City Makes Final Preparation Ahead of Kenny Chesney Concert
With just two days to go before country western singer Kenny Chesney takes the stage at Heinz Field, the city unveils all of its plans to have a safe, clean and enjoyable event.
Plum Teacher Held for Trial
A plum high school teacher has been ordered to trial on witness intimidation charges for allegedly identifying a student who accused another teacher of a sex crime by pointing at her in...
Duquesne University Increasing Employee Minimum Wage
Duquesne University is increasing its employee minimum wage to $16 an hour, slightly more than twice the state and federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.
Latest City Audit Released
The lack of controls for cash management in city departments continues to be a problem according the latest audit conducted by the city controller's office.
Amtrak to Install Cameras in Train Cabs Following Deadly Crash
Amtrak says it will be taking steps to increase the monitoring of activities inside its locomotive cabs.
PWSA Sued Over Water Meter Upgrades
A class action lawsuit is filed against the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
Peduto Travels to Cuba on Trade Mission
Mayor Bill Peduto is in Cuba.
Activists Protest 'School-to-Prison Pipeline'
Too many Pittsburgh school students are being sent home for minor infractions according to parents, students, teachers, and community activists who are protesting and calling for change.
Health Department Unveils 'Healthier Allegheny' Plan
The Allegheny County Health Department has released a five-year blueprint for improving the health of local residents.
Shots Fired In Liberty Tubes
Multiple gunshots were reported from inside the liberty tunnel early this morning, injuring one man, and possibly causing a crash in the tunnel.
New Corporate Carrier Begins Service at Pittsburgh International
Pittsburgh International's status as a former hub facility with plenty of space, helped attract a new airline.
Nepal Earthquake Benefit Scheduled for Thursday at Chatham University
A Nepal Earthquake Benefit Concert will be held at 7 PM this Thursday, May 28th at the Campbell Memorial Chapel on the Campus of Chatham University here in Pittsburgh.
The head of the U.S. Air Force, General Mark Welsh warns that severe defense budget cuts will impact U.S. air superiority against enemies that the nation may not be thinking about right now. Welsh told FOX News that China and Russia are two good examples of countries who will be fielding capability in the next three to five years that is better than what the U.S. currently has in many areas.
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