Authorities plan to block off an underpass at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for an appearance today by the Republican nominee.
The announcement of her visit coincides with a new radio ad that the campaign says will outline what’s at stake for black millennials.
The first lady will be campaigning for Hillary Clinton on Sept. 28 in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
The chief spoke in uniform before the Democratic National Committee at its convention in Philadelphia last month.
Senate foes accuse each other of championing pacts that hurt American workers.
Anne Holton has been Virginia’s secretary of education, a family-court judge and a lawyer working for the indigent.
It will be one of three stops the Democratic candidates -- either alone or together -- plan to make Sept. 5
“If we want to carry on the accomplishments of President Obama, we can’t backslide,” said school board vice president Sylvia Wilson.
The Democratic nominees for president and vice president will appear at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center at 5 p.m.
Leaders hope to forge a stronger relationship between the two sides but understand the underlying problems that keep them apart.
Act 99 aims to provide transparency and accountability to one of Pittsburgh’s financial overseers.
Pittsburgh's surplus is expected to exceed last year's $15 million, Michael Lamb said.
In-house labor cost the city nothing extra, the mayor’s administration said, but an audit by the controller put a $239,679 price tag on it.
The Upper St. Clair Republican’s legislation would make it easier for caregivers to access treatment plans of violent patients.
The Pittsburgh police union and city have sparred for years over whether officers should be required to live within the city limits.
Self-described conservative will face longtime incumbent Bill Shuster in general election after getting 1,069 unsolicited write-in votes.
The senators touted differing policies in reaction to mass killing.
Presumptive GOP nominee says he's got Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger's support, but Big Ben says he'll stay out of politics.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign rally is her first visit to Pittsburgh since she became the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Police Officer Tonya Ford says she was suspended for complaining about the issuance of parking variances.
Fred Crawford Jr.: Ravenstahl concerned about surveillance and said Mike Huss should fix valet owner’s problems with parking variances.
The goal of OpenGov Allegheny and Allegheny County Contracts Online is increased transparency and public engagement.
Advocates called for affordable, high-quality, inclusive early education at a press conference this morning in the City-County Building.
They came together at the Troy Hill restaurant Scratch for a tongue-in-cheek diplomatic summit, a prelude to Northside Sandwich Week.
Democrat Katie McGinty is challenging Republican Pat Toomey in a close contest that could help determine which party controls the Senate.
A state legislator from Allegheny County touts a bill that spotlights the national motto and ”service to a power higher than yourself.”
Governor hears from local leaders and those affected by the crisis on how to deal with the drug epidemic.
The devastating loss left him without a viable path to the Republican nomination.
An annual report about Pittsburgh’s finances released this morning noted some positive trends.
Squirrel Hill executive G. Reynolds “Renny” Clark will reach out to investigators, state agencies to clarify oversight agency’s finances.
The question now is what to do as Bernie Sanders’ odds of winning the Democratic nomination grow longer.
Commissioners decided to revise improvements after more than a dozen residents complained about existing traffic, excess noise and trash.
Heidelberg Mayor Ken LaSota contends he is just following the new protocol approved by council.
Dan Cohen of the Cohen Law Group told the board that the popularity of smartphones has led to “an increased demand for wireless broadband.”
The township hired a bond counsel for the possible purchase of Rolling Hills Country Club with the Peters Township School District.
List of delegates.
The results in the Democratic primary for the 46th Pennsylvania House district are still unclear.
According to the state, the vote is 48,686 to 47,677. That puts Mr. Shuster ahead of Art Halvorson by less than 1 percentage point.
Republicans in the precinct where John Kasich grew up — Ward 2, District 2 — granted him a narrow victory there: 18 votes to Mr. Trump’s 16.
Of the 71 Republican delegates at stake last night, only 17 will have their allegiances determined by the winner of the popular vote.
Voters in Pennsylvania and four other states will weigh in, as the front-runners in both parties get closer to clinching.
John Kasich closed his town hall event this evening with a populist tone.
Going into Tuesday primaries, conservatives are troubled by the issues, tone and choices.
Here’s a quick breakdown of races heading into Tuesday’s primary election.
Speaking at Gateway High School, the senator from Texas reprised his talking points, touting himself as the best GOP option to beat Clinton.
State Rep. Jaret Gibbons, a Democrat, has represented the district, which covers parts of Beaver, Lawrence and Butler counties, since 2007.
Voters can go online to verify registration and check polling stations.
“The total lack of substantiation of the transactions of the authority, that was bothersome,” District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. said.
Current and former elected officials support District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala and his stance on women’s rights.
The Democratic candidate will be making stops in Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh.