As Pennsylvania enters its fourth week without a state budget, it’s only a matter of days before the hurt from the impasse will start to be felt locally.
Fiat Chrysler moved quickly to recall 1.4 million vehicles equipped with certain Internet and radio software that can be hacked by outsiders.
They seem to be everywhere on the highway — large trucks — even double-tractor-trailer trucks.
When Bottom Dollar closed its doors, many worried at the loss of the low-priced discount grocery store.
President Barack Obama arrived in Pittsburgh Tuesday to speak at the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ national convention, and honored slain service members killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
From all over the nation, some 12,000 combat veterans — members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars or VFW — are heading to Pittsburgh for a special five-day national convention, starting Saturday.
In her first sit-down television interview this year, Attorney General Kathleen Kane took some direct questions from KDKA political editor Jon Delano.
Tell folks on the street that PennDOT is selling personal information on drivers, this reaction is common.
Pennsylvania is set to phase out the rectangular registration stickers on license plates by the end of 2016, so long as the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) does not convince lawmakers to reverse legislation.
The Pittsburgh Promise has come a long way since first announced, but scholarship cuts threaten its legacy.
Governor Tom Wolf pressed the flesh with North Hills school officials as he worked to distinguish his state budget proposal from the Republican budget he vetoed.
No negotiations between the Wolf administration and leaders of the Legislature’s Republican majority are scheduled as Pennsylvania’s budget stalemate approaches its third week.
The latest casualty of bird flu? Frozen custard.
When it rains and water ponds, mosquitos breed faster than ever.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf isn’t backing off his demand for a new state budget after vetoing a $30.2 billion document passed solely by Republican state lawmakers.