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  • Attorney General Kathleen Kane visible at inauguration, despite possible charges

    Attorney General Kathleen Kane visible at inauguration, despite possible charges
    HARRISBURG — A grand jury reportedly has recommended criminal charges against state Attorney General Kathleen Kane. But she's not shirking the spotlight. Kane, the first woman and Democrat elected attorney general, was in the front with other...
  • Municipal pensions in Pennsylvania facing combined $7.7 billion debt

    Municipal pensions in Pennsylvania facing combined $7.7 billion debt
    HARRISBURG — Carrying more than $7.7 billion in total debt, municipal pensions could lead to bankruptcies of cities, boroughs and townships across Pennsylvania, state officials warned. A rising stock market alone can't fix the debt, because many...
  • Pa. auditor general says Wolf's contributions won't affect audits

     Pa. auditor general says Wolf's contributions won't affect audits
    Gov.-elect Tom Wolf contributed almost $50,000 to Eugene DePasquale's election campaigns over the years, but the state auditor general promised that will not affect the way he audits the Wolf administration. "No, absolutely not," DePasquale told The...
  • No way to say if job creation programs worth the money, audit says

    No way to say if job creation programs worth the money, audit says
    At a time when our cash-strapped state government should be watching where every penny is spent, an agency that provides hundreds of millions of public dollars to private businesses hasn't been doing enough to make sure that money is spent wisely, a...
  • Auditor general to investigate if Pa. is getting enough tax relief from gambling

     Auditor general to investigate if Pa. is getting enough tax relief from gambling
    The state auditor general's office will audit the operations of the gaming control board next year with an eye on whether the promises of jobs and property tax cuts from gambling revenues panned out, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said Tuesday. In an...
  • Report: Cheyney University's future uncertain

    The fiscal health of Cheyney University, the nation's first historically black university, has deteriorated for five years and could worsen without immediate state intervention, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says. An audit released Wednesday by...
  • Will Tom Wolf compromise on his priorities?

    Will Tom Wolf compromise on his priorities?
    Eliminate a multibillion-dollar deficit while increasing funding for public education. Levy a tax on natural gas drillers. Enact a gift ban in the aftermath of a scandal. Those are the priorities that analysts and officeholders see Gov.-elect Tom Wolf...
  • Lincoln U. board throws support behind President Robert Jennings

    Lincoln University's board of trustees threw its support behind President Robert R. Jennings Saturday amid an ongoing controversy over comments he made which many interpreted as blaming women for sexual assault. President Kimberly Lloyd said the board...
  • Lincoln University board calls for internal review of president over sexual assault comments

    The Lincoln University's board of trustees decided Saturday to conduct an internal review of the behavior of its president, Robert Jennings, who has been under fire for comments he made about women's sexual assaults and also for drops in enrollment and...
  • Commonwealth Court judge calls NCAA forum shopping 'deplorable'

    Commonwealth Court Judge Anne Covey issued a memorandum opinion Friday that slapped the hands of the NCAA for its filings in state and federal courts looking for just the right rulings. On Oct. 3, Covey issued a ruling denying the NCAA's petition to...
  • Auditor general: DEP does not have manpower to properly oversee natural gas industry

    HARRISBURG — The state's natural gas industry has grown too fast, too soon, overwhelming the Department of Environmental Protection's ability to adequately inspect drilling sites, monitor drinking water and respond to citizens' complaints, according...