A bill to raise Pennsylvania's minimum wage for the first time since 2009 is headed to the state House of Representatives.
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Pennsylvania is among 11 states being advised not to eat some berries bought from Fresh Thyme grocery stores after a multistate hepatitis A outbreak.
Pennsylvania Furnace Repair: 5 Tips For Hiring - Philadelphia, PA - Before something happens and you need to call for furnace repair, know what to look for in a professional heating contractor.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a forceful opinion today holding that the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects individuals from being forced to disclose the passcode to their devices to the police. In a 4-3 decision in Commonwealth v. D
DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. -- A new virtual reality experience is coming to Hersheypark next summer. Hersheypark made the announcement Wednesday with the founder of the multi-player virtual reality experience, Pennsylvania-based MajorMega.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — The Senate Game and Fisheries Committee unanimously passed a bill Wednesday that would increase the state fine for killing bald or golden eagles from $200 to $2,000. “While I applaud conservationists and law enforcement office
Some Pennsbury Buses Will Convert To Propane - Yardley, PA - Announced by lawmakers on Wednesday, the grant is aimed at promoting cleaner natural gas and electric vehicles in Pennsylvania.
Antibiotics were not designed to treat viral illnesses such as a cold, influenza, sinusitis or even bronchitis. Viral infections generally do not need medication and will resolve on their own.
The Pennsylvania American Water Co. has finished repairs to Pittsburgh streets damaged in September during a major water main break, and its insurance company has settled claims with three homeowners whose properties were condemned after the flooding, an
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The Pennsylvania Senate has unanimously approved legislation to increase penalties for people convicted of human trafficking. Senate Bill 60 would increase grading and fines, both on people who traffic victims and those who patr
House and Senate leaders say the state should change funding for transit, state police while the economy is strong and money available.
The state Senate Game and Fisheries Committee Wednesday unanimously approved a bill put forward by State Sen. Lisa M. Boscola (D-18) that would drastically increase the state fine from $200 to $2,000 for killing a bald or golden eagle.
HARRISBURG -- Two Pennsylvania lawmakers are on a mission to change the way police officers are held accountable. State Rep. Chris Rabb and Sen. Katie Muth are proposing the "no consent in custody" legislation, House Bill 1807 and Senate Bill 851.