National Senior Games Set To Return To Pittsburgh In 2023It looks like Pittsburgh will once again host the Senior Olympics in 2023.
Pitt Men's Basketball Coach Jeff Capel Reprimanded For Criticizing OfficialsPitt men's basketball head coach Jeff Capel has been reprimanded by the University of Pittsburgh following his criticism of officiating this past weekend.
CMU Professor Considering Run For U.S. SenateA professor from Carnegie Mellon University is considering a run for the Senate.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette To Cut Friday Print EditionThe Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will be eliminating its Friday print edition, the union that represents the paper says.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Toledo Blade Union Members Allege Censorship From Mutual Owner In Capitol Protest CoverageMembers of the Toledo and Pittsburgh NewsGuild spoke out about their frustration and disgust with their management on how they were forced to alter their stories.
Pittsburgh International Airport, Airlines Reach New Lease AgreementPittsburgh International Airport has come to terms with its airlines.
Man Sentenced To 6 Years On Federal Drug, Gun ConvictionsA man shot in the ankle by a western Pennsylvania police officer and later found with heroin and cocaine on his person 3 1/2 years ago has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Michael Fuoco Resigns As President Of Newspaper Guild Of Pittsburgh Following Misconduct AllegationsAs a strike looms at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the President of the union has announced his resignation.
Michael Fuoco Resigns As President Of Newspaper Guild Of PittsburghThe president of the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh, Michael Fuoco has resigned amid allegations of violations of the guild's mutual respect policy.
Labor Leaders, Elected Officials Rally In 'Last-Ditch Appeal' To Avoid Strike At Pittsburgh Post-GazetteLabor leaders and elected officials joined together Friday in what's being called a last-ditch effort to avoid a strike by the reporters, editors and photographers of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Mt. Lebanon School Board Member Apologizes For Using Profanities In Zoom Meeting, Facing CensureA Mt. Lebanon school board member is apologizing after he was heard cursing during a Zoom meeting.