Election officials were impressed by 10 state House oversight hearings, but it’s still unclear if lawmakers will embrace their recommendations.
All Pennsylvania voters — including independents and minor-party members — will be asked to consider four ballot questions on May 18.
A director and alumnus of America’s wealthiest boarding school claims he had to sue the institution to see how it spends the funding it receives from sales of Hershey bars and Reese’s Pieces.
The preventative measure is intended to give federal regulators time to scrutinize the rare complication, which has been identified in six cases so far in the U.S.
A free reader Q&A by Spotlight PA on how partisan groups are masquerading as local news and eroding trust in journalism in Pa.
The State College-based construction and paving company has been paid more than $1.7 billion for state projects.
The state Department of Health denied a public records request from Spotlight PA, citing a decades-old law that it has frequently used to shield the public from scrutinizing its pandemic response.
Four of Pennsylvania’s most powerful lawmakers are accepting applications to chair the redistricting commission, and advocates are hoping for independence.
The proposal is part of a nationwide wave of legislation advocates say has the potential to harm transgender children and adults, especially amid the ongoing pandemic.
For Pennsylvania to legalize cannabis, the idea would need to gain backing among the Republican lawmakers who control both the state House and Senate.
As part of the accelerated rollout, law enforcement, grocery store workers, and people who work in food-processing plants are eligible as of Wednesday.
The move further solidifies the influence of lobbyist Ray Zaborney, who, with his wife, runs a trio of companies that help elect public officials, then lobby them once in office.
The state has made significant progress in its vaccination effort after Gov. Tom Wolf came under intense scrutiny, but that progress still depends, in part, on where you live.
The state Health Department is once again citing a decades-old law that it has used numerous times to prevent greater public scrutiny of its coronavirus pandemic response.
Spotlight PA is seeking current and former employees of the state Department of Labor and Industry about their experiences during the pandemic.