SAT Assigning New Score, Factors In Social And Economic Backgrounds Of StudentsThe nonprofit group that administers the SAT said Thursday it will assign a score to students who take the test to reflect their social and economic backgrounds.
State Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument On Extending Deadline In UPMC-Highmark DisputeThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on extending the deadline for Highmark customers to get UPMC services.
He's Been DA For Over 20 Years, But Now 'It's More About Politics Than The Trial,' Zappala SaysStephen Zappala has been Allegheny County's District Attorney for over 20 years. “Now it's different. It's more about politics than the trial of a case," he says.
Very Early Poll Has Biden Leading In Democratic Primary, Defeating Trump In PennsylvaniaThe Pennsylvania presidential primary isn't until April 2020, but that hasn't stopped pollsters from taking an early snapshot of which Democrat can win the state against President Trump.
State Attorney General Shapiro Takes On Two Big Cases: Opioids And Health CareState Attorney General Josh Shapiro heads to court this week to take on Purdue Pharma and the UPMC-Highmark consent decree.
Residents Of Oakland Concerned About Carnegie Mellon University's New Housing PlanCarnegie Mellon University is planning on building a new dorm in Oakland and residents are not happy with the decision.
Party City Closing 45 Stores, Refuses To Blame Global Helium ShortageParty City announced on Thursday that it will be closing 45 stores in 2019, but they're refusing to blame a worldwide shortage of helium.
South Hills Village Set To Undergo $50M UpgradeSouth Hills Village, this region's first fully enclosed shopping mall that opened in 1965, is about to get a $50 million upgrade.
4 New Stores Coming To South Hills VillageSome malls might be struggling because of the problems many brick-and-mortar retailers are facing, but South Hills Village appears to be doing fine.
In Wake Of Colo. School Shooting, Pa. Lawmakers Advance Bills To Increase School SafetyIn the wake of ongoing school shootings, last year Governor Wolf and a bi-partisan group of state lawmakers approved $60 million to help school districts upgrade school safety.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Going On Strike In Cities Across United StatesOn Wednesday, Chris Johnston, an Uber driver, drove his car, but he and some of his colleagues at Uber and Lyft were not picking up passengers.
Lawrence Co. Lawmaker Wants To Abolish Concealed Carry Gun PermitsPennsylvania State Rep. Aaron Bernstine wants to abolish the state's concealed carry law that requires a gun owner to register with their county sheriff to get a license.
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.
Bill To Allows Independents To Vote In Pa. Primary Gains Some MomentumPennsylvania is in the minority of states with closed primary elections, but the fast-growing number of independent voters is sparking a debate in Pennsylvania's Legislature.
'You Probably Don't Like Trump, Do You?': Woman Claims Officer Who Called Her A 'Bleeding Heart Liberal' Arrested Her Because Of Her Political ViewsA Brighton Heights woman is claiming she was arrested due to her political views.