Duquesne Light Unveils One Of The Largest Electric Vehicle Charging Station In Pittsburgh AreaDuquesne Light's new charging installation is now available for electric cars in the Pittsburgh Area.
Major Energy Company Withdrawing From Allegheny Conference, Citing 'Marginalization' Of EnergyA major energy player is withdrawing from the Allegheny Conference over concerns about the company's future.
Races For District Attorney And County Executive Highlight 2019 ElectionsVoters will head to the polls on November 5 and a couple of races will highlight the election.
A Look At Allegheny County's Process To Repairing Landslides And Repaving RoadsIf you are waiting for Allegheny County to repave your road or take care of a landslide near you, the wait may be longer than you want.
Allegheny Co. Executive Fitzgerald Proposes $959M Budget With No Tax IncreaseAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald presented a $959.8 million budget for the 2020 fiscal year.
Allegheny County Receiving Funding To Address Opioid EpidemicThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded Allegheny County $5.2 million in funding to address the opioid epidemic.
Major Upgrades Coming To Fifth Avenue Place In Downtown PittsburghA major upgrade is coming to a prominent building in downtown Pittsburgh.
Allegheny County Receives More Than $3 Million To Reduce Youth HomelessnessAllegheny County received a $3.49 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to reduce youth homelessness.
Rich Fitzgerald Marches And Matt Drozd Waves As November Election Season Kicks OffLabor Day, the traditional kick-off of to the November election, found plenty of politicians parading.
Hundreds Gather In Squirrel Hill To Call For Gun Control ReformCommunity groups, citizens and local leaders gathered in Squirrel Hill to call for gun control.
Allegheny County Launches 'Project Reset' To Help Residents Expunge Criminal RecordsAllegheny County is making it easier for residents to expunge or seal criminal records.
Former Allegheny County Elections Director Dies At 65Former Allegheny County Elections Director Mark Wolosik has died
Big Bird Waves Terrible Towel, 'Sesame Street Day' Declared TodayFrom Big Bird waving a Terrible Towel to officials declaring today "Sesame Street Day," the program's Pittsburgh visit has been jam-packed.
Congressional Infrastructure Leader Visits Pittsburgh To Survey Local NeedsA federal expert toured flood and landslide-prone areas in Pittsburgh Monday. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Gov. Wolf Orders Flags To Fly Half-Staff To Honor Former President George H.W. BushPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered flags to fly at half-staff to honor former President George H.W. Bush on Saturday.