Pennsylvania is the 7th most impacted state for flooding.
Abortion and reproductive rights have taken a back seat to economy and foreign policy issues, but still hold a lot of sway with women voters.
The Republican Presidential hopefuls faced off in another debate Monday night, but this time there were only five.
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PA State Representative Scott Conklin announces upcoming public forum on constitutional convention
Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum says he's considering running for president.
It will be about six months before Pennsylvania voters head to the polls, but the race for Governor is getting crowded. Two more candidates formally announced this week they are running for Governor of Pennsylvania. That makes a total of eight declared candidates in the race.
Police have to fire off something similar to tear gas to get them to disperse.
Gubernatorial hopeful said more indictments are coming.
State Attorney Tom Corbett makes a big announcement about his political future.
Former Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent J. Fumo will be reporting to prison as scheduled on August 31st.
Layoffs aren't going to cut as deep as Governor Ed Rendell originally projected, but 255 state employees have been laid off effective immediately.
Governor Ed Rendell doesn't mix words when it comes to passing a permanent budget.
Governor Ed Rendell is expected to sign a bill Wednesday morning that will allow thousands of state workers to start getting a paycheck.
More than 33-thousand state workers won't be getting a paycheck Friday (July 31) as the budget stalemate continues.
Next week, more than 44-thousand workers will see zeroed-out paychecks as well.
With a vote on healthcare stalled on Capitol Hill this week, all sides of the reform battle are now preparing to take their arguments back home during the August recess.
A bi-partisan committee will begin negotiating a state budget Monday.
The Governor's press secretary has decided to retire, ending his seven years as Ed Rendell's head media liaison.
Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak is running for the Senate, he's just not doing it officially yet. Sestak says he'll have an official announcement in a month or so.
Former State Senator Vincent Fumo was sentenced to four years and seven months in prison today for his federal corruption conviction.
State Senator Jane Orie won't run for a seat on the U.S. Senate next year. She made the announcement Monday after taking a little time to think about the move.
Pennsylvania Senator Jane Orie is weighing a run to unseat U.S. Senator Arlen Specter.
State Auditor: Pennsylvania Should Cut Spending Before Tax Hike
Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner has his own list of ways the state government should fix its budget deficit.
Governor Ed Rendell said Tuesday legislators are 200-million-dollars closer to a budget agreement, but have yet to come to a compromise on on the remaining one-point-three-billion dollars.
State Senator John Eichelberger just finished up his first, two-year session in Harrisburg. He met with reporters to look back and talk about plans for the future.
The presidential race is starting to tighten up in the battleground state of Pennsylvania.
More than 8.7 million Pennsylvanians are registered to vote, according to the latest numbers from state elections officials.
Despite poll numbers that say he's down in Pennsylvania, John McCain says he's fighting for the state.
Senator John McCain questions Barack Obama's experience at a rally in Harrisburg.
Voters who head to the polls on November 4th will choose the next President of the United States, and they'll also decide whether to approve a referendum that would put $400 million toward repairing and upgrading the state's water and sewer infrastructure.
Today (Monday October 6) is the deadline to register to vote in the November election.
As per the most recent Quinnipiac University poll stats, Democrat Barack Obama is ahead of Rebulican John McCain.
The number of newly-registered Democrats in Pennsylvania is growing faster than the rate of newly-registered Republicans.
With ten weeks to go before the presidential election, a new poll shows a very tight race between Barack Obama and John McCain in the three swing states of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Democratic Senator Barack Obama would just get by his Republican rival and seize Pennsylvania's 21 electoral votes if the election were held today, according to a new Franklin and Marshall College poll of state voters.
Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey Jr. will speak at the Democratic National Convention next Tuesday.
A man running for public office owns up to some past run-ins with the law.
Governor Ed Rendell says Barack Obama is a better choice for president for Pennsylvanians.
Presidential hopeful John McCain was in the Western part of Pennsylvania on this Wednesday talking about coal production and energy independence.
The rising price of fuel is a big concern for one area Congressman. Representative Bill Shuster says he's hearing from a lot of frustrated consumers during an early July tour of his district.
While Senator Barak Obama has wrapped up the Democratic Presidential Nomination, the effects of the Hillary Clinton campaign are still being felt in Central Pennsylvania.
Some local Democratic Officials say they are glad to finally have their party's Presidential Nomination settled. That includes some strong supporters of Senator Hillary Clinton.
It looks like another political reform effort is taking hold in Pennsylvania. Legislative leaders have announced an early end to their schedule for the current year.
The latest poll from Quinnipiac University shows that Senator Barack Obama has widened his lead slightly over Senator John McCain in a likely Pennsylvania showdown in the fall.
Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell is staying loyal to Hillary Clinton's campaign for the Democratic Party's nomination to run for President in the fall.
One more of the Elected Officials from this state who will be heading to the convention in Denver made his intentions clear on Friday. Another Pennsylvania super-delegate to the Democratic National convention declared his support for Hillary Clinton on Friday morning.
Three new polls find Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton leads Republican presidential hopeful John McCain in the critical swing states of Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
The luster has come off Barack Obama's campaign in the eyes of the public, following his ten-point loss to Hillary Clinton in the Pennsylvania primary last week.
The Pennsylvania State Senate passed a bill preventing political robocalls to phone numbers registered on a do-not-call list.
The results are in for the race for state treasurer.