Today's the day. Donald Trump becomes POTUS. And five of his supporters from the Pittsburgh area shared why they made the trip to D.C. for his inauguration. There's Tricia Cunningham, known for wishing callers to her voicemail a "Trumptastic Day," and there's Alex Pelkington, who went in with a friend on 50 raffle tickets to get to D.C.
Pittsburgh’s ‘sister march’ is still on, but there’s another, intersectional option on Saturday, too
As women March on Washington, two groups in Pittsburgh will rally: one Downtown, as part of the nationwide sister marches, the other, a march for intersectional feminists in East Liberty. This is how Pittsburgh ended up with two rallies and the plans for each.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is giving Pennsylvania six more months to make Pa. driver's licenses comply with federal anti-terrorism protocol, The Morning Call reports. Without the extension, a Pa. ID wouldn't get you into federal buildings, military installations and nuclear facilities starting Jan. 30. Plus, it would prevent Pennsylvanians from flying on commercial airplanes starting in Jan 22, 2018.
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Soon, you won't have to use all your data as you look at Facebook/Twitter/Instagram while waiting for the T. Comcast wants to put free WiFi in the seven most-used T stations. Key word: stations. The WiFi won't work on the trains or underground, and the plan still has to be approved, per TribLive.