The Show Must Go On For 'Hamilton,' Pittsburgh RV Show Despite SnowstormFor some activities in Downtown Pittsburgh, like "Hamilton" and the Pittsburgh RV Show, the show must go on despite the impending snowstorm.
Sen. Casey Ending His Consideration For 2020 Presidential RunU.S. Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania is ending any consideration of joining a potentially crowded Democratic field running for president in 2020.
Software Glitch Keeps Some Local Health Care Graduates From Starting WorkA glitch in software necessary to verify the completion of educational training in the health sciences caused a delay in licensing from the Pennsylvania Licensing System -- or PALS -- with real consequences for local graduates looking to start a new job.
United Way Steps In To Help Those Affected By Government ShutdownAs the government shutdown drags on affecting thousands, the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania has stepped up with a special service to help those who find themselves stretched financially.
Red Robin Feeds Pittsburgh TSA Agents, Air Traffic Controllers As ‘Thank You’ During ShutdownA van loaded with hamburgers from Red Robin pulled up to the Airport Maintenance Facility where burgers, chips and all the fixins’ were transferred to an airport vehicle for delivery to a secured area.
Unpaid Air Traffic Controllers Feeling Pinch; Hand Out Brochures To PublicUnpaid but still working, air traffic controllers handed out brochures to the flying public at Pittsburgh International Airport on Wednesday afternoon.
Gov. Wolf Touts Bipartisan Accomplishments During Inauguration SpeechGov. Tom Wolf is starting his second term by asking the state's residents to work together to make Pennsylvania a better place.
Bayer Shutting Down Some Pittsburgh Operations, Nearly 600 Employees AffectedNot that long ago, Pittsburgh was the American headquarters for the German-based Bayer Corporation, with over 2,600 employees working at its campus off Parkway West.
Food Stamp Recipients To Receive February Benefits Early To Avoid Government Shutdown WoesWith this government shutdown, 1.8 million Pennsylvanians would lose their food stamps in February, but officials found a loophole so that the February benefits could be awarded early.
Because Of Government Shutdown, Local Air Traffic Controller Gets $1.07 In His PaycheckAir traffic controllers are among the federal workers going without pay because of the partial government shutdown.
65 Restaurants Offering Affordable Meals During Pittsburgh Restaurant WeekThe winter 2019 edition of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is about to begin and that means affordable food for diners at 65 local restaurants.
Ribbon Cut On State-Of-The-Art Intensive Care Unit For Newborns At West Penn HospitalUnlike most ribbon cuttings with politicians, young children alone cut the ribbon at West Penn Hospital's new state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care unit or NICU.