During the May 18 primary, voters will be asked to approve a constitutional amendment limiting the governor's emergency powers.
A big part of President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan calls for a cleaner environment and a pivot away from fossil fuels. Some states already are moving on their own.
The Pennsylvania State Troopers Association, the union representing members of the Pennsylvania State Police, added its support this year for the first time.
New research finds that tap water avoidance is on the rise in the US, especially among minorities. An expert on water and health calls for better public education about water quality and testing.
Respondents to the new Muhlenberg College poll give President Joe Biden high marks, but are sharply divided over Gov. Tom Wolf's handling of the pandemic.
Senior-friendly ride-sharing services, more neighborhood amenities, the potential for driverless cars – all offer alternatives that can help Pennsylvania’s growing older population avoid isolation.
Chesapeake readily admits to damming streams and filling in wetlands here in Pennsylvania. It’s clear the company sees these violations, and the fines that come with them, as merely the cost of doing business.
Christian Hall, 19, was suffering from mental health issues, his family says, when he was fatally shot on an I-80 overpass last December.
If a 1/6 Commission is not established, it will signal that an organized effort to terrorize a branch of government for the purpose of overturning the legitimate election of a president is only a crime of political passion.
Wolf’s COVID-19 disaster declaration authority permits crucial food assistance for Pa. | Teresa Miller
In Pennsylvania, the constitutional amendment questions on the ballot this May could put all of this money for food, and all of the families who rely on it, at risk.