The trip was supposed to coincide with the celebration of Roberto Clemente Day around baseball.
The men were in a group indicted in the Western District of Pennsylvania for using the botnet called “Bugat” to steal banking credentials.
Mr. Lubrano, a Paterno ally, argued that details of the allegation should help people "evaluate and understand the context of this claim."
In announcing her retirement, W&J touted its enrollment growth, campus upgrades and increased global presence during her tenure.
Jung Ho Kang had complicated surgery in September to repair a displaced fracture of the tibial plateau.
The plan now goes to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, where a final OK could allow some sales as soon as the 2016 football season.
Louis Martin Blazer III agrees to settle SEC charges that he used money from professional athletes and other clients to invest in two films.
ALEC, which arranges forums for corporate members to meet with legislators from around the country, has been controversial in recent years.
Maatta was injured when he was struck in the head by Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik in Game 2 of their second-round series.
Prosecutors said the pen was among items that accused killer Allen Wade discarded after he killed the women in their house on Feb. 7, 2014.
The charges stem from Feb. 21, 2013, when police said drugs and guns were found at a Wilkinsburg home.
The new Northgate superintendent will replace Joseph Pasquerilla, who left to become superintendent of the Bethel Park School District.
Saturday’s Pennsylvania and Delaware collection events yielded twice the haul of a prior drug collection push.
Eulalio Tordil, an employee of the Federal Protective Service, was taken into custody without incident near the scene of the last shooting.
Michael D. Flowers, who led the Coraopolis company for six years, will be replaced by Paul M. Boechler, who has been at Aecom.
The documents, the Panama Papers, list the true owners of thousands of companies created to hide the people behind them.
Troopers say 61-year-old David Yingling told them he killed Ellwood Skillman because Mr. Yingling “was tired of him calling my brother a
The Downtown-based company said sales were hurt by a decline in the aluminum industry. It also has a deal to sell two plants in England.
The suspects were apprehended during a traffic stop on the inbound side of the Liberty Tunnels early today.
Police said a house in the 5300 block of Kent Way was set on fire Wednesday.
The unemployment rate remained at a low of 5 percent, roughly the same level it has been since the fall.
Police said the two arranged an in-person meeting at a location in White, Indiana County.
The tunnel will be closed around the clock through until 6 a.m. Monday morning. Detours will be posted.
Danielle Anderson, 44, of Turtle Creek, has been suspended with pay since the April 20 incident at Pittsburgh Faison K-5 in Homewood.
Limited alcohol sales could be coming to Beaver Stadium, the Bryce Jordan Center and other Penn State University venues at University Park.
More than 130 passengers and six crew members were on Flight 7001 from Punta Cana International Airport in the Dominican Republic.
The privately funded project would aid several projects, including prevention of fetal infections that cause microcephaly.
Jury says Eric Taylor guilty on all counts, including attempted homicide of a 15-year-old girl and third-degree murder of her unborn baby.
Jesse Callender, was placed in the Westmoreland County Jail today on charges stemming from an April incident.
UPMC will extend its reach east and north under a plan to bring Williamsport’s Susquehanna Health into the Pittsburgh health system’s fold.
The layoffs focused on administrative and support staff at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh’s Online Division, housed in the Strip District.
Pittsburgh singer is honored for his collaboration with Otis Clay on “This Time for Real.”
The claim was contained in a document in a lawsuit filed by Penn State against one of its insurers.
Francisco Cervelli posted a picture on Instagram of him and Kang on the team bus.
The contract runs from July 1 to June 30, 2019.
His lawyers will be able to try to prove their claims that prosecutors leaked secret materials, lied about knowing a victim’s ID and more.
County’s Jail Oversight Board will allow 120 additional tablets, doubling the amount already in use.
The move, which appears to have taken place after Wednesday’s game, could mean Jung Ho Kang will return soon.
The former second-round pick, who started six games as a rookie, was let go with a failed physical designation.
Governor hears from local leaders and those affected by the crisis on how to deal with the drug epidemic.
Investigators say Laurel Schlemmer held her sons, ages 3 and 6, underwater in the bathtub of their McCandless home.
Two players are the first of the team’s seven draft picks to sign their contracts.
Kimbia Inc. says hardware issue caused delays in processing donations during nationwide online giving events, including one in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh health insurer making up to $5.5 million available in incentive payments to primary care doctors.
The fund for retired police, firefighters and other municipal employees increased to $1.2 billion and is 55 percent funded.
Lamont Powell was charged with assault in a 2015 incident; the witness/victim did not show up for the second time today.
Kristy Morgan claimed she was treated differently than male co-workers by the Baldwin-Whitehall School District.
The movie, which stars Russell Crowe, Jane Fonda and Aaron Paul, will open in theaters on July 8.
Allen Wade is on trial for allegedly killing his next-door neighbors, Susan and Sarah Wolfe, on Feb. 6, 2014.
Willis Wheeler of Rankin convicted in federal court on drug and gun charges