Funeral Services Held for City Worker Killed in Shooting
A city worker killed in a drive-by shooting is laid to rest while Mayor Bill Peduto calls for an end to senseless killings in Pittsburgh.
Plan to Divert Funding to Transit Study Attacked at City Council Meeting
There's heated discussion over the Peduto administration's proposal to move $1.6 million previously dedicated for a senior center to help fund a transit study.
New Commissary Opens Its Doors in Moon
A new $15 million military commissary opened Tuesday in Moon to replace the old, outdated store in Collier.
August Wilson Center Sale Finalized
The court's final stamp of approval is given to the sale of the August Wilson Center to a coalition of Pittsburgh foundations.
Staples Investigating Possible Data Breach
There's been yet another possible data breach at a major retailer.
Some County Council Members Outspending Their Expense Accounts
Allegheny County Council is looking into whether they're allotted enough money each year for council activities.
Chevron Investing 20 Million to Educate and Train Local Workers
Adding to the list of benefits gained from natural gas drilling in southwestern Pennsylvania, the Chevron Corporation plans on spending $20 million dollars for a multi-state initiative...
Corbett Gaining in Polls
Republicans seem to be coming home for Tom Corbett in the closing days of the Pennsylvania governor's race.
Bill Clinton Campaigns for Wolf
Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for democratic gubernatorial nominee Tom Wolf next Monday.
Texas Sex Offender Confesses to Series of Murders
People in Gary, Indiana, are shocked at the discovery of seven bodies in their community in recent days.
Update on Police Manhunt for Eric Frein
Authorities believe they may have spotted Eric Frein, the man accused of opening fire outside the Blooming Grove state police barracks on Sept.
Jury Selection Begins Today In Ferante Murder Trial
Jury selection is underway in the case of 65-year-old Dr. Robert Ferrante, a University of Pittsburgh researcher. Ferrante is accused of using cyanide to kill his wife, Dr.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Given the problems with the new health care law, should Congress and the president go through the law piece by piece to improve it, repeal the entire law and start over again or leave the law as it is? <More Info>
According to the latest Rasmussen Report national survey 39-percent of likely U.S. voters want Congress to repeal Obamacare in its entirety and start over again. While 40-percent think Congress should go through the law piece-by-piece and improve it. 15-percent want to leave the law as is.
With less than two and half months left in the year, do you believe the Dow Jones Industrial Average will close below its January high?