Miners at Consol’s Harvey Mine in Greene County gathered before and after their shifts awaiting the arrival of Scott Pruitt
For the past year, Sheriff Deputy Joe Cirigliano has been on the front line of the opioid crisis, collecting unused prescription drugs, nearly a ton of them.
Drug overdose deaths in Pennsylvania are at an all-time high.
The love between city of Pittsburgh and Uber has gone cold.
Who knew that getting clean, potable water into your home could be such a mess?
A debate is raging over whether the city of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Water And Sewer Authority are doing enough to ensure residents’ health and safety.
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?