Did you know Luke Ravenstahl was the first Mayor of Pittsburgh to have a computer on his desk?
The number of trains and tanker trucks hauling highly explosive by-products from drilling through local towns has increased exponentially.
A legislative hearing turned raucous Tuesday morning when local Government Committee Chairman Daryl Metcalfe of Cranberry tried to consider whether Attorney General Kathleen Kane should be impeached.
In municipalities all over, they’re taking another look at how their meetings begin.
Doctors have been long concerned about the health risks of tanning beds, and in just a matter of days, many of those concerns will be written in a new state law.
Bill Peduto has been mayor of the city now for four months, but he still hasn’t named a new chief for his embattled police bureau, which is in dire need of new leadership.
Pennsylvania parents with children afflicted with seizures are feeling increasingly desperate.
The US Department of Energy said Friday that it welcomes the decision by an oil and gas industry supplier to disclose all chemicals in hydraulic fracturing fluid.
Gay couples and others challenging Pennsylvania’s 1996 law banning same-sex marriage asked a federal judge Monday to bypass a trial in favor of a quicker ruling in the case.
Officials are investigating after a Range Resources impoundment started leaking.
The president and vice president of the United States visited Pittsburgh today, putting the city in the spotlight once again.
Community College of Allegheny County’s West Hills site will host both President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday afternoon.
The president and vice president are coming to Pittsburgh.
A lot of political analysts will say the Republican party loses the “PR war” when it comes to winning the hearts of the average worker.
A federal judge says he will strike down part of Ohio’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage, meaning the state must recognize marriages of gay couples who legally wed elsewhere.