Carbon Monoxide Safety Initiative
Columbia Gas and Children's Hospital are partnering to promote carbon monoxide safety as part of poison prevention month.
Bull Market Fifth Anniversary
Sunday marked the fifth anniversary of the switch from a bear market to a bull market in stocks following the economic meltdown of 2008.
Winter Weather Impacts Home Sales
The West Penn Multi-List has released its February real estate report.
Bail Set For Suspect in Fatal Arson
Bail has been set at $750,000 for an East Hills man who has been granted a new trial on charges he started a fatal fire that killed three Pittsburgh firefighters.
Electric Rate Hike Legislation in Development
After receiving more than 2,000 complaints, state legislators have begun drawing up measures to address severe spikes in electric rates. Radio PA's B.J.
Benton Hearing Postponed
The preliminary hearing for Richard Benton of the city's East End has been postponed until next month so that he can retain an attorney.
Obama Warns Russia Not to Jeopardize Diplomacy
President Barack Obama is warning Russia not to annex Crimea or the door to diplomacy will be shut in the Ukraine crisis.
Charges Expected in Fatal Duquesne Crash
A Duquesne man, on his way to pick up his children, was struck and killed by a motorist who police suspect was speeding and driving under the influence.
Poll: College Graduates Have Better Quality of Life
Is it worth going to college and getting a degree? Robert Morris University says yes and backs it up with a survey released today by the RMU Polling Institute and Trib Total Media.
How to Marry Smart
Susan Patton, a graduate of one of the first classes of women at Princeton University, has heard smart young women admit they aspire to marriage and motherhood but they have no model for...
Cafe Scientifique Takes On Chronic Pain
Duquesne University researcher and Scientastic! creator Dr. John Pollock will give a presentation on chronic pain tonight at the Carnegie Science Center.
Wholesale Gas Tax Debate
Critics say Governor Tom Corbett broke his main campaign promise, but the governor says that's not how the majority of people see it.
Pittsburgh is one of six cities selected to receive funds and technical assistance from the national Green Lanes Project to create five miles of protected bike lanes. These lanes would place curbs, planters, and posts to separate traffic from the bike lanes. This is being done to encourage more people to ride their bikes in the city.
Do you think the federal government should continue printing and mailing Social Security statements rather than posting them online?