A state-approved plan to cull deer in an affluent Pittsburgh suburb has begun despite opposition voiced by residents and some opponents from outside the municipality at a board of commissioners meeting.
Those for and against Mount Lebanon’s controversial deer culling plan were out once again Tuesday evening to have their voices heard at community meeting.
The picture above is making its way across the Internet – and it’s creating a lot of controversy along the way.
Parents in a Pennsylvania school district are turning 50 shades of red over word search puzzles given to their middle school students.
Former State Rep. Jesse White of Washington County is in hot water again.
In his first television comments since the local Fraternal Order of Police criticized his holding a protester’s sign, Pittsburgh Police Chief Cameron McLay took the blame for a misunderstanding.
Pittsburgh’s Police Chief is under fire for a controversial photo that is making its rounds on Facebook, and some are saying the Chief called his entire department racist.
Courthouse drama is usually confined to the courtroom, but now the entire Beaver County Courthouse is ablaze with rumors and allegations, and the state police have been called in to sort it all out.
A controversy is brewing in Butler County where residents want to honor fallen military members like other communities do.
A group of residents in Ross Township is saying no to a proposed housing development that would add dozens of new homes.
Appearing on KDKA Radio’s “Ask the Leaders,” Mayor Bill Peduto took flack over his push for more bike lanes in the city.
A campaign ad for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf has been pulled from television by Wolf’s campaign.
As more people are taking to their bicycles as a primary mode of transportation, the city of Pittsburgh is trying to become more bike-friendly.
President Barack Obama plans to nominate former Procter & Gamble executive Robert McDonald as the next Veterans Affairs secretary, as the White House seeks to shore up an agency beset by treatment delays and struggling to deal with an influx of new veterans returning from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Two congressmen are criticizing the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System for keeping nearly 700 veterans on a list for medical care, some for more than a year.