Usually, public officials try to put the most positive spin on election results that they don’t like.
Supporters of a Democratic Allegheny County councilwoman who died earlier this month are still touting her in next week’s primary as a tribute to her – and a rebuke to County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, who has been supporting her opponent.
The riots in Baltimore have put police on alert in nearly every American city.
Park and Rides might cost you starting this summer.
How will the new mega-company, formed by the merger of Heinz and Kraft Foods, affect our region?
Ray Ventrone, business manager of Boilermakers Local 154, citing the Monroeville Mall shooting, and what he called, “a crisis of black on black crime,” announced a program where guns would be surrendered in return for training in the union’s welding program.
A Senate Judiciary hearing was held Wednesday morning in Pittsburgh on law enforcement practices.
Last month, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald announced for re-election in 2015.
The KDKA Afternoon News sings the 12 Days of Christmas.
Surrounded by supporters, former Allegheny County Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty announced a comeback try for his old office.
The governor of Missouri has declared a state of emergency ahead of a grand jury’s decision on whether Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson will be charged in the shooting of Michael Brown.
He was accused of using a county-issued Jeep Cherokee to attend political events without compensating the taxpayers for the mileage driven.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rich Fitzgerald claims Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner rarely shows up at her office. But we found her there Friday. KDKA’s Paul Martino: “How often are you here?” Wagner: “My average work […]
They’re political enemies, but Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wager says she’s just doing her job holding a news conference chastising County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s use of his county car.
The green Health Department decals on local eateries could soon be replaced with letter grades.