Jon Delano

Oregon Tragedy Spurs Rep. Murphy To Re-Double Efforts To Pass Mental Health BillFor U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy, an Upper St. Clair Republican, the issue of gun violence and mental health has become very personal.
PNC Tower Opens As City's Newest And 'Greenest' SkyscraperPittsburgh's newest skyscraper opened on Thursday.
New Chip Credit Card Technology Behind Schedule In Getting Implemented In U.S.Instead of swiping credit cards, Americans will soon dip or feed their card.
Republican Presidential Candidate Discusses Oil, Gas Exports During Visit To PittsburghRepublican presidential candidate Jeb Bush says ending the ban on U.S. oil exports and easing restrictions on natural gas exports will unleash the nation's economy.
"Samsung Pay" Makes Its Debut
North Allegheny’s Ban Of Rebel Flag Stirs Free Speech DebateWhen Zachary Klaus showed up to school, his favorite jacket with lots of emblems caused a stir with North Allegheny High School officials.
Pope's Visit Sparks Surge In Papal SouvenirsCheering crowds are greeting Pope Francis in Washington and soon in New York and Philadelphia.
School Districts May Shut School Doors If Budget Impasse Drags OnAt the end of every month, school districts in Pennsylvania count on a big check from Harrisburg to help fund public schools, and for many districts, the funding is critical.
PennDOT & Wireless Carriers Slow To Restore Cell Service In TunnelsIt’s pretty hard not to notice. If you enter one of Pittsburgh’s tunnels right in the middle of a cell phone conversation, you’ve driven into a dead zone and lose signal.
Budget Impasse Continues To Take Toll On ManyEntering its twelfth week, the failure of Governor Wolf and the Republican-controlled state legislature to reach a budget agreement is beginning to take a toll -- especially with social service agencies.
Local GOP Legislator Says Wolf Jumped The Gun On CompromiseLate Wednesday afternoon, Governor Wolf lashed out at Republican legislators for summarily rejecting his proposed budget compromises.
U.S. Consumer Prices Fell 0.1 Percent In AugustU.S. consumer prices edged down in August, marking the first decline in seven months and fueled by a big drop in gasoline prices.