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.
Several members of Pittsburgh City Council spoke out in support of workers and former employees at UPMC today.
A tentative settlement has been reached for by teachers and administrators in the Shaler Area School District.
Several local politicians were joined by hundreds of demonstrators Saturday to Rally against healthcare provider UPMC.
So far it’s been mostly Governor Corbett and his allies arguing for privatization of the liquor system. But another side is about to be heard.
Jeannette City leaders say layoffs will likely be unavoidable as the city struggles to fix its financial problems.
Pennsylvania higher education officials and the union representing state university faculty are reporting progress at the bargaining table.
Good news for twinkie lovers, as Hostess and their bakery union agree to mediation.
NEW YORK (AP) So long, replacement refs. The NFL’s regular crews will be back on the field starting Thursday night.
PITTSBURGH (CBS) — According to several reports, the NFL and the NFL Referees Association (NFLRA) are close to a new deal that would allow the league’s regular officials to return to work, possibly as early as this weekend.
The deepest cuts in Port Authority history are slated to go into effect in two weeks, but there is growing hope they can be avoided. Port Authority unions voted to ratify a new contract Sunday evening.
We’re going to keep our preseason coverage going a series of rapid-fire previews, focusing this time on the Big 7 Conference in Class A. Rochester had been the traditional flag-bearer in that section for many years, but the tradition was broken in 2011 with the rise of Sto-Rox.
There was a heavy presence of security outside of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland one day after a deadly shooting rampage.
Facing the prospect of massive budget cuts, layoffs, and even reducing service to five days a week, United States Postal Service employees are fighting back.