County Budget Approved - No Funding For August Wilson Center
After a contentious process, Allegheny County Council has passed a capital budget for 2014. The budget process has been a controversial one for County Council.
First Step Taken Towards Smaller PA Legislature
The State House of Representatives has given a lopsided vote of approval to bills that would allow voters to reduce the size of the legislature.
Airport Drilling Update
Consol Energy says it's cutting pollution by using electric compressors instead of diesel to operate its Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling rigs at the Pittsburgh international...
Route 28 Construction Enters Final Phase
PennDOT is starting the final phase of the $120 million dollar reconstruction of Route 28.
Harper Pension Appeal
Former Pittsburgh Police Chief Nate Harper is appealing a board's decision to rescind his pension.
Tragedy in Port Vue
Authorities say a father and son were found shot to death in their Port Vue home this morning.
Pennsylvania farm show
A bad girl chef and hopping rabbits are among the new offerings at the 2014 Pennsylvania farm show. Radio P-A's B.J. Small reports.
Mega Millions Nears Record Jackpot
The Mega Millions jackpot has hit $636 million, approaching a record high.
Peduto Makes Unusual Request at The White House
One city's trash could be Pittsburgh's treasure if Mayor-elect Bill Peduto can convince the right people to donate the scaffolding from the Washington Monument.
PA Treasurer Seeks Owners of Unclaimed Property
State Treasurer Rob McCord says the odds of winning the growing Mega Millions jackpot are one in 259 million, but Pennsylvanians have a one in ten shot at finding money that belongs to them...
Lawmaker Wants to Require Trucks to Clear Off Snow
A state lawmaker wants to require bigger trucks to clear snow and ice off their vehicles or risk getting pulled over.
Obama Discusses NSA Concerns With Tech Company CEOs
President Barack Obama met with technology company CEOs today to discuss NSA spying concerns.
Do you agree with Federal Judge Richard Leon that the NSA's bulk collection of phone records likely violates the Constitution? <More Info>
A federal judge ruled Monday, that the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records likely violates the Constitution. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon granted a preliminary injunction against the NSA but he delayed his ruling pending an appeal by the government.
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