The seven women and five men on the jury told Judge Edward Borkowski this morning they could not reach a unanimous verdict.
Locker room scene is typical of most game days, but the intensity is ratcheted up a notch
Criminal investigation continues in death of Rostraver woman, who allegedly entered a suicide pact with her husband.
A law that now has been repealed made it easy for doctors to prescribe opioids — and some did it for money, sex, cocaine.
Allison Meadows was stabbed by a man at the store in 2013, and the incident led to series of lawsuits and countersuits.
June brings the long-awaited returns of Dolly Parton and the Dixie Chicks, the Three Rivers Arts Festival and a big street party with Kesha.
An 82-year-old woman died Tuesday after she apparently entered a suicide pact with her husband, who survived.
In Lower Burrell, the young mayor for the day and other officials declare May 25 Donation Awareness Day throughout Westmoreland County.
The Route 60 project includes milling and paving, drainage improvements, base repairs, guide rail updates and line painting.
After 18-month defense, the former Breakthrough Pain physician signed a plea agreement Wednesday.
The Penguins were near the bottom of the league in December, but now they are one win away from the Stanley Cup Final.
Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning collide tonight for the Eastern Conference crown and a spot in the Stanley Cup final.
The company best recognized for its castle-like headquarters Downtown wants consumers to connect its corporate name with paints and stains.
While Pittsburgh-area hospitals reported modest-but-generally positive operating margins, the picture is more grim beyond Downtown.
Bella Luna Trattoria in Monroeville is offering customers their money back on food purchases if the Penguins lose tonight.
Chef Christian Frangiadis returns to Pittsburgh dining scene in a big way with a new Garfield spot.
Beyonce arrives at Heinz Field with her most personal album to date.
Bryan Singer’s action film has lots of explosions and mayhem, but little real tension.
Calamity likely would not ensue if it leaves the EU.
People who suspect child abuse are urged to report their concerns to the state’s ChildLine. But what if nobody answers the phone?