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The state exceeded its budget for winter maintenance by $69 million, or 34 percent.
The Pittsburgh-based breast milk bank will service neonatal intensive care units in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Senator says a lot of social ills are being blamed on police instead of on broken family structures, criminal behavior and poverty.
Senators will seek concessions from many employees and the eventual end of the debt-ridden traditional pension system for 370,000 workers.
The Pittsburgh mayor acknowledges he erred in criticizing Democratic legislators.
The PUC judges had previously ordered Uber to divulge details on the number of rides provided from the advent of its service in Pittsburgh.
Peer-reviewed study finds health co-benefits would result from implementing the controversial federal Clean Power Plant Rule
Former Pennsylvania governor and U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh was a key player in passage of the ADA 25 years ago.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials said 23 states reported combined spending of more than $1 billion.
The alleged gunman led police on a tense, six-week manhunt through northeastern Pennsylvania woods before he was caught.
The commonwealth’s Independent Fiscal Office says Pa. has more revenue so far this year than expected, but still faces a shortfall.
Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati said Pat Browne "suffered considerable injuries and was in the intensive care unit.“
The health insurer proposes to transfer $175 million in grants to its seven-hospital AHN for capital improvements and to improve cash flow.
There are 12 candidates — six Democrats and six Republicans — running for three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Judge Jonathan D. Grine signed an order this week that cancels a pre-trial conference until a new judge is assigned from another county.
The Allentown mayor promotes his U.S. Senate campaign at the Pulaski Club in the West End.
A consultant is reconciling $50 million in U.S. awards to Cheyney students to determine if and how much of that money Cheyney must return.
Judge Michael Sholley said he was not willing to put them back into the juvenile system, where they would age out in less than three years.
The moldy bills were found in a plastic bag Saturday by a park visitor who was walking in Bald Eagle State Park.
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.
Doctors told two state House committees about likely benefits of medical marijuana but said long-term effects of the drug aren’t known.
Southwestern Pennsylvania Lutherans and Catholics plan how to mark the 1517 Reformation that divided them.
The law gave prosecutors and victims the right to sue to stop “conduct which perpetuates the continuing effect of the crime on the victim.”
Pennsylvania has had the most cases of Lyme disease nationwide for the last five years.
It was only the third time in the committee’s history that it has resorted to a subpoena.
Monsignor William Lynn of Philadelphia is the first U.S. church official prosecuted over his handling of abuse complaints.
Rachel Hall, 22, suffered head and leg injuries when she was thrown from her bicycle.
A day after the attorney general filed a motion to force the health care giants into arbitration, the state began working on a schedule.
The deployment is expected to begin later this week, and Maryland will reimburse Pennsylvania’s costs.
Jess Leipold, 32, was shot to death outside the Adams County Prison on April 9.
A panel of judges referred the dismissal of James Barker from the attorney general's office to the district attorney for investigation.
The federal courthouse on Grant Street soon could be named after federal Judge Joseph F. Weis Jr. of Fox Chapel, who died last year.
The NRA sued over the gun laws of Pittsburgh, Lancaster and Philadelphia early this year.
Previously, anyone applying for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program was subject to an “assets” test.
The attorney general lied "to divert her attention from her actual role as the principal“ of a leak to the media, the grand jury said.
The governor said UPMC’s cancellation of its Medicare Advantage plan with Highmark had been “the final straw.”
The report is billed as the first modern-day comprehensive performance audit evaluating the effectiveness of the State System.
Firefighters broke through a second-floor window to enter the locked home.
The commission established by the Legislature is expected to recommend a formula by June 10.
In Pennsylvania, the rise in gun sales and transfers over the last few years has been dramatic.
Democrats Robert Colville of Allegheny County and Alice Dubow of Philadelphia seek party nomination for Superior Court seat.
This year’s race for the uniquely Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court pits three veteran attorneys against each other for one spot.
The state attorney general plans to file a motion Monday to enforce the consent decree between UPMC and Highmark
Residents with incomes of more than $100,000 would bear nearly two-thirds of the increased tax burden, according to the report.
The criminal contempt hearing, which had been scheduled for Monday, will be rescheduled at the request of the attorneys in the case.
The video was taken by a camera on Officer Lisa Mearkle’s stun gun. She has been charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed man.
The Post-Gazette is exploring the varied subcultures among firearms owners in Pennsylvania.
The order came in a lawsuit by a group of care providers and recipients who claim the executive order is an attempt to unionize the workers.
Ted Dallas is Gov. Tom Wolf’s nominee to to head the Department of Human Services.
Grants totaling $304,137 have been awarded to schools, universities, conservation districts and nonprofit organizations in Allegheny County.