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The governor said he wanted to avoid any more school districts raising property taxes to cover their pension obligations.
Although big-name entertainment companies no longer are building hundreds of new theaters at a time, they continue to invest in Pittsburgh.
Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak Council advances audit of sports and stadium authorities, endorses funding for Heth‘s Run valley planning.
Local officials are promising more transparency in city and county government -- let‘s make sure they’re following through.
Starting Friday, a new tour eats its way from Market Square to the Strip and back.
Duquesne police Chief Richard Adams would not name the officers or their ranks, but said they remain employed pending an appeals process.
How are city and county governments doing on their pledges to make information readily available to the public?
Kristen L. Stefan, 37, drowned Wednesday afternoon while trying to save her young son and his friend in Lake Erie.
Both Lyft and Uber continue to operate in the Pittsburgh area despite a July 1 cease and desist order from an administrative law judge.
Gary Agnew joins former Penguins winger Rick Tocchet on the staff of new coach Mike Johnston.
Pirates notebook: Outfielder was placed on the bereavement list because of the death or illness of a family member; Matt Hague called up.
The Achieva Family Trust helps individuals with disabilities close the gap in funding for their medical services and other expenses.
Companies are trying to figure out whether their suppliers might be using minerals mined where armed conflict created a humanitarian crisis.
More than 90 bands are taking part in the second annual Deutschtown Music Festival on Saturday.
The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble returns for its 39th season with world premieres by Ted Hearne and Ryan Anthony Francis.
Our brains are being sucked into the clouds in service of our future masters.
Illegal immigrants have long crossed the Mexican border, but never like this. By the thousands, children arrive unaccompanied by parents.