The City of Pittsburgh has been on plenty of “top lists” recently and it was just added to another.
The city known for steel, Super Bowl rings and repeatedly hailed as one of the best places to live has a more nefarious title: ugliest accent in America.
After six years at the top, the Denver Broncos have replaced the Dallas Cowboy’s as America’s favorite football team according to a new poll.
High school football is kicking off again this year!
In an early look at the 2016 White House race, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is leading all Republican challengers in the swing state of Pennsylvania.
A new poll shows Democratic nominee Tom Wolf leading Republican incumbent Tom Corbett by a formidable 20 points in Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial campaign.
We’re number two! That’s the opinion of a national company that conducted a poll of courteous drivers.
Gubernatorial candidate John Hanger, a Hershey Democrat, was in Pittsburgh Monday to join UPMC employees at a downtown demonstration, saying senior UPMC executives are fostering income inequality by short-changing workers.
Three independent polls just released all say the same thing: Gov. Tom Corbett is in trouble for reelection this year.
A new poll in the Pittsburgh Mayor’s race shows one candidate increasing his lead.
A poll out Friday shows that a majority of Catholics now support same-sex marriage. The Quinnipiac University poll found 54 percent now support gay marriage, 38 oppose it.
It’s a ritual that we will see multiple times during the next few months — a candidate like Bill Peduto unveiling support from neighborhood community leaders.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis is speaking out about the adversities gay football players would face if they came out.
There is no strong base of support for Governor Tom Corbett among any income or age group or any region of the state — that’s one of the conclusions of the latest Quinnipiac Poll.
When it comes to texting behind the wheel, we’ve heard the dangers again and again, but apparently the warnings are not sinking in. A new poll shows young drivers are not putting down their phones