Wolf reports $414K in 2017 income
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf reported about $414,000 in adjusted gross income in 2017 and nearly $1.3 million in charitable donations in a federal tax return that his campaign made available for review by The Associated Press on Friday.
Wolf made the two-page 1040 form public and allowed a reporter to review the rest of his 102-page federal tax return in a campaign office, following rules he set in 2014 when he was running for a first term.
Wolf, 69, is seeking a second four-year term in the Nov. 6 general election.
Wolf’s 2017 adjusted gross income includes $188,000 in salary, over $200,000 in investment income and a $23,000 tax refund. It does not include another $57,000 in tax-exempt interest.
He reported $266,000 in cash gifts to charity — which includes his salary, according to records provided by Wolf’s campaign Friday — and another $1 million in securities donated to Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, where his wife Frances is a trustee.
Woman killed; two hurt in crash
Authorities said a head-on crash on an interstate highway in western Pennsylvania has left a woman dead and two other people injured.
The crash occurred shortly before 4:30 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 79 in North Strabane.
State police said a man driving a southbound pickup truck crossed a grassy median and entered the northbound lanes, where he collided with an SUV and then hit a car head-on.
The car’s driver, 59-year-old Esther Bernice Davis of Canonsburg, was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later. The drivers of the pickup and the SUV suffered undisclosed injuries and were being treated at hospitals.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
The Associated Press