Western Pennsylvanians are used to school strikes, but usually with teachers at the beginning of the school year.
Teachers and the community come out swinging at the East Allegheny School Board meeting Tuesday night.
Tuesday was supposed to be the first day of school in the East Allegheny School District.
Utility workers in the Pittsburgh area have approved a new contract.
As the strike enters its fourth week, more than a dozen hydrants have been opened, and police warn that a loss of water pressure could put people in danger.
Loosen the bolt on top of a hydrant and within seconds, hundreds of gallons of water will come rushing out.
A significant water outage has been reported in the South Hills.
They are normally on the front lines fighting the winter storms, but Public Works crews are threatening to hit the picket lines instead.
Another round of snow is making its way through the area and the Allegheny County salt trucks are clearing the roads, for now.
After school was delayed during a teacher’s strike, Shaler students are going back to school today.
A tentative settlement has been reached for by teachers and administrators in the Shaler Area School District.
KDKA-AM’s Larry richert talks to fellow middle child Bruce Hopman, who is on a one man crusade to raise awarenss of the plight of middle children and their lack of attention.
Heritage Valley Health System in Beaver may face a strike if contract agreements are not made within two weeks.
The vote was overwhelming; 95 percent of faculty at Pennsylvania-owned universities have authorized a strike. But they’re not walking out just yet.
Hostess announced Friday it had no choice but to go out of business because of a strike by the bakers’ union. So the company suspended production at its 33 factories and has already filed for bankruptcy protection.