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Courting voters who he said had been abandoned by both parties, he pledges to battle the allied abuses of big government and big business.
Will former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, a Republican, announce today that he’s running for president again?
Matt Smith was named president of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, a news release from the chamber said.
The governor says a $120 million increase for early childhood education would boost graduation rates, reduce prison population.
State Rep. Keith J. Greiner, R-Lancaster, says a mid-March primary next year would give state voters a bigger say in presidential nominees.
Democrats David Wecht and Christine Donohue and Republican Judith Olson are among six candidates for three Supreme Court seats in November.
Michael H. Wojcik of Fox Chapel defeated Todd Eagan, 47, of Dunmore for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth Court.
Hugh McGough claims Democratic nomination while P.J. Murray finished third on Republican slate.
For political participation, Pennsylvania earned a grade of D-minus. The state fares only slightly better on the work and family study.
The governor pointed to initiatives, such as lower speed limits and increased inspection frequencies, undertaken by a rival company.
Judge Robert J. Colville of Allegheny County made the call around 10:45 p.m. to Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge Alice Beck Dubow.
Gov. Tom Wolf hosted legalization advocates on Monday to “get the facts out.”
Tuesday’s balloting will be dominated by races with big impacts but low profiles.
Participant-directed program is facing unusual attention in Harrisburg this year.
Local officials say they will resist a proposal to shorten the terms of office of elected supervisors in second-class townships.
Democrats have been pressuring Mr. Toomey to sign off on the the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals nomination, but he refused.
The governor appointed Auditor General Eugene DePasquale to lead the group.
The two major bills are expected to become part of negotiations on the annual state budget.
The House voted 109-86 for a Republican-drafted plan that would raise the sales tax rate in most of the state from 6 percent to 7 percent.
State Rep. Joseph Markosek, D-Monroeville, said he had no idea why his Monroeville district office would be targeted.
The legislation would allow people with a doctor's recommendation to use marijuana to treat some health conditions.
Kane’s personnel department recommended firing Jonathan Duecker after sexual harassment accusations, sources tell the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The pension bill, set for a full Senate vote Wednesday, would switch new hires to a 401(k)-style plan and ask current workers to pay more.
The dispute between Gov. Tom Wolf and state Sen. Jake Corman could spill over into negotiations on the state budget.
Republican Senate leader accuses the governor of a “complete mischaracterization” regarding the nominees.
This is the third time the Republican state senator has been charged with drunken driving.
Republicans portrayed the collective bargaining measures as promoting transparency; Democrats characterized them as union-busters.
Senators will seek concessions from many employees and the eventual end of the debt-ridden traditional pension system for 370,000 workers.
Sen. Toomey backs Judge L. Felipe Restrepo for the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, but hasn’t acted to move a confirmation vote forward.
The Pittsburgh mayor acknowledges he erred in criticizing Democratic legislators.
The commonwealth’s Independent Fiscal Office says Pa. has more revenue so far this year than expected, but still faces a shortfall.
The bill would end seniority-based teacher layoffs.
Five people with long-ago criminal convictions are challenging a state ban on their employment in health care facilities.
There are 12 candidates — six Democrats and six Republicans — running for three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The Allentown mayor promotes his U.S. Senate campaign at the Pulaski Club in the West End.
The office of Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday that all expenses incurred by members of his Cabinet will be posted online for the public to see.
The law gave prosecutors and victims the right to sue to stop “conduct which perpetuates the continuing effect of the crime on the victim.”
A guide to the contested races in the May 19, 2015, primary. Previews will run in print and online up to election day.
A panel of judges referred the dismissal of James Barker from the attorney general's office to the district attorney for investigation.