As the groundbreaking ceremonies wind down and the memorabilia is packed up, Luke Ravenstahl points to three major accomplishments.
A former democratic US Congressman who represented the Pittsburgh area for more than two decades has died.
Dan McClain describes himself as a hard-working local man. The 35-year-old Democratic County Council District 1 candidate was out campaigning on his grandparents’ street Friday.
As President Barack Obama pushed his Affordable Care Act, he often said this: “If you like your doctor or health care plan, you can keep it.”
Since the death of big steel three decades ago, the towns of the Mon Valley have struggled just to keep their heads above water.
Consol Energy — formerly Consolidation Coal Company — is getting out of the domestic coal business, at least in West Virginia.
Lawmakers ended the government shutdown earlier this week with a last minute deal, but it could all happen again early next year if a long-term deal isn’t reached.
The first day the government reopened, a group of 36 World War II and Korean War veterans from the Pittsburgh area bused to Washington DC to see the World War II Memorial.
It’s not their decision to make — but city council wants a moratorium on school closings in Pittsburgh.
Former Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Michelle Madoff has died.
Users of the Electronic Benefits Transfer System locally and in other states have reported that their cards weren’t working Saturday.
Rich Fitzgerald wouldn’t get specific about his 2014 County budget before addressing council member Tuesday night, but it’s clear that holding the line on taxes is a top priority.
The Pentagon is ordering most of its approximately 400,000 furloughed civilian employees back to work.
Gov. Tom Corbett’s comments on a CBS Television station in Harrisburg ignited a firestorm.
On the first day uninsured Americans could sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, a crowd turned out at the Hill House to learn more.