The state House, however, authorized a resolution to move forward with an attempt to impeach Kathleen Kane.
Attorney: Police chief’s ruling was the first of a possible three steps in the disciplinary grievance procedure for Sgt. Stephen Matakovich.
The owner wants to turn the site into a mixed-use development with a linear park meant to attract everyone from cyclists to picnickers.
The state Transportation Department anticipates the change will save more than $3.1 million in production and mailing costs.
The Grammys will go without Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay for performers Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Diplo and others.
The loss broke the Penguins six-game winning streak on home ice and left them with a weak grip on the second wild-card playoff berth.
The three-year agreement will bring the hourly pay rate of all the workers to $15 by the end of the contract.
Police were called to the 200 block of Merrimac Street in Mount Washington about 9 p.m. for a report of a man and woman who were arguing.
The overnight lane restrictions will occur in both directions in the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, according to PennDOT.
Dems also on edge; Hillary Clinton seeks redemption in Nevada
High-scoring basketball players Mary Dunn of Trinity and Nick Smith of North Hills earn this week’s honors.
Organization will present former Penguins forward with the first Dapper Dan Courage Award at a ceremony Wednesday night.
The DEP said it will have a compliance plan ready for when the legal challenges end. That could take years.
The Pittsburgh International Auto Show is going exotic for 2016 — and adding more brands than ever.
Bloomfield’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time! offers fun inexpensive takes on an American childhood classic.
Lots of ways to spend that special day with your beloved, from music to dodgeball.
“Spectre” may not be the best Bond picture ever or even the best one starring Daniel Craig, but it’s good to have 007 back.
New York-based actor Anthony Crouchelli makes his Pittsburgh debut in a revamped version of the musical at the Byham Theater.
Unlike so many of today’s candidates, the president exudes grace under pressure.
Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary proved an earthquake has hit the Republican and Democratic parties.