As Families Report Delays In September Child Tax Credit Payment, IRS Says It's 'Looking Into' What HappenedSome families who were expecting a child tax credit payment a week ago still have not received it.
Redistricting Commission Scales Back Original Plan For Counting InmatesThe Legislative Redistricting Commission voted on Tuesday to scale back a proposal that it adopted last August.
In GOP Race For Senate Nomination, Jeff Bartos Calls Sean Parnell 'Unelectable,' Bringing Tough Response From ParnellThe race for the Republican nomination to replace U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is heating up.
State Officials Warn Student Loan Forgiveness Scams Are SurgingThe Wolf administration is warning about a surge in student loan forgiveness scams.
Senate Democrats Vow To Block GOP Subpoena Of 7 Million Pennsylvanians' Detailed Voter InformationRepublicans in Pennsylvania are continuing their pursuit of a "forensic investigation" of the 2020 election.
Republican Bill McSwain Campaigns For Governor In Pittsburgh With Strong Law And Order MessageFormer U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain from Philadelphia announced his campaign for governor on Monday, but the Republican spent his first day on the campaign trail in Pittsburgh.
Amazon To Announce Hiring Spree In Pittsburgh, With Hundreds To Be HiredAmazon is planning to hire hundreds of new workers as it expands in the Pittsburgh area.
Former Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy Recalls Most Focused Time Of His Life As Flight 93 Passed Near CityEverybody remembers where they were on 9/11 and that includes the mayor of Pittsburgh at the time.
Poll Finds Support For Mandatory Masks And Vaccines Deeply Divided In Pittsburgh RegionSouthwestern Pennsylvanians support a mandatory mask requirement in schools but are cool to the idea of mandatory vaccines.
Proposed Citizens Map Preserves Local Congressional Districts, Including Competitive Race To Succeed Conor LambA citizens group with input from thousands has come up with its own recommended map, and it's good news for this region.
'The Brutal Sound Of Silence': Former Gov. Tom Ridge Recalls 9/11 And The Heartbreak Of No Survivors On Flight 93Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, who is America’s first Homeland Security secretary, said he will never forget 9/11.
Guaranteed Basic Income Pilot Gets Pittsburgh City Council's Initial ApprovalPittsburgh City Council passed a guaranteed basic income pilot that will give 200 people $500 a month.
PAC Giving School Board Slates $10,000 Checks To Keep Classes In-PersonA group called Back to School PA has already given $300,000 to school board candidates, including some in this region.
As Labor Day Kicks Off Election Season, Race For Mayor Of Pittsburgh Could Be More Competitive Than UsualLabor Day is traditionally the start of the campaign season, with just eight weeks before the Nov. 2 general election.
Texas Abortion Law Has Ramifications In Upcoming Pennsylvania Elections, Both Sides SayThe split decision of the U.S. Supreme Court to allow a Texas law that essentially bans abortion in that state has brought strong reactions.