Lawmakers Speak Out On UPMC’s Anti-Bill Campaign Two Pittsburgh-area lawmakers are speaking out about a direct mail and robocall campaign UPMC is waging against their bills that would require all large health systems in the state to accept insurance from any in-state company. Fast Food Workers Across Country Protest Federal Minimum Wage Service could be a little slower today at fast food restaurants as workers walk off the job to protest the federal minimum wage.
Hundreds Show Up To School Board Meeting After Controversial Resignation City Council Gives Preliminary Approval For Red Light Cameras County Council To Decide On Budget Amidst Disagreement Over Drug Enforcement McGinty Runs For Governor As Centrist Democrat Many Come Together, Call For More Testing On World AIDS Day Dr. Charles Krauthammer Discusses “Things That Matter” Local Students, Lawmaker Debate National Motto Bill Judge Sets Same-Sex Marriage Lawsuit Trial Date McKeesport Residents Remember JFK Visit On Anniversary Of His Assassination PennDOT To Target Key Bridges & Roads With New Funding
Red Light Cameras Coming To Pittsburgh Intersections Running a red light in the city of Pittsburgh is about to get a little more risky. Police: Mother Driving Drunk With Large Knives, Kids In Car Peters Township police say they arrested a mother for driving drunk with her two children in the backseat.
New Concerns Over Shale Drilling, Radioactivity Waste School Children Watch Penguins Practice CPSC Warns Public About Holiday-Related Dangers Toddler Injured After Crawling Into Old Stove Lawmakers Speak Out On UPMC’s Anti-Bill Campaign Man Pleads No Contest In Wife’s 1993 Drowning Death Man Dies After Allegedly Attacking UPMC Shadyside Doctor Snow, Icy Conditions Impact Morning Commute Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Most Of Area 1 Dead in Westmoreland Co. Crash