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?
Census Numbers Will Impact Pennsylvania's Clout And Money In Decade AheadPennsylvania's 2020 population is now officially 13,011,844 residents.
Allegheny County Ballot Overwhelmed With 39 Candidates Running For JudgeMail-in ballots for Allegheny County voters are expected to go out soon in the mail.
American Lung Association’s 'State Of The Air' Report Ranks Pittsburgh Ninth For Worst Air In U.S.The American Lung Association says the Pittsburgh metro area has some of the worst air in the country.
Bipartisan Compromise On Infrastructure Bill Seems More Elusive Than EverEven as President Biden signaled he was open to compromise over the American Jobs Plan, Republicans continue to state their opposition.
Rue21 CEO Credits Plus-Size Clothing For Pittsburgh-Based Chain's Recent SuccessA locally-based retail store is crediting its success during the coronavirus pandemic on expanding clothes size options for women.
More At Stake Than Just New May Deadline When It Comes To TaxesApril 15 is traditionally Tax Day, but not this year.
Multiple Ballot Questions Face Voters In This Year's PrimaryWhen voters start to get their mail-in ballots next week or vote in person in May, they will discover something a bit unusual.
Mail-In Ballots Go Out Next Week In Allegheny County, But Expect Some ChangesPennsylvania's primary election is just five weeks away, and on Tuesday afternoon, the Allegheny County Elections Board met for the first time since the November election.
Pandemic's Disruption Of Global Supply Chain And Delivery Of Products Not Likely To End SoonWhether it's a certain vehicle or even an electronic device, the pandemic has affected the supply and delivery of many products.
State Rep. Jordan Harris To Introduce Bill That Extends Last Call From 2 A.M. To 4 A.M.Bars and restaurants in Pennsylvania have really taken quite a hit during the pandemic.