In a region already supporting about 30 ice rinks, some industry insiders are wondering if the market is reaching oversaturation.
The two men exchanged quick rounds of gunfire outside a New Florence home that left Officer Reed of St. Clair Township police dead Sunday.
The Steelers quarterback self-reported his symptoms to team doctors during Sunday’s game at Seattle.
Financially struggling institution has two full years to return to compliance stemming from apparent mishandling of federal student aid.
It’s mostly upholstery that sports the exotic animal pattern, but lamps, rugs and occasional pieces also have found their wild side.
Ugly Sweater Run is a chance for connoisseurs of odd fashion to embrace the holiday spirit.
The Harris Funeral Home in Johnstown is handling funeral arrangements for Officer Lloyd Reed.
Smartphone users can use the app to record a video and send it to the American Civil Liberties Union.
The weekend closure is set to begin at 10 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4, and run through 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6.
Defenseman not yet cleared for contact but makes his way back onto the ice for the first time since an ugly injury in mid-November.
Industry publication praises team for moves that included signing Jung Ho Kang and trading for J.A. Happ.
LinkedIn is among the companies offering employees as much time off as they’d like, with the understanding they still get their work done.
A microgrid is a localized power system that feeds a single building or neighborhoods with its own source of generation.
Plus, artist meet-and-greet, trunk show roundup and more Pittsburgh style happenings.
The rifle hunting season and continues through Dec. 12.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” which opens Dec. 18, is poised to shatter records and leave moviegoers oh so happy — they hope.
She doesn't just play a neuroscientist on TV, Mayim Bialik is one. Now she’ll be starring in a holiday Lifetime movie.
To reduce carbon emissions to acceptable levels in the U.S., nuclear power must represent a larger share of the nation’s electricity supply.
The shooting of Laquan McDonald, 17, by Officer Jason Van Dyke was captured on the dashboard camera of one of the police cars at the scene.