Buses will be taking people from around the state to Washington, D.C. to protest President Barack Obama’s healthcare law.
The Occupy Pittsburgh movement may be coming to a close. According to our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, some people in the encampment appeared to be leaving their Mellon Green encampment Sunday morning.
Protestors took to the streets of Pittsburgh today to speak out against the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s proposed service cuts and layoffs.
A Texas mom is upset after she was allegedly harassed and kicked out of a Target store for nursing her baby. Word spread, which sparked a national protest, including one in our area.
Paul Rasmussen was joined on the NewsRadio1020 KDKA Afternoon News by Dwight Ferguson, real estate attorney for Lynch Weis.
Protestors with Occupy Pittsburgh held marched over the Greenfield Bridge in response to a call for a national day of action. The group held a rally at Magee Park in Pittsburgh’s Greenfield neighborhood before taking their message to the streets – close to the start of the evening rush hour.
The Occupy Wall Street movement arrived in Pittsburgh Saturday as a crowd estimated around 2,000 people marched, rallied and protested against corporate greed and social inequality. It was a peaceful crowd of union members, college students and parents with kids.
Trinity Area High School football players claim their safety has been jeopardized because too many funding cuts have been made.
On Tuesday’s show, Mike spoke with David Meieran about a recent meeting where supporters and protestors of Marcellus Shale drilling clashed.
The Pride Awareness March headed through the streets of downtown Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon. The parade was one of the largest events of PrideFest 2011.
A protest took place this afternoon in downtown Pittsburgh over the reinstatement of three city police officers who were accused in the beating of a CAPA High School student last year.
Pittsburghers boarded buses headed for Harrisburg to protest Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget cuts Tuesday morning.
As the NRA Convention continues in downtown Pittsburgh, gun control advocates and protesters who want more restrictions on gun sales led an anti-violence march on Saturday.
A handful of supporters showed up at Heinz Field to take part in the “NFL Fans National Day of Protest,” Sunday afternoon.
Protestors are turning up the heat as the next deadline approaches for major Port Authority service cuts and layoffs. Hundreds of people took to the streets in Squirrel Hill on Saturday calling on the transit system to stop the cuts.