The Senate on Nov.
The state Senate Appropriations Committee on Nov.
While Democratic Sen.
Prescription drug abuse has skyrocketed, and local state House representatives have passed a bill to address aspects of the problem. It awaits a state Senate vote.
In a rare moment, political analysts Tony May and Charlie Gerow actually agree on this month's topic. Read their opinions below. By the way, the two can be seen on Sundays at 11:30 a.m.
A powerful Pittsburgh-based trade association for natural gas companies named a former shale company lobbyist to act as the new public face of Pennsylvania's shale industry.
Amid poor polling, Gov. Tom Corbett launched his re-election campaign Nov. 6 primarily defending his first term in office, saying he did what he told voters he would do.
From the start of his political career, President Obama seems to have modeled himself on Abraham Lincoln. Both were born in other states before settling in Illinois.
Ask any candidate for governor why he is running and chances are he will quickly tick off a list of perceived ills under the state’s current leadership.
State Treasurer Rob McCord has announced that he will challenge an expected re-election bid by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett.
By Dennis Owens
State Treasurer Rob McCord remembers his late mother tenaciously fighting and working to keep a roof over his h
The Corbett administration reached an agreement with United Kingdom-based Camelot Global Services PA LLC to ext