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Students returned to school the morning after residents, parents and alumni braved the chilly weather for a community candlelight event.
The White House is refocusing a $500 million grant program on job training programs that involve partnerships with regional employers.
The Penguins have considerably more playoff experience than Columbus, but they aren't counting on an easy first-round series.
The payoff for students in the Downtown university’s School of Communication is they get professional experience in a for-credit class.
"Earth Nest" by artist Duncan MacDiarmid at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art complements April's Earth Day themes.
Bill Stolze may be the first to test the market on a stretch of riverfront long considered a prime spot for residential development.
Sheldon Williams, a former police officer and instructor of the SWAT team, is now a pastor with the Allegheny Center Alliance Church.
The College Board announced the changes in March but today released detailed explanations and specifications, including sample questions.
John Gaisford worked in a mobile army surgical hospital in the Pacific theater and wrote a book about it.
Travis Ishikawa has benefited the most so far from the Pirates' platoon at first base, but Gaby Sanchez wants to capitalize on his chances.
The boxer was "scared to death" Tuesday as a black SUV drove him toward Carnegie, past a railroad crossing and a long stretch of warehouses.
PNC Financial Services Group this morning reported earnings of $992 million as it set aside less money to cover bad loans and expenses fell.
Koppers expects the $460 million acquisition of Osmose units to boost its positions in wood treatment products and railroad services.
The director goes crazier with color palette, bigger with global environmental message for film adding Andy Garcia, Bruno Mars voices.
Renovations are ahead of schedule, and theaters will reopen with stadium seating, new projection, sound system and lobby improvements.
The Defense Department’s Africa Command, created in 2008, continues to expand U.S. military activities in Africa.
The company is seeking PUC approval for what is referred to as “call and demand” taxi service.