The emails are related to the case of state Supreme Court Justice J. Michael Eakin.
Gov. Tom Wolf objects to the additional pilot programs, saying Pennsylvania students could be priced out of the higher education market.
Pennsylvania Republicans Keith Rothfus and Mike Kelly say the House GOP caucus is strong and functional despite leadership turmoil.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday appointed former U.S. Attorney David Barasch as chairman of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The pricing programs would affect California University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, Mansfield and Shippensburg universities.
Nine Democrats join their Republican counterparts in disapproving of yet another failed budget plan.
Eugene DePasquale blasts the Department of Education for lack of oversight on advisers and help for academically struggling districts.
The health giants contested language in a consent decree about how Highmark’s Medicare Advantage members should be covered.
The money would come from the State System of Higher Education's investment portfolio.
Bucks County officials said today it’s the first county in the nation with multiple police departments to create such a database.
Many cases of the skin rash have been reported in State College and other parts of central Pennsylvania.
Highlights of Gov. Tom Wolf’s newly revised tax agenda and how it is different from the original plan he proposed in March.
Pennsylvania women can get 3-D mammograms after Gov. Wolf administration announces insurance must pay for them.
Mayor Bill Peduto, who has been feuding with the oversight authority, questions whether the board now has enough members for a quorum.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s office on Tuesday unveiled a revised version of his tax proposal.
Police say Dominic Rountree shot his brother repeatedly following a verbal spat.
The justices refused to hear an appeal by Thorpe’s surviving sons in their effort to move his remains to Indian tribal lands in Oklahoma.
Vitalya Sepot, 19, of Branford, Conn., was killed when the vehicle she was in crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Sept. 27.
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey told reporters that there were no reports of shooting or injuries.
More than 20,000 were new registrants and the rest were people who changed the information on their registration.
The state audit report says the Department of Education "failed to monitor its special adviser (Tomalis)" to then-Gov. Tom Corbett.
Following a website crash last year, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is using a lottery this year to sell sought-after spirits.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Caron and businessman/reality-TV-star Donald Trump each got 18 percent registered Republicans in the poll.
The state auditor plans to take a closer look at Real Alternatives, which oversees nonprofits that hope to persuade women against abortion.
The governor is expected to unveil a revised proposal on Tuesday and Republican leaders say the House will take a vote on Wednesday.
The Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority says it is a state agency and should not be judged by “an inferior judicial tribunal.”
Former Philadelphia NAACP president J. Whyatt “Jerry” Mondesire, publisher of the Philadelphia Sunday Sun, died Sunday at the age of 65.
Jessica Lynn Riffey was charged with corruption of minors, endangering the welfare of children and drug delivery.
State budget stalemate has nonprofits that provide human services scrambling for funds and ways to keep their doors open to those in need.
State officials are reminding residents they can register online for the first time.
Prosecutors said 22-year-old Christina Regusters donned a Muslim dress and veil to impersonate the girl’s mother.
A mix of state and federal funds is earmarked for organizations that oppose abortion and pledge not to recommend artificial birth control.
Policing the use of force by their own troopers, the Pennsylvania State Police routinely come out of shooting inquiries without fault.
A state courts spokesman said today that it had hired a Pittsburgh law firm to look into the matter.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has imposed cost-saving measures in light of a budget impasse that is now in its fourth month.
Only 3 percent of the state’s 63,000 family farms qualify for the designation of Century Farm or Bicentennial Farm.
Barbara Rowan’s parents reported her missing Aug. 2, 1984. Two weeks later, her body was found along a road near her home.
Family patriarch Robert Hays built Gearhard Farms in Murrysville eight generations ago.
Attorney General Kane: Sitting state justice sent, received 'racial, misogynistic pornography' on state computers
The attorney general said emails linked to the justice -- named by her staff as J. Michael Eakin -- have been given to judicial authorities.
The new perjury count stems from Kane’s claim she never signed a secrecy oath preventing her from releasing information from past cases.
Included among the exemptions are positions that provide “direct care to patients” and revenue-generating positions.
Inspector general's report alleges that Philly VA director Diana Rubens improperly used her position for personal and financial gain.
PennDOT has released a statement saying that it will begin accepting proposals for various PennDOT-owned projects and infrastructure
On Tuesday, the State Board of Game Commissioners approved more expensive replacement costs for people responsible for killing of eagles.
The House and Senate Republican leaders say they don’t think the proposed legislation has the necessary votes to succeed.
Nonprofits are using the Medicaid expansion to enroll uninsured veterans in health coverage, hoping to prevent medical debts and poverty.
The Democrat told KQV-AM radio in Pittsburgh that he will try to win over “good Republican legislators” tired of the budget stalemate.
With debate intensifying over whether marijuana use increases the risk of vehicle crashes, better data is needed, the author said.
Greene County resident Andrew Place, who also worked with Center for Sustainable Shale Development, is to be sworn in tomorrow.
Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller will hold a public hearing in Harrisburg on what the department terms “surprise” balance billing.