Homeless Shelter Alleges County Acted Out of Revenge in Blocking Funding
According to court documents filed Friday by attorneys representing a Shaler homeless advocacy organization, Allegheny County's Department of Human Services is accused of illegally...
Head of Homewood Ministry Arrested In Drug Raid
An overwhelming show of force during a Friday morning drug raid in Wilkinsburg, netted one arrest along with a large quantity of drugs, cash and firearms.
Pittsburgh Officials Searching for New Public Safety Director
Friday was the last official day for Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Stephen Bucar, who starts his new job as deputy commissioner of staff with the Pennsylvania State Police on Monday.
Bloomfield Celebrates Columbus Day
Pittsburghers always love a parade, and in Bloomfield Saturday they'll be able to see one of the area's biggest.
City Council Gives Preliminary Approval to Buying Business-Tracking Software
A plan to better track compliance with the city's hiring goals for veteran, minority, and women-owned businesses is given preliminary approval in City Council.
Brackenridge Rape Suspect Captured
One of Allegheny County's most-wanted fugitives has been arrested.
Republicans Continue Working to Find Replacement for Boehner
The GOP is scrambling to find a new Speaker of the House, with many trying to convince Paul Ryan to run for the post.
Ten Commandments Statue Moved from School to Church
A Fayette County school district's Ten Commandments monument that an atheists' group sued to have removed is now on a neighboring church's property, next to a driveway leading to the...
Pittsburgh Zoo Receives Largest Grant in its History
The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium has received a $9 million grant, the largest gift in the zoo's history, from the Richard King Mellon Foundation. Dr.
Woman Pretends to be High School Student, Assaults Principal
An 18-year-old woman is facing charges of aggravated assault against a high school assistant principal after she posed as a student to get into the school.
Good and Bad of Transpacific Trade Agreement
Negotiations over the complex trade deal took more than five years.
Armstrong County Jail Warden Resigns Following Inmate Escape
The warden of the Armstrong County Jail is resigning after an inmate escaped back in July and allegedly killed a woman while he was on the run.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California shocked his Republican Congressional colleagues by withdrawing his name from consideration to replace John Boehner of Ohio as Speaker of the House. Majority Whip Steve Scalise and other prominent Republicans have launched a concerted campaign to persuade House Ways and Means Committee chair and former Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan of Wisconsin to run for the job. McCarthy also has stated that Ryan is the best person to lead the House.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Do you agree with Senator John McCain that the hospital bombing by the U.S. is a terrible accident and NOT a war crime?