Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania’s Drug Take Back Program recently surpassed 100 tons of prescription drugs destroyed since Attorney General Josh Shapiro took office in 2017.Shapiro says that prescription drug abuse is the “jet fuel”... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA (AP Newswire) – Pennsylvania is getting an official amphibian, a nocturnal, unsightly salamander that's sometimes known as a snot otter, lasagna lizard or mud devil.The House voted 191-6 Tuesday to grant the... Read More.
Reynoldsville, PA – Jefferson County was the first meeting along the statewide “marijuana listening tour” to have a majority of attendees say they were against the possibility of legalizing recreational marijuana.Of the 36 people... Read More.
Pennsylvania - Fishers statewide are now able to catch trout in their favorite spots across Pennsylvania. The traditional Statewide Opening Day of trout season was April 13.Please remember, any fishers age 16 and older... Read More.
Pittsburgh, PA (AP Newswire) — A prosecutor is refusing to approve criminal charges against Pittsburgh's mayor and six City Council members over the passage of firearms laws that gun-rights advocates say are blatant and... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA – Representative Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield and Elk Counties) authored a bill, House Bill 364, to increase school vehicle safety.It’ll be voted on in the State House within the next few weeks.Currently, state... Read More.
Clearfield and Jefferson Counties, PA – Pennsylvania distracted driving citations decreased by 5 percent statewide from 2017 to 2018. But looking at the bigger picture, distracted driving is still a major concern.Despite the recent... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania has the highest student debt per capita in the entire country. Now a proposed bill could help.More than 1.8 million Pennsylvanians carry an estimated total $68 billion in student loan... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA – The "lobbyist room" at the back of Pennsylvania's state House of Representatives chamber is now closed.For decades, lobbyists could sit in chairs, watch floor proceedings on TV, print out copies of... Read More.