73% of adults in the United States believe climate change is occurring but only 41% discuss global warming at least occasionally, according to a 2018 Yale University study.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Thursday State College-based business Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. was charged with theft for taking millions of dollars from its workers.
In a Pennsylvania Senate Appropriation Committee hearing on April 6, Penn State President Eric Barron discussed the importance and impact the university's state appropriation has had.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced a timeline for Pennsylvania’s accelerated three-week coronavirus vaccine rollout on Wednesday.
The People’s Choice Festival of Pennsylvania announced the cancellation of its annual summer arts festival due to coronavirus concerns in a Facebook post Tuesday.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that gathering limits will be increased and some restaurant and business coronavirus restrictions will be lifted on April 4, according to a press release.
The "Call for Entries" has been issued by the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts juried fine art exhibition, Images 2021. This year, the exhibition will be an online event due to "coronavirus uncertainty."
On Saturday, the United States Senate voted to acquit former president Donald Trump on the charge of "incitement of insurrection." The final vote was 57-43, according to NBC News.
Following losses at the state and local level, Ezra Nanes stayed active in politics to support the Democratic party. Now, he’s putting himself back on the ballot to vie for a seat in office once again.
On Monday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed a "Proclamation of Disaster Emergency" for the severe winter weather event that began Jan. 31.