Pittsburgh Republicans And Democrats React To Vice Presidential DebateLocal political leaders and candidates shared their thoughts on social media of the vice presidential debate.
'Thanks, But No Thanks:' Trump Campaign Reportedly Exploring Holding Event In Pittsburgh On MondayThe Trump campaign is reportedly "exploring" a visit to Pittsburgh next week.
Allegheny County 2021 Budget Proposal Includes No Property Tax IncreaseThe proposed 2021 budget from Fitzgerald includes no increase in property tax.
Local Officials Offer Encouragement To President Trump And First Lady Following Positive COVID TestsLocal elected officials offered encouragement and caution once it became known that President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19.
Mail-In Voting Underway In Allegheny County, Dropboxes And Early Voting Available As Additional OptionsMail-in voting is now underway in Pennsylvania, and you can even go vote in person.
Pittsburgh Institute Of Aeronautics Planning $1.4 Million RenovationThe Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics will be making several renovations to its main campus in West Mifflin.
Children Returning To Classrooms A Cause For Concern For A Potential Spike In Coronavirus CasesThere is real concern about a potential spike of COVID-19 in the coming weeks due to two things -- the Labor Day Weekend gatherings, and so many children returning to school classrooms.
Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden To Make Visit To PittsburghThe race for the White House is making its way through our area today.
Amid Health Concerns, Teams From Ohio And Virginia Coming To Western Pennsylvania For Soccer TournamentConcerns are being raised about a regional soccer tournament this weekend in the area.
Looking Beyond The Coronavirus Numbers As Plans Are Put In Place For Returning To School, Restaurants Face RestrictionsEvery day during this pandemic is marked by the release of the latest number of new cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Lawsuit Challenging Mail-In Ballots Filed Against County Executive Rich Fitzgerald And Pa. County Election BoardsA federal lawsuit filed Friday seeks to force Pennsylvania election officials to change the way that voters’ signatures on mail-in ballots are verified, asserting that tens of thousands of voters are at risk of being disenfranchised in the fall presidential election.