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Senator Doug Mastriano, who was at U.S. Capitol, is Urged to Resign

January 11, 2021

Doug Mastriano, a Republican state senator, who was on the scene when a violent mob of fellow President Donald Trump supporters besieging the U.S. Capitol should resign, the top Democrat in the Pennsylvania Senate said Thursd...Read More

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Sixteen Businesses are Cited by the State for Breaking COVID-19 Rules

December 14, 2020

Sixteen Bars and Restaurants Broke Pandemic Restrictions Sixteen businesses were issue violation letters by the state police liquor control enforcement bureau. Ho...Read More


Water and Sewer Authority is Charged with Clean Water Act violations

November 20, 2020

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has many violations of the Clean Water Act to sort out. Wednesday, November 18th, they announced there were charges that require addressing. This, of course, is regarded in the most se...Read More


Putting Carbon Back Into the Earth is a Bipartisan Strategy

November 3, 2020

To begin with, digging carbon out of the Earth with oil, coal, and natural gas. It relates to Pennsylvania’s fortunes for centuries. To Remain a Fossil...Read More


Economy and Impact of Pandemic Discussed by Eugene Scalia

October 15, 2020

The U.S. economy is making progress in coming back from the impact of the pandemic, said U.S. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia during a stop in Pittsburgh. Corona V...Read More


Scammers Target Unemployment Program in Pittsburgh, PA

September 28, 2020

PITTSBURGH, PA: Scammers are filing fraudulent claims in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a result, the payments for these new claims through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program are on pause. The federal system expands t...Read More


Online Classes On Top Of Laptop Passes Throughout Pittsburgh

September 8, 2020

Pittsburgh, PA - It's the first day of school and students already have their laptops, on top of their homework, to take care of online coursework. Times have chang...Read More


Brillobox Closes Down Permanently

August 5, 2020

Pittsburgh, PA - Brillobox - a popular club for nightlife in the city, is closing its doors for good. Club owners Lou Ickes and Janessa Walter released a Faceb...Read More

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Eviction Freeze is Up and Renters are Worried

July 9, 2020

Pennsylvania's eviction freeze ends tomorrow, July 10th. The temporary delay allowed residents suffering from the financial impact of COVID-19 to remain in their homes. Once the ban is lifted, landlords have the right to evic...Read More

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Police Chief Kneels With Beechview Protesters

June 8, 2020

“It felt like the right thing to do,” says Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert. Schubert and his police force kneeled in solidarity with protesters on Friday June 5th. ...Read More

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