Move over iPhone and Android. There’s a new smartphone out there.
If you have a problem with home contractors, you’re not alone.
Youth baseball is about to give the local economy a home run when Washington, Pa., hosts the PONY League Championships next month, bringing more than $1 million into the county.
There’s another big country music concert coming to Pittsburgh this weekend, but Mayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
David Holmberg has been Highmark’s CEO for just eight weeks. And the region’s largest insurance company — that now provides health services through its Allegheny Health Network — has been embroiled with UPMC.
A jury has awarded $105,000 in civil damages to a Pittsburgh man who claimed police used excessive force against him during a 2010 traffic stop.
The Lucas children in Peters Township love their six chickens kept in a spiffy dad-made chicken coop in their backyard.
Politicians love to hand out checks, but this one was different.
Every day millions of letters are delivered to our homes.
Gov. Tom Corbett is using the resources of his office and his campaign to press for legislation to curb future public pension costs by paring back benefits.
After Governor Corbett line-item vetoed part of the Republican-controlled General Assembly’s legislative budget, Senate leaders accused the governor of not working effectively with Republican majorities in the legislature.
With plenty of riders, drivers and elected officials present, and even a baby sporting that pink moustache, local officials asked the Public Utility Commission to grant an emergency temporary license to allow Uber and Lyft to operate pending final approval of their permanent license.
The University of Pittsburgh’s Posvar Hall will become the first Pitt building to have a roof that “eats” airborne pollution.
The drive-through at the Green Tree Starbucks always seems to have a line — even in the middle of the afternoon — which suggests a growing trend in the coffee business.
While Governor Corbett evaluates whether to sign the budget his fellow Republicans in the legislature have sent to him, his Democratic challenger Tom Wolf, campaigning in Pittsburgh, told KDKA political editor Jon Delano he disliked this budget but stopped short of saying he would veto it.