Barbara Bush, wife to former President George H. W. Bush, passed away at the age of 92 on Tuesday. Jenn Riffee explains what made her a great first lady, wife, mother and grandmother in today's blog.
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A recent court case ruled that social media posts could not be admitted into evidence without first a demonstration of proper authentication, Ty Smith explains.
Pittsburgh has a lot to offer for sports fans, but it also has a thriving theatre scene. Recently, Donneshia Johnson saw "The Bodyguard: A Musical" at the Benedum Theater and gave us her review.
Attention coffee addicts - your coffee may soon come with a cancer warning label. Maggie Tague explains an ongoing case against major coffee providers to ensure they provide a "clear and reasonable" warning about the presence of high levels of a chemical known as acrylamide, which is considered both toxic and carcinogenic.
On April 4, 1983, President Reagan proclaimed April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. We have come a long way in protecting our children but there is still more to be done, Bordas & Bordas explains.
Baseball season is upon us, folks! Michele Rejonis explains how she fell in love with the Pirates and ultimately, baseball itself.
Unfair debt collection practices continue to plague our region, Jason Causey explains more in this blog post.
This Sunday the 10th is the Easter Seals Telethon - please consider donating to this great cause!
Jenn Riffee explains that perfect moms don't exist because your doing your best is good enough.
A new bill aimed at allowing the interstate operation of commercial vehicles by 18 to 21-year-olds has hit the floor of Congress, with support from various lawmakers, the International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) and the American Trucking Associations (ATA), Chris McCabe explains.