Audit of Gas Drilling Impact Fees Released
Drilling impact fees are being misspent and the state auditor general blames Act 13 and a lack of proper oversight.
Woodland Hills Principal Responds to Allegations
There's a call to let all the facts play out first before the rush to judgement against the Woodland Hills prinicipal accused of threatening a student.
Sentencing Delayed For Nicholas Trombetta
Sentencing for admitted felon and founder of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School Nicholas Trombetta is delayed for several months.
The Rearming of Egypt
Egypt is in the process of rearming its military, with weapons coming from diverse sources including the United States and Russia.
Congress Wrapping Up Unfinished Business
Congress is marching toward a final vote on legislation boosting medical research and speeding drug approvals while readying a separate stopgap spending bill to prevent the government from...
FBI Takes Down Cyber Criminal Network
The FBI Pittsburgh Cyber Crimes Office outsmarts cyber thieves who operated a complex and sophisticated network of malicious software.
Butler County Man Accused of Fatally Shooting Wife
A suicide attempt turns into a homicide in Butler County. This happened last night in the Borough of Chicora.
Legislative Probe Into Kathleen Kane Ends
A special state House committee has officially ended its probe into former Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Trump Transition Update and Pearl Harbor Anniversary
President-elect Donald Trump is still looking for a Secretary of State, but he has appointed Dr. Ben Carson to his cabinet.
Another Surprise Referendum Result in Europe
Italian Premier Matteo Renzi has announced his resignation after suffering a stinging loss in a reforms referendum, triggering immediate calls from a populist party and other opposition...
Local Man Released After Serving 40 Years in Jail
Following a ruling by the United States Supreme Court, a local man becomes the latest person to be freed from prison after receiving a life sentence for the conviction of a crime as a...
Police Investigating Wilkinsburg Homicide
The County Medical Examiner's Office has released the name of a man shot and killed in Wilkinsburg over the weekend.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin criticized the use of subsidies to keep Carrier Corporation from sending jobs to Mexico, as President-elect Donald Trump help brokered the deal heralding it as a great American victory. Carrier was given $7 million in financial incentives over the next decade to keep thousand jobs at an Indianapolis plant. Palin calling it "crony capitalism" when government arbitrarily provides subsidies favoring one business over another, she prefers competition on a level playing field for both jobs and consumers.
Did Donald Trump's conversation with Taiwan leaders hurt U.S.-China relationship?