Paralyzed Cyclist Takes On New Challenge: The Pittsburgh MarathonAfter a year of therapy, paralyzed cyclist Danny Chew is taking on a brand new challenge: the Pittsburgh marathon.
Pittsburgh-Area Businesses Pressing Congress To Lift Cap On Guest WorkersPittsburgh-area companies can't find enough workers, and they want the government to lift the cap on guest workers from Mexico and other countries.
Grieving Parents Create Chris's Room, A Safe Harbor For Recovering AddictsChris's Room is part of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Care Center, where recovering addicts can get counseling or just some peace of mind.
'Care Navigators' Hit The Front Lines In Opioid Addiction BattleAs opioid deaths continue to climb, one drug outreach program in Washington County is seeking out addicts before they overdose.
Oversupply Of Luxury Apartments Becomes Renter's MarketHigh-end, luxury apartments in Pittsburgh, which typically command top dollar prices, are now going for a fraction of the cost.
Father Fights In Court To Stop His Son, Who Has Suffered 3 Concussions, From Playing FootballFear that his son will suffer permanent brain damage and diminished mental capacity, a father is going to extraordinary lengths to the keep his son from playing football.
Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Already Running OutLess than two weeks after Pennsylvania first started selling medical marijuana, there's already a shortage of pot.
W.Va. Teachers Resolved To Hold Out Longer After 7-Day StrikeHorns honked in support of a group of striking teachers in Morgantown as the statewide work stoppage stretched into its seventh day.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Calls For More Deacons As Reorganization ApproachesPittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik is requesting his priests to nominate men in their parishes for a deacon-in-training program.
Pittsburgh Teachers Union Serves District With Strike NoticeTeachers in the Pittsburgh Public Schools District are planning to go on strike on Friday.
Pittsburgh Teacher's Union Makes 'Contingency Plans' For StrikeClasses will resume Thursday at Greenfield Elementary School and continue at least through Friday, but, after that, there's no guarantees.
KDKA Investigates: Little City Council Race Draws Big CashIt's a special election for a City Council seat, but its attracting a lot of attention, and a lot of money, and some are wondering why.