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The lieutenant’s vehicle was struck head-on by a van traveling the wrong way on Route 30 earlyTuesday morning, police said.
The measure, supported by county Executive Rich Fitzgerald, failed in a 12-1 vote.
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.
Air Force Tech Sgt. Matthew Greiner and two others will receive medals today for their roles in protecting 80 colleagues in September.
Report gives new Affordable Housing Task Force daunting numbers to chip away at in housing crisis.
The Pittsburgh mayor acknowledges he erred in criticizing Democratic legislators.
The Pittsburgh-based breast milk bank will service neonatal intensive care units in Pennsylvania and West Virginia from the Strip District.
The treadmill death of a Facebook exec’s husband highlights their dangers, especially for those distracted by electronics and smart phones.
The state exceeded its budget for winter maintenance by $69 million, or 34 percent.
Steelers kept their focus on productivity when they uncharacteristically picked three defensive backs in the same draft.
Pirates notebook: Manager said resting McCutchen was not “a concerning area right now.”... Morton to make rehabilitation start Friday.
As it fights to woo a rival and fend off another, Mylan releases first-quarter results.
United Way’s new fundraising campaign was timed around Mother’s Day to help women who face unexpected emergencies get back on their feet.
#NOWSEETHIS Party celebrates the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hillman Photography Initiative with new media and music.
The 17th annual Russian Film Symposium is in full swing at the University of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Filmmakers.
She’s doing a good job, despite what you read in the papers.
the longer a person goes without a repeat offense, the more likely it is that he has turned his life around permanently.