Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
Little Blue Run
The lake is the largest coal ash dump in the nation
Patented in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh is filled with people trying to win patents. PPG is at the front of the line.
In Greene County, school budgets are being hollowed out by dwindling coal reserves
‘Where are these folks supposed to go?’ Hazelwood renewal comes with fears of displacement
Foundations are working with the community, but the fate of low-income residents is the ‘thing that’s keeping everybody up at night’
After Danielle’s Fall
For three families bound together by a deadly night on Broadway, the opioid epidemic brought six months of searing questions.
Verizon top performer for sixth straight year
A strong economy and bull market made 2017 a good year for many regional companies. Metals, energy companies were among the top performers.
Adversity has hit shopping centers hard, but news isn’t all bad
Not your typical coders
Think you know what the region’s economy did in the past decade? Try charting it.
The Steel City was the darling of many narratives, as it sanded off the rust and started coding
There was a time when Pittsburgh home prices just sat there
A decade ago, more than a third of Pittsburgh-area homes on average were decreasing in value