Experts warn Pennsylvania is headed for a profound eldercare crisis as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia rates continue to climb. Statistics illustrate the cause of their concern.
Though the program was well-intentioned — designed to provide relief to businesses during the early months of the pandemic shutdown — it was confusing and lacked transparency and accountability.
The GOP lawmakers have crafted a sweeping subpoena, requesting among other information the name, address and partial social security number of every voter registered as of November 2020.
The Office of Open Records ruled in favor of Spotlight PA and ordered the health department to disclose how many patients are certified for cannabis under each of the state’s qualifying conditions.
With cases rising, health-care professionals are urging the legislature to extend the regulatory changes to maximize the number of workers in hospitals and long-term care facilities.
Rudy Giuliani once described the Amistad Project as a “partner” in the Trump campaign’s legal efforts to overturn the 2020 election. But little else is known about the group or its donors.
The state first learned it had overcharged thousands of people unemployment interest in 2016, but didn’t disclose it until Spotlight PA asked about the problem.
Though a win for taxpayers, the information provided online is not searchable or easy to analyze.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has vowed to veto any effort to curtail abortion access, but his term ends in January 2023. Republicans plan to aggressively pursue the office.
A lack of beds and staff, soaring costs, and action plans gone unheeded have left Pennsylvania, one of the oldest states in the nation, in a perilous position.
With claims of millions of dollars unaccounted for at the Milton Hershey School, a judge considered Tuesday whether a board member’s lawsuit for access to financial records should go forward.
It will apply to Pennsylvania’s public and private K-12 schools, as well as early learning and child-care facilities, starting Sept. 7.
Spotlight PA held a free panel with health experts about what you need to know going into the fall. Here are the takeaways.
A recent Spotlight PA/KHN investigation found the Pennsylvania department tasked with oversight of these providers allowed some to continue operating despite harm to patients.
The state Senate’s top Republican recently stripped another lawmaker of his committee chairmanship and Capitol staff, a rare but not unprecedented move in Harrisburg.