Charles Zogby, Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget secretary, acknowledged on Wednesday a shortfall in revenues and unexpected expenses in the current budget, shortfalls that the Corbett administration says require additional adjustment
Plans to honor a slain police officer who was also a Civil War veteran went awry when signs renaming a southwestern Pennsylvania bridge got his name wrong.
After a busy holiday weekend in shopping malls, millions of Americans are expected to log on and keep shopping on the day dubbed Cyber Monday.
We’ve all experienced it — rudeness and rage in the parking lot as customers search to find a place to park.
When it comes to the most vulnerable senators in the United States Senate, Pennsylvania Republican Pat Toomey is on every list.
It’s Thanksgiving and our thoughts turn to pilgrims, turkeys and Pittsburgh. Why Pittsburgh?
With many local shopping malls opening up at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving night, some shoppers have strong reactions.
With not that many weeks before Christmas, shoppers in stores and on-line are spending lots of dollars to make their holiday a sweet one.
A Pittsburgh judge who spent more than a decade playing cornerback for the Steelers said Monday he will be a candidate for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court next year.
CMU is trying to land a robot on the moon to win Google Lunar’s XPrize, worth more than $20 million.
For a prosecution that began with such a bang, as Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced the indictments — “The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has been corrupted by improper political influence from its very own officials” — it ends with plea deals and not a single official sentenced to jail time.
In April 2010, a fatal explosion at Massey Energy’s Upper Big Branch coal mine in West Virginia took the lives of 29 workers.
Like most Americans, Clark Harr of Latrobe has been paying into social security for his adult life, so when he went to his local social security office in Greensburg to file for benefits, it came as a shock.
Gov.-elect Tom Wolf is restricting members of his transition team from accepting gifts of any kind, a ban that he soon plans to extend throughout the executive branch of state government.
Across Pennsylvania, local governments looking to dispose of police cruisers, snowplows, copy machines and other assets are finding better luck online than through traditional live auctions.