HARRISBURG, Pa. - Officials say Pennsylvania's tax collections in April are way behind as the month comes to a close.
The state says it's facing a shortfall of $477-million, mostly because of lagging personal income tax collections.
That compounds a deficit that was about $170 million at the beginning of the month and presents another hurdle for Governor Corbett's election-year budget.
A judge's ruling is increasing the possible penalty that three former Penn State administrators could face if convicted of crimes for how they responded to the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.Read More »
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