Human service agencies are feeling a cash-flow crunch and some school districts have approved tapping lines of credit to pay the bills.
Pennsylvania began online voter registration on Thursday, an administrative move by Gov. Tom Wolf after efforts to pass a law lagged.
Anthony J. Fiore had served in the office since April 2011 and as deputy since March 2012.
The Franklin & Marshall College poll found more hold the Legislature -- 54 percent -- than Gov. Tom Wolf -- 29 percent -- responsible.
Pennsylvania’s elected leaders appear to be still far apart from an agreement after eight weeks without a state budget.
Asked about the attorney general’s job performance, 54 percent said they disapprove of it while 20 percent gave her their approval.
A district judge held state Attorney General Kathleen Kane for trial on charges she leaked grand jury information and lied about it.
Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera said he did not know of any districts that wouldn’t be able to open on time because of the impasse.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled on perjury, obstruction of justice and other charges filed against Kathleen Kane earlier this month.
Emails between Wolf administration and Service Employees union show coordination of message and policymaking.
The spokesman says the administration disagrees with aspects of U.S. District Judge Stengel’s decision, but declined to offer specifics.
CEO Max King cited a statewide survey that found 50 percent of responding social service organizations are facing cash flow problems now.
The audit was requested by state Rep. Tony DeLuca after the district revealed this spring that it had an $8.9 million deficit.
Gene Stilp on Aug. 11 filed a complaint against the AG with the disciplinary board, asking the panel to begin revoking her law license.
Gov. Tom Wolf issued a moratorium on executions in February, saying death penalties were “based on a flawed system.”
The scope and intensity of the federal inquiry are unclear, but it comes as Kane prepares to mount a legal fight against criminal charges.
Among Veon’s arguments is that a conflict of interest law is vague.
First signs of a possible thaw in state budget talks after a meeting of governor, legislative leaders.
The governor said he hopes to see "movement" at a negotiating session scheduled for Wednesday.
Gene Stilp asked the Ethics Commission to investigate Kane’s use of her state security detail when she was arraigned on criminal charges.
The open records ruling, issued Friday, concerned a case in Reserve.
Joan Orie Melvin was convicted of felony and misdemeanor charges that she used her office staff to run judicial election campaigns.
The 11-term Philadelphia Democrat is facing racketeering, bribery and mail fraud charges.
She has claimed that a judge’s order prevents her from disclosing pornographic emails shared through government email accounts.
Gov. Tom Wolf had told legislative leaders he was willing to accept parts of a Republican pension reform bill that he vetoed in July.
Katie McGinty brings enthusiasm and big backers to her bid for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate against retired Adm. Joe Sestak.
Mayor Michael Nutter, a DJ before he entered politics, is the top draw for Allegheny County’s annual Candidates Comedy Night.
When Tom Corbett aspired to be governor, a fundraiser’s early advice was: Meet Washington, D.C., lobbyists BGR Group.
Mr. Kenney, the Democratic nominee in November’s election, came to Pittsburgh last week to get to know Pittsburgh’s mayor, a kindred spirit.
The spring fixture takes its name from presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, champions of the common man — but also slaveholders.
Ms. Kane said charges were engineered by individuals involved in sending and receiving offensive emails who weren’t reprimanded.
The attorney general’s legal woes have brought a colorful Harrisburg activist out of retirement.
The attorney general was arraigned Saturday on a felony count of perjury and other charges.
Spokesman Chuck Ardo said Ms. Kane does not intend to resign.
Kane vows to stay but Harrisburg is already anticipating her successor.
Kane did not enter a plea during her five-minute arraignment Saturday in a Montgomery County courtroom.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is facing mounting calls to resign.
Ms. Kane was charged Thursday with one felony count of perjury and eight misdemeanor counts including obstruction of justice and conspiracy.
Ms. Kane is the second attorney general to face trial in 20 years. Ernie Preate Jr. pleaded guilty to a corruption charge in 1995.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Ms. Kane should step down as attorney general.
Col. Brown will report to the governor on issues pertaining to the preparation for, prevention, response and recovery from terrorism.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and Republican Senate President Pro Tem Joe Scarnati offered no evidence of progress in sporadic budget talks.
A Montgomery County DA has decided to bring criminal charges against Kathleen Kane for allegedly leaking documents and then lying about it.
Hillman, who had been a nurturing force in a party that increasingly grew away from her, died Tuesday.
On June 30, Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, vetoed a Republican-crafted budget.
Katie McGinty resigned last month as Gov. Tom Wolf’s chief of staff, clearing the way for her entry into the 2016 Senate race.
Condolences and messages of sympathy are pouring in upon the death of the philanthropist and well-known Republican figure.
Maj. Tyree C. Blocker served in the state police from 1975 to 2005, starting as a trooper before rising through the ranks.