University Of Pittsburgh Approves Raising Tuition For Upcoming School YearIt is going to cost more to go to the University of Pittsburgh.
Union Members Rally Outside Carnegie Museum In Oakland, Demand Pay RaiseUnion members who clean the Carnegie Museum system throughout the city rallied in Oakland on Friday to call for a pay raise.
Judge To Mediate Dispute Over Schenley Park's Columbus StatueA western Pennsylvania judge will mediate a dispute over a statue of explorer Christopher Columbus in a Pittsburgh park.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Celebrates The 15th Anniversary Of Schenley PlazaSchenley Plaza is celebrating 15 years!
Hundreds March Through Pittsburgh In Solidarity With PalestiniansHundreds marched through East Liberty to Oakland in solidarity with Palestinians.
Judge Orders City, Italian Sons And Daughters Of America To Compromise Over Columbus StatueA stalemate continues over the fate of the Christopher Columbus statue in Pittsburgh's Schenley Park.
Pittsburgh Police Searching For Suspect Who Tagged Andy Warhol MuseumPolice are investigating two tags found in Oakland - one on the Andy Warhol Museum and the other on Dawson Street.
University Of Pittsburgh Reports Drop In COVID-19 Cases Among StudentsThe five-day average of new COVID-19 cases at Pitt has dropped from 3.2% to 2.2%.
University Of Pittsburgh Police Seek Out Suspect In Overnight Attempted BurglaryUniversity of Pittsburgh Police are looking for a suspect who unsuccessfully attempted to break in to a resident's home overnight.
University Of Pittsburgh Sets Single-Day Record Of Positive COVID-19 Cases On Campus28 students tested positive for COVID-19, a single-day record for Pitt.
'Everyone Was Expecting It:' University Of Pittsburgh Seeing Spike In COVID-19 CasesDespite a shelter-in-place being in effect on Pitt's campus, the recent week has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases.