Pittsburgh Unemployment Held Steady in July
More people are looking for work in the Pittsburgh seven-county region, but the unemployment rate held firm at 5.2 percent in July.
Death of Woman in North Braddock Jail Cell Under Investigation
Allegheny County Police say they've been asked to investigate the death of a Turtle Creek woman who died while in a holding cell at the North Braddock police station Monday night.
City Reaches Settlement Agreement in Washington Boulevard Flooding Lawsuit
An agreement has been reached to settle the lawsuit against the City of Pittsburgh in connection with the fatal flooding that claimed four lives on Washington Boulevard back in 2011.
Knoxville Man Arrested in Allentown Stabbing
A Knoxville man is facing charges in connection with a stabbing in Allentown Tuesday afternoon. Police responded to the 700 block of Excelsior Street shortly after 1:30 p.m.
CDC Finds Your Heart May Be Older Than You Are
Is your heart older than your actual age? There's a new Centers For Disease Control Vital Signs report that says this is true for many Americans.
Pope Francis: All Priests Can Absolve Women Who Had Abortions
In a major move, Pope Francis is allowing all priests to absolve Catholic women who have had abortions.
New Nondiscrimination Legislation Introduced to City Council Today
City Councilman Dan Gilman introduced legislation to strengthen the City's nondiscrimination policies.
Quarter of a Million iPhones are Hacked
Hackers have compromised more than 225,000 Apple iPhones today.
Pittsburgh Dentist Using Paper Clips for Root Canals
A Pittsburgh dentist has admitted to using paper clips for root canals. Dr.
President Issues Apocalyptic Climate Warning
President Obama begins a three-day tour of Alaska, with his most Apocalyptic warnings yet about Climate Change.
Gamers' Legend of Buried Treasure Proves True
It was the stuff of console gamers' legend: A place in the New Mexico desert where the once-mighty Atari had buried a cache of mint condition copies of "E.T.
Joe Biden Plans Labor Day Visit To Pittsburgh
Vice president Joe Biden will be in Pittsburgh on Monday to take part in the city's Labor Day festivities.
Tuesday, the New York Stock Exchange invoked Rule 48, a measure designed to smooth the opening of the market amid potentially volatile conditions. Rule 48 was designed to be executed only when a number of special conditions exist. They include volatility during the previous day’s trading, trading in foreign markets before the open, and government announcements. The stock exchange invoked it on three consecutive trading days last week and again yesterday morning.
Do you agree with some lawmakers that renaming Mt Mckinley is insulting to Ohioans?