Stein's lawyer, Lawrence Otter of Bucks County, filed a lawsuit in Harrisburg’s Commonwealth Court at 3 p.m. Monday asking for a full recount of every Pennsylvania county. The lawsuit is being enacted on behalf of at least 100 state voters, who believe “that there is a legitimate and good faith basis to contest the Presidential Election in the Commonwealth.”
After Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday comes #GivingTuesday. In addition to the many ways you can donate, you can tag a selfie of you and a ketchup bottle with #heinzselfieforgood to have the food company donate up to $1.57.
A white man serving time in a state prison after he drunkenly beat a black man in a T station is expected to plead guilty to a federal hate crime, the Associated Press' Joe Mandak reported. "The anticipated plea in this case ensures that Ryan Kyle is held fully accountable for a federal hate crime that carries a significant sentence, highlights the radial motivation for the offense, and demonstrates the federal government's commitment to prosecuting racially-motivated crimes," U.S. Attorney David Hickton told Mandak.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh is hosting holiday-themed trivia on Giving Tuesday. A $20 ticket includes one drink and appetizers. Register your team ahead of time at bbbspgh.org/holidaytrivia.
Where: Buckhead Saloon Pittsburgh at 225 W. Station Square Drive (South Shore)
When: November 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
How much: $20
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So maybe you've seen “Twenty-Two Year Old Seeks Victorian Fixer-Upper in Pittsburgh" and watched as Michelle Becker and her ex toured homes in Beechview, Dormont and Regent Square. But how much of it was real? The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Gretchen McKay talked to Becker to find out.
6 locations. 6,000 eggs. 7,200 pancakes. Read on, and prepare to drool while reading this list of "Seven Things Which Make Pamela's Diners So Popular" from Pittsburgh Magazine's Phoebe Gilmore.