Pennsylvania Attorney General-elect Josh Shapiro and Treasurer-elect Joe Torsella, both Democrats, will be sworn into office today.
It’s “like a Google alert” for when the world’s “bad guys” are about to get their hands on nuclear materials, one says.
The Nittany Lions (16-2-1) earned the top spot this week in the USCHO.com poll after sweeping Michigan State for two wins this past weekend.
President-elect tweets some “fake news” about Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.
Dan Gilman is introducing legislation that would let the Steel City take an official stand on inclusiveness.
With Young struggling with an eye injury and Luther out, Pitt faces N.C. State at far less than full strength
Timing bad, too, because Wolfpack star guard Dennis Smith Jr. fits mold of the kind of player that has plagued Pitt this season.
Keystone Dedicated Logistics eyes possible expansion as part of the purchase.
The Steelers special teams had a miscommunication on the first kickoff Sunday, despite shutting down the Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill otherwise.
Former astronaut Gene Cernan, died on Monday in Texas following ongoing heath issues, his family said. He was 82.
Obituary: Robert Egan / Ex-Gateway Rehab chair was passionate about helping people with addiction issues
Mr. Egan, a retired steel and metals executive who formerly lived in Fox Chapel, died Jan. 10 at a hospital in Gulf Stream, Fla. He was 86.
The rules for Hall of Fame voters change after this year’s election and require every ballot to be public.
There’s nothing in Antonio Brown’s postgame Steelers video that was unusual or unexpected or made anybody look bad if you think about it.
The troubles at the mall along Route 28 in Frazer echo those of other shopping centers and retailers nationwide as purchasing habits change.
Pastors of mixed flocks are striving to balance appeals to unity with uncompromising calls for justice.
The Post-Gazette identifies 25 Trump Transition Team members with ties to the Scaife Foundation and the groups it funds.
William Perry, who served under Bill Clinton, worries that the use of nuclear weapons is more likely now than during the Cold War.
“Tennison” on PBS’s “Masterpiece” introduces a young Jane Tennison played by a new actress.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will not register trademarks for marijuana retailers or for products that contain cannabis.
Employees can share both the good and the bad about their organizations in the Top Workplaces survey process. Deadline is Feb. 17.
In “A Really Good Day,” Ayelet Waldman writes about using LSD to manage mood swings.
Terms were not disclosed in the settlements of the suits against UPMC neurosurgeons.
A new center is open for wide-ranging activities designed to assist individuals who have mild cognitive impairment.
What do you do when your relatives don’t take a hint about giving gifts?
UPMC patient Paul McGuinness received new lungs in 1988 and now is one of the nation’s longest lung-transplant survivors.
In addition to 50-plus draft beers, the new brewery and restaurant sells draft wines and cocktails plus beer, wine and and spirits to go.
On Saturday Evgeni Malkin said the Penguins would win Monday. Turns out he was right.
After spotting the Capitals a three-goal lead, the Penguins scored six of nine goals in a wild second period earning an overtime victory.
Mt. Lebanon native and Steelers fan Joe Manganiello went on social media to declare victory over Henry Cavill and his Kansas City Chiefs.
New guidelines are released that show when infants can be introduced to peanut products — a complete switch from earlier recommendations.
Thousands attend the funeral for Trooper Landon Weaver, 23, a first-year officer shot in the line of duty on Friday.
The FS1 host says the media was “intellectually dishonest” in defending Tomlin against Terry Bradshaw’s criticism. He is incorrect.