List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Police Officer Assaulted in Schuylkill County

09.03.15 | Bob Price

State police in Schuylkill County are searching for the person they believe assaulted a West Penn Township police officer. It happened along Route 309 near Andreas just before 6 p.m. Wednesday. Route 309 in West Penn Township, also known as West ...

Late Pa Budget impacting schools

09.02.15 | Bob Price

- Pennsylvania’s elected fiscal watchdog says his department’s audits of school districts will now include costs resulting from the state government’s budget impasse. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says more than 80 percent of ...

Gas prices falling, but disparities remain

09.01.15 | Bob Price

By the looks of it, drivers in the Rochester area could pay the lowest Labor Day gas prices in more than a decade. According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline on Monday was $2.47 per gallon, down 18 cents from ...

Pa. Ending Second Month With No Budget In Sight

09.01.15 | Bob Price

Today marks the end of Pennsylvania’s second full month without a budget, and no end to the stalemate in sight. On Tuesday, state House majority Republicans – for lack of Democratic votes – tried and failed on a piecemeal basis ...

Pa. Ending Second Month With No Budget In Sight

08.31.15 | Bob Price

Today marks the end of Pennsylvania’s second full month without a budget, and no end to the stalemate in sight. On Tuesday, state House majority Republicans – for lack of Democratic votes – tried and failed on a piecemeal basis ...

Japan tops Red Land 18-11 for Little League World Series title

08.31.15 | Bob Price

Japan defeated Red Land 18-11 in what will go down as a record slugfest for the Little League World Series title. The teams combined for 30 hits and seven home runs to shatter offensive records. After dropping two runs in the top of the ...

Racist Message Left on Door of Bucknell Professor

08.28.15 | Bill Price

The president of Bucknell University is urging students and staffers to do some soul-searching after someone left a racist message on a professor’s classroom door. This is the second racial incident on campus in the past six ...

Budget Talks Continue in Harrisburg

08.28.15 | Bill Price

Gov. Tom Wolf Thursday said he is likely to have an answer next week for legislative Republican leadership with regard to their offer of $400 million for basic education funding in exchange for the governor’s agreement on a defined ...

You Can Now Register Online To Vote In PA

08.27.15 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvanians will now be able to register online to vote. Officials told The Associated Press that Governor Tom Wolf’s administration will launch the system today, making Pennsylvania the 23rd state to offer Internet-based registration. ...

PA AG Kathleen Kane Speaks About The Criminal Case Against Her

08.27.15 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane blames two former state prosecutors for the criminal case against her, saying they "corruptly manufactured" the investigation to cover up the fact that they had viewed pornography on state computers. ...

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