The success of the Pittsburgh marathon has spawned new events.
As much of its shuttered business district attests, Braddock has struggled to stay afloat through three decades of hard times. But that recovery could be derailed if a court upholds a massive appeals board reduction of US Steel’s Edgar Thompson Works.
Since the death of big steel three decades ago, the towns of the Mon Valley have struggled just to keep their heads above water.
Fighting on the South Side is a familiar scene – and is the focus of numerous complaints by people who live, and work, in the area.
Children found without food, in soiled clothes, abandoned by drug-addicted or alcoholic parents.
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police hit bottom this week. Two ranking members of the bureau were subpoenaed before a grand jury, and today, the former chief pleaded guilty to charges of corruption — unfairly tarring all those who serve.
You’ve seen what happened in New York when a rogue motorcycle gang tried to stop traffic on a major highway.
From the air it might look like an inviting lake, but Little Blue Run is filled with fly ash and calcium sulfate trapped at FirstEnergy’s Bruce Manfield Plant seven miles away.
Two high-ranking officials were called to testify as part of an ongoing Grand Jury investigation Wednesday morning.
A high school football player who fought the WPIAL over eligibility has dropped his case.
It’s not their decision to make — but city council wants a moratorium on school closings in Pittsburgh.
The school’s founder, Nick Trombetta, is under indictment.
A 22-year-old mother hid her face as she entered district court, charged with felony child endangerment.
They call themselves Internet sweepstakes cafés. You buy a phone card, which buys you time on a computer, and you can play video poker or Keno for cash or prizes. But after KDKA’s reports, the legislature declared them gambling parlors and passed legislation banning them.
We exposed them for what they are — unlicensed and unregulated gambling parlors — mini casinos.