Throughout the region — public works and road crews are playing whack a mole — no sooner do they clear a street of a landslide than they are called to another.
After years of trying to regulate towing in the city, the Peduto administration will be forwarding new legislation balancing the rights of citizens and the property owners.
A local lawyer is going to bat for people who say they’ve become the victims of predatory towing in the Pittsburgh area.
It’s the new trend in student housing. Upscale, luxury apartments are sprouting up in Oakland, changing the college experience from what many are used to.
It’s been a frustrating launch for medical marijuana in the state of Pennsylvania, with stops and starts from shortages of supply. But that’s all about to change.
Tensions have long been simmering over gentrification in East Liberty, but they boiled over recently with removal of a controversial billboard.
Two high-tech drones will be assisting police and firefighters in Pittsburgh this summer, but the eyes in the sky are raising some concerns about surveillance.
Opening day excitement, even in the lean years, has been a guaranteed sellout for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but not this year.
Four years ago, the City of Pittsburgh took a new approach to a policing and it appears to be working.
Amid the carnage of the national opioid crisis, there may be some light at the end of the tunnel in Western Pennsylvania.
Exclusive: Pittsburgh Public Schools Seeks To Terminate Administrator For ‘Inappropriate Relationship’
A top administrator at Pittsburgh Public Schools has been suspended without pay, and he could soon lose his job.
After a year of therapy, paralyzed cyclist Danny Chew is taking on a brand new challenge: the Pittsburgh marathon.
Pittsburgh-area companies can’t find enough workers, and they want the government to lift the cap on guest workers from Mexico and other countries.
Chris’s Room is part of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Care Center, where recovering addicts can get counseling or just some peace of mind.
As opioid deaths continue to climb, one drug outreach program in Washington County is seeking out addicts before they overdose.