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As Natalia Rudiak’s time on Pittsburgh City Council comes to an end, she points to successes in District 4
Rudiak is backing her chief of staff, Ashleigh Deemer, to take her seat.
Pennsylvania state senators who championed medical marijuana hopeful program will be running by Valentine’s Day 2018
They’re also not super worried about the feds.
Pittsburgh Democrats want to raise Pa.’s minimum wage, but getting state Republicans on board won’t be easy
Whether your state rep. or senator supports raising the minimum wage depends on if there’s a “D” or “R” after his name.
It’s $$$ depending on what you want to see.
Lead! Affordable housing! And yes, there was even a mention of bike lanes.
They will rally Wednesday in Harrisburg. And you can join them.
The Tax March is one of more than 100 happening across the country Saturday.
Pa. legislature weighs how much you get to know about police body cameras, officers involved in shootings
A bill governing body camera policies is just one piece of policing legislation working its way through the state legislature.
Including ones on the South Side, North Shore and in the Strip District
East Liberty? Andy Warhol? Revitalized? Primanti Bros.? BINGO!
Similar bills died in the House State Government committee last session.
Data on anxiety meds, fast food and smoking will help Allegheny County target heart disease interventions
“Diseases of the heart” is the No. 1 cause of death in Allegheny County.
Come meet these leaders later this month at Studio AM.
Darlene Harris rode a Shrine Circus camel and elephant — and some Pittsburghers are pissed at the mayoral candidate
“Disgusting!!! How can you ride on the backs of enslaved animals!?”
Pittsburgh’s District 2 has a lot to offer, but also an awareness problem, says councilmember Theresa Kail-Smith
“There’s something for everybody in District 2,” Kail-Smith said.
A bill passed the House with support from both Democrats and Republicans from the Pittsburgh area.
The unionized cleaners are starting off the season without a contract.
Pittsburgh’s Human Relations commission wants to add protections for more discrimination whistleblowers
Currently, the Pittsburgh code only provides retaliation protections for people with employment complaints.
“Open discourse and debate are the bedrock of our democracy, therefore attacks on civil liberties cannot be tolerated.”