Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has joined 19 other state attorneys general in supporting a Biden administration effort to tighten regulations on so-called “ghost guns.”
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PennDOT wants to hear from Pennsylvanians about how they think the agency should prioritize spending $171.5 million.
“Modern warfare has moved to the courtroom, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought international law and international courts into a new era of relevance.”
A bill under consideration in the state House and a similar one in the state Senate’s judiciary committee would change Pennsylvania law to allow statewide syringe services programs
Officials from Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration joined autonomous trucking company Locomation in Lawrenceville Monday to highlight how Pennsylvania’s investment in tech development companies has driven innovation across the state. Locomation has received about $60 million in state dollars.
Aurora Innovation became the latest self-driving tech developer to officially open its headquarters in Pittsburgh
The Pittsburgh Tattoo Art Museum opened in March in a basement shop and visitors will find artifacts that used to belong to Percy Waters, Bert Grimm and Lew Alberts.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has banned poultry and egg displays from county and local fairs through June 16 in an attempt to prevent an outbreak in the state.