KDKA Investigates: Delays Plague City's Major Development ProjectsThree major development sites in the Pittsburgh area have been plagued by slow development.
U.S. Steel Set To Cut A Quarter Of Non-Union WorkforceU.S. Steel plans on laying off 25 percent of its non-union workforce.
Environmental Group Files Notice To Sue Coke ProducerA Pennsylvania environmental agency says it plans to sue North America's largest coke producer over clean air violations.
Steelworkers Continue To Picket Without Pay During HolidaysHundreds of steelworkers are going through the holiday season without a paycheck.
U.S. Steel & United Steelworkers Reach Tentative DealA tentative agreement has been reached between U.S. Steel and the United Steelworkers.
U.S. Steel Headquarters No Longer Coming To Former Civic Arena SiteU.S. Steel no longer plans to build their new world headquarters on the site of the old Civic Arena.
Maintenance Contractor Killed At Braddock Steel Plant A worker has reportedly died in an unspecified accident at a United States Steel Corp. plant near Pittsburgh.
5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About PittsburghHere are five historical facts you may not know about Pittsburgh that range from interesting to downright bizarre.
Steelworkers United In Contract BattlesLocked out at ATI and working without a contract at U.S. Steel, members of the United Steelworkers took center stage at this year's Labor Day parade, enlisting the help of Vice President Joe Biden.
U.S. Steel Lays Off 165 In Mon ValleyU.S. Steel employs nearly four-thousand workers in the Mon Valley.
Local Tubular Steel Plant To Close, Another Halting ProductionOne local tubular steel plant is shutting down, and another is halting production.
FBI Releases New Details In Cyber Espionage CaseInvestigators release new details today in a cyber-espionage operation that allegedly targeted several United States companies, nearly all of them based in the Pittsburgh area.