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As Lyft and Uber settle in Pittsburgh, Yellow Cab is preparing to launch a ride sharing app of its own.
Sections of two interstates will have the new limit starting next month.
A Community Supported Agriculture organic farm operation will fight at a hearing tonight against a permit for a compressor station nearby.
Pittsburgh K-9 Officer Lucas Coyne will be quick to tell you he was just doing his job.
Pizza on the grill continues to be one of summer‘s hottest, and tastiest, trends.
An Allegheny County emergency dispatch supervisor said police were sent to the area near Federal Street about 1:45 p.m.
A caller claims to work for Publisher’s Clearing House and says the person answering the phone has won a large amount of money.
Before news of the downed planes emerged, Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council said efforts to suppress insurgents is advancing.
The stroke-prevention drug was marketed as not needing regular blood tests that competitors require, despite evidence supporting benefits.
The team will wear the bold black-and-gold striped jerseys at home against the Indianapolis Colts on Oct. 26.
Bud Selig’s visit brought praise for his performance as MLB commissioner from Pirates owner Bob Nutting and manager Clint Hurdle.
An app that uses gaming principles to teach new languages has crossed over into the serious business of certification.
Local Goodwill stores believe they were not hit by a security breach that may involve credit card data theft at franchise stores elsewhere.
What hatches out of a bird’s egg can be homely and helpless or capable and cute, depending on what kind of bird it is.
Prince George, heir to the British throne after his father and grandfather, celebrates his birthday today.
In any language, the new musical “An American in Paris” crafts a message of love and hope through dance.
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” author Jesse Andrews met last week with students and faculty from Obama Academy and Schenley High School.
A media star is suddenly arrested and people wonder why.
Apollo astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins wagered their lives on NASA’s technical ingenuity.