Pittsburgh Joins Immigration Day of Action
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mayor Bill Peduto take a stand supporting immigrants and refugees.
Trump Warns Republicans They'll Pay a Price For Voting Against Health Care Overhaul
President Donald Trump visited Capitol Hill Tuesday in an effort to finalize support for the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Eleven Protesters Arrested at Allegheny County Jail
Pittsburgh Police are releasing more information about a protest that turned violent outside the Allegheny County Jail last night.
Brentwood Man in Custody After Police Shoot at His Car
A Brentwood man was arrested after state police shot out his windshield in Somerset County.
PSO Raises Funds For Wilkinsburg School Music Programs
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is returning to Wilkinsburg tonight for its 14th community engagement concert at the Wilkinsburg High School auditorium.
PennDOT Unveils Plans For Busy Construction Season
Roll out the traffic barrels. Dozens of roads, bridges, and tunnels in Allegheny County will undergo improvements in the upcoming construction season.
Pitt Hires First Female Athletic Director
A woman who received national recognition for being a turnaround specialist as the athletic director at Eastern Michigan University has been tapped to be the next AD at Pitt.
Let The Bidding Begin For Mexican Border Wall
Two requests for proposals have been published by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, including the specifications it expects for an American-Mexican border wall.
Global Economic Growth Continues But Strong Dollar Could Limit Benefit to U.S.
The global economy is in better shape in 2017.
Hazelwood Redevelopment Continues
A new French bakery offers fresh eats, great smells, and new hope for a continued rebound and redevelopment after the collapse of the steel industry.
Officials Investigating Water Contamination in Westmoreland County
Officials in Westmoreland County say water at a mobile home park is not safe to use, after someone poured an unknown substance into a water tower.
Woman Held For Husband's Death
A Frazer woman has been held for court on charges she shot and killed her husband.
The Turnpike has halted design and engineering work on the last leg of the Mon-Fayette Expressway in response to concerns raised this week by the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission questioning the value of the $2.2 billion project. County Executive Rich Fitzgerald favors canceling the construction, transferring the funds to other projects that better redevelop the Mon Valley. However Fayette County Commissioner Vincent Vicites believes the Turnpike can’t just shift funds to another regional project and wants the construction completed so the Expressway can be fully utilized and the region won't lose the money.
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