Meanwhile, Ohio Gov. John Kasich was the second-place Republican with about half the votes counted.
His tone was combative as he made a familiar call for increased school spending and higher taxes in Pennsylvania.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have proposed a model for better air pollution tracking around U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works.
As spring approaches, state health workers are exploring how to handle any potential hazards when mosquito season stirs.
The proposal would bring eight planes to replace C-130 planes used now and an additional 400 full-time personnel to the Moon site.
With officials in all sports watching closely today, the NHL must uphold 20-game suspension for Calgary’s Dennis Wideman after hearing.
Judge must decide whether Desmon Wilson voluntarily spoke to the police about a 2014 homicide.
Wendell Hissrich, a former city paramedic, is tasked with overseeing emergency management, police and fire bureaus, and other services.
Gov. Tom Wolf and state Sen. Jay Costa, in Harrisburg, field questions Tuesday from CCAC students and employees.
The governor’s education funding proposal draws optimism and skepticism from school leaders.
The Dukes were close to closing an impressive road win against a Top 25 opponent, but then the Flyers stormed back for a win.
The Jayhawks avenge their loss to the Mountaineers a month ago with a win that forces a three-way tie for first in the Big 12.
The jewelry industry’s 3 months’ salary guideline is now being challenged as the proper amount to spend on an engagement ring
Seeking ”world-class” performance, struggling U.S. Steel outsources more jobs.
The exhibition “Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest” closes Sunday at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Eli Manning explains his sad face in luxury box at the Super Bowl and is good-natured about all the memes.
Pittsburgh Christians and Jews should visit the Holy Land together.
Gov. Tom Wolf is caught in a time warp. It’s February 2016, but he thinks it’s November 2015.