The clock is ticking for Dreamers with DACA set to expire, but congressional Democrats are pushing to have it renewed before the end of the year.
An audit by state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale found that a former Duquesne School District superintendent and four other employees used district funds as “their own personal piggy bank.”
Pittsburgh City Council appears ready to approve a tax on home sales which supporters say would make housing more affordable, but critics say it will do just the opposite.
Teenage angst never been more apparent than in this generation and it could be linked with the rise in popularity of the smartphone.
Growers and distributors have been struggling to get the medical marijuana industry off the ground in Pennsylvania.
A prominent local defense attorney says the likelihood is very high that Rahmael Holt will be given the death penalty for the murder of New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw.
A new data analytical study says Allegheny County has the most dangerous intersections in the state.
The manhunt for the suspect in the fatal shooting of New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw intensified overnight as a team of officers began a hot pursuit.
It seems like a great program, training unemployed miners and under-employed others at computer coding boot camps.
KDKA Investigates: Fire Officials Making Push To Have All Buildings Retrofitted With Sprinkler Systems
After last spring’s fatal fire at Midtown Towers downtown, fire officials are making a push to have all buildings retrofitted with sprinkler systems.
A former Pittsburgh police sergeant is headed to court Wednesday for sentencing for a fight with fan outside Heinz Field two years ago.
A man who spent decades helping addicts find their way to sober living in the Pittsburgh area is now fighting his own battle against cancer.
Under Bishop David Zubik, the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese will undergo a reorganization of parish consolidations.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has released its 2018 budget and rate plan, and if you’re a customer, you can expect your rates to go up by double digits in the coming months.
On the campuses of Carnegie Mellon and Pitt, on the streets of Squirrel Hill and throughout the city and Allegheny County, people from China and Taiwan are discovering Pittsburgh as a place to study and work.