Search Continues for Missing Residents in Oklahoma
Search and recovery efforts continue in the wake of the devastating EF5 tornado that killed 24 people in Oklahoma earlier this week.
American Cancer Society Celebrates Its Centennial
The American Cancer Society is commemorating 100 years since its founding in 1913.
Kelly Demands IRS Accountability
Congressman Mike Kelly of Butler County was applauded last week during his questioning of ousted IRS Acting Commissioner Steven Miller during a hearing on the agency's reported...
Dog Bite Prevention Week
This is Dog Bite Prevention Week and Dr.
Allegheny County Judge Wins Superior Court Nomination
There was only one statewide race on Tuesday's primary ballot.
Peduto Wins Democratic Nomination for Pittsburgh Mayor
Bill Peduto records a convincing win over three rivals in the mayor's race.
Wagner Concedes Defeat in Mayoral Race
Election night ended in disappointment for former state Auditor General Jack Wagner who lost his bid for Pittsburgh mayor.
IRS Official Refuses to Answer Questions From Lawmakers
The Internal Revenue Service official at the center of the storm over the agency's targeting of conservative groups has told Congress she did nothing wrong.
Two Dozen Dead After Tornado Outbreak
Search and rescue efforts continue in Oklahoma after a deadly tornado outbreak.
Obama Expresses Support for Tornado Victims
President Barack Obama is offering support and federal aid to the victims of the devastating tornado in Oklahoma.
Political Activists Launch Campaign Opposing Retention of State Supreme Court Chief Justice
The political activist group Rock the Capital has put out a report listing ten reasons why state Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald Castille should not be retained.
Lawmakers: Many Questions Remain in IRS Probe
The recently-resigned acting director of the IRS is appearing before the U.S. Senate Finance Committee today. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding answers.
Do you support allowing openly gay youth to become members of the Boy Scouts of America? <More Info>
Local leaders of the Boy Scouts of America are deciding this week whether to change their long-standing ban on openly gay boys belonging to the organization. The Boy Scouts would keep their ban on gay adult leaders. Some conservatives have denounced the plan, saying the Scouts' tradition would be undermined by the presence of openly gay youth.
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