Police Say Person Who Left Dolls at California Homes Meant No Harm
The mystery has been solved in the case of the "creepy" porcelain dolls resembling actual young girls placed in front of California homes.
Rally for Peace in Homestead
A rally for peace is being planned for Homestead Saturday in memory of a child killed in a random shooting last year.
Pittsburgh Selected to Host Congress of Cities
Pittsburgh has been chosen to host another major conference, the 2016 Congress of Cities and Exposition, the nation's largest educational and networking event for city officials.
Obama: U.S. and Central American Countries Share Responsibility to Address Border Crisis
President Barack Obama discussed the border crisis with the presidents of three Central American countries on Friday afternoon.
Pension Reform Blitz
The Governor is on a state wide blitz pushing for pension reform which has become an issue with the republican controlled legislature.
President Meets with Central American Leaders
President Obama has invited to the White House the leaders of the nations from which young migrants are crossing illegally into the US, creating a humanitarian crisis along the Texas...
City Leaders Encouraged By PUC Decision Regarding Uber and Lyft
The announcement of the PUC decision to allow Uber and Lyft to operate an experimental service in Pittsburgh was greeted on a positive note by elected officials.
Pittsburgh Public Works Director Replaced
Allegheny County officials say as of Wednesday, Steven Johnson is no longer the director of public works.
Toddler Crushed in Truck Backing Accident
An 18 month old toddler is dead after a pickup truck backed over the child last evening in West Mahoning.
Truck Crashes into Dairy Queen - Six Injured
Six people were hurt and a gas line was ruptured after a truck crashed into a Dairy Queen in Penn Hills Thursday afternoon.
Brooklyn Bridge Stunt Under Investigation
The NYPD says it knows the nicknames of whoever replaced American flags with bleached-out white versions of Old Glory on the Brooklyn Bridge this week but investigators still don't...
Labor Unions Urge President to Extend Work Authorization To Millions Of Illegal's
Local labor organizations, including the Pittsburgh Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), the United Steelworkers (USW), and the Allegheny County Labor Council (ACLC)...
President Obama signed an executive order barring federal contractors from discriminating against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers, with no exemption for those with religious affiliation. The act will leave in place exemptions that religious contractors currently have. Religious leaders had urged him to follow the example of the Senate bill and adopt a broad exemption for federal contractors, exempting religiously affiliated groups from the rules altogether.
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