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Police Chief Kenneth M. Truver said the roll-off dumpster overturned while being loaded onto a flatbed truck in the 1200 block of Grove.
Community College of Allegheny County announced four job fairs open not only to its students and alumni but also to the general public.
Gregory Polanco had an impressive spring in big league camp, but there was never much likelihood he would crack the 25-man roster.
The two teams will play in a PIAA Class AAAA quarterfinal game, 2 p.m. at Bethel Park. The game will likely sell out.
A 28-year-old man died shortly after a crash involving a Pine-Richland School District bus this morning in Hampton.
The Panthers advance to Friday's quarterfinals and will face No. 4 seed North Carolina.
A slow start to the second half digs too big a hole for the Dukes in a first-round Atlantic 10 tournament game.
The study shows falls were reduced by 17 percent for people who attended a Healthy Steps for Older Adults program for safety tips.
Mark Fisher, 34, told authorities he became addicted to painkillers after getting injured while working as a police officer in Swissvale.
The award could be signed today and would take effect immediately.
The Miles civil trial hinges as much on what the officers believed was happening as what actually happened.
The city will remain under the state's program for financially distressed municipalities.
State police said they were passengers with two other students in a car that may have been racing with another vehicle before the crash.
Port Authority police are searching tonight for a man who was arrested and escaped from UPMC Mercy.
Robert Palmosina, 50, of Banksville, says he lost his laborer job because he didn't support new Mayor Bill Peduto last year.
Guard Cameron Wright is one of the Panthers' most versatile players -- on and off the court.
John Hanger had been seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in a crowded field, but there was "no path to victory."
Christopher Spradley, 31, of Lincoln-Lemington, is accused of taking a 3-D printer from Wilkinsburg Middle School and trying to sell it.
The 28th annual festival will land in the Pittsburgh Cultural District with new features and venues.
The men were convicted of killing Jordan Coyner, 20, because they thought he sold marijuana and would have cash to steal.
The Pittsburgh-based bank filed a proxy statement this morning for its annual shareholders meeting.
Howard McQuillan was elected president, defeating Greg Kalogeris and Daniel O'Hara, said current president Mike LaPorte.
The jet was carrying 149 passengers and five crew members, one passenger requested medical attention, but no serious injuries were reported.
The move comes amid an investigation into allegations of misappropriation of client funds.
A three-alarm fire this afternoon at an apartment complex in Wilkins caused extensive damage, though no serious injuries were reported.
A Butler man was sentenced for his role in a fatal 2013 crash involving a paratransit bus he was driving and a train at a foggy crossing.
More than 1,000 agencies use the network, including Allegheny County, which ranks third in the number of hits behind New York and Chicago.
Mike Mitchell started 13 games for the NFL South champion Panthers and had four interceptions and four sacks.
It is the latest conviction in a multi-agency crackdown on fraud in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program.
Firefighters were called to a home in the 200 block of West Main Street around 5:30 a.m.
Police are reviewing video from street fights and other incidents that took place from Thursday through Sunday, Chief William Sutton said.
Ziggy Hood never quite lived up to his billing as a first-round draft choice from Missouri, but he was a workhorse for the Steelers.
A&E pulled the crime drama after two episodes and lackluster ratings, but will announce a new time slot within a few days.
The finding released Wednesday confirms suspicions about what happened to sophomore Stephanie Ross, 19.
Police, first responders and federal agents will be conducting a training exercise.
Big hole develops at defensive end after second day of NFL free agency.
The teen is in juvenile detention after being found responsible in the 2009 shooting deaths of Kenzie Houk and her unborn son.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. said the city needs to be careful about releasing details before arrests are made.
The cameras, installed to help police solve crimes, are down because the Ravenstahl administration never signed a new maintenance contract.
Jared Brown Garnham pleaded with officers -- even as he held a 5-inch knife to the throat of an 8-month-old baby -- to kill him.
Principal Shana Nelson wrote that the cases did not originate at King, and that the school was disinfected Tuesday night.
Jordan Miles, 22, claims in civil suit that Pittsburgh police officers falsely arrested him and beat him.
Two juveniles were killed and two others were injured this afternoon in a two-vehicle crash in Fayette County, state police said.
Riders may notice an increased police, first responder and Transportation Security Administration presence at stations or stops on Thursday.
Virginia Tech freshman Devin Wilson, a Montour High School graduate saw his freshman season end today with another frustrating loss.
The 200-meter velodrome is expected to be finished this summer and available for the four-team league next spring.
John S. Longo, 57, faces eight counts relating to child pornography in U.S. District Court.
City public works employees are on the scene trying to clear the debris.
Pitt beat Wake Forest, 80-65, at the Petersen Center on Jan. 11, but the Demon Deacons are healthier and have played better recently.
A jury gave Patrick Haney Jr., 30, of Point Marion the death penalty after convicting him of beating to death his girlfriend's son.