Jon Delano

Gov. Wolf's Tough Budget Talk To Legislators Gets Mixed ReactionPennsylvania government will set a modern state record for budget gridlock on Tuesday when Gov. Tom Wolf sends lawmakers a spending proposal for the coming fiscal year with no full plan in place for the current fiscal year that began back in July.
Tuition-Free Schools Still An Option In USALast week, 22,000 high school students and parents checked out the Pittsburgh National College Fair at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, and the cost of tuition was on everyone's mind.
Pa. House Expected To Begin Impeachment Investigation Against AG KaneThe state House of Representatives is likely to investigate whether Attorney General Kathleen Kane is liable for impeachment.
Rick Santorum Ends Bid For The White House, Backs RubioFormer Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum says he is ending his bid for the White House and will support Republican candidate Marco Rubio.
Christmas Return Merchandise Offers Special Deal For ConsumersThe holidays have long been over, but it's the most wonderful time of the year for Mike Ringelsten, the owner of Shorewood Liquidators outside Chicago.
Customers Complain It's Hard To "Opt Out" Of Post-Gazette MagazineChances are good that this “PGH Insiders Guide” magazine was slipped into your Sunday Post-Gazette, and it will cost you extra.
Post-Gazette Home Delivery Customers To Be Charged For Magazine Insert Unless They Opt OutMore than 120,000 local residents get the Sunday Pittsburgh Post-Gazette delivered to their home, and it's a thick bundle.
Northwest Savings Bank To Close Some Branch BanksNorthwest Bankshares has announced it will be closing more than 20 branches in its four-state service area.
Severely Emaciated Dog Fighting For Her LifeThe Western Pennsylvania Humane Society is reaching out to remind people of the importance of reporting animal cruelty.
Snow Forces Cancellation Of SATs, Just As They Begin To ChangeThis winter snowstorm is taking its toll on students and their families as schools cancel the exams for weather.
Local Federal Judge Dismisses Baldwin Woman’s Defamation Lawsuit Against Bill CosbyA defamation lawsuit filed by Renita Hill of Pittsburgh was tossed out by western Pennsylvania U.S. District Judge Arthur Schwab, saying even when examined in the most favorable light to Hill, there was no case to take to a jury.
Stocks Tumble Again, So Local Analysts See OpportunityThere’s a downside to those low gasoline prices at the pump.

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