Mayor Jim Kenney says Philadelphia will continue to be a sanctuary city despite threats of federal funds being pulled.
Richard Santiago is an immigrant rights activist in Philly and thinks the crackdown will backfire. He says "immigrants ...
There were 30 homocides last year in Syracuse, the most of any year ever.
The 10-member task force includes eight detectives, a sergeant and a lieutenant.
Air Transport World magazine has named it this year's airport of the year.
It marks the first time a U.S. airport has earned the top spot.
Pittsburgh International serves 68 nonstop destinations. The airport just finished its busiest year since ...
The governor has put the cost at $163 million dollars, but many in Albany think Cuomo is low-balling the numbers.
Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching and Learning Institute says New York's public university system is not able to accommodate the ...
Dauphin County Democrat Patty Kim claims the working poor cannot survive on the current minimum wage. She quoted a 2016 report from the National Low-Income Housing Coalition saying "a working in Pennsylvania working a minimum wage job would ...
Representative Neal Goodman of Schuylkill County insists the loss of nearly 800 jobs would be devastating. He says, "that's a body blow my district doesn't get up from."
Corrections Secretary John Wetzel is objecting to senators’ ...
The plan introduced in Albany would require two physicians to certify that a patient’s illness is terminal. Physicians could refuse to agree to the request for any reason.Last year the measure passed an Assembly committee but never made it to ...
Pro-lifers say it's a "not so veiled" attempt to lift the ban on late-term abortions.
Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms says the move is "an abortion expansion effort."
The Cuomo mandate also covers most forms of birth ...
The Keystone State is one of just six states that have yet to comply with federal standards to make driver's licenses more secure.
State Senator Mike Folmer helped lead the push-back in Pennsylvania against those standards. He says he's not ...
The spending blue-print promises tax cuts and free college but only if the rich may more.The governor also wants to extend the ride-hailing services, construct a 750-mile biking & hiking trail, and allow movie theaters to sell alcohol.