2 City Council Incumbents, Including The Council President, Face Challengers In Run For ReelectionFour Pittsburgh City Council members, all Democrats, are up for reelection this year.
1 Allegheny County Councilman Faces Primary Challenge For ReelectionPennsylvania's primary election is just one week from Tuesday.
Sean Parnell Announces Bid For Republican Nomination For Pennsylvania's Open U.S. Senate SeatSean Parnell announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Pennsylvania’s open U.S. Senate seat.
Democratic Primary Likely To Determine Allegheny County's Next SheriffThe primary election is a week from Tuesday and Allegheny County is electing a new sheriff.
7 Candidates Seek 3 Nominations For Statewide Appellate BenchPrimary Election Day is less than two weeks away, and voters are choosing candidates for all three state appellate courts.
'A State Of Disrepair': Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg Drops By Pittsburgh, Tours Bridges And More As Part Of Infrastructure PlanUnited States Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg is in Pittsburgh today.
Multiple Republican Candidates Vying For Open Pennsylvania Supreme Court SeatOne seat on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is up for election this year, and there is a heated battle for the Republican nomination.
Voters In Part Of Westmoreland Co. Will Pick New State Rep. In Special Election On May 18We're two weeks until Pennsylvania's primary election day, but for some voters, it's like a general election with residents choosing a new state representative.
Resignation Of State Rep. Jeff Pyle Leads To Special Election On May 18 With 3 CandidatesPrimary Election Day is just two weeks from Tuesday, but not every election is a party primary.
Local Steel Experts Say US Steel's Decision To Drop $1.5 Billion Mon Valley Project Makes SenseOn Friday, U.S. Steel announced that it is abandoning its $1.5 billion project to upgrade its steelmaking in the Mon Valley.
Pa. School District In U.S. Supreme Court Seeking To Expand A School's Right To Discipline Off-Campus Student SpeechHow far can school districts go in regulating the speech of students outside the school campus?