Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
Dreams of a dreamer
Gisele Fetterman aims to spread her community service statewide as second lady
At 16, depression and gender dysphoria nearly broke Colby Love. Now, he’s back in the pool — and his story isn’t over.
Where fighting poverty is a priority
In the “Compassionate City,” governmental unity has helped to reduce child poverty rates.
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