Black Pennsylvanians are 21 times more likely to be sentenced to life in prison for second-degree murder than white people, research found.
As Pittsburgh draws more jobs in the tech and health care fields, it becomes a more desirable city for real estate investment wishing to profit off of neighborhoods’ increased area median incomes.
Mark Nordenberg, a 72-year-old resident of Allegheny County, will chair the Legislative Reapportionment Commission, a five member group that will redraw all 253 Pennsylvania General Assembly districts this year.
According to the Department of State, 698,280 registered Pennsylvania voters have applied for a mail-in ballot and 43,602 voters have applied for an absentee ballot for a total of 741,882 ballot applications.
Pennsylvania voters historically have approved constitutional amendments when they're put before them.
But without government support, most states would have sustained declines in personal income, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Holocaust is not a rhetorical device to be manipulated and deployed against one’s political opponents, and to use it as such is contemptible.
It’s hard these days to keep track of all the decrepitude in public life, so forgive me if I highlight some new sleaze that has likely escaped your notice.
Black lawmakers could hold the deciding votes on two long-sought changes to state driving laws, giving them the rare leverage to ask that an expansion of police oversight be accompanied by protections for Black drivers.
By Kimberly Rooney PITTSBURGH -- With many outdated water systems located throughout the country, many with varying levels of transparency, it's often difficult to know exactly what’s in the water that flows out of our...