Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
Fair Housing is 50, but has its promise been realized?
Woodland Hills, a district scarred by violence, copes with tragedy
Schools can be first defense against addiction
The OD of an alumnus. The cry of a student with a parent in addiction. The community’s opioid cloud. Schools are waking up to the epidemic.
If Amazon came to Hazelwood…
Lies, false charges and jail
A Pittsburgh couple’s two-year ordeal battling the criminal justice system.
Urgency, anger and a local focus fuel black activism in Pittsburgh
“This is going to be a catalyst. We’re taking back our community.”
Modern-day debtors’ prisons? The system that sends Pennsylvanians to jail over unpaid court costs and fines
The ACLU is intervening across the country in cases where the poor are jailed for failure to make court payments.
Life and death on Santron Ave
Voice on realities of addiction makes last stop
Gary Thomas Fisher Jr. knew that every shot was a gamble.
Riding OD road
How an unassuming city neighborhood became the overdose capital of the region