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Brett Brumbaugh threw three touchdown passes to lead South Fayette to a 31-22 win against Aliquippa in the WPIAL Class AA title game.
Eric Gonzalez-Huerta, 23, of Kentucky, has been charged with violations such as accidents involving death while not properly licensed.
State test results decline for all students and some subgroups, including economically disadvantaged and special education students.
Fees from the company and an influx of drivers to the system are prompting some to re-evaluate their roles.
Light Up Night began at noon today with a tree lighting at the City-County Building, Downtown.
The homes are part of an extensive plan to revitalize the neighborhood and attract more residents.
Pittsburgh City Council last week approved a contract of as much as $32,340 for ESM Advisors LLC.
A variety of traffic shifts and restrictions will be in place as a result, PennDOT announced.
The ramp will close at 6 p.m. today and reopen by 5 a.m. Monday as crews remove a wall and work on signs.
Clairton’s prolific offense will be on display again today against Avownorth in the WPIAL Class A championship game.
It might not be exactly where they want to be, but Steelers like where they are at a late-season open week.
Preservation groups, meanwhile, are considering nominations of three Forbes Avenue buildings featuring the facades for historic status.
Ken Thompson says: “I would like Pittsburgh to be a whole lot better to people.”
As of Friday more than 27,000 dolls had been ordered, Nickolay Lamm said.
Audubon prints will be on exhibition at the University of Pittsburgh’s Hillman Library.
It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday movie season, with family fare, musical extravaganzas and dramas on the road to Oscar night.
“The Hunger Games” nears its final chapter as it splits the “Mockingjay” novel into two movies, one now and one due in November 2015.
A poll over the summer found that 71 percent of voters supported a major federal investment in early education.
The Keystone XL pipeline is one of the nation’s most vexing problems because whatever happens is not likely to be good.