to air at 9 p.m. July 17 on OWN, Sandusky is expected to give a personal account of the abuse he says he suffered.
The defendant, Stevenson Rose, was originally found guilty of aggravated assault for the July 13, 1993, beating of Mary Mitchell.
Many people with disabilities would be forced to pay higher health insurance rates in the commercial marketplace.
Jess Stairs filed a notice Tuesday in Centre County that he intends to sue Penn State, along with trustees Keith Masser and Betsy Huber.
The state PUC will make the call on whether an emergency exists, but the plea picked up support on Monday from state Rep. Erin Molchany.
A closer look at Pennsylvania‘s proposed state budget, which await’s Gov. Tom Corbett‘s signature.
Although at least six states have made the information public, Pennsylvania will not.
A Post-Gazette comparison of PLCB products and those sold by stores in neighboring states found many comparable prices.
Despite slight increases in targeted funding, the pending state education budget mostly holds funding flat.
PPL Electric Utilities reports about 4,800 of its customers have lost power, widely scattered throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania.
All state services are continuing as normal while Gov. Tom Corbett reviews the budget passed by the Legislature on Monday.
Gov. Tom Corbett said his office continues to review the $29.1 billion state budget approved by legislators late Monday.
A dozen people were injured Tuesday when a propane tank exploded in a licensed food truck parked in Philadelphia, creating a fireball.
Cases involving Catholic dioceses and Geneva College involve different rules, different facts and different claims.
State Rep. Gene DiGirolamo, one of the House’s more liberal Republicans, says the plan had not been properly vetted.
The GOP governor cited the failure of legislators to deliver measures reshaping the pension system for state and public school workers.
Floor votes are expected to advance the $29.1 billion spending plan today, the last day of the fiscal year.
In a wide-ranging interview, Gov. Corbett defends his record and focuses on re-election bid against Wolf.
The June 30 state budget deadline ticked closer Friday without a clear end in sight.
The state was ranked 42nd overall in the new study on long-term services and supports for older people.
Sen. Daylin Leach, says he thinks there are about 45 votes in the Senate, enough to override a promised veto from Gov. Tom Corbett.
HB 244 would allow Pennsylvania bed-and-breakfast owners to give one bottle of wine produced by a licensed, limited Pennsylvania winery.
The newspaper staff voted in October to ban use of “Redskins,” calling it a racial slur.
The controversial bill, advocated by Republicans, passed the Senate state government committee on a party-line vote.
Fugitive Pennsylvania cocaine dealer Eugene Cobbs, is in custody after Mexican authorities tracked him down.