Local Impact Of Brexit May Also Mean Good Travel DealsThe British vote to leave the European Union may have set Wall Street into a tumble, but some local economists are not worried in the long-term.
PennDOT Experiments With New Way To Test Drivers For A Driver's LicensePennDOT is experimenting with a pilot program so that individuals can take the driving test with a driving school instructor, without having to take any course instruction at all.
House Democrats Stage Protest In Dispute Over GunsAn unusual sit-in of House Democrats has shut down the U.S. House of Representatives.
Awesome Pittsburgh Awards Grants To Local People With Awesome IdeasIt’s not a big-name foundation, but a group called Awesome Pittsburgh is handing out small grants every month to local people with awesome ideas.
Strip District's Altar Bar To Return To Its Original Roots As A ChurchAltar Bar in the Strip District is about to return to its original roots as a church.
PennDOT Says Cell Service To Be Restored In Area Tunnels By Mid-SeptemberHow many times have you gone through one of our tunnels in Pittsburgh on your cell phone and as you go through the tunnel you have to tell the party at the other end, 'I'm gonna lose you. I'm in a tunnel.'
Pens Fans Open Up Their Wallets At Parade CelebrationCity officials could not have picked a better day to attract a crowd of Pens fans -- and an enthusiastic crowd.
Hillary Clinton Makes Campaign Stop In Pittsburgh, Takes On Donald TrumpFresh off being named the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Pittsburgh Tuesday.
Pa. Senators Take Different Approaches To Tackle Domestic TerrorismSen. Bob Casey (D., Pa.) is introducing legislation that would ban people convicted of committing hate crimes from owning guns.
Donald Trump Campaigns In Moon Twp., Calls Out Ben RoethlisbergerDonald Trump campaigned in Moon Township Saturday.
Championship Hockey Means Crowds And Dollars For Local BusinessesHours before game time, people gathered in front of the big screen, a sign this Stanley Cup Final game is bringing more people, and money, than ever to the Fifth Avenue business corridor.
Gov. Wolf Signs Liquor Modernization BillSurrounded by Republican and Democratic legislative leaders, Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law a bi-partisan liquor reform bill designed to make the current state-controlled system a little more consumer-friendly.

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