Shapiro denounces protest outside Israeli-owned restaurant in Philadelphia

BY: - December 4, 2023

Gov. Josh Shapiro sent out a post on social media on Sunday evening calling the protest outside of Goldie a blatant act of antisemitism.

Delco DA Stollsteimer launches campaign for attorney general

BY: - November 27, 2023

He becomes the fifth candidate in the race for the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania AG.

Former Delco DA Copeland joins GOP attorney general race

BY: - November 21, 2023

Kat Copeland is the second Republican to formally announce her intentions for the statewide row office, joining York County District Attorney Dave Sunday in the race for the GOP nomination.

Pennsylvania Capitol Building. May 24, 2022. Harrisburg, Pa. (Photo by Amanda Berg, for the Capital-Star).

Bradford calls school vouchers ‘very problematic’ but adds House Dems didn’t say ‘hell no’

BY: - October 30, 2023

The Pa. House Majority Leader talked school vouchers, the Pa. primary date, and working with Senate Republicans at a Monday appearance.

Pennsylvania Capitol Building. May 24, 2022. Harrisburg, Pa. (Photo by Amanda Berg, for the Capital-Star).

How Pennsylvania’s budget impasse has affected tuition rates at state-related universities

BY: - July 25, 2023

Pennsylvania lawmakers likely won’t solve the budget impasse before schools return this fall, forcing the state’s four state-related universities to consider, and in some cases already approved, tuition increases for the upcoming year.

Aerial view of the train derailment wreckage in East Palestine. (Screenshot from NTSB B-roll recorded Feb. 5, 2023)

Norfolk Southern pays $1 million to Pennsylvania communities for relief after train derailment

BY: - July 24, 2023

More than five months after a train derailed along the Ohio-Pennsylvania border, western communities affected by the fiery wreck have received financial support from the railroad company to help with relief.

What does the budget impasse mean for Pennsylvania K-12 schools?

BY: - July 20, 2023

Pennsylvania is still without a finalized spending plan, and K-12 school districts could feel the impact of the budget impasse if the standstill drags into the upcoming academic year.

heavy rain pouring down from passing storm

Five dead, two children missing after flash floods in Bucks Co. | Monday Morning Coffee

BY: - July 17, 2023

Heavy rains and flash flooding hammered the eastern half of the state over the weekend, taking a deadly toll.

Magdalene Sanchez’s “Homesick.”

Art exhibit by LGBTQ+ college students graces the walls of Pa. governor’s residence

BY: - July 16, 2023

'These shows are important to queer artists so that we have our own space,' art student Magdalene Sanchez said.

The exterior of the Pennsylvania state Capitol on March 7, 2023 (Photo by Amanda Mustard for the Pennsylvania Capital-Star).

Pa. is still without a final budget. What does the impasse mean for state, county programs?

BY: and - July 14, 2023

Here’s what to know about the impasse and what a late budget means for Pennsylvania programs:


Pa.’s budget impasse is a binge-worthy — and totally fixable — summer drama | Friday Coffee

BY: - July 14, 2023

Maybe it won't be fixed in 59 minutes. But history shows that this, too, shall pass.

How Pennsylvania plans to deploy $1.16B allocated for broadband expansion

BY: - July 12, 2023

Here's what to know about the plan to invest in broadband and high-speed internet infrastructure in Pennsylvania