On the eve of the U.S. House vote on the proposed American Health Care Act, Keith Rothfus sent a questionnaire to those on his email list.
While many mental-health advocates defend the ACA, Rep. Tim Murphy argues Obama’s reforms have betrayed those with behavioral health issues.
Bernard Lindstrom, a retired U.S. Army colonel, has been in the role since September and had an agreement to be PWSA's head through Sunday.
A judge called for legal briefs in a dispute over redevelopment at the former Penn Plaza apartments site in East Liberty.
Daniel Lavelle is running unopposed and has not yet filed a report this year. Most candidates on the May 16 primary ballot have done so.
The city Ethics Board board called attention to a 2015 ordinance requiring candidates to provide monthly reports about financial activity.
Since election petitions were filed last week, political foes have been scouring rivals' filings for invalid signatures and other problems.
Board members disagree as to how robust a role they should have in providing oversight at the Allegheny County Jail.
Tim Murphy and Mike Doyle are on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, while Mike Kelly, is on the House Ways and Means Committee.
Despite losing the Democratic Party’s endorsement to Bill Peduto, Darlene Harris ends speculation about joining the race by filing
Darlene Harris, who was considering a run against Mayor Bill Peduto, said the result will play “a big part” in her decision to launch a bid.
Sheriff Bill Mullen faces Pittsburgh homicide detective George Satler, who worked for him when Mullen was a police zone commander.
Paul Gamrat was appointed to the post last month to replace Paul McKenna, who stepped down to do some traveling.
City Councilwoman Darlene Harris wants the Democratic endorsement for Pittsburgh mayor but she says she’s not officially a candidate
At the same time, the president sought Wednesday to build on the momentum of an address that invigorated fellow Republicans.
Beginning next Monday, constituents of U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey can find his office in Suite 1440 of the Grant Building, 310 Grant Street.
Steel City Stonewall Democrats choose Mayor Bill Peduto over his challengers, the Rev. John Welch and city Councilwoman Darlene Harris.
“I need to focus on other things, like college acceptances and all that other fun stuff that a senior is supposed to be thinking about.”
“We had a very respectful exchange with the senator,” said Jill Helbling, one of those organizing weekly “Tuesday with Toomey” protests.
Karina Ricks will serve as director for the department, which oversee planning for driverless cars, bicycling accommodations and roadways.