Since moving into the old Nabisco cookie factory nearly three years ago, Google Pittsburgh has done nothing but expand.
The City of Pittsburgh is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country and old neighborhoods are being transformed. But, are some people being left behind?
They’re sites of revenge and spite – nationally there’s TheDirty.com – and closer to home there’s Butler Trash, where anonymous users post lewd pictures and scurrilous accusations, calling their victims drug and sex addicts and worse.
They call them revenge sites – the posting of sexually explicit pictures by spurned lovers and worse.
How hot is Pittsburgh real estate? It’s so hot that investors from as far away as Texas and California are buying up houses here by the dozen.
The Urban Pathways Charter School Board met this week to discuss a KDKA Investigation’s findings of runaway spending. But they were in no talking mood with us.
If you go to Espresso A Mano in Lawrenceville you’ll probably have to wait to plop down your laptop and get a cappuccino.
The FBI and Pittsburgh Public School District are now involved with an investigation into misuse of taxpayer funds by Pittsburgh’s Urban Pathways Charter School.
There was some action Friday evening in the wake of KDKA exposing out-of-control spending at a local charter school. Now, the State Auditor General has turned this same information over to the FBI for criminal investigation.
It’s the mission of the Urban Pathways Charter School downtown to provide alternative education for underprivileged students, and CEO Linda Clautti has complained for years that she thinks her school and other charter schools are getting shortchanged.
A man carrying a note that said he wanted to “kill TSA” pulled a semi-automatic rifle from a bag and shot his way past a security checkpoint at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday, killing one Transportation Security Administration officer and wounding two others, authorities said.
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.