‘It’s Not Going To Bring Back The Coal Industry’: Environmentalists Say Somerset Co. Mine Not Enough To Lift Industry
Environmentalists say the new Somerset County mine will be an exception and not the rule, and that the coal industry as a whole will continue to decline because of stiff completion from natural gas.
They say coal is dead, but among the rolling farms of Somerset County, it’s showing signs of life.
Pennsylvania Rep. Rick Saccone is taking the issue of so-called “ghost teachers,” but critics say it’s a union busting move.
As news spread of a terror attack in the United Kingdom, it really hit home for Point Park University.
The Pittsburgh Fire Bureau is now considering requiring all residential and office buildings to have full sprinkler systems.
Braddock residents are upset several Megan’s Law offenders have recently been housed in a halfway house in their neighborhood.
It’s a Pittsburgh tradition coming up on its 40th year, but now there are questions about just how hundreds of thousands of dollars in registration fees and donations to the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race have been spent.
Officials say the Midtown Towers fatal fire Downtown all could have been doused immediately if the building had a sprinkler system.
Police and lawmakers have taken steps to try to make drivers put down their gadgets and pay attention, but many people continue to be distracted while behind the wheel.
A US Congressman from Pennsylvania is promising action following a KDKA investigation into a new health crisis facing America’s military.
Some are calling it this generation’s “Agent Orange” — a new, major health crisis facing America’s military.
They served our country, and now, they’re on a new mission. A group of veterans are ready to run in the Pittsburgh Marathon this weekend.
A confrontation between a Pittsburgh City Councilwoman, who is also a mayoral candidate, and a bicyclist over the city’s controversial bike lanes was caught on video.
The proposed developer of a Churchill site is under investigation, suspected of improperly removing tons of asbestos from buildings.
Light of Life has been serving the homeless for six decades out of their North Side mission, but their plans to relocate are meeting resistance.