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Democratic challenger Wolf will not be under pressure to do much more than avoid any major mistakes. For Mr. Corbett, the stakes are higher.
During nearly 15 months, officials at some of the state’s key institutions say they never shared a moment of Ron Tomalis’ time.
The Post-Gazette analyzed every paper record for every Marcellus well incident that resulted in fines through June 1, 2014.
Prolific, powerful and portable, the vintage press is as a reminder of how technology advanced democracy.
The new presses weigh more than 600 tons and are supported on a concrete pad that is four feet thick.
A letter to our readers from David M. Shribman and John Robinson Block.
Now, 228 years later, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is being published at a state-of-the-art printing facility in Clinton.
Armed officers scatter into wooded neighborhood of suspect in deadly ambush on state troopers.
Pennsylvania’s ranking marks a steady slide toward the bottom, dragged down by decrepit bridges, narrow rural roads, deaths and traffic.
Authorities are taking extreme precaution as they continue the search for the suspect in the fatal state police barracks ambush.
Voters against Gov. Tom Corbett could impact other GOP races.
Tax collector charged with stealing more than $65,000 from the Somerset area school district.
The Penn State Board of Trustees is postponing debate on the Freeh Report until later this fall.
Trooper Connie Devens said residents in Price and Barrett in Monroe County should stay inside.
The former chief investment officer of the State Employees’ Retirement System can “move on” now that a probe into his tenure is over.
"We gather here in sorrow, disbelief and anger," the Rev. Thomas M. Muldowney told those inside the filled-to-capacity church.
The new settlements total $132,500 and end lawsuits filed by five corrections officers or supervisors.
The state Education Department will conduct a public review of the standards as requested by Gov. Tom Corbett.
A proposal would provide give representation to students, faculty and the alumni association but also keep the nine alumni board members.
The department says Auditor Eugene Depasquale is “succumbing to political tactics.”
Some area school districts decided not to open, including Pocono Mountain district, where alleged shooter Eric M. Frein was once a student.
Former state Sen. Jane Orie wanted the state Supreme Court to review her conviction on forgery, theft of services and other charges.
Health officials say 12 states, including Pennsylvania, now have respiratory illnesses caused by enterovirus 68, an uncommon virus.
Advocates have long pushed for the switch to the Department of Human Services.
The state Department of Education moves to block the release of emails of former Education Secretary Ron Tomalis.
The move comes in the wake of new reports about the job performance of Ron Tomalis, a former special adviser on higher education.
Commissioner Frank Noonan identified the suspect as 31-year-old Eric Matthew Frein of Canadensis.
The measure would authorize school boards to permit teachers, administrators and other staff members to arm themselves to protect students.
The newspaper wants the state to preserve emails for at least two years instead of the current practice of destroying them after five days.
Legislative Democrats say the borrowing is a bad sign for the state’s fiscal health.
They are trying to limit the state’s capital debt spending, and said Harrisburg now has a “blank check” when it comes to big projects.
Harrisburg lawmakers are expected to take up several bills during their month-long stint before the election.
The standards proposed would cut carbon emissions from power plants by 30 percent from 2005 levels and set individual goals for states.
Authorities said the gunman might have had formal firearms training through the military or law enforcement.
Doctors were able to deliver the baby by emergency cesarean section, but a hospital spokesman said this morning that the child had died.
An analysis of state data shows casinos haven’t delivered enough revenue to put a significant dent in most homeowners’ tax bills.
At a preserved, 100-year-old, one-room schoolhouse in Clearfield County, alumni will gather to recall their days as students there.
Authorities scoured the densely wooded countryside and beyond on Saturday looking for the shooter or shooters.
Hubert Michael, 58, had been scheduled to be executed Sept. 22; he was sentenced to death for the 1994 murder of 16-year-old Trista Eng.
Bells tolled and the names of the victims were read at 10:03 a.m., the moment the airliner crashed in a Somerset County field.
Even the harshest administration critics among them, though, said the president is right to intervene.
A motion in federal court in Harrisburg seeks the unsealing of documents detailing how Pennsylvania obtains drugs to be used in executions.
In a decision that was released Thursday afternoon, the judge sided with the plaintiffs in seven of the 10 objections filed by the NCAA.
Businessman Michael Negra has been nominated to serve on the three-member state Liquor Control Board.
At a Capitol news conference Wednesday, state Rep. Seth Grove, R-York, said the existing program is burdensome for school districts.
A witness for a Pennsylvania trade group tried to explain Wednesday why the insurance coverage that Lyft is proposing is problematic.
The governor has set Sept. 22 as the execution date for Hubert Michael.
The agency has settled 157 Clean Water Act violations at 22 Amerikohl Mining Inc. mines in 12 Pennsylvania counties for $140,000.
A television ad campaign featuring Bob Barker encourages Pennsylvanians to call their state legislators in support of a pigeon shoot ban.
Ride-sharing companies are seeking permanent experimental authority to operate in the county and other parts of Pennsylvania.