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Pittsburgh has the most educated immigrants in the U.S.

Data shows that 58 percent of the Pittsburgh region's immigrants are college educated.

Questions about eviction? Landlord-Tenant Town Hall provides legal advice

Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts and Judge Mik Pappas try to combat housing insecutiry with workshop

Pittsburgh news site The Incline is up for sale

The Incline's parent company Spirited Media is reportedly in talks with a local buyer.

1Hood Media organizing support for Antwon Rose’s family during the Michael Rosfeld trial

The group is asking supporters to provide transportation and food for people attending the trial of Rose’s shooter, which begins March 19

What’s with Rep. Conor Lamb’s procedural votes against the Democratic Party?

Lamb's votes with the GOP on procedural Motions to Recommit, explained

Oakmont approves new ordinance to ward off fracking

Oakmont is the latest of several Pittsburgh-area suburbs to regulate natural-gas drilling in the region through local protections.

Democratic state Sen. candidate Pam Iovino snags several union endorsements

Iovino is running in a special election for SD-37 that will take place on April 2

Damon Young and the trauma of being Black in Pittsburgh

Young’s new book explores his life experience, and the search for comforting places to be Black in Pittsburgh

Why that report ranking Pittsburgh among the nation’s worst traffic may be wrong

The report has been accused of having bias against dense cities, and other data conflicts with its conclusions.

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