Supporters and detractors alike agreed Shapiro had a weak opponent, strong outreach to rural areas, and a pragmatic policy message.
The new civilian complaint process, scheduled to go live in January, was prompted by outrage following the March 2019 police killing of Osaze Osagie.
The state Supreme Court closed a decades-old legal loophole that kept people who would never be competent to stand trial on criminal charges in jail or prison indefinitely.
When the Pennsylvania House’s new session begins on Jan. 3, at least one Democratic seat will be vacant — complicating the election of the chamber’s speaker.
Democrats have not controlled the chamber for more than a decade, and the win will allow lawmakers to advance policy priorities like raising the minimum wage.
The historic unionization effort in minor league baseball aims to address chronic low pay and poor working conditions, but your local players might not benefit.
Attorneys for Democratic and Republican candidates in two close, still-uncalled races are haggling over whether to count several dozen provisional ballots.
One week later, angry voters demand to know why Luzerne County polling places ran out of ballot paper.
Centre Region municipal managers take “unprecedented” action against a proposal to significantly increase the funding their local governments contribute to the Council of Governments for services.