New Trump Rules Could Get 60,000 Pennsylvanians Off Food StampsThe Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food stamps to 40 million people.
House Judiciary Committee Begins Hearings With Experts On ImpeachmentDo President Trump's alleged actions -- trading American military aid in exchange for a Ukrainian investigation of a political opponent and intervention in the 2020 election -- amount to an impeachable offense?
Michael Bloomberg Senior Advisor Says New York Billionaire Is Not Trying To Buy The Democratic PresidencyFormer New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is already polling better than many candidates, aided by spending $57 million of his own in just ten days.
FBI Sends Warning To Pittsburgh, Says Region Is Susceptible To Holiday ScamsWith an older population in this region, the FBI warned that Pittsburgh is more susceptible to scams than other parts of the country.
AK Steel Being Bought By Cleveland-Cliffs In $1.1B Stock DealCleveland-Cliffs is buying AK Steel in a stock deal valued at about $1.1 billion.
Public Voices Disagreement With Pittsburgh Public Schools Budget, Including Tax IncreasesWith a new budget and a tax increase proposed, community members in Pittsburgh voiced their concerns publicly.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Hosts Public Hearing About $665M Preliminary Budget, Tax IncreasePittsburgh Public Schools hosted a public hearing on Monday about their $665.6 million preliminary budget and the proposed tax increase.
Small Business Saturday Encourages Pittsburghers To Shop LocalTomorrow is Small Business Saturday, a time when city leaders encourage people to support local businesses, instead of big, chain stores.
New Law Requires Patient Agreements & Mandatory Drug Tests For Chronic PainA new law requires patients to sign an agreement and take a drug test prior to being prescribed opioids.
Moe's Southwest Grill To Open First All-Digital Restaurant In OaklandMoe's is preparing to debut its first all-digital restaurant right here in Pittsburgh.
Passionate Protests For And Against Impeachment Also Find Common GroundPresident Trump supporters and pro-impeachment counter-protesters are gathering on the street in front of Congressman Conor Lamb's Mt. Lebanon office.
Too Close To Call: Election Results In Westmoreland County Lead To Special Way To Break The TieThere were ten tied votes for council and auditor in nine municipalities in Westmoreland County and on Friday, the winners were determined in a unique way.
600 Miles Per Hour: WVU Hoping To Team Up With Virgin Hyperloop One As A Hyperloop Certification CenterWest Virginia University is one of 20 sits under consideration to become a "Hyperloop certification center" with Virgin Hyperloop One.
While Viewers Tune In To The Impeachment Hearings, So Far It's Not Changing Many MindsNearly 13 million people tuned in on television as the House impeachment inquiry got underway.
Impact Of Proposed Minimum Wage Increase Likely To Reach CustomersThe proposed hike in the minimum wage is likely to increase costs for customers, one local business owner says.