Economists Fear Mass Evictions As Federal Unemployment Benefits Dry Up, State Reminds Pennsylvanians Of State Benefits AvailableWith the coronavirus pandemic surging across the country, at the same time, tens of millions of Americans are dealing with new economic uncertainty.
Drug Overdose Deaths In Pennsylvania Reach An All-Time HighDrug overdose deaths in Pennsylvania are at an all-time high.
Annual Event Provides Free Prom Gowns For Eligible StudentsProm season is just around the corner, and the annual "Project Prom Gown Giveaway" event returned to Pittsburgh on Saturday to provide free gowns to eligible students in Allegheny County.
State Revokes Glade Run Residential Care Facility’s Operations LicenseState investigators say lax oversight at a Butler County residential treatment facility for children with autism and other developmental disabilities continues to jeopardize the safety of those who live there.
State Launches Website To Find Early Learning ProgramsThe Pennsylvania Department of Human Services wants to make it easier for your kids to get a head start on school.
Child Treatment Facility's License Revoked After Sexual Abuse AllegationsThe state’s Department of Human Services is revoking the license of a local treatment facility that deals with children who have mental health conditions.
Wolf Administration To Begin Reorganizing Medicaid PlansGov. Tom Wolf's administration plans to begin transferring more than a million adult Medicaid enrollees into a single, new benefits program that it touts as a more efficient and effective way of providing health care for the poor, disabled and elderly.
Get Marty: Blind Man Looks To Access Bus Drivers For Help Much of what Dave Milliren does is by touch and feel.
Q&A Tuesday: Rich Fitzgerald Supports Tax IncreaseWith a vote scheduled for Tuesday afternoon that will determine the fate of a proposed 1 mill property tax increase, Allegheny County executive-elect Rich Fitzgerald stops by the KDKA studios for Q&A Tuesday with Mike Pintek.