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Justice Seamus McCaffery is the latest casualty in the ongoing pornographic email scandal in state agencies.
A security firm filed a last-minute objection, seeking more than $200,000. The attorney for the conservator calls it "an extortion job."
A look inside Steelers-Texans, including who to watch for on both sides of the ball and three keys to the game.
Investigators are concentrating efforts on the first-floor living room to determine the deadly blaze's cause and exact point of origin.
Their latest rank ends their longest top-25 drought since a four-year stretch from 1998-2002.
Omar Hodges, 29, of Homewood worked for the city’s Department of Public Works since January 2013.
Prosecutors say confidential informants are crucial to prosecuting large drug networks, while concerns linger about fairness.
The lane will be closed through 7 a.m. Thursday during installation of a catch basin.
Alternating one-way traffic will be in effect from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. between Mendelsohn and St. Clair avenues.
University officials said they will be reviewing social media posts and videotapes regarding the incidents, which ended in several arrests.
Kevin White has become the Mountaineers' No. 1 receiver with a bullet, streaking his way into team record books.
The state’s oft-cited shale gas air pollution studies do not include data on some pollutants, according to depositions from DEP employees.
The site on McFarland Road will be known as The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh, and will allow for the relocation of Koolkat Designs.
Roughly 300 guests helped raise more than $300,000 for the opera.
Amachi Pittsburgh celebrated its 10th anniversary in supporting children and families of incarcerated parents with its mentoring program.
Fox Chapel neurosurgeon Bill Bookwalter finds his hives a sweet sanctuary from the operating room.
Plus: the Steelers take to the runway, FGI Pittsburgh visits Ross Park Mall, Macy’s holds holiday makeup event and more in Pittsburgh style.
The comedy set on adjoining Irish farms rides high on its gift of gab and strong performances.
Eight one-hour episodes will feature Vince Isoldi, his wife, Carla, sons Enzo, Adolfo and Romero and father-in-law Junior Williams.
Self-driving cars won’t have our limitations. They will prevent tens of thousands of fatalities every year and better our lifestyles.
Neighbors are calling it a comedy of errors, but there is nothing funny about the reconstruction of a section of Penn Avenue in Garfield.