Long-Stalled Redevelopment Of North Side's Garden Theater Frustrating For CommunityAfter 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.
Ex-Penn St. President Guilty Of 1 Count Of Child EndangermentFormer Penn State president Graham Spanier has been found guilty of one count of child endangerment over his handling of a child sex abuse complaint against retired assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
State Police Ramping Up Recruitment Of Women, MinoritiesTrooper Robin Mungo has been with the Pennsylvania State Police for 22 years, working everything from highway patrol to community relations.
Former Pa. Rep. Seeking Help For ‘Pathological Gambling Addiction’ After Law License SuspensionFormer state representative Jesse White is once again in trouble with the law.
Braddock Council Votes To Approve Medical Marijuana FacilityBraddock Borough Council has voted to approve a plan to build a medical marijuana facility in their town.
Medical Marijuana Seen By Some As Successor To Steel In Western Pa.When the steel jobs left the Mon Valley, towns like Braddock fell into decline.
PETA Still Not Satisfied After Investigators Find No Violations At Pitt LabPETA'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.
PETA Files Complaint Against Pitt Research Lab, Set To Release Undercover VideoThe 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.
City Working To Reduce Lead Levels In Drinking WaterMayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to reduce high lead levels in Pittsburgh’s drinking water.
Pa. Auditor General: Legalizing Marijuana Would Create Jobs, Generate Tax RevenueNext year, medical marijuana will be available for purchase across Pennsylvania. So, is legalizing recreational pot soon to follow?
Feds, Bishop Spell Out Abuse Plan In Troubled DioceseWestern Pennsylvania's top federal prosecutor and a Catholic bishop who heads a diocese where investigators say two former bishops helped cover up child-sex abuse by dozens of priests are announcing a plan to prevent future abuse.
KDKA Investigates: Thousands In City Drinking Lead-Contaminated Water And Don't Know ItLead in the water can cause brain damage and a host of other medical problems.