At 10 a.m., Allegheny County’s Elections Division will recanvass voting machines from 52 districts. That’s happening because at least three voters in each of those precincts signed an affidavit seeking a recount or recanvass of votes as well as a forensic analysis of voting machines. Those voters aren't getting everything they asked for. Here's what will — and what won't — happen today. And, btw, our recanvassing is happening at the same time Jill Stein will be in NYC talking about her plans to take the Pa. recount to the federal level after dropping a lawsuit to recount the votes.
Want to help? 412 Food Rescue recently introduced an app that allows volunteers to digitally raise their hands and accept food rescue assignments. Download Food Rescue Hero and, in just a few minutes, sign up to be a volunteer. From there, users can check out available assignments, such as picking up lettuce at Paragon and dropping it off at Community Kitchen Pittsburgh, a job training and food education nonprofit.
When Rep. Adam Harris goes out for a beer, he always pulls out his phone and checks into Untappd. It's representative of how much the 41-year-old Republican legislator —and chair of the House Liquor Control Committee — loves good beer, Billy Penn's Danya Henninger reported. So what could this mean for state liquor laws?
|What||Have you been naughty this year? Then you'll want to celebrate Krampusnacht in Market Square, which is currently home to the Peoples Holiday Market. The Krampus Krawl, or Krampuslauf, begins at 7 p.m. Per the organizers, it's "a run of celebrants dressed as Krampus, often fueled by alcohol. It is customary to offer a Krampus schnapps. The procession often takes on the appearance of a parade, with the hairy beasts performing for onlookers."|
|Where||Market Square at 23 Market Place (Downtown)|
|When||December 5, 2016 at 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm|
The Incline Likes
Sure, they seem to be all the rage today, but even back in 1984, Carnegie Mellon was researching computer-controlled vehicles, and its retrofitted Army ambulance was on the roads in Pittsburgh through the '90s. The Verge took a drive down memory lane to introduce us to that vehicle known as ALVINN, the Autonomous Land Vehicle In a Neural Network.