HERSHEY, Pa. – On Friday Governor Tom Wolf joined Department of Banking and Securities Secretary Robin L. Wiessmann and Department of Aging Secretary Teresa Osborne to discuss measures the Wolf Administration has taken to help protect senior citizens from financial scams and fraud.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Wednesday the arrest of a suspended Pennsylvania state constable accused of abusing his official authority by soliciting at least seven women for sex.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Beginning Thursday, April 20, more than 1.6 million family caregivers across Pennsylvania will now receive critical assistance to help older loved ones remain at home with the implementation of the state’s Caregiver Advise, Record, Enable (CARE) Act.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Yesterday PennDOT announced that traffic deaths in Pennsylvania reached a record low in 2016 with 1,188 fatalities on Pennsylvania roadways last year, a new low since record keeping began in 1928, and seven less than 2015.
ERIE, Pa. (EYT) – Pennsylvania State Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a murder suspect who posted a video of the crime on Facebook.
LEWISBERRY — Governor Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is equipping state park and state forest rangers, managers and assistant managers with life-saving naloxone to minimize opioid overdose fatalities, especially in rural settings such as state parks and state forests where police and first responders may not be readily available.
SHARPSVILLE, Pa. (EYT) — Donna Smith, of Sharpsville, recently joined the American Red Cross Western Pennsylvania Region as a new Volunteer Specialist.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania homeowners have more protection against having their homeowners’ insurance policies cancelled or non-renewed or having their rates raised when they file a claim than homeowners in 40 other states.
YORK, Pa. – Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced criminal charges Monday against 15 people for their roles in a drug pipeline that distributed and sold 15,000 bricks of heroin in York and Blair counties over a two-year period. The heroin sold for approximately $5 million.