List by Category: Pennsylvania News

PA's Superior Court handed down a decision for two women to legally get divorced

12.29.16 | Terry Diener

Freyda Neyman and Florence Buckley couldn't legally marry in the Keystone State in 2002, but a state Superior Court panel ruled Wednesday that the women can legally get divorced. The decision, set in an opinion by Senior Judge James J...

It's Rose Bowl week for Penn State

12.28.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The players spending some time at Disneyland in southern California. Coaches say the distraction before Monday's big game against The University of Southern California is a good thing.The 5th-ranked Nittany Lions will face the 9th- ranked Trojans...

Driving will get more expensive next year in Pennsylvania

12.28.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Keystone State has some of the worst roads in America, mainly because there are so many roads in the commonwealth.To keep up with managing the massive network of roads prices are going up in Pennsylvania. Windshield registration stickers...

PA's minimum wage will stay put at $7.25 while 21 other states increase base pay

12.27.16 | Terry Diener

"Fight for Fifteen" rallies were held across the state throughout the year, as Pennsylvanians pushed to increase minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour. While neither Maryland, Ohio nor New York will increase their minimum wage that much, some will...

The price to fill up is going up in Pennsylvania

12.27.16 | Bill Price

Starting Sunday, the nation's highest gas tax will increase by another 8 cents per gallon. Gas stations will almost certainly pass along the increase to motorists. Drivers will pay about 78 cents per gallon in tax  That's up from just...

PA driver's licenses won't be acceptable I.D. to enter a federal facility next month

12.26.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Come January 30, the Keystone State licenses won't be accepted at military bases and nuclear plants. About a year later, on January 22, 2018, the license will no longer be good to fly domestically. The federal Real I.D. Act, which passed in 2005...

A defense attorney says an insanity defense is unlikely in the Eric Frein trial

12.26.16 | Sarah Harnisch

Frein is the man charged with fatally ambushing a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding a second trooper near a rural barracks in eastern Pennsylvania. Attorney William Ruzzo said during a hearing over the holiday that an insanity or diminished...

Wegmans is facing a a civil lawsuit for background checks it runs on prospective employees

12.26.16 | Sarah Harnisch

The Rochester-based grocery giant has been accused of violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act for failing to give job applicants and employees who became the subjects of consumer background checks proper notice. The civil lawsuit was filed in...

A PA politician wants colleges that declare themselves "sanctuary campuses" to face sanctions

12.22.16 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

State Representative Jerry Knowles says he plans to introduce a bill in next year's legislative session that would  make "sanctuary schools" lose taxpayer funding. So far, none of the four, state-related universities, nor the 14 state-owned...

Pennsylvania's governor promises not to raise taxes to balance the budget next year

12.22.16 | Bob Price

Tom Wolf will instead propose a series of government reforms to make official Harrisburg operate more efficiently. Wolf releases his budget proposal in early February.

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