Deer Lakes Park Drilling Amendments Proposed
Will African-Americans and locally trained workers have a shot at the jobs created by the horizontal drilling planned for Deer Lakes Park? One Allegheny County Councilman wants to guarantee...
Block House Garden Dedicated
A dedication ceremony was held this morning for a new garden at the Fort Pitt Block House in Point State Park.
Women Rally for Equal Pay
Another year and another report showing pay inequality still exists.
Fatal Shooting in Elliott
An Elliott man was fatally shot this morning while walking back to his house on Marena Street after buckling his baby into the back seat of his car.
Obama's Asian Trip Continues
Talks between the United States and Japan on a Pacific Rim trade pact have halted for now without any resolution in sight, spoiling plans for a showcase deal during President Barack Obama's...
Treasures of the Arabia
The Heinz History Center's new exhibition, Pittsburgh's Lost Steamboat: Treasures of the Arabia, opens this weekend.
PNC Survey: Retirees Fear Losing it All
More than half of retirees have withdrawn funds from their retirement savings without a strategy in place and slightly more are concerned about running out of money, according to PNC's...
Pitt Conference to Focus on Psychotherapy and Spiritual Experiences
An upcoming conference at the University of Pittsburgh will investigate the link between faith and psychotherapy. The keynote speaker will be Dr.
Two Injured Franklin Regional Students Released From Hospitals
Two of the students injured in the stabbing incident at Franklin Regional High School earlier this month have been released from the hospital.
Former Pittsburgh Mayoral Candidate Ordered To Stand Trial
Former Pittsburgh mayoral candidate A.J. Richardson and his wife were ordered to stand trial on charges they made more than 100 false calls to 911.
Costly Repairs to Pittsburgh Mayor's Office
The repair of four historic chandeliers in the Pittsburgh Mayor's Office will run more than ten thousand dollars.
Highmark Profit Falls
Profit from Highmark's insurance business fells 40 percent last year as competition grew and revenue and investment income declined.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and County Executive Rich Fitzgerald have petitioned the administrative judge of Allegheny County Courts to remove the receiver appointed by the court to oversee the August Wilson Center bankruptcy. The mayor and the county executive charge that receiver Judith Fitzgerald has "not maintained the public interest of preserving the center as a public asset" and favor a bid to make the center a commercial enterprise.
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