Schenley Plaza To Host Women's World Cup Watch PartyThe celebration for the United States Women's National Soccer Team doesn't stop after their most recent victory-- the City of Pittsburgh is going all out for the Women's World Cup Final too.
Pa. Offers Aid To Link Home-Bound Students To ClassPennsylvania is offering aid to school districts to pay for accommodations for students who are homebound while recovering from a serious injury or illness.
Senators Think American Flags Should Be Made In AmericaA pair of senators says the American flags the federal government purchases should have to be made in America.
Ohio Judge Blocks Law Banning AbortionsA federal judge has temporarily blocked an Ohio law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, allowing clinics to continue to provide the procedure as a legal battle advances.
Medical Marijuana Grower Cited For Record KeepingPennsylvania officials are accusing a medical marijuana growing company of failing to follow regulations that require it to keep records about the plants it grows.
NASA Renames W. Va. Facility In Honor Of Human 'Computer'A NASA facility in West Virginia has been renamed in honor of a native of the state whose calculations helped put men on the moon 50 years ago.
Police Plan To Discuss Quadruple Slayings InvestigationAuthorities have charged the husband of one of the victims with the slayings of four family members in an Ohio suburban community.
Police: Man Grazed By Bullet Transported To HospitalPittsburgh Bureau of Police Zone 4 responded to reports of shots fired.
U.S. House Democrats File Lawsuit To Obtain Trump's Tax ReturnThe Democrat-led House Ways and Means Committee is suing the Treasury Department, the IRS and their respective leaders, Steve Mnuchin and Charles Rettig, according to the federal court in Washington.
Ex-Mayor Pleads Guilty To Corruption Day After ResignationThe former mayor of Scranton, Pennsylvania, has pleaded guilty to charges he shook down businesses for bribes and campaign contributions throughout his term and a half in office.
Big Businesses: Supreme Court Needs To Defend LGBTQ BiasMore than 200 corporations have signed a friend-of-the-court brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that federal civil rights law bans job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
July Is The Deadliest Month Of Vehicular DeathsAmerica's star-spangled birthday is a dangerous time to be on the road.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Bills To Help Foster Young FarmersLegislation to help Pennsylvania agriculture is going into effect, including measures to foster younger farmers, help clean water going into Chesapeake Bay and expand butchering services for small farmers.
The State Moves To Shut Down Coke Plant After Repeated ViolationsState environmental regulators are moving to shut down a coke plant in northwestern Pennsylvania, citing "years of numerous repetitive environmental violations."
Steve Harvey Gives Back To Alma Mater To Cover Students' College FeesTalk show host, comedian and game show host Steve Harvey has committed to covering the college costs for eight incoming freshmen at his alma mater in Ohio.