Winners for the 13th time in their past 16 games, the Pirates climbed to a season-high 29 games over .500.
Kathleen Kane has 10 days to respond and make the case as to why she should be able to keep her license.
Drivers will have to dodge restrictions on several highways and main arteries as construction projects continue.
Central Catholic is busy building a STEM defense -- special, talented, excellent, marvelous -- that might be unrivaled in school history.
The newspaper’s management says the sale is part of a larger “strategic growth plan.”
Mylan said that more than two-thirds of shareholders had backed the vote. It needed more than half in order to pursue the takeover.
Each August, high schools hold band camp, which, like sports camps, can be a grueling experience that forms strong bonds among students.
“As you get older each year, why not change things to get better at it?” Marcus Gilbert said.
“Jurassic World” roars to a fantastic first-place finish as the 2015 summer movie season draws to a close.
An attorney for Neil “Buddy” Wright, says the paintball operation now owns the land because of a legal doctrine called adverse possession.
Drew Zoldak is accused of identifying a young woman who was the alleged victim of an institutional sexual assault by another teacher.
Trainers in Squirrel Hill worked with 70 children, ages 6 to 13, and taught them to perform various acts.
Martha Montesano is closing in on the creation of her 1,000th bracelet, a project she began after her daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
Mayor Bill Peduto praised the hiring, citing Bjarke Ingels Group’s reputation, but one Hill District leader called it a “misstep.”
I can’t be the only one who feels real life has suddenly begun to resemble Paddy Chayefsky’s screenplay for “Network” a little too much.
The rookie center eyes a roster spot after barely missing out on one last season.
For an industry saddled with high debt, low commodity prices and a global oversupply, betting on energy stocks falling has become popular.
The region’s largest healthcare system pulled in more than $12 billion in the last fiscal year.
With two premier bike trails parallel to the route, enthusiasts and bicycle organizations have long pressed the railroad to add the service.
Pennsylvania began online voter registration on Thursday, an administrative move by Gov. Tom Wolf after efforts to pass a law lagged.
Find out how long it will take to read that book. The Everything Machine maker app lets kids build their own inventions.
The fall of oil and natural gas prices is a boon to U.S. consumers and the economy.
Susan Fitzgerald, who co-founded Pine-based Frontiers International Travel, died following complications from heart surgery. She was 76.
“We Are Your Friends” stars Zac Efron as a 23-year-old DJ looking for meaning and the perfect music in his life in the San Fernando Valley.
A new mountain climbing documentary follows three expert climbers as they try to scale the Shark’s Fin in northern India.
People who park in the city will soon have the option of using a downloadable app on their smartphones to pay for parking.
Gerrit Cole pitched into the eighth inning, Pedro Alvarez homered and the Pirates won again to take three of the four games in the series.
Gov. Tom Wolf issued a moratorium on executions in February, saying death penalties were “based on a flawed system.”
Politicians gathered at the annual comedy event to raise money for Allegheny County’s Music Festival Fund.
Who among us has not shot arrows of criticism -- some mild, some venomous -- at Pedro Alvarez during the current season?
The scope and intensity of the federal inquiry are unclear, but it comes as Kane prepares to mount a legal fight against criminal charges.
Bakery Square Self Storage LLC has purchased the five-story, red-brick building on Hamilton Avenue in Larimer.
The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties has gone to Commonwealth Court, seeking an injunction.
The smell of hydrogen sulfide has been worse than normal this month due to a lack of wind and rain to disperse the coke plant emission.
Alejandro Villanueva, who served three tours of duty in Afghanistan, is now trying to become an offensive tackle for the Steelers.
A five-mile oval in a leisurely 94 minutes makes for a special view.
Aug. 17 came and went even though it was the deadline for signing a peace agreement by parties to the 20-month-old civil war in South Sudan.
Lisa Ferraro, who grew up in Kennedy, has a new album out, “Serenading the Moon,” produced by Houston Person.
Here are a few of the PG’s favorite spots around the region, highlighting a trend not limited to beer joints.
The bank will be required to pay refunds of $11 million to individuals and $3 million to businesses, plus $20.5 million in civil penalties.
Parents who are still paying off their loans are determined to save for their own children’s education to help them avoid the cycle of debt.
Favorites return to the festival in West Newton, which has grown over past 10 years.
Pittsburgh’s political punks team up with heroes Social Distortion at Stage AE Friday.
Teachers direct students to apps, websites, ed tech tools that take personal data, share it, never delete it.
Front Porch Theatricals didn’t go easy on itself when it decided to add a second musical to its usual summertime splash.
Price up, top down: 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible Z51 vs. 2015 BMW M4 Convertible.
Families who might have waited months for medical assistance last winter are seeing shorter delays under Pennsylvania’s Medicaid expansion.
Patrick Stewart is Walter Blunt, a Piers Morgan-like cable TV news star with multiple addictions and a wildly narcissistic personality.
A parody show starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader lovingly mocks documentary films including “Grey Gardens” and “The Thin Blue Line.”
Beer festivals are set for the lawn at Mad Mex Cranberry,the Altoona Railroaders Museum and the Pittsburgh Zoo.