Defaced LGBT Sign Prompts Rally For Acceptance The Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church is taking a stand against hate, while calling for diversity and acceptance.
Bucks Co. Withholding All Tax Payments To HarrisburgElected officials in a suburban Philadelphia county have turned the tables on state government, withholding all tax payments owed to Pennsylvania because state lawmakers and the governor have failed to reach agreement on a budget.
Point Park University Adding Multimedia NewsroomPoint Park University is expanding and taking over another corner in downtown Pittsburgh. It was once home to Nathan's Famous hot dogs, but soon, this space at the corner of Wood Street and Third Avenue will have new life.
President Obama Speaks At VFW Convention, Honors Chattanooga VictimsPresident Barack Obama arrived in Pittsburgh Tuesday to speak at the Veterans of Foreign Wars' national convention, and honored slain service members killed in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Pittsburgh Asked To Weigh In On Paint Colors For "Sister Bridges"What color would you pick out for the Clemente, Warhol and Carson bridges?
Park Rangers Hired For County And City ParksVisitors to Allegheny County parks or the city's Schenley Park will soon see men and women in a different kind of uniform -- that of park ranger.
Uber Now Licensed To Offer Rides To And From Pittsburgh International AirportAllegheny County Airport Authority officials have approved a policy that lets ride-sharing companies pick up passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Fitzgerald Says He's Heard The Message Voters Sent HimUsually, public officials try to put the most positive spin on election results that they don't like.
Allegheny Co. Dems Pushing Votes For Deceased Councilwoman Still On BallotSupporters of a Democratic Allegheny County councilwoman who died earlier this month are still touting her in next week's primary as a tribute to her - and a rebuke to County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, who has been supporting her opponent.
Local Officials On Alert, Discussing Preparedness In Wake Of Baltimore RiotsThe riots in Baltimore have put police on alert in nearly every American city.
Fee For Park-And-Ride Lots Mulled By City OfficialsPark and Rides might cost you starting this summer.
Local Leaders Confident Heinz Will Stay In Pittsburgh, ProsperHow will the new mega-company, formed by the merger of Heinz and Kraft Foods, affect our region?
Boilermakers Announce Program Offering Training In Exchange For Surrendered GunsRay Ventrone, business manager of Boilermakers Local 154, citing the Monroeville Mall shooting, and what he called, "a crisis of black on black crime," announced a program where guns would be surrendered in return for training in the union's welding program.
Officer Body Cameras & Stolen Recruit Files Discussed At Senate Judiciary HearingA Senate Judiciary hearing was held Wednesday morning in Pittsburgh on law enforcement practices.
Fitzgerald Looks Ahead To 2015Last month, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald announced for re-election in 2015.