Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
Growing up Through the Cracks
John Fetterman: Unconventional in size and rise
John Fetterman — the large, tattooed ex-mayor of Braddock — shed his comfortable beginnings and traditional office career to campaign for social equality.
ODs are down amid signs of recovery in hard-hit neighborhoods, but the region’s opioid binge still leaves a trail of heartache.
Where police consolidation has worked
Efficiency, savings drive police mergers, but opponents’ concerns include lack of funding
At local police departments, inequality abounds
Allegheny County’s 100-plus police departments have unequal resources, uneven policies and pay.
Penn Hills and Rankin: different towns, different takes on police consolidation
Penn Hills’ well-funded police department and Rankin’s threadbare force have very different takes on police consolidation.
Hiding Behind God
The Tree of Life mass shooting wrought death and anguish, but also fierce resolve
Squirrel Hill synagogue massacre: Remembering the victims
Sympathies, condolences pour in for victims of Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting