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Latest Tom Corbett Items
The most tumultuous week Penn State has ever endured is drawing to a close.
Just because Joe Paterno is gone doesn't mean the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State is over.
Coach Joe Paterno is fighting for his job amid "eroding" support from Penn State's board of trustees and a widening sex-abuse scandal and possible cover-up centered on former assistant and one-time heir apparent Jerry Sandusky.
Idaho is set to become the first state in the nation to require high school students to take at least two credits online to graduate.
Lawmakers in Ohio, Pennsylvania and elsewhere are still proposing expanded voucher programs. They're just calling them something else.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett on Monday declared a fiscal emergency in the state capital of Harrisburg, removing much of the authority over police, firefighting, trash collection and other services from city officials and placing it in the hands of his administration.
Harrisburg, a proud city of almost 50,000, now stands on the edge of bankruptcy and likely will turn over its troubled checkbook soon to state lawmakers, the last resort after years of poor investment and political infighting.
Gov. Tom Corbett signed a new law Thursday giving him unprecedented power to force Pennsylvania's capital into a state-sanctioned financial recovery plan.
Gov. Tom Corbett released a plan for Pennsylvania's natural-gas boom Monday that would allow the state's counties to impose a fee on drilling to help pay to regulate it and fix environmental damage in communities where it is happening.