If the perils of the traffic in Oakland make professional Port Authority bus drivers nervous, imagine what they do to regular motorists.
The Parkway East will close for one more weekend -- Dec. 4 through 6 -- to prepare for the Greenfield Bridge implosion.
The president spoke from the White House today shortly after meeting with his national security team.
Kyree Beachem, an 8-year-old girl from Ellwood City with Kyree’s Dream Team Facebook page, received a quadruple organ transplant today.
The state Constitution provides for the removal of officeholders through a vote of two-thirds of the Senate and action by the governor.
A daily pill that can slash the risk of HIV remains an unknown to thousands of primary care doctors and nurses, a federal agency cautioned.
Friday is the final day of a month-long strike by the district’s 285 teachers.
Trooper Patrick R. Casey suffered a “flesh wound” to his shoulder, state police Capt. James Raykovitz said.
Justice Eakin is under investigation for his role in an explicit email ring that also involved other judge.
The parish priest, the Rev. Christopher Ryan Heanue, 28, said he could think of no better place to leave a baby
Cliff Foster is charged with have a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old player.
The agreement doesn’t cover the famously bright casinos on the Las Vegas Strip.
The AFS Intercultural Program, an international youth exchange organization, each year sends about 13,000 students abroad.
The judge’s order requires prosecutors to re-evaluate the case to see whether the allegations meet a minimum standard for filing charges.
The police took three people into custody Tuesday in connection with the shooting of five people during a Black Lives Matter protest.
The Blessed Piecemakers of Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church created 103 backpacks for children sponsored by church members.
The annual enrollment report for 2015-16 showed 8,155 students in kindergarten through 12th grade on Oct. 1, down from 8,229 last year.
The findings prompted a call from the nation’s highway safety chief to find ways to reduce the human errors that cause most fatalities.
Allegheny County Election officials oversee an exercise in chance when voters serve up a tie in municipal elections.
Monique J. Lemaitre Leon, 81, of Squirrel Hill, a scholar, died Nov. 5 in Shadyside Hospital after a lengthy illness, her family said.
An estimated 46.9 million Americans are expected to travel away from home over the holiday, the most travelers since 2007, AAA says.
The merger strategy is under renewed scrutiny by policymakers after Pfizer announced plans Monday to move its tax address to Ireland.
The military is expected to give details on the findings of the investigation at a news conference today.
Giovanny Cotto was charged as an adult with criminal attempt to murder and other charges.
Meanwhile, prosecutors in Paris revealed that the alleged Nov. 13 ringleader planned to blow himself up in the capital’s largest district.
One study would involve the borough’s former railroad station, which is on the national Register of Historic Places.
Government-backed candidate Jovenel Moise will face Jude Celestin, the former head of the state construction company, in a Dec. 27 runoff.
Rick Squires and Julian Major will travel to San Antonio in January.
Next school year will begin Sept. 1, 2016, and end June 9, 2017. Winter break will be from Dec. 26-30.
Water bottle refilling stations, elimination of styrofoam containers are among the measures.
The dispute lays bare the conflict between the former Soviet states amid a separatist war that’s hammered Ukraine’s economy.
As director of Pitt’s Nationality Rooms, Maxine Bruhns has seen museum of ethnic Pittsburgh grown from 19 to 30 rooms.
Study recommends increase in traffic impact fees and long range plans to relieve congestion caused by growth.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for the recognition of some settlement blocs in exchange for steps to ease tensions.
Plavchak Construction of Clairton has been in the process of renovating the lot since August.
The school board heard a host of options for upgrading the schools, ranging from making limited improvements to constructing new buildings.
Raelynn Jackson received an award from a statewide association for her Meds 2 Beds program.
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Bailey and four other people were sitting in a car outside a home in the Miami area when the shooting occurred, police said today.
About 5 million people from the Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey region are expected to take to the highway for Thanksgiving.
The Port Authority said the incline had a problem with its doors this morning and that shuttle buses were being used.
Committee has passed along Tyree Blocker’s nomination to the full state Senate.
Senate Republicans threaten, then call off a planned vote to override Gov.Wolf’s veto of a short-term bill.
Astronomers are trying to figure out what is causing a star in the northern sky to dim so dramatically.
City school board terminates Joe Giansante, who despite good “value” scores, was judged unsatisfactory based on principal observations.
Tony Dungy and Ty Law are among the 25 football Hall of Fame semifinalists with Pittsburgh-area ties.
The city’s financial picture has improved enough for it to be removed from state’s Act 47 program.
The Parachute, which helps a left ventricle pump blood, is being tested at more than 60 locations, including AGH and UPMC Presbyterian.
The racks were designed by local artists who were chosen after submitting proposals to the Cultural Trust.