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. 
Journalist Strike Approved At Pittsburgh Post-GazetteThe union representing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette journalists is preparing to strike.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists Awaiting Authorization From Union To Begin StrikeThe newsroom staff at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is set to strike as soon as today, with the reason for the work stoppage being over an impasse in negotiations.
Union Representing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists Votes To StrikePost-Gazette journalists have voted to authorize union leaders to call a strike.
Union Representing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists To Take Strike VoteThe union representing journalists at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is taking a strike vote.
Oakland Development Project To Lead To Fifth Avenue Traffic Restrictions For 2 YearsBeginning today, you're going to want to allow for some extra time for your commute if you travel along 5th Avenue in Oakland.
Alexis Johnson Files Lawsuit Against Post-GazetteAlexis Johnson has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette alleging the paper engaged in racial discrimination and illegal retaliation.
Photojournalist Who Says He Was Banned From Protest Coverage Announces He's Leaving Pittsburgh Post-GazetteA Pittsburgh Post-Gazette photojournalist who says he was banned from protest coverage announced he is leaving the newspaper.
Giant Eagle Donates $350,000 To Social Justice Causes, Closes Stores For Internal Discussions, Stops Sales Of Pittsburgh Post-GazetteGiant Eagle is donating $350,000 to support social justice causes, closing its stores for training and stopping sales of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
'Unfit To Lead': Newspaper Guild Calls For Resignation Of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Managers After Black Journalists Say They Were Pulled From Protest CoverageThe international and local newspaper unions are calling for two leaders at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to step down after two black journalists were barred from protest coverage.
Post-Gazette Executive Editor Pens Open Letter, Claims 'A Great Deal Of Disinformation' Over Black Journalists Allegedly Pulled From Covering ProtestsThe Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, in a letter from their executive editor, is saying they took a journalist off of a story for ethical reasons, not racial.