Billed the Pennsylvania Road Show, House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster, of Hollidaysburg, led members of Congress and transportation secretaries from around the country through Pittsburgh on Tuesday morning.
The government is watching our every move – that’s what NSA leaker Edward Snowden now claims.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Acting Administrator David Friedman are holding a press conference.
The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
In municipalities all over, they’re taking another look at how their meetings begin.
A battle is brewing in Butler County over the “In God We Trust” motto.
It’s the largest criminal penalty ever assessed against an auto manufacturer — $1.2 billion — announced Wednesday morning by Attorney General Eric Holder.
He was a colonel with sway over the entire 171st Air Wing. Federal prosecutors say Col. Gerard Mangis used it to enrich himself, allegedly conspiring with a co-defendant to defraud the Air Force of more than $200,000.
If you met Casey Galbreath you would assume she’s handicapped. But under the circumstances we had to ask.
Only about two-weeks into the job, but it seems like Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is everywhere.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is striking down provisions that stripped the power that municipalities had over where natural gas drilling activity could occur.
Absent a last minute Congressional deal, a government shutdown will begin at midnight tonight — and Pennsylvanians will be affected.
Syrian American author Daleo Khalil joined KDKA’s Chris Moore to discuss why America should not go to war with Syria.
Since 1985, Pennsylvania has closed adoption records to adoptees, but a a new bill introduced by State Representative Kerry A. Benninghoff would allow adoptees to obtain a copy of their original birth certificates.
Military veterans are upset after the annual Camp Lejeune fireworks show for military members and their families was cut. Even after a local company volunteered to do it for free.