Naloxone can be obtained free of charge through Prevention Point Pittsburgh (www.pppgh.org).
What a bizarre 2016 political campaign.
Why don’t all drivers out there stop at stop signs?
State Rep. Pam DeLissio’s Pennsylvania Health Care Plan, HB 1688, provides all the supplemental coverage that anyone on Medicare would need.
Jeb Bush has the audacity to imply that President Barack Obama is anti-world peace.
It appears that we are galloping into the fog with guns blazing to exterminate deer in our community.
Our nation must be concerned about climate change and job loss due to robotics.
When an NFL player uses his helmet to hit another player, he can feel the impact almost as much as the other player.
Public and private investment is on the way ... and this time it’s for real!
The UPMC and Allegheny Health Network situation is chaotic and costly despite claims to the contrary.
The city school district has pursued an appeal on my property for three years.
Liberty and freedom are concepts that are hard for some educated people and some undereducated people to grasp.
Perhaps then we will become a kinder and gentler nation.
It is so important to pay it forward when we enjoy the cutting-edge medical care that Pittsburgh offers.
Many Pennsylvanians did not travel during the recent winter storm.
M&T has a long way to go before its factory, built in the 1800s, can fit into the modern and densely populated Lawrenceville of 2016.
David Garth’s Jan. 30 Saturday Diary read like an adolescent rant.
There’s a huge Steelers fan base in Central Pennsylvania.
Bernie Sanders will amply fill the U.S. presidency with good results.
The House and Senate passed an on-time, balanced budget by June 30, which Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed.
An animal does not have the value of a human life.
The Port Authority officers followed the use-of-force policy set forth in the Pennsylvania Crimes Code by the book.
Bruce Kelley Jr.’s life matters, more now than ever.
The Republicans will be “split” until they all realize that this whole new mix has a much broader appeal.
Americans pay for much of the military aid going to Thailand.
Fumigating and “fogging” are knockdown agents that go after only adult mosquitoes — and then it’s too late.
Tens of thousands of children die every year of malaria. The ban on DDT is responsible.
Politicians constantly give in on causes they believed in and promises they made in campaigns because their “owners” tell them what to do.
We want to ensure that patients have the confidence that they’re getting the best possible cancer care.
Why are the local lead levels rising so dramatically in the first place?
Millions of Americans are looking for job openings that don’t exist. What should we do for them?
Recall our Social Security benefits (“socialism”) and Medicare benefits (“socialism”)?
The extension will most likely add more traffic to an already overflowing, painful commute on the parkway.
Gov. Wolf has shown that he obviously has no regard for the rural citizens of the state who depend on these CAHs for their health care
Why is Beechview so neglected?
If it wasn’t for the unions, there wouldn’t be the good-paying jobs with benefits that help sustain our families
John Fetterman is running for a seat in the U.S. Senate.
Americans not yet born 25 years ago now regard U.S. military action as constant, distant and normal.
Without the difficult work of U.S. and Iranian diplomats, the incident involving the 10 U.S. sailors might have had a very different
Children are in danger of the long-term effects of the lead levels in the water, and officials did nothing for at least a year.
Retailers, large and small, many of whom are conservative Republicans, profit by the millions of dollars from the current system.
Yet again, state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe is leading the attack against the rights of hard-working, middle class Pennsylvanians.
Virtually all communities in the Route 51 to I-376 expressway corridor have passed resolutions of support for the project.
How can police “enforce the laws on the books” regarding gun trafficking when they have no idea who last purchased the guns?
It seems as though Erik Wemple of The Washington Post doesn’t want anyone to see “13 Hours” (“Fox News’ Favorite Movie,” Jan. 24).
Donald Trump is an unprincipled populist masquerading as a conservative.
Because he bet on games he will never see Cooperstown, but why can’t Cincinnati honor him?
The medical community is way too eager to prescribe these life-threatening medications in the guise of painkillers.
The perfect leader will have a vision for public education and be willing to remain in Pittsburgh long enough to see it implemented.
Department stores and other retail shops were plentiful in the 1940s and ’50s.