Gov. Tom Wolf, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman Once Again Push For Recreational Marijuana LegalizationFor the second time in less than two weeks, Gov. Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman are pushing for the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Mayor Peduto Meets With Other Pa. City Leaders, Talks Toll Pandemic Is Taking On EconomyThe Pennsylvania Municipal League is talking about the economic effects the coronavirus pandemic has on the state's municipalities.
Report: Dr. Rachel Levine Declined To Attend Struggling Restaurant Owners Meeting With Pa. GOP Lawmakers Over ShutdownRestaurants continue to struggle and now they are banding together to ask for financial help from lawmakers in Harrisburg.
Report: Pennsylvania's State Economy Has Some Of The Most Racial Inequality In The CountryWhen it comes to state economies with the most racial equality, a study ranks Pennsylvania near the bottom of the list.
Vice President Mike Pence To Visit Pittsburgh-Area This WeekVice President Mike Pence is set to visit the Pittsburgh area.
'Welcome Back,' But Please Social Distance: Area Malls Staying Cautious About Reopening Due To Coronavirus FearsCome Friday, when most of the region moves into the "Yellow Phase" of COVID-19 recovery, stores like Dick’s Sporting Goods can welcome customers back inside.
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
'It's Not Time': Pittsburghers Apprehensive About Economy Reopening Too SoonSome Pittsburghers are apprehensive about the economy reopening right now amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: State's Economy Is The 6th 'Most Exposed' To Coronavirus In The Nation, Study SaysPennsylvania's economy is one of the most vulnerable to coronavirus, according to a study.
Inside Politics With Jon Delano: Congress Rolls The Dice On Economic StimulusInside Politics with KDKA's Jon Delano.
'It's White-Knuckle Time': Families Feeling Economic Impact Of CoronavirusIn the wake of the coronavirus scare, folks are hunkering down at home -- and that means tough times for restaurants like the Carlton, downtown.