The Federal Railroad Administration today announced the results of its investigation into the Feb. 16 derailment in Mount Carbon.
The Homestead restaurant company is flush with cash after selling its hospitality division and has new venues planned.
In their latest gun control push, Democrats are leaving out Pat Toomey, the Republican who forged the last bipartisan effort.
Investigators from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded on-site reviews of the infection “cluster” this week.
While all the empty buildings hold the promise of redevelopment, officials say it might take a year or more before that happens.
The Pirates have several decisions to make on free agents and arbitration-eligible players after the playoffs end.
A proposed constitutional amendment would legalize marijuana for recreational and medical purposes.
Who to blame for another early Pirates postseason exit? More like who not to blame after an ugly 4-0 shutout by the Chicago Cubs.
The city’s stadium authority board agreed to give Continental Real Estate Companies until Nov. 30 to purchase the land for the complex.
Bell won’t demand, or even ask for, the ball no matter what situation in which the offense finds itself.
Sophomore Hunter Bruce shoots a 1-over 73 at Southpointe Golf Club to hold on for WPIAL Class AAA championship
Ben Carson’s vision of a well-armed American population is pretty scary.
Mike Vick looks at Steelers offense like it is a puzzle, and he continues to piece it together.
President Barack Obama signed a law Wednesday redefining what constitutes a “small employer,” and how employees must get health insurance.
Sidney Crosby likes the cohesion that has developed with his new linemate, Phil Kessel, but also says it will get even better.
The state’s strongest district has a lot of questions to answer on how to move forward.
WESA-FM experiments with shorter on-air pledge drive to whopping success.
“He Named Me Malala” chronicles the teenage Nobel Prize winner on the world stage.
Group of Pirates fans happily gathered in a home away from home.
The CW’s musical comedy is one of few bright spots in the new fall TV lineup; “The Walking Dead” returns and ABC Family changes its name.
The film introduces Peter Pan before Neverland, Captain Hook and the boy’s magical ability to fly.
The Golden Girls perform at all Panther home football games, selected away football games, and men’s and women’s basketball games.
Stars goaltender Antti Niemi makes 37 saves and also chips in with two assists to baffle Penguins.
Obituary: Angelo H. Cammarata / Ross man, Steelers fan proudly held record for longest-serving bartender
Guinness World Records recognized him with a certificate in 1999, when he was 84 and in his 66th year of his career.
Friday night, Chris Stewart had three hits, including a bunt single, drove in three runs and also picked off a runner in the Pirates’ win.
See some of the best of what’s happening in Pittsburgh during this fall season including the arts, concerts, festivals and more.
The Fall issue of Distinction covers fine living from sizzling steaks to the unique character and culture of Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Visitors at a new complex at the Flight 93 memorial in Somerset County will be taken on a chronological, historical and emotional tour.