Hundreds of teachers and public school supporters rallied in Harrisburg Tuesday afternoon hoping to stall school closings and layoffs this fall.
Monday morning – David and Mary Neese planned to protest outside the Greene County Coroner’s Office on West High Street in Waynesburg out of pure frustration.
Cecil Township Supervisor Elizabeth Cowden had a very personal reason for making the four-hour trip from Washington County to Harrisburg Tuesday.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s political ad campaign against Councilman Bill Peduto brought dozens of protestors to his office today.
At the Beaver County Commissioner’s meeting there were tears from those with loved ones at Friendship Ridge nursing home.
A protest will be held downtown Wednesday afternoon to urge the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese to break their silence about an alleged predator priest who used to work in the city.
More people gathered Saturday to rally after the alleged rape of a teenage girl by members of the Steubenville High School football team.
Some Walmart employees across the country, including here in Pittsburgh, are planning to walk out on Black Friday.
Some say that a deal would make health care in the Pittsburgh area more competitive and lead to better patient care.
A protest was held outside the Allegheny County Jail Monday. A judge ruled a teenage girl who is accused of first-degree murder will be allowed out of jail so she can attend high school. But the ruling didn’t sit well with the victim’s family.
Nearly 100 students, parents and coaches gathered for a roadside rally in Monroeville Monday evening to protest budget cuts that could eliminate some sports.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets this morning in an effort to send a message to Gov. Tom Corbett about proposed cuts to public education funding.
A group of local faith, community and labor leaders are headed to Harrisburg to protest the governor’s budget cuts, which they say are killing the community.
A $750-a-plate, black-tie dinner honoring Gov. Tom Corbett and his wife was interrupted by protestors Saturday night. It was a benefit dinner for the Pittsburgh Opera.
Buses will be taking people from around the state to Washington, D.C. to protest President Barack Obama’s healthcare law.