Locked Out Steelworkers Resolved To Get Jobs BackA packed union hall and show of solidarity gave fuel to idled steelworkers who continue to weather the storm of a six-month long lockout by Allegheny Technologies Incorporated.
Feds 'Working On Arrests' In Recent String Of Heroin OverdosesWestern Pennsylvania's federal prosecutor says investigators are working on arrests linked to roughly 30 non-fatal heroin overdoses in recent days.
Fatal Overdoses At All-Time High In RegionThe most lethal killer on the streets is not the gun-toting criminal; it's the heroin he sells. Here in Allegheny County, throughout the region and the country, fatal overdoses have reached all-time highs.
Neighbors To Proposed South Hills Hospital Ready For FightThere's plenty of opposition to a new UPMC hospital in the South Hills; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Tiny House For Sale In Garfield, But Others Will Face HurdlesIt's a tidy little rectangle of a place on what was a vacant lot on North Atlantic Avenue in the city’s Garfield section. It’s the first of what might be movement.
KDKA Investigates: Tax Season Con Artists Ramping Up ScamsIt's tax season and you may be getting a call from someone saying they're from the IRS. If you do, don't believe them, it's a scam.
KDKA Exclusive: Chief McLay Warns Of Mass Retirements, Police ShortagePittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay says he gets it. His police are dispirited, upset with a residency requirement, and being underpaid compared to many suburban departments.
Clairton Residents Protest Skyrocketing Sewer BillsOn a frigid winter's day, people marched and huddled in Clairton, concerned about being forced out of their homes, their water shut off.
Luxury Apartment Boom Worries Longtime ResidentsSome fear a generation of Pittsburghers are being priced out of the neighborhoods they once called home.
Luxury Apartment Boom Brings Professional Class To PittsburghLuxury class apartments are springing up everywhere you look in Pittsburgh, being built for the young, single and upwardly mobile flocking into the city.
City Offers Grace Period For Police Officers Living Outside City LimitsAmnesty is sometimes offered to people who live outside the law, but now the City of Pittsburgh is offering it to police officers who live outside the city, violating the residency requirement.
Summer Could Bring Billy Joel, Beyoncé To North Shore For Stadium ConcertsThe wind whips around the outfield and snow covers the seats now, but summer will bring back the Pirates and another attraction to PNC Park.