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Archive project at Heinz History Center documents reactions to Tree of Life

Archive project at Heinz History Center documents reactions to Tree of Life

“It's like trying to archive the ripples of a stone.”

Pittsburgh offered $6.7 billion in a failed bid for Amazon HQ2, one of the largest incentive proposals ever

Leaders said the bid brought institutions together and garnered bipartisan support, but it’s unclear if it will be useful in the future.

Ron Stallworth, author of Black Klansman who infiltrated the KKK in the 1970s, speaks at Elsie H. Hillman Auditorium Wednesday

"Stay true to the principles we use and worry about doing our job. For the most part, they did. I'm very pleased with the end result."

How Pittsburgh losing the Amazon HQ2 bid could affect the region’s economy

An increase in Pittsburgh's labor shortage could be coming, but Pittsburgh could fight it by renewing focus on attracting small and mid-size businesses.

Aging in the sex work industry

"I wish I had known that striving to reach standardized images of beauty, the ones that have been shoved down my throat since I was a little girl, was a waste of time."

Opioid overdoses of high-profile names like Mac Miller re-ignite national conversations about the epidemic

But what steps can actually be taken to stop this scourge?

Nonprofit CEO Quincy Kofi Swatson to run for North Side City Council seat

The North Side native is focusing his campaign on affordable-housing measures and taxing large Pittsburgh nonprofits.

Westmoreland Museum of American Art announces free admission to its permanent collection

“We also become a space where we can be political but not partisan, and I hope bring together different ideas and perspectives.”

The internet's role in influencing Pittsburgh’s alt-right killers

Both Robert Bowers and Joden Rocco participated with far-right groups online, and SPLC believes those groups could be encouraging them to violence.

Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang wants to give voters $1,000 a month and save our jobs from robots

Andrew Yang visits Pittsburgh for a special event at Factory Unlocked.

Local leaders, celebrities and Pittsburghers converge to rally for Tree of Life victims

Photos from the unity rally show Mrs. Rogers embracing Tom Hanks and Michael Keaton speaking proudly

Pittsburgh wants your input on its new bike master plan

City officials are drafting a vision to improve biking in Pittsburgh, and the want people to offer suggestions.

The Blue Wave didn’t crash in Pittsburgh, but Democrats made some ripples

Republicans won all of their competitive Allegheny County state House races, while Democrats picked up state Senate and U.S. House seats.

We rallied. We voted. What now?

We ask local activists and influencers what needs done in Pittsburgh, and how people can help after election day.

Dozens of white nationalism fliers hung in Pittsburgh's South Hills on Election Day

The fliers littered Brookline, Dormont and Mount Lebanon and backed the white nationalism group Patriot Front.

Star Trek star Zachary Quinto canvasses with Democratic state Rep. candidate Emily Skopov

The Hollywood actor is a Green Tree native and has campaigned for Barack Obama in the past. Now he wants to bring attention to state politics.

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