While marijuana is still against federal law, states are moving in the opposite direction.
Gov. Tom Corbett on Wednesday afternoon outlined his plans to open up liquor and beer sales in Pennsylvania. He estimates the plan will generate $1 billion in revenue and get the state out of the alcohol business.
The owners of a controversial strip club on Pittsburgh’s West End are seeking a liquor license from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, but some say that license should be denied.
The city’s South Side with its slopes and flats was once synonymous with heavy industry and “studda bubbas” scrubbing their front stoops.
A West Allegheny Senior High School assistant wrestling coach has been charged with six felony counts of institutional sexual assault of a minor.
Add Pennsylvania to the list of states where residents could be allowed to possess and smoke marijuana legally.
State police are investigating a traffic accident that killed a Butler woman Saturday night.
A man died after falling off of a third-story balcony on the South Side early Sunday morning.
Kennywood is now one of dozens of amusements parks around the country that sell beer. It went on sale for the first time last weekend under tight security.
Two bars on Pittsburgh’s South Side have been burglarized in recent weeks. In each case, money and alcohol were taken.
State Sen. Jim Ferlo is backing off his criticism of Kennywood’s plan to sell beer.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
Operation Dry Water begins Friday and will last through the weekend. They’ll be extra sets of eyes looking for boaters whose abilities might be alcohol impaired.
Most people know you can get into serious trouble for drinking and driving. You can also get into trouble for taking that pain pill or allergy medicine and driving. It’s called DUI-D — or driving under the influence of drugs — even legally-obtained prescription drugs or over-the-counter medicines.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks to the Director of Lawyer Referral for the Allegheny County Bar Association, Whitney Hughes.