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Vice chancellor Randy P. Juhl becomes acting athletic director, and offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph will coach for Pitt’s bowl game.
A state legislator sits on a committee and votes on bills that could affect his outside financial interests. Is this OK?
Frederick Harris III, 47, is charged with killing his mother and stepfather, and putting their body parts in garbage cans.
One way to slow Kansas City's pass rush is to play a hurry-up style on offense.
Obama administration officials had considered Alan Gross' imprisonment an impediment to improving relations with Cuba.
Pittsburgh Public Schools’ board of directors unanimously approved a final budget Wednesday night of $556.8 million for 2015.
Michael J. Free, former owner of Electra Lighting and Electric, hid the assets by filling out false documents in a 2010 bankruptcy filing.
University of Pittsburgh Medical School study finds that the frail elderly benefit from the high-dose flu vaccine.
The actor, artist and arts educator found success on Pittsburgh stages before becoming a regular on the Los Angeles theater scene.
South Fayette's Hunter Hayes and Burrell's Natalie Myers honored
Penguins refuse to give mentally while mumps, injuries ravage their roster.
Federated analysts say the solid economic recovery, low inflation and historical indicators point to double-digit gains in the stock market
An upgrade for the make’s bottom-of-the-line model is an all-around improvement, but the reliability reports are not in yet.
He’s looking for legacy points and doesn’t have much to lose.
Philadelphia’s district attorney filed criminal charges against two Democratic legislators.