The Steelers find themselves with less financial flexibility than most public projections anticipated.
”He was so down to earth. He was a great man,” said McKeesport Mayor Michael Cherepko.
Mr. Spanier accused Penn State of violating a non-disparagement agreement made when he resigned under pressure in November 2011.
All-star team of astrophysicists says it has detected an Einstein-predicted gravitational wave from the distant crash of two black holes.
Business-oriented airline says the route will be one of five nonstop destinations to be launched from Pittsburgh International Airport.
The number of games is a network record, with coverage beginning on March 4 with a home game against Minnesota.
Jury finds that the chief medical officer for Allegheny Correctional Health Services had violated Nepalese doctor’s civil rights.
Robert Farrow says he will leave the job on March 2, after working more than 40 years for the city.
The overnight lane restrictions will occur in both directions in the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, according to PennDOT.
During the years Clinton served as secretary of state, the foundation was led by her husband, former president Bill Clinton.
If playing rules oversight panel gives its OK, the measures would take effect next season.
High-scoring basketball players Mary Dunn of Trinity and Nick Smith of North Hills earn this week’s honors.
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 DEP said it will have a compliance plan ready for when the legal challenges end. That could take years.
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.
The Grammys will go without Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay for performers Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Diplo and others.
Lawyer that represents 7 women suing for defamation says comedian’s wife was also his business manager and could have useful information.
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.