A panel heard hours of testimony raising concerns about testing requirements.
State statistics released this week show improvements as well as remaining problems in child abuse reporting and referrals.
Heather Arnet is the Democratic candidate in a state Senate special election for the 37th District, facing Republican Guy Reschenthaler.
The Democrat from Philadelphia faces charges involving several schemes.
Overriding a veto requires a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate and would require Democratic votes.
Friends of Flight 93 have partnered with Leadership Somerset County to make the walk possible.
The session, announced this morning, will begin at 5:15 p.m. but Facebook users can post questions anytime before then.
Margie Winters says she kept a low profile about her marriage until someone complained.
Victims are notified of a convict’s status changes, including a change of job or address, or a release from behind bars.
Police said Robert Ritter, 54, drove into Philadelphia, back into New Jersey, and then back into Philadelphia.
Tom Corbett’s election to the governorship, and even his inauguration, leaned heavily on Marcellus Shale gas firms.
Of the new enrollees, nearly 37,000 are from Allegheny County, according to state statistics.
A memo, a meeting and $100,000 in campaign contributions preceded a railroad’s change of fortunes.
Mr. Casey’s bill also allows family child care homes to serve a third meal during the day for children there for eight hours or longer.
The Democratic senators hopes to stop language inserted into appropriations bills that would allow bigger trucks on highways.
Human services providers were urged to let the General Assembly know they are fed up with budget battles and funding cuts that hurt clients.
Pennsylvania required third-party candidates to gather many more signatures than their Democratic and Republican counterparts.
The Transportation Department sent letters today to five airlines — Delta, American, United, Southwest and JetBlue -- seeking information.
Wolf said he understands the concern over social services agencies having to foot the bill while they wait for the state to reimburse them.
The attack occurred at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility in the city’s Holmesburg section.
Christy Zelanko claimed past abuse by 68-year-old James Zelanko, who was shot five times as he slept early June 17.
No arrests have been made.
Police arrested a man on charges that he paid his brother to set fire to his northeastern Pennsylvania home as part of an insurance scam.
Joseph T. Clemenic, Jr. 44, of Wilmerding pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit sex-trafficking of children in federal court in Pittsburgh.
Switching to a state health insurance exchange might offer cheaper, better-tailored coverage for thousands of Pennsylvanians, analysts say.
Lon Valentine, president of the PA Cyber Education Association, said the 140 online instructors approved the deal earlier this month.
The Anti-Defamation League calls the comments "deeply offensive and outrageous.“
Mitsubishi’s apology to Allied prisoners of war is the first in history from a private Japanese company.
The Democrat, who previously ran for governor last year, has hinted she might run for the seat held by Republican Sen. Pat Toomey.
One ticket holder matched the winning Mega Millions numbers: 20-30-62-65-74, plus the Mega Ball of 1.
The parties met for 3 1/2 hours today and will keep at it, they said.
The Democratic governor and Republicans who control the Legislature are sparring over competing budget proposals.
Jim Burn indicated his intent to submit a letter of resignation at the party's Sept. 12 gathering in Gettysburg.
Authorities have said 44-year-old Sean Benschop was impaired by painkillers and marijuana when the wall collapsed.
Planned Parenthood says its Pennsylvania health centers don’t participate in fetal tissue donation.
Tax overhaul, increased education spending and a renewed campaign to attract tech businesses and investors were touted.
Police say the license plate stickers, which the Legislature voted to eliminate in 2013 to save money, are an important tool for them.
A university spokesman said preliminary indications are that Lauren Bajorek’s death was an accident.
A spokesman said the number of customers was significantly higher than expected when tickets went on sale online this morning.
Among the state’s gaming laboratory’s duties are ensuring that machines pay out at least 85 percent of what gamblers wager.
The publicly owned amusement park in Crawford County is in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings.
As the Pennsylvania budget impasse wears on, human service providers are preparing to feel the pinch.
The sign says E-ZPass only. The driver ignores it. The subsequent bill from the turnpike says $64.75.
The state’s jobless rate of 5.4 percent caused Pa. to fall behind the national rate of 5.3 percent.
The popular 3,700-square-foot retail store employs more than 20 full-time workers and 100 students.
Two children have been hospitalized this week for treatment of severe Lyme disease.
Allegheny County says people operating the services found on websites such as Airbnb and Homeaway should already be paying hotel taxes.
The incumbent continues robust fund-raising pace for his Senate re-election
The ride-share company will pay a total of $250,000 to resolve a complaint that it was operating illegally in the Pittsburgh area.
Will Pennsylvania follow the lead of Maryland, where cameras placed in work zones since 2009 have cut speeding by 85 percent?