Governor’s tone combative as he makes a familiar call for increased school spending and higher taxes.
Here’s what Tom Wolf said in his address during today’s address to the state general assembly.
Wolf’s plan calls for increasing income tax rate 11 percent, eliminates sales tax exemptions on basic cable and movie theater tickets.
Spokesman would not say if Ms. Kane intends to bring any new legal action in an attempt to prevent the vote.
Janese Jackson Talton, 29, died Jan. 22 of a gunshot wound outside Cliff’s Bar & Grill in Homewood.
State senators questioned officials from the Pennsylvania Treasury Department about continued spending, particularly for corrections.
Fourteen patients in the Pennsylvania are awaiting results of Zika blood tests, including four Allegheny County residents.
Results of Zika blood tests were pending Monday for two patients in Allegheny County and a dozen others in the state, health agencies said.
Scaife’s will assigned control of two trust funds and ample art and property, totaling nearly $760 million, to many foundations and museums.
So far, five people in the state have tested negative for the mosquito-borne illness. No patient in Pennsylvania has tested positive.
The industry will be affected by the ACA and state transition to a managed-care system for long-term care designed to boost home services.
A survey by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association got responses from 195 of the 500 districts in the state.
They laud Josh Shapiro as a progressive, while DA Stephen A. Zappala Jr. continues his attack on him on a lack of prosecutorial experience.
Pennsylvania politicians lend their voices just in time for Tuesday’s primary in the Granite State.
More than 9,500 Allegheny County residents could lose food stamp benefits by June 1. Many might prevent that by volunteering for nonprofits.
State struggles to address psychiatric needs of prisoners and help them transition to community living after they are released.
On Tuesday, Gov. Tom Wolf will be in the unusual position of proposing a budget for next year while the current year’s remains incomplete.
The Pennsylvania senator is serving as the presidential candidate’s surrogate, to answer media questions later tonight.
The Oct. 3, 2014, fire destroyed three temporary administrative buildings that housed a portion of the memorial’s prized artifacts.
The governor will renew his call to merge the Department of Corrections and the Board of Probation and Parole into a single agency.
A decision last month threw out several of the more serious allegations against Graham Spanier, Gary Schultz and Tim Curley.
A state Senate committee recommended last month that if the Court were to decline her request, the full Senate should vote on her removal.
The nature of the cheating allegations are unknown, but commissioner says those who “engaged in such behavior face swift ... discipline.”
Governor wants to shut down the Public Employee Retirement Commission and transfer the work to the state Municipal Retirement System.
Common Pleas Judge Steven O’Neill swept aside a former district attorney’s claim that he granted the comedian immunity from prosecution.
Gov. Tom Wolf signs bill that will delay use of the exams until 2019.
The Network for Public Education released its first 50-state report card that issued grades based on six criteria.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health plans to issue regular reports on any possible and confirmed Zika virus cases in the state.
The board’s adoption would give other informal guidelines some ”regulating authority, some regulatory teeth.”
Amid the budget impasse, Gov. Tom Wolf today is calling for $377 million more in K-12 funding this year and $200 million more next year.
About 2,700 fewer people were counted as out of work, while about 6,600 more people were counted as employed, according to the report.
Embattled attorney general’s campaign cash has gone toward law firms and public relations agencies.
Activist Gene Stilp asked residents not to sign nominating petitions to put Ms. Kane’s name on the ballot.
The Wolf administration is moving to close the Public Employee Retirement Commission, which reviews public pension legislative proposals.
A German legend has it that if a furry rodent sees his shadow Feb. 2, winter will last another six weeks. If not, spring comes early.
While not pinpointing a cause, the approximately 2,000 pages of documents rule out a number of potential contributing factors.
Man who declined a decade ago to bring charges against Bill Cosby says he believes the decision forever bars his successors from doing so.
A spokesman for the governor’s office said the action was necessary because of the state’s ongoing budget problems.
Gene Stilp asks Pennsylvanians not to sign nominating petitions to put the embattled attorney general on the ballot.
Spokesman for the governor says the administration sees the analysis provided by PERC as redundant and expensive.
Former gubernatorial chief of staff Katie McGinty, former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, and Braddock Mayor John Fetterman appeared together Sunday.
A number of groups that don’t have to disclose their donors are advertising on both sides of Pennsylvania’s seven-month budget impasse.
Brian Bostian remembers pushing the throttle forward to pick up speed and then braking in moments before fatal May crash.
The Acela Express was headed to New York City from Washington with 201 passengers Sunday night when the unknown object cracked a window.
Thanks to new laws taking effect Thursday, visiting team doctors can now treat their own players without a Pennsylvania medical license.
The chair of the state Senate judiciary committee believes the issue is not a legislative one and instead should be addressed by the courts.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration plans to develop policy recommendations and resources for high schools and colleges.
The record-breaking ocean liner, moored in Philadelphia for nearly two decades, once hosted royalty and presidents.
The lanes were closed while crews removed a truck that went over an embankment near Bedford.
Mosquitoes carrying the virus aren’t in the state. Pennsylvanians shouldn’t face much immediate risk from the high-profile disease.