A chord vital to the bridge’s stability buckled in a fire Sept. 2, twisting a joint where several other beams come together.
Clay and Lisa Burnett of Chagrin Falls have added a new addition to their family, but will also try to add two more first-place finishes.
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
The Hindmans and the Eatmans lost young men this week and decided to be open about their sons’ addictions.
Talk of gun control is a political lightning rod, and the NRA is targeting Pennsylvania, Ohio and other swing states with its new ad.
The annual American Indian Heritage Weekend showcases re-enactments of the daily lives of indigenous people in the 16th and 18th centuries.
Repair of the three-quarter-mile segment of the T — which traverses Beechview’s entire commercial corridor — began in March.
The Virginia transplant was also wanted in Butler on robbery charges.
The Oakland facility is diverting some admissions, and expects to have the air-handling unit fixed late Sunday.
Pirates are 3½ games back of the second wild-card spot. Elimination number is six.
Murray injured his hand Sept. 19 while playing for Team North America at the World Cup of Hockey.
News from Highmark’s St. Vincent Health Center, American Beverage Association and Marriott.
Some of the nation's largest for-profit college chains are suffering steep enrollment declines amid growing government scrutiny.
Nonprofit Keystone Trails Association invites members and other hikers to Emlenton camp for Oct. 14-16.
A specially trained German shepherd helps a former Marine with post-traumatic stress disorder. A fundraiser will help pair vets with dogs.
This week’s “House Hunters” features Western Pennsylvania natives Brynn Marie and Josh Himes looking for a new home in Nashville, Tenn.
Antoine Fuqua’s postracial “Magnificent Seven” remake is long on buildup and carnage and short on credible camaraderie.
Pittsburgh has been my home for more than 30 years now. Even a diehard Browns fan respects the Rooney family. Maybe, just maybe ...
Blood relatives, according to one theory, are less likely to establish conditions and turn their backs on someone just because he messes up.