Usually, public officials try to put the most positive spin on election results that they don’t like.
If you’ve ever won any money in the Pennsylvania Lottery, you already know that those winnings are not subject to Pennsylvania’s 3.07 percent income tax.
Gov. Tom Wolf was back in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, this time to meet with Pittsburgh School District educators at Roosevelt Elementary School in Carrick.
One out of three Americans lives in a rental unit.
This video shot from News Chopper 2 shows an unidentified drone sweeping across the sky after coming within 10 feet of the chopper — twice — at an altitude at least double the allowable drone maximum of 400 hundred feet.
Move over Amazon Prime. Walmart.com may be coming after you.
The new credit card with a chip is a response to all those credit card breaches at stores like Target, Kmart, Staples, and Home Depot.
“Forty-eight percent of Pittsburgh’s bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete,” former Gov. Ed Rendell declared in Pittsburgh on Wednesday afternoon.
Strong words between County Controller Chelsa Wagner and former Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty got heated from the get-go.
Bethel Park school director Jim Means has filed an ethics complaint with the Judicial Conduct Board against Magistrate District Judge Ronald Arnoni — who is up for reelection — bringing a sharp denial from Arnoni.
There’s something about dinosaurs that excite young and old alike, including Dippy the Dinosaur that stands outside the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
The late County Councilwoman Barbara Daly Danko of Regent Square was a fighter for her causes, like opposing posting the motto ‘In God We Trust’ in council chambers because it was offensive to some.
Whole Foods is a popular high-end grocery store that prides itself on healthy, organic food.
Consumers could be losing money because they are not using the Public Utility Commission’s Pennsylvania Power Switch website to search for cheaper suppliers of electricity.
Plum Borough officials have confirmed that two senior municipal officials have been put on paid administrative leave.