Lawmakers renew calls for rail safety reforms after Pa.’s latest train derailment
The Montgomery County accident has intensified the attention of state and federal officials.
Q&A: Pa. House Health Committee Chairperson Dan Frankel
The Allegheny County Democrat spoke ahead of the Greater Pittsburgh Healthcare Summit.
Pittman: Hundreds of millions in state funding could be at risk without more budget bills
Meanwhile, the leader for House Democrats urged the Senate to advance an already-passed $45.5B spending plan.
How Cherelle Parker’s ‘village’ made a path to victory | Analysis
Looking at the crowd of orange shirts Tuesday, Democrat Cherelle Parker said 'This right here, these are my people.'
A guide to the gatekeepers: Here’s who’s running the most powerful committees in Harrisburg
Out of the 50 legislative committees in the General Assembly, 41 of them have new majority chairs this year
Here’s how Philly’s mayoral hopefuls would support city’s creative and cultural economy
The candidates made their pitches during a debate last week at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Shapiro, citing the importance of public safety, stops by PEMA HQ for first state agency visit
By Justin Sweitzer Gov. Josh Shapiro visited employees at the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Wednesday, telling them and a handful of reporters he was there to reaffirm his commitment to public safety and emergency preparedness as he settles into office. PEMA was the first agency that Shapiro has visited since taking the oath of office […]
Pa. Court rules state House special elections will be held on Feb. 7
Amid the uncertainty in the state House, Pennsylvanians got a bit of clarity Friday.
A timeline of Pa. Rep. Scott Perry’s texts following the 2020 election | Analysis
Perry’s texts with former a former Trump White House official Mark Meadows are heavy with baseless conspiracy theories.
Allegheny County is moving ahead with special elections for vacant state House seats
A spokesperson said the county will hold elections in February barring any court decisions.
Krasner hits GOP in post-impeachment presser
The DA and Philly officials criticized the impeachment effort and called it an effort to ‘silence’ voters.
Inside Pa.’s proposed ‘Parental Bill of Rights,’ which critics are calling homophobic
The legislation would place limits on teachings of sexual orientation and gender identity in younger grades.