They’re called chasers — rogue tow truck operators who rush to the scenes of accidents.
There was something missing on streets of the Strip District this weekend: Uber’s driverless cars.
After two decades, four mayors and $3 million, the Garden Theater and the block at Federal Street and North Avenue on the North Side are still waiting to be redeveloped.
Trooper Robin Mungo has been with the Pennsylvania State Police for 22 years, working everything from highway patrol to community relations.
Former state representative Jesse White is once again in trouble with the law.
When the steel jobs left the Mon Valley, towns like Braddock fell into decline.
PETA’s undercover video purported to show abuse of the animals housed at The University of Pittsburgh’s John G. Rangos Sr. Research Center in Lawrenceville.
The University of Pittsburgh says it’s been cleared by the United States Department of Agriculture, after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals filed a complaint about the treatment of lab animals at Pitt’s Rangos Research facility in Lawrenceville.
Next year, medical marijuana will be available for purchase across Pennsylvania. So, is legalizing recreational pot soon to follow?
Lead in the water can cause brain damage and a host of other medical problems.
An analysis of drinking water in our schools found that Pennsylvania had the highest number of exceedances for lead in the nation.
Since the 1970s, shopping malls have been blamed for killing off Main Street; but now, many malls are facing extinction themselves.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has divided the state into six regions and will allow only a limited number of medical marijuana licenses in each.
Hard times hit McKeesport when the mills closed, but now the struggling Mon Valley city may be trading in steel for marijuana.
Since the 1950s, the poor and destitute have found a meal and a place to sleep at the Light of Life Mission on the North Side.