At least three marriage equality pieces of legislation have been introduced in the General Assembly, but Pennsylvania is a long way from legalizing same-sex marriage. That was the consensus Monday night among panelists, including two state ...
The constitutionality of Pennsylvania's voter-identification law will get a second week of scrutiny as the trial judge hears allegations that it would disenfranchise large numbers of voters.
Employers in Pennsylvania added an estimated 19,000 jobs to payrolls in June as the state's unemployment rate remained steady.
The “Goodies for Our Troops” crew was at it again this weekend wrapping snacks and such to send to local soldiers overseas.
A community in Northumberland County is without its police force, all because of what appears to be an issue with insurance.
One college campus in Luzerne County was one of hundreds of businesses and intuitions that voluntarily turned off power at buildings to reduce the demand on the power grid during the heat wave.
A woman whose son was among the victims of a mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school in December is urging Pennsylvania state lawmakers to change a state law that allows private sales of rifles to be conducted without background checks.
Gov. Tom Corbett says he's hiring his third chief of staff and his third secretary of legislative affairs in as many years as he struggles to improve his public image and his clout inside the Capitol.
The hot and humid weather that we’re getting this week has a lot of people looking for ways to stay cool.
Stolen taxpayers’ money and the man authorities say took it are the subject of an investigation at Pottsville City Hall. The tax office in city hall has one fewer employee.