Jon Delano

Cyber Monday Sales Still On Top, But Losing Some LusterRetailers are rolling out online deals on so-called "Cyber Monday." But now that shoppers are online all the time anyway, the 10-year-old shopping holiday is losing some of its luster.
Local Small Businesses Urge Consumers To 'Shop Small' On SaturdayThis Saturday is Small Business Saturday, a day that last year attracted 88 million shoppers to locally owned retailers.
One State Budget Deal Fails, But Another Rises In Its AshesWhat a difference a few weeks make.
Meadows Expands With New Event Center For 2016Right now it's a hole in the ground with dirt movers, but the Meadows in Washington County is thinking big for 2016.
Vaping Explosions Can Be AvoidedIt's called "vaping" and an estimated 2.5 million Americans use electronic cigarettes as an alternative to smoking the real thing.
Local Dog Expert Says Dogs Communicate Their FeelingsGo to any dog park in the region -- and ask dog owners if their dogs communicate with them, the answer is universal.
Dems Divide Over House GOP Bill Restricting Syrian RefugeesThe White House labored Thursday to keep Democrats from joining an embarrassing rebuke of President Barack Obama regarding Syrian refugees.
VA Secretary Apologizes For Legionella In PittsburghIn the minds of many Pittsburgh residents, the VA Medical System in Pittsburgh will always be associated with the Legionella outbreak in 2011 and its cover-up.
Wolf Says Pennsylvania Will Accept Syrian RefugeesGov. Tom Wolf says his administration will continue working with the federal government to resettle Syrian refugees in Pennsylvania following the Paris terrorist attacks.
Marriage Of Elderly Gay Couple Stymied By Earlier AdoptionA couple from Allegheny County can't get a marriage license because they're legally father and son. That may sound odd, but there's a reason for that. And now a U.S. senator is helping them cut through the red tape.
Presidential Candidate John Kasich Leaning On Pittsburgh Roots In CampaignRepublican presidential candidate, Ohio Gov. John Kasich talked with Marty Griffin and Jon Delano about his Pittsburgh roots and public office style.
Carson's Connection To Local Man Raises Contradictions In Treatment Of FelonsRepublican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson has apparently had a long-term personal and business relationship with a man from Pittsburgh, Dr. Alfonso Costa, who was convicted of health care fraud in 2007.
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