Pennsylvania’s polls are now closed and the ballot counting is under way.
Should city employees like police and firefighters be required to live in the city — or should the city be free to hire the most qualified employees no matter where they live?
Today is Election Day and there are some key races to be aware of in our area.
Time is running out to register to vote this November.
There is little chance you will see one of the candidates for mayor of Pittsburgh on the campaign trail.
State Treasurer Rob McCord announced his candidacy for governor of Pennsylvania on Tuesday.
If you’ve seen a campaign-like RV driving down the highway in your town, it’s the latest entry in Pennsylvania’s race for governor. KDKA’s Jon Delano reports.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski will seek to become the next governor of Pennsylvania, joining what could be a crowded race for the 2014 Democratic nomination.
Should city employees be residents of Pittsburgh, or should the city be free to hire the most qualified public employees no matter where they live?
Councilman Matt Drozd announced that he is switching party affiliations and is urging his constituents to not vote for his opponent in the Primary, school board member Tom Baker, who Drozd claims used false statements to trick voters.
Most voters didn’t bother to cast their ballots today, but the candidates for mayor did after a grueling negative campaign that seemed to wear everyone down.
Today is Primary Election Day in Pennsylvania and there’s a big race up for decision in Pittsburgh.
On the last day before polls open, Pittsburgh mayoral candidate Jack Wagner enjoyed a dance and some laughs with seniors at a Mt. Washington senior center.
The May Primary is just four days away and you can be sure candidates will be working hard for votes in this final weekend before voters head to the polls.
It’s that time of year when lawn signs sprout up everywhere. But incumbent Scott Township Commissioner Bill Wells says the sign of one of his opponents was really unexpected.