List by Category: Pennsylvania News

PA state police are joining the movement to equip officers with narcan

02.23.18 | Bob Price

Narcan is a life-saving drug that can revive a person from an opioid overdose. Officers will start carrying the nasal spray antidote today. Governor wolf says Pennsylvania will provide 60,000 narcan kits to first responders in all 67 counties.

Church Still Plans Ceremony with Weapons

02.22.18 | Bob Price

A church leader tells Newswatch 16 a ceremony next week that features assault rifles will go on. The Sanctuary Church is expecting hundreds of people next Wednesday morning, many of them with assault rifles. Church leaders had this ceremony...

New Pa. congressional district map being challenged

02.22.18 | Bob Price

Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania on Wednesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block a new congressional map in the state that was drawn after the old one was deemed gerrymandered. The Republican leaders in the state House and Senate...

A PA senator seeks legislation to allow courts to confiscate guns from 'violent' people

02.21.18 | Brandon Dickson

State Senator Daylin Leach says his proposal would allow people to petition a judge to issue a public protection order. He said judges could take away guns until the owner gets the help they need. Leach claims people who petition for a public...

PA bill would require metal detectors and armed guards at schools

02.21.18 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania Rep. Rosemary M. Brown, a Republican who represents Monroe and Mike counties, has introduced a bill ensuring the highest security measures are taken in the state's schools. This comes in light of school safety and security concerns...

PA Republicans say they'll go to federal court to try to block the new 'court-ordered' map

02.20.18 | Bill Price

Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says if the Pennsylvania Supreme Court does not reconsider its congressional map re-drawing, Republicans will most likely appeal at the federal level. The GOP says the new map violates the "separation of...

A lawmaker in PA is resigning his post to take a presidential appointment

02.20.18 | Brandon Dickson

Northern Tier Republican Rep. Matt Baker stepped down Monday to become the regional director of the office of intergovernmental and external affairs. That's with the Department of Health and Human Services.

An unusual struggle for control of a PA DA's office is now in court

02.19.18 | Brandon Dickson

Marion O'Malley took office February 5th as the Susquehanna County DA. Her tenure is being challenged by William Urbanski, who briefly served as DA before a judge ruled him ineligible and installed O'Malley instead. Urbanski is suing to get...

Poll shows PA GOP congressional candidate has slight edge

02.19.18 | Bob Price

Republican Rick Saccone has a small advantage in the special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district. However, the Monmouth University poll finds that a partisan gap in enthusiasm around President Trump has helped Democrat...

PA's auditor general says he's confident that recreational pot will become legal

02.16.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey, Brandon Dickson

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale claims "the question is 'when' not 'if.'" He says legalizing and taxing pot would rake in millions of dollars for the state. Congressional candidate Joe Peters says in places where recreational lot is legal...

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