According to the National Weather Service, this evening will consist of partly sunny skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Former Pittsburgh police chief Nate Harper was released from federal prison Friday.
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The study found anastrozole more effective to prevent additional episodes of cancer in post-menopausal women already treated for DCIS.
Marigolds are mainstay for beds, containers and window boxes. Their pungent scent repels many insects and is unappealing to deer & rabbits.
The Mifflin Township Historical Society and Munhall are seeking help for Homestead Cemetery, which could file for bankruptcy by June 30.
Both described the meeting as an effort to forge a more productive approach to the issues of county government.
What angered veterans the most was that the neglected memorial was under the noses of those who should have cared the most.
Therapy dogs, puppies, kittens and a rabbit help de-stress passers-by in Market Square.
PPG’s new philanthropy program calls for the coatings giant to spend $10 million over the next decade to improve global communities.
Mr. Wallace's house feels like a private men's club with masculine, square proportions rather than the high Victorian flourishes.
Thomas Hildebrandt is the first recipient of the Pittsburgh Zoo’s Conservation Legacy Award.
If it receives the nod from Mylan shareholders, the company plans to take its proposal to Perrigo shareholders.
Former state Sen. Jim Ferlo is collecting money for a plaque for veterans who died in and near the Mideast since 1993.
BikePGH expects 10,000 in Pittsburgh’s streets Sunday from Downtown to Lawrenceville for OpenStreetsPgh, which runs from 8 a.m. to noon.
The seven-bedroom house, once owned by a pioneering heart surgeon, is surrounded by 20 acres of land. It’s on the market for $4.5 million.
The snake lurking there, a judge said, was the woman’s husband — a convicted child molester — who interacted with the children.
Michal Menet, widely regarded as the top junior football prospect in Pennsylvania, verbally committed to Penn State.
An attorney representing UPMC improperly advised a witness for the person who filed the lawsuit, Judge R. Stanton Wettick decides.
Groups in Moon want to have it both ways: Port Authority bus service that picks up passengers rather than running empty on return trips.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez said a marriage between trade unions and small technology developers is the workforce of the future.
The judge ordered that the health care giants make no change to their business relations, "no matter how small," without court approval.
Proposed regulations, issued this week, represent the first major update to federal Medicaid guidelines since 2002.
The National Aviary in Pittsburgh has a live camera focused on the nest, and observers have seen a series of developmental issues.
The Catholic dioceses are challenging a provision requiring that contraceptives are made available to workers at their charitable agencies.
Three Rivers Arts Festival will bring free film screenings Downtown, while a new movie theater moves closer to reality in Sewickley.
The people who make up Western Pennsylvania’s dominant health systems have talents. The art of negotiation evidently is not one of them.
Playing golf with father was all about Dad, not the golf.
Pamela Geller is running out of places to run her anti-jihad ads.
Filmmaker Cameron Crowe says “Aloha” with the help of a Hawaiian backdrop and cast led by Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams.
Students helped to plant the garden and are learning how to care for the plants.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation has experts inspect the exteriors and grounds of each site annually.
An Allegheny County judge approved the settlement in the case involving a worker who died at a Marcellus Shale site in Greene County.
The Pirates lost their fourth game in a row, unable to do any offensive damage other than Sean Rodriguez’s solo home run.
Rick Reiprish, a native of Shamokin, Pa., was the New Orleans Saints director of college scouting for 11 years.
Infielder Steve Lombardozzi was optioned to Indianapolis to make room on the active roster.
Detectives are traveling to New Jersey where Cesar Mazza was arrested. His ex-girlfriend and her grandmother were found dead on May 7.
The New York indie-rock band states a band member’s “family emergency” was the reason. A rescheduled date will be announced soon.
Charlie Morton will throw a bullpen session today at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
NCAA basketball rules committee recommends 30-second shot clock and other rules to increase scoring and speed up pace.
The 14th Annual River & Wind Challenge, a fund-raiser for The Salvation Army-Somerset Service Center, will take place June 6.
About 100 students, teachers and community members went to the Board of Education building on Friday with specific demands.
Led by Michael Francis, the Pittsburgh Symphony played new works by Mason Bates and Jake Heggie, along with Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra.
Panthers lose, 11-3, in first appearance in NCAA softball tournament, face elimination game Saturday night against Oakland, Mich.
With three so-called tactical horses leading the field into the Preakness, three top jockeys will have to be at their best astride them.
One possible location is on Sixth Street near the Renaissance Hotel, although other locations in the Cultural District are being considered.
Pitt is making technological and superficial renovations to its South Side training center; work should be finished by fall.
Long-planned apartment building for elders gets investment incentives with more than $1 million in state tax credits
His kids have outgrown them, but they just won’t roll away.
Dave Molinari breaks down the matchups between the final four teams vying for Lord Stanley’s Cup.