Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are surging, making mitigation efforts like wearing masks and not gathering in small spaces more important than ever.
President Donald Trump summoned state lawmakers to the White House to talk about the election, but those who went weren't talking about it later.
Spotlight PA and Votebeat interviewed eight Allegheny County poll workers, who suggested the success seen on Nov. 3 was far from inevitable.
Only President-elect Joe Biden’s electors will go to Harrisburg on Dec. 14 to formally cast their support for the former vice president, who won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes.
In voting down the measure, the panel's two Democrats said the audit would be duplicative of one already required by law.
For many Pennsylvanians, the late fall and early winter holiday seasons hold memories of coming together with friends and loved ones; a time of happiness and unity. Unity can be defined as many things: the state of being brought together, the quality of not being divided, a condition of harm…
Years of financial oversight through Act 47 has prepared cities that were thought to be doomed by the pandemic, while others face cuts and potentially massive tax hikes.
HARRISBURG — A state lawmaker has filed a formal complaint against the Pennsylvania House alleging unsafe working conditions, citing potential exposure risks after another member tested positive for the coronavirus.
HARRISBURG — For months, Mark Davis has urged lawmakers to spend $270 million in coronavirus relief dollars to support groups that serve people with autism and intellectual disabilities. Without more aid, he said, providers will be at risk of shutting down for good.
HARRISBURG — State House Republicans on Wednesday moved a step closer to launching a review of the 2020 presidential election in Pennsylvania, though the process would not be completed until after the state’s vote is officially certified.