HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards and State Police Commissioner Tyree Blocker urged drivers to review and obey driver safety laws that have recently been amended or passed through the legislature.
With Flu Activity High, Department of Health Reminds Pennsylvanians It’s Not Too Late To Get Flu Shot
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Department of Health is reminding everyone in Pennsylvania that there is still time to get immunized against the flu as the number of illnesses from the virus remain extremely high across the commonwealth.
HERSHEY, Pa. – The National Center for Health Statistics recently released a report on disparities in cancer mortality that provides researchers and health care organizations across the country with the information to spur improvement in local prevention efforts.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – With widespread winter weather predicted for much of Pennsylvania and impacts to Thursday’s morning rush hour, Governor Tom Wolf reminds motorists to be mindful during winter weather conditions.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Game Commission will begin recruiting the 31st class of Wildlife Conservation Officer Cadets at its Ross Leffler School of Conservation in Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Could minimum wage workers in Pennsylvania really see a pay increase from $7.25 to $12 per hour?
Coalition of 16 AG’s File Amicus Brief Supporting Washington’s Lawsuit Against Trump’s Executive Order
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Yesterday, 16 Attorneys General announce the filing of an amicus brief in support of Washington and Minnesota in the federal lawsuit against the Trump Administration’s executive order on immigration.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Since the Pennsylvania Game Commission began keeping records of statewide bear harvests in 1915, there has never been a more prolific period for Commonwealth black bear hunters.