Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
Riding OD road
How an unassuming city neighborhood became the overdose capital of the region
Down the stream
Pittsburgh’s climate is changing and some are fighting back
Pittsburgh’s powerful nonprofits
No longer just charities, Pittsburgh nonprofits have extraordinary influence on the economy, development, government
Angels, heartbreak and murder
The family of a young man with mental illness tried to get help, but couldn’t until he turned violent.
The limits of 8
Section 8 vouchers were designed to give low-income people choice in housing. A PG data analysis shows their choices are mainly in low-income areas
IBEW president Herman Marshman finds himself in a fight not just with the company but with his own union members
Unsettled in America
Pittsburgh’s Latino community is small, diverse, growing — and anxious.
Pittsburgh Hip-Hop Showcase
We invited anyone 16 or older to rap about life in Pittsburgh. These six verses stood out.
As America’s political discourse becomes more volatile, we asked H.S. seniors to share their hopes, fears
Two decades of choice
Charter schools have dramatically changed the education landscape in Pennsylvania