Schools out – and for thousands of kids that means an end to healthy meals provided by local school systems.
Visitors to Allegheny County parks or the city’s Schenley Park will soon see men and women in a different kind of uniform — that of park ranger.
Some people are upset about plans to allow young children to swim in the deep end of some local pools.
Trash — Americans generate a lot of it — and in suburban areas it’s a basic municipal responsibility, getting rid of the household trash for their residents.
When the late County Councilwoman Barbara Daly Danko won the Democratic nomination for reelection to County Council, Allegheny County Democratic chairwoman Nancy Patton Mills had a problem.
Allegheny County Airport Authority officials have approved a policy that lets ride-sharing companies pick up passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport.
It’s called Healthy Ride, a public bike sharing system that hopes to have 50 bike stations around the city with 500 bikes available to rent.
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook — chances are good you’ve seen something posted that could be construed as a threat to harm someone.
Memories — soon that’s all that will be left of the Tin Angel, a Mt. Washington icon that has offered its great food — and views of the Point — since 1957.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A mission to Havana, Cuba, over the Memorial Day weekend will bring dividends to Pittsburgh-based companies, Mayor Bill Peduto predicts. “What they really need right now is construction, engineering, they need new […]
Fifteen Chinese nationals — almost all in their 20s — have been indicted by a Pittsburgh grand jury for using fake Chinese passports and hired test-takers to take SATs and other standardized exams in order to gain admission to American universities.
He exceeded the political world’s expectations by scoring a second-place finish in the race for the Republican presidential nomination four years ago. Yet as he readies a second White House run, Rick Santorum may struggle even to qualify for the debate stage in 2016.
A Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customer is suing claiming she and other customers have been overbilled by as much as 600 percent and threatened with shut-off notices due to faulty radio-controlled water meters.
Usually, public officials try to put the most positive spin on election results that they don’t like.
If you’ve ever won any money in the Pennsylvania Lottery, you already know that those winnings are not subject to Pennsylvania’s 3.07 percent income tax.