Theatre Historical Society Buys Hollywood Theater In DormontA movie theater in Dormont whose owners were prepared to sell it to those who would shut its doors has a new lease on life.
Republican Laura Ellsworth Gives GOP Voters Someone Different To SupportPittsburgh business attorney Laura Ellsworth, running for governor, wants you to know several things about her.
Winter Weather Outcry Takes Toll On RestaurantsOn a weekend night in Pittsburgh, the restaurants and bars are usually busy, but with public officials sounding an alarm over Friday's winter storm, it's taking a toll.
Kohl's Looks To Have A Store Within A StoreKohl's is going to try something different in an effort to increase the number of customers who come into their stores.
Report: Sam's Club Closing Dozens Of Stores NationwideJust hours after announcing they were boosting starting salaries for workers and giving a $1,000 cash bonus, Walmart is reportedly closing dozens of Sam’s Club stores.
Special March Congressional Election Heats UpIn a little over two months, Pennsylvanians in the 18th Congressional district will choose the replacement for former U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy. So who are the candidates?
As Communities Opt Out, Process Begins To Award New Pa. Casino LicensesTrying to plug a nearly $2 billion budget hole without raising taxes led the state legislature and the governor to expand gaming in Pennsylvania.
Could Oprah Winfrey Or Other Celebrities Be The Ticket For Democrats To Defeat Trump In 2020?Could Oprah Winfrey's appearance at the Golden Globe Awards be her first campaign appearance for president?
Expect Delays In Getting That Battery Replacement For Your Apple iPhoneNearly two weeks after Apple announced it would replace batteries for just $29 in its iPhone 6 and subsequent models, customers are finding it takes time to get those batteries.
Rising Cable, Satellite Rates Give Consumers Chance To Seek Out AlternativesCable and satellite TV providers are ringing in the new year with an unwelcomed gift: higher cable bills.
Attorney General's Action Raises Questions About State's Medical Marijuana ProgramRevoking an Obama administration memo from 2013 that advised local federal prosecutors not to prosecute marijuana use allowed by state law, the Trump administration through Attorney General Jeff Sessions is throwing a chill over the state's new medical cannabis program.
Mayor Bill Peduto Sworn In For 2nd Term With Grand Plans For FuturePittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto will be sworn in for a second term Wednesday afternoon.

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