Voice Of The Voters: Fayette County Voters Focused On Economy As Election Day NearsIn 2016, President Donald Trump received 64% of the votes in Fayette County, compared to 33% for Hillary Clinton.
'I'm Bringing Africa To Pittsburgh': Festival Africana To Highlight African Culture This WeekendFestival Africana is a four-part series intended to highlight African design, style, beauty and culture, and it is coming to Pittsburgh this weekend.
Judge Denies Motion To Drop Hate Crimes Charges Against Synagogue Shooting Suspect Robert BowersA federal judge rejected the motion from Robert Bowers' attorneys to drop some charges against him in the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting.
Distribution Company Blamed For Ballot Issues In Two CountiesA Cleveland-based distribution company is being blamed for mail ballot issues in Westmoreland and Allegheny County.
Braddock Borough Mayor Breaks Council Tie, Votes In Favor Of Forming Regional Police Dept. CommissionA regional Mon Valley police department could be one step closer after a vote by the Braddock Borough Council Tuesday night.
WPIAL Directors Meeting To Discuss Postseason PlansThe WPIAL Board of Directors plans to meet on Wednesday to discuss what to do about playoffs.
Pittsburgh Republicans And Democrats React To Vice Presidential DebateLocal political leaders and candidates shared their thoughts on social media of the vice presidential debate.
Ewalt House In Lawrenceville To Be DemolishedThe historic Ewalt House in Lawrenceville is being demolished today.
President Trump Reverses Course On Stimulus NegotiationsPresident Donald Trump reversed course on Tuesday night when it came to federal stimulus negotiations.
Fireball In The Sky: Social Media Lights Up With Reports Of Giant Meteor Across The East CoastSeveral social media users across the east coast reported seeing a streak of light across the morning sky followed by a bright flash.
Pittsburgh Elected Officials React To First Presidential DebateFrom congressional representatives to the mayor, plenty of elected officials from western Pennsylvania had thoughts on the first presidential debate.