Nurses, researchers, and workplace safety officers worry new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention might reduce protection against the coronavirus and other airborne pathogens in hospitals.
Pennsylvania Republican legislators support a voucher program they say is meant to help a small number of students who attend schools they claim are failing.
Election Day is less than two months away, and for the process to go smoothly, Pennsylvania needs a lot more poll workers.
The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a new rule for iron and steel mills under the Clean Air Act and comments have been extended to Sept. 29.
Here in Pennsylvania, the state has invested over $197 million in clean energy projects, and over 450 new, good-paying jobs have been created since the IRA’s passage, as of July 2023.
Pennsylvanians will soon see some financial relief with their property taxes and rent.
Recently retired Marine Mike O’Brien said Wednesday he’s tired of Republicans co-opting the concept of “freedom,” and will seek the Democratic nomination to run against U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-10th District.
A tight labor market with steady growth and historically low unemployment – those are the findings in the new “State of Working Pennsylvania” report.
Some Pennsylvania patients with long-term chronic illnesses are hoping to make legal headway, allowing them to seek medical aid in dying across state lines.
Sometimes the heat makes you vomit, said Carmen Garcia, a farmworker in the San Joaquin Valley of California.