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Former state Sen. Jane Orie can still further appeal her conviction if she chooses.
They will discuss many of the issues around living wages and unionization that about a thousand protesters brought to Downtown sidewalks.
The Democratic National Committee has invited Pittsburgh to be among the contenders to host the party's convention in 2016.
A lawsuit by community groups against the city of Pittsburgh and former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, unsealed Wednesday, could reopen old feuds.
Lourdes Sanchez-Ridge brings a range of experience to her new role as the city's solicitor and chief legal officer.
Jack Wagner, former Pittsburgh councilman, state senator and state auditor general, is seeking his party's nomination for the second time.
He touted the group as being potential change makers.
Mark Brentley Sr., a veteran Pittsburgh school board member, is challenging state Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Hill District.
Mr. Solobay, D-Canonsburg, cited his roles in economic development, job growth, infrastructure improvements in announcing the decision.
Allegheny County is beefing up its corps of attorneys handling inmate lawsuits and seeking a meeting with federal judges.
As the two largest taxi companies prepare to fight to keep two ride-sharing companies out of Pittsburgh, they also fight image problems.
An attempt to name a new soccer field in the North Side after former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl is raising questions.
Boyce Park, a county park in Monroeville and Plum, is having its best winter in years.
State Sen. Richard Kasunic, D-Dunbar, announced Thursday he will retire in November from a 32-year career in the General Assembly.
Tom Michalow, a public school teacher from Avalon, launched his bid for the Democratic nomination for the 20th District House seat.