Teen's Death Mourned in McKeesport
McKeesport students are coping with the loss of one of their classmates at the Founders' Hall Middle School.
Rick Perry Fires Up Crowd at CPAC
Day two of the Conservative Political Action Conference included appearances from Rick Perry, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, and Rand Paul.
Obama Announces Educational Initiatives in Florida
President Barack Obama and the First Lady have unveiled educational initiatives at a Florida high school.
Radiation Levels Normal at Gas Well Fire Site
Radiation levels are normal at the site of a gas well fire last month in Greene County.
Food Stamp Cuts Averted
Food stamp benefits will not be reduced to Pennsylvanians on heating assistance, as was threatened by the new farm bill passed by Congress. Radio PA's B.J.
Utility Rate Hike Hearings
Utility rate payers in Pennsylvania have been suffering from"sticker shock" this winter and a state lawmaker wants to know why.
North Side Boy Dies of Meningitis
Bacterial meningitis has claimed the life of a 6-year-old North Side boy. The unidentified child reportedly passed away Wednesday night at Allegheny General Hospital.
CCAC Approves Cost-Cutting Measures
A $3 million budget shortfall that must be erased by June 30 is leading to some cost-cutting moves at the Community College of Allegheny County.
Spring Forward This Weekend
Get ready to roll your clocks forward into daylight saving time this weekend.
Peduto Nominee's Credentials Questioned
There are questions about the qualifications of Mayor Bill Peduto's pick to be the next chief of the Bureau of Building Inspections.
McKeesport - Fatal Accident
A 14 year old girl was struck by a tri axle dump truck Thursday afternoon in McKeesport and later died at UPMC Children's Hospital in Lawrenceville.
Washington County - Fatal Crash
One man is dead following a rollover accident on interstate 70 in North Franklin Township, In Washington County last night.
The federal government is starting to join banks, utilities, and countless other industries in moving more information and operations online to save money. But a paper industry-backed group called Consumers for Paper Options recently launched a PR campaign to slow the federal government's dive into the digital age, arguing that the government is racing ahead of the public's ability to get online. They were able to place language in last month's budget deal that forces the government to resume paper delivery of annual Social Security earnings statements to 150 million Americans.
One year later, do you think the election of the Argentine-born pontiff Pope Francis was a positive change for the Catholic Church?