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Local municipalities are giving up their gun ordinances, even as lawyers prepare to argue over whether they have a right to pass them.
Officers are partnering up on assignments as an additional safety measure, the city’s public safety spokeswoman said.
James Harrison is playing too well for him to hang up his cleats after this season.
Jack Gallagher, a 13-year-old from Erie, Pa., caught the attention of his NBA ’hero’ with a homemade video.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Food-section contributors share their must-have holiday flavors.
The slayings of two officers Saturday in Brooklyn has heightened fears about the safety of law enforcement officials nationwide.
Plaques for six who succumbed in 2014 are added to a memorial wall in Downtown containing more than 100.
Single-lane traffic will be in effect from 10 p.m. today until 5 a.m. Tuesday.
The closures are possible in both directions between Chestnut Street and the 31st Street Bridge.
Center Brandon Sutter, winger Steve Downie and goalie Thomas Greiss have returned to Pittsburgh to be tested for the disease.
Back-to-back playoff appearances have thrust the Pirates back in the spotlight, and executives believe Pittsburgh is becoming a destination.
The collaboration expands upon a cancer research and oncology service partnership that was signed over the summer.
That means prices are 63.7 cents a gallon lower than a year ago, and 29.3 cents below what drivers were paying a month ago.
What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Two great party options for New Year’s Eve.
Pittsburghers brought the fashion hits, one party at a time!
From the runway to the red carpet, Lupita to de la Renta, here’s a recap of some of the year’s top style hits, misses and headlines.
Plus: Shop for a cause at Primadonna Collection, Style Week seeks designers, trunk show at Glitter & Grit and more news and events.
He led the department of contemporary and modern art at the Carnegie beginning in 2009.
“My hope all along was to highlight what makes Pittsburgh and its workers special, and the show did that,” Mayor Bill Peduto said.
Oklahoma’s AG and others are working to restore restraint in federal government.
The Pittsburgh Planning Commission made the wrong decision when members voted in favor of a new requirement for housing developments.