Uber Settles With Pennsylvania Regulators For $3.5 MillionPennsylvania regulators are settling a legal dispute with the ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. for $3.5 million.
Auditor Says Clearer Rules Needed For Use Of Drilling FeesPennsylvania's auditor general says the state should rein in what he called questionable spending of some of the hundreds of millions of dollars in fees from a natural gas drilling boom that have swelled local government coffers under a nearly five-year-old state law.
Man Chains Electric Meter To Prevent Utility From Installing Smart MeterIt's obvious Norbert Sliwinski of Monroeville does not want Duquesne Light to install a so-called smart meter on his property.
Columbia Gas Customers Need To Opt Out Again To Stay Off Mailing ListsAttention Columbia Gas customers! There's a letter in your mailbox you do not want to ignore, especially if you don't want to be solicited by other natural gas suppliers.
Pennsylvania To Reconsider Record $11.4M Fine Against UberPennsylvania utility regulators have voted to reconsider the record-setting $11.4 million fine they imposed on ride-hailing company Uber.
Uber Appeals Pennsylvania Utility Regulator's $11.4M FineRide-hailing company Uber is asking state utility regulators to reconsider the record-setting $11.4 million fine they issued against it.
Columbia Gas Seeks Big Hike In Natural Gas PricingIf you're one of the 423,000 natural gas customers of Columbia Gas in the region, brace yourself.
Duquesne Light Launches Time-Of-Use ProgramA new program from Duquesne Light is helping people lower their electric bills.