Funding to Fight Zika Virus Remains in Limbo
Democrats continue to push their GOP colleagues to pass President Barack Obama's Zika funding request.
Workers Memorial Day Observed in Market Square
A solemn service of remembrance is held in Market Square today in memory of workers who died on the job.
Health Department Investigating Outbreak of Illness at CMU
An official investigation is being launched to determine what sickened some 15 Carnegie Mellon University students this week.
Wolf Hopes to Avoid Another Long Budget Battle
Governor Tom Wolf says he remains optimistic that his office and state legislators will be able to get a budget passed by July 1 and avoid another long budget battle.
Peduto: City Will Continue to Pursue Suit Against ICA
The Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority or ICA has a new board majority and no less than three investigations are underway into the state-appointed financial overseer's finances but...
State Officials: No Major Issues Reported on Election Day
State officials say Tuesday's primary election went quite smoothly.
Affordable Housing Task Force Set to Release Recommendations
One year and five community forums later, the Pittsburgh Affordable Housing Task Force is releasing its recommendations to protect low-income homeowners and renters.
T Service Resumes After Morning Shutdown
Port Authority officials are investigating an incident that shut down light rail service for about three hours today.
FBI Stays Mum on How iPhone Was Hacked
The FBI has decided not to let Apple know how they hacked into iPhones, citing the company's own words that once they learn, they'll eliminate the vulnerability.
Pittsburgh's Jobless Rate Inched Up in March
More people are looking for work in the 7-county Pittsburgh region.
FDA Urged to Ban Powdered Caffeine Products
Caffeine powder deaths are leading families to face off with the FDA, demanding that the agency ban pure powdered caffeine.
Primary Election Voter Prep
The big day is underway; it's primary election day in Pennsylvania and the state department overseeing the election process has some advice to help prepare those heading to the polls.
The Supreme Court seems ready to overturn the conviction of Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on political corruption charges placing limits on the reach of federal bribery laws. Judges have expressed concerns about giving prosecutors too much power to criminalize everyday acts politicians perform for constituents. At issue is a federal law that bars public officials from accepting money or gifts. Justice Department disagreed saying for the court to rule that bribery laws in place for decades are too vague would be a recipe for corruption.
Do you think Ted Cruz and John Kasich alliance is collusion or politics as usual?