Today is Primary Election Day in Pennsylvania and there’s a big race up for decision in Pittsburgh.
The four Democratic candidates running for Mayor of Pittsburgh spoke with Bill Rehkopf the day before the Primary.
On the last day before polls open, Pittsburgh mayoral candidate Jack Wagner enjoyed a dance and some laughs with seniors at a Mt. Washington senior center.
Rob Pratte was joined by Congressman Keith Rothfus to discuss America’s issues from immigration to jobs.
It was one of the biggest news stories of the 20th century, leading directly to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate declined slightly last month, but remains above the national rate.
Two local bars have been padlocked after failing to pay Allegheny County alcoholic drink taxes.
It’s that time of year when lawn signs sprout up everywhere. But incumbent Scott Township Commissioner Bill Wells says the sign of one of his opponents was really unexpected.
Hurrying to check a growing controversy, President Barack Obama ousted the acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service late Wednesday amid an outcry over revelations that the agency had improperly targeted tea party groups for scrutiny when they filed for tax-exempt status.
When the mayor bought his house in Fineview last August — he immediately turned to one man: Bill Rogers.
If the National Transportation Safety Board or NTSB has its way, the legal standard for drunk driving will be cut from the current 0.08 level to 0.05.
Judge Lester Nauhaus has re-sentenced former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin to three consecutive one-year terms of house arrest “out of an abundance of caution,” fearing that his original three-year sentence may not have been technically correct.
There’s another twist in the federal investigation that first targeted the Pittsburgh Police Department and is now looking at the actions of Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
The founder of a local conservative Tea Party-related group would not appear on camera for fear of IRS retaliation.
The Independence Hall Tea Party Association demands that the Obama administration hire a special prosecutor to investigate the recent IRS scandal.
President Barack Obama wins a second term in office on Nov. 6, 2012.
When politicians make the news, it’s not always for their politics. We’re taking a look back at stories that were the talk of the town.
Which senator has already claimed his title as “Trail Blazer” – on his mausoleum? Which one has scaled more than 50 mountains in his home state? Alabama to Illinois, click through to find out.
All eyes have been on Michelle Obama before she entered the White House. Here’s a look at some of the first lady’s fashion styles.