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The developer would be responsible for building at least 250 units on the 10 acres of land closest to Crawford Square in the Hill District.
The new research is examining both treatment and prevention, using the latest technology of imaging a person’s brain.
The lieutenant’s vehicle was struck head-on by a van traveling the wrong way on Route 30 early this morning, police said.
Blue Oyster Cult, Bootsy's Rubber Band, Eve 6 and more are on the free concert lineup.
Defensive lineman from Central Michigan poised to make impact on defense that recently was one of the best in the league.
Park officials also will work with police to increase attention to social media.
The D.A.’s office seeks travel expense records for Elizabeth Forward Board president and Wilkinsburg business manager Phil Martell
Many hospitals are embracing new procedures, including placing babies with their mothers within minutes of birth, as “a culture change.”
Peer-reviewed study finds health co-benefits would result from implementing the controversial federal Clean Power Plant Rule
The Steelers said nelson, a former defensive tackle with the team, is retiring from his TV duties.
Pitt, Duquesne and Robert Morris all bolster their rosters in an active Monday for signings and verbal commitments.
Google’s mobile search requests are outstripping requests in nine other countries as well.
The Pirates’ rally towel is a 100-percent organic cotton product that helps promote the club’s commitment to the environment at PNC Park.
Woman should be glad she broke up with the boyfriend years ago who refused to take her to a friend’s wedding.
With spring in full bloom, Pittsburgh’s parks are abuzz with bees, one of nature’s most important gardeners.
The venue is working on a new date for the show.
Ron Smiley arrives from the Fox affiliate in Indianapolis in late June.
Chris Coons tries to narrow the divide between the religious and the secular.
The eight candidates for three openings on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas are struggling to distinguish themselves on a ballot.