The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional major provisions of Act 13, the state’s 2012 oil and gas drilling law.
Pittsburgh researchers find that early onset of hot flashes under age 42 are associated with changes to cardiovascular health.
Gov. Tom Wolf urged lawmakers not to limit their expectations despite the waning of the legislative session.
The company will stop publishing the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review newspaper after Nov. 30 and and will lay off 106 workers.
The Senate has already authorized the projects, but other parts of the upper chamber’s legislation differs from the House version.
These folks aren’t afraid of the dark in a haunted warehouse and almost never miss a day of work. Meet Pittsburgh’s creepiest crew.
Pittsburgh City Council on Wednesday approved spending for two bike-lane projects, one of them to be finished this year.
District judge gives Henry Gaston 30 days to capture the bird, whose piercing calls have bothered neighbors for years.
The White House said Wednesday night that President Obama will lead a U.S. delegation to Jerusalem to attend Mr. Peres’ funeral Friday.
A Dutch-led investigation says a powerful surface-to-air missile system was trucked in from Russia.
How aggressive will the team be in trying to right the ship?
Versatile running back wants to be deployed in as many roles as possible in passing attack.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says that Mylan misclassified its autoinjector, cutting payments to federal and state
Another New York has snagged a key property in the Golden Triangle.
Pittsburgh’s favorite haunts as well as a few family-friendly autumn festivities, concerts and parties.
On Saturday night you will have a great opportunity to see the International Space Station moving across the sky.
Kansas ends longest creative drought with “The Prelude Implicit,” its first album in 16 years.
Daniel Krell and Ted Pappas are on their 27th show together for the Pittsburgh Public, with more in the works.
Obama wants to avoid the mess and leave it to his successor
Mr. Peres’ support of “land for peace,” starting in 1984, led him to pursue peace and security for Israel through the 1993 Oslo accords.