City Continues to Work Toward Replacing Lead Water Lines
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says despite the legislative delay in approving the city's plan to replace all lead water lines, the goal remains the same.
August Wilson Center Names New President and CEO
Two years after Pittsburgh almost lost the August Wilson Center, a new president and CEO is named.
Unsafe Washington Apartment Building Evacuated
An apartment building in the city of Washington was evacuated Wednesday after it was deemed unsafe for human inhabitation.
Penn State Football Preview With Steve Jones
It's hard to believe, but college football season is around the corner and KQV will once again be broadcasting Penn State football and basketball.
Family Pleads For Tips in Penn Hills Woman's Suspicious Death
There's a substantial increase in the reward fund for information in connection with the suspicious death of a Penn Hills woman.
Parole Hearing Set For O.J. Simpson
On Thursday O.J. Simpson will face a Nevada parole board after serving nine years in prison for armed robbery.
PNC Economist: Economic Expansion Could Become Longest Ever
Chief Economist Gus Faucher at PNC Financial Services Group believes the current expansion of the U.S. economy has the potential to become the longest expansion in U.S. history.
EQT Three Rivers Regatta Celebrates 40th Anniversary
Hundreds of thousands of spectators are expected once again to crowd Point State Park and the North Shore for the annual EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta.
Little Movement on Budget Spending Plan
The state Senate adjourned Tuesday without taking action on a revenue plan for the budget.
City Council Debates Funding Plan For Housing Opportunity Fund
Supporters of the increase in the Pittsburgh Realty Transfer Tax to help fund the Housing Opportunity Fund are one vote shy of the five votes needed to approve two measures designed to pay...
House Leaders Press Ahead With Budget Proposal
House Republicans are proposing a $4 trillion budget for 2018 that includes deep cuts to social programs such as Medicaid and food stamps, which they say have ballooned to unsustainable...
Lead Levels Improve in PWSA Water
There's a little less lead in Pittsburgh's drinking water according to the latest round of federally-mandated lead testing.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission will raise tolls another 6% in January, for the 10th year in a row resulting in a 2017 trip from Ohio to New Jersey now costing $55 and $39.25 for E-ZPass users. The increases are in part due to the Turnpike's requirement since 2007 to pay PennDOT $450 million to help subsidize public transit. State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale wants to eliminate or reduce the payments to PennDOT fearing commercial trucking firms and motorists will avoid the Turnpike and use non-toll roads.
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