The Lead | Blog
Our cartoonist breaks down one of Pennsylvania's longest-running policy debates.
The two Wolf administration officials made the case for a wage hike during the agency’s annual budget hearing before the House Appropriations Committee. They told the Repulican-controlled panel that the Legislature’s lack of movement on the issue has been “frustrating.”
Youngblood, the House Democratic Caucus Secretary, was the first Black woman to ever hold a leadership position in the history of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
Jessica Benham, a disability rights advocate who lost Sunday's endorsement vote to Heather Kass, told the Pittbsurgh Current that she's staying in the race.
Published reports revealed this week that Pennsylvania isn't getting the most bang for its buck when it awards millions of dollars in corporate tax credits.
Get yourself checked or encourage a loved one to get their heart checked. It could save a life.
The department recently announced a statewide listening tour to collect public input as Pennsylvania prepares to reboot its K-12 science standards for the first time in 20 years.
It’s been a little more than two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., that claimed the lives of 17 people. With years now rolling by, legislators and families are still pressing to find a consensus and solution to safer schools.
The winner of the 190th state House District seat, if she intends to seek re-election, will have to hit the campaign trail again for the April 28 primary to get on the November ballot.
Gov. Tom Wolf rolled out a $36.05 billion budget plan for the fiscal year that starts July 1. It's a 4.22 percent increase over current, approved spending.