Four Syrian families already have settled in Pittsburgh. One of the women gave birth to a child Thursday morning.
A high of near 23 degrees and a wind chill of minus-2 today will plummet to a low of 3 tonight in the Pittsburgh area.
The Steelers find themselves with less financial flexibility than most public projections anticipated.
A Pew Research study indicates the youngest and oldest users are increasing their use of dating apps and services, even in Pittsburgh.
Business owner teams up with a previous owner to turn 1896 Italianate-style house into a showpiece.
Three local runners to compete Saturday in U.S. Olympic team trials for the marathon.
The program is one of many in the county that uses a regional computer network coordinated by the Allegheny Intermediate Unit.
Judge orders Joseph Nocito, 44, of Edgeworth, to federal prison for 16 months and ordered him to pay $1.8 million in restitution.
Airport leaders are looking for stronger improvement in 2016.
The closure will begin at 7 a.m. and continue around-the-clock through Friday at 5 p.m.
The odds of playing basketball were stacked against New Castle’s Micah Fulena, who had to beat leukemia first.
Imani Christian’s Cali Konek will face Quigley’s Gabbie Smith in playoff-opening battle of WPIAL’s top two scorers this season.
The focus now, CEO Mike Archbold told analysts, “is on longer term shareholder value. We’re in this for the long haul.”
The university’s future includes an expanded partnership with the region’s corporate community, Patrick Gallagher said Thursday.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Post-Gazette asked prominent Pittsburghers and readers to share how they met their significant other.
Pittsburgh readers talk about red socks and chance meetings in telling how they met their Valentine.
Moviegoers may love and hate “Deadpool,” which allows star Ryan Reynolds to make amends for 2011’s “Green Lantern.”
“Vinyl” disappoints but “Better Call Saul” returns to AMC in fine shape; “The Good Wife” creators planned for the show’s ending.
The city of Pittsburgh expects to save a lot by paying employee medical bills.
The survival of the August Wilson Center was an open question. But now it’s filled with culture and life, and on track to grow.