The Shit List: Our guide to 10 state legislators from the Pittsburgh area who need to clean up their act

The Shit List: Our guide to 10 state legislators from the Pittsburgh area who need to clean up their act

We considered the politicians’ support of homophobic, xenophobic, anti-labor and environmentally-unfriendly legislation

Allegheny County Board of Health says no to HPV-vaccine mandate

A contentious meeting this week led the Allegheny County Board of Health to abandon an idea to mandate the HPV vaccine.

Bernie supporters disappointed, but most express no appetite to ‘gamble’

Clinton campaign holds "Pennsylvania Together" event in Pittsburgh where Sanders delegates voiced support, some with heavy hearts.

A new proposal would reduce emission limits at Cheswick power plant outside Pittsburgh

“We feel the facility can easily and economically meet these emissions limits.”

The Pittsburgh Chamber of Cooperatives is raising awareness about the benefits of co-ops.

“You mention cooperatives to people and immediately you can see people, ‘Oh yeah, that’s a hippie thing.’”

Yellow Cab is doing away with its iconic and tarnished brand in favor of zTrip

“For good or bad, it was time.”

Black Lives Matter supporters gather for second march in Downtown Pittsburgh this weekend

In Pittsburgh and around the country, Black Lives Matter took to the streets this weekend.

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto providing help for local undocumented immigrant facing deportation

Undocumented immigrant Martin Esquivel-Hernandez is currently facing deportation, despite his lack of a criminal record and strong ties to Pittsburgh's Latino community.

Live coverage of the Local Progress and the People's Convention in Pittsburgh

Nearly 1,000 grassroots activists are in Pittsburgh for the Center for Public Democracy's People's Convention and Local Progress national meeting.

Warhol director Eric Shiner heading back to New York

After five years at the helm, Eric Shiner is moving on to a job at Sotheby's

Community initiative should help Pittsburgh’s struggling East End neighborhoods, but some say they’ve been left out of the mix

“We are feeling those same pressures that the rest of the East End is feeling.”

Pittsburgh to host progressive activists, leaders at National People’s Convention

“We’ve shown at the local level we can accomplish things and we can continue to accomplish things no matter who is president.”

Pittsburgh’s Bicentennial celebration will showcase the city’s past, present and future

A giant-puppet parade highlights this weekend’s events

Presidential candidate Donald Trump focuses on trade in stump speech in Monessen

Trump visits small-town Pennsylvania, promising to fix NAFTA, get rid of the TPP, and bring back manufacturing jobs.

Locally based, internationally known artist Ali Momeni wants to change our relationship with insects

“These pieces are all about setting up a very human context around these insects.”

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