Ben Roethlisberger led the Steelers on a late touchdown drive in a see-saw game that changed leads five times in the first two quarters.
Police say Ray Shetler, who is currently hospitalized, killed officer Lloyd Reed while responding to a domestic incident.
Praising the “sense of community that’s more meaningful in Pittsburgh,” Mr. Heinz is coming to town. Let the political speculation begin.
WVU dispatched an extension service employee and experts in engineering, law, writing and marketing to the renowned Civil War town.
It’s become a tradition of sorts for artistic director Terrence Orr to freshen up his Pittsburgh-flavored “Nutcracker” from year to year.
Pittsburgh police are still investigating the Thanksgiving Day shooting of Moroccan immigrant.
A Penn Hills family goes about their everyday lives, despite their children’s disease.
A Jerusalem program that puts young Jews and Palestinians together, to make films, seeks a Pittsburgh partner.
Not long ago, bears were mostly isolated in remote regions of the Appalachian Mountains.
John Donovan has been “relieved of his duties, effective immediately,” the university announced this afternoon.
After packing, plan the details of your hunt with the help of Post-Gazette outdoors writer John Hayes.
Mayor Bill Peduto was on hand for an event to showcase the development of the business district in the Hilltop area.
Collaboration brings construction trade trainees and CMU architecture students together for social enterprise.
Pennsylvania’s state capitol is a hidden gem in plain sight in a city building a reputation as a foodie and sightseeing destination.
Whatever you celebrate this holiday season, here are some tips to help keep your style on point, with a few shopping tips sprinkled in.
The final installment of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels is hefty and satisfying.
It is hard to imagine future books about French thought that ignore the anti-intellectual influence of radical Islamists.
Americans, always suspicious of refugees, keep the golden door open just a crack.
It’s been nearly three weeks since Gov. Wolf and Republican leaders said they’d worked out a “framework” for the overdue 2015-16 budget.