Pennsylvania Voters Can Apply Online For Absentee BallotsPennsylvanians who won't be able to vote in person this fall will be able to apply online for absentee ballots for the first time.
Major Upgrades Coming To Fifth Avenue Place In Downtown PittsburghA major upgrade is coming to a prominent building in downtown Pittsburgh.
Sen. Manchin Announces He Won't Enter W. Va. Governor's RaceWest Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin says he's staying put in the U.S. Senate and won't run for governor.
EPA Proposal Would Ease Rules On Regulation Of Methane Gas EmissionsThe EPA announced a proposal to ease regulation of methane emissions, a particularly potent greenhouse gas believed to contribute significantly to climate change.
Pa. Officials Debate Mandating Lead Poisoning Blood Tests For ChildrenPennsylvania officials are hoping to lower the risk of lead poisoning through mandated blood testing for children and other measures.
Allegheny County Elected Officials Call For Crackdown On Industrial PollutionMore than 60 elected officials from Allegheny County signed an open letter calling for clean air in our region.
Westmoreland Co. Vet's Death At W. Va. Medical Center Prompts Probe By Veterans Affairs Dept.The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is investigating 11 suspicious deaths at a medical center in West Virginia, according to a statement from Sen. Joe Manchin's office.
Sanders Picks Up Union Endorsement, Praises Workers For Standing Up To Pittsburgh-Based WabtecDemocratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders made a campaign stop in Pittsburgh today.
Two Local Congressmen Have Different Opinions On Gun Reform In Wake Of Mass ShootingsTwo local members of Congress appearing on the KD/PG Sunday Edition demonstrate why passing gun reform measures seems so impossible in Washington.
Bernie Sanders Set To Make Campaign Stop In West VirginiaOne of the Democratic presidential candidates will by paying a visit to West Virginia next week.
State Attorney Generals, Including Pa.'s Shapiro, Working With Major Carriers To Combat RobocallsMajor phone companies are telling the country's state attorneys general that they will do more against robocalls.