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Redrawn 3rd and 12th Congressional districts favor Republican incumbents Mike Kelly and Keith Rothfus.
In a South Side appearance, former President Bill Clinton said Democrats must vote Nov. 4 to ensure Tom Wolf becomes governor.
Polls continue to show Corbett facing tough odds; they disagree on just how tough.
Wolf’s running mate considers double duty; might retain Senate seat if elected.
The budget is scheduled to be presented to City Council in the second week of November.
Pittsburgh can expect up to $7 million a year in new revenue from parking meters.
Contingent of restaurant owners reiterate their disapproval of the countywide grading plan.
Cosette Grant-Overton resigned Monday after she was confronted with information that she hadn’t fulfilled the city’s residency requirement.
A $100,000 payment was approved to settle a lawsuit brought by a victim of Adam Skweres, a former city police officer.
It would be hard to build a privately funded, full-service hotel near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, a professor from Texas said.
Darlene Harris’ legislation would provide $500 a year per animal for feeding costs and allocate money for veterinary care.
For the third year in a row, the budget isn’t expected to require an increase in the county property tax.
Problems persist with Mayor Bill Peduto’s signature campaign finance law, more than a year after a judge urged a rewrite.