The presidential candidate says he’s confused by the reason for former House speaker’s vitriol. “I don’t know the man,” he says.
The two center lanes outbound/westbound bridge will close to traffic as crews repair a crash barrier.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority said the break in a 12-inch main line on South Bouquet Street occurred overnight.
May starts a little slow, picks up steam and ends with a bang from Beyonce doing her first stadium in Pittsburgh.
What’s not clear is whether those medications were prescribed to the 57-year-old musician.
The city is one of the main battlegrounds of Syria’s civil war, with a cease-fire that has collapsed and peace talks in Geneva stalled.
The Pittsburgh health and wellness retailer lowers its earnings forecast for the year.
Authorities said Brian Wilbert, 38, of Robinson was shot around 9 p.m. at a house in Burgettstown.
The Pirates manager has experienced just about everything in a ballpark he used to call home as Colorado’s manager.
But 54 Pennsylvania delegates are essentially free agents, who can vote for anyone they want during July’s nominating convention.
Mercer broke an 0-for-5 day with a go-ahead double off Carlos Estevez.
The results in the Democratic primary for the 46th Pennsylvania House district are still unclear.
Pittsburgh Opera owns the largest David Hockney collection in Western Pennsylvania: the artist’s production of “The Rake’s Progress.”
Jimmy Beaumont and the Skyliners, Joe Grushecky, Billy Price, Pat DiCesare and Sean McDowell slated for honors at Stage AE.
Initial ideas go before Pittsburgh City Council at 2 p.m. today and could be revamped before a final report is presented by May 27.
Stars Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Alex Ovechkin face enormous pressure in playoff series.
Rachel Handel of the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania turned the incident into a teachable moment about the realities of nature.
According to the state, the vote is 48,686 to 47,677. That puts Mr. Shuster ahead of Art Halvorson by less than 1 percentage point.
Republicans in the precinct where John Kasich grew up — Ward 2, District 2 — granted him a narrow victory there: 18 votes to Mr. Trump’s 16.
Case involves a previous statement and testimony of LeRoy Powell, a witness killed just days after testifying at the defendant’s hearing.
If the U.S. International Trade Commission rules against the Pittsburgh steel producer, the White House could come to the rescue.
Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin are recognized as among the top duos in the NFL when it comes to drafting college players and keeping talent.
The temporary permission granted by the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the property at Fourth Avenue and Ross Street expired Sept. 15, 2013.
The Friendship Hill National Historic Site is a fascinating piecemeal architecture full of questions likely never to be answered.
A physician has forecasted fewer hospital admissions and capitated payments for medicare care.
Lainey, a city high schooler, introduced Hillary Clinton at an event Monday. ”I think government can be beautiful,” she says.
Cleveland’s proposed settlement with the family of Tamir Rice is a reminder that its Police Division needs to get its house in order.
Smiley’s Pet Pad in Shadyside is closing after more than 45 years, but manager Brad Scheidmantel will open a new store in Point Breeze.
JoAnne Staroschak spread her Ukrainian heritage by teaching others about Pysanka, the centuries-old folk art of decorating Easter eggs.
A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette senior editor recounts the American premiere at the Metropolitan Opera.
Music preview: Frankie Capri, 'The Godfather of Pittsburgh's freak music scene,' takes over Market Square
The singer who made his name at the Liberty Belle in the ’80s is ready to play for a new generation.
That Prince was a great musician is indisputable. That he also performed great deeds was not so well known.
May 7 dinner of five courses with Full Pint beers previews the new Downtown restaurant by chefs Richard DeShantz and Keith Fuller.
They are charged with endangering the welfare of children in connection with abuses at Bishop McCort High School.
A DEP spokeswoman said Hilcorp Energy Co. stopped operations at its well site hours after the tremors in Lawrence County.
Aaron Govostes’ 14-year-old daughter and 13-year-old son were in their Gorman Way home at the time of the shooting, police said.
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.
On the bright side, better to be eliminated, 11-1, than, say, 11-10.
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.