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For parents who work nights and weekends, study finds child care is especially difficult

Despite the apparent gap between supply and need, child care providers aren’t rushing to fill the void.

By Avi Wolfman-Arent, Keystone Crossroads

At gun rights rally, Rep. Metcalfe calls for the impeachment of Pittsburgh mayor

Hundred attended a Second Amendment rally in the state Capitol
By Ed Mahon

Principal turnover highest in Pa. cities, study says

School leaders may be getting whiter, too
By Avi Wolfman-Arent, Keystone Crossroads

In Pittsburgh, ‘a lot of pain, and a lot of beauty.’ How will it change the city?

Wrestling with grief, the city and its people summon their strength for what lies ahead
By Ed Mahon

Prosecutors seek death penalty in Pittsburgh shooting–but it’s far from settled

It's more common for states to hand down death penalties than the federal government.
By Katie Meyer

More details emerging about gunman in deadly synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh

"We will not try to rationalize irrational behavior."
By Katie Meyer