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The Steel Valley school board will decide tonight if a special needs student’s use of a faculty bathroom violates the teachers contract.
The traffic restriction will be in effect from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.
Work will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays through April 20.
The sinkhole is in the 2800 block of Laketon Road, just east of the intersection with Crab Hollow Road.
Tracy Montgomery’s daughter Kaitlin, 10, is the subject of a grievance filed by the Steel Valley Education Association.
Federal and state environmental agencies could approve requests for more time to include green projects in sewer repair plans
Follow the PG as we join 5 Pittsburgh-area high school students who are touring 13 historically black colleges to decide on their future.
The paving project that closed Ingomar Road from Babcock Boulevard to Kummer Road was delayed by bad weather, the department said.
Voice recordings showed one of the pilots left the cockpit and could not get back in before the plane went down, killing all 150 onboard.
Republicans narrowly approved a budget with $5.5 trillion in domestic spending cuts over 10 years, increasing defense spending.
U.S. air coalition has joined the fight alongside Iranian-backed Shiite militias and Iraqi security forces to recapture the city of Tikrit.
The superintendent sent a letter to parents notifying them of the security breach at the school.
The outcome to a challenge to President Obama’s mercury pollution abatement rule may hinge on when the EPA considered the costs.
U.S. officials say secret intelligence files held by Yemeni security forces have been looted by Iran-backed militias.
A top Army official on Wednesday announced new medical support to those exposed to chemical weapons in Iraq and apologized for prior
The residential apartment building is on Second Avenue and East 7th Street.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has been charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy and faces a possible life term.
Allegheny County Councilman Bill Robinson withdrew from the race for Allegheny County Council after his petitions were challenged.
The White House said Obama and the Pope plan to discuss “caring for the marginalized and the poor; advancing economic opportunity for all.”
The new developments emerged Wednesday as protesters marched to the house and called for the school to shut down the fraternity permanently.
Plus: FBI intel criticized; Obamacare anniversary; North Dakota oil slump; homeopathic labeling.
The Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority denied a request to release millions in gaming revenue the authority has been withholding.
The county coroner said there was no sign of any congenital defect that caused the death.
Prosecutors say Sanchez-Osorio broke into the 23-year-old student’s bedroom, tore off her underpants and choked her until she turned blue.
Plus: Pakistan offensive; cybercrime targeted; oligarch dismissed; BBC axes Clarkson; Chinese fugitives in U.S.
Also: When our car ran off the road in the pouring rain, evading a deer, a young fellow arrived to keep us safe in the dark until AAA came.
Tuition will increase $24 per credit this fall then freeze for 2016-17.
Bill Robinson’s opponents challenged 343 of 358 signatures on his nominating petitions. Among the names: Naomi Watts and "Russel Crowe."
Six city schools achieve STAR status based on student improvement. Pittsburgh Lincoln PreK-5 is in the top 15 percent.
The letter was placed Monday evening in the mailbox of acting State Police Commissioner Marcus Brown, state police confirmed.
The outbound right lane of the Fort Pitt Bridge will be closed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.
The new three-year pact will be effective Sept. 1. The current contract expires Aug. 31.
The bridge over the turnpike at mile 43 will be replaced with a three-span concrete structure scheduled to open in the fall.
The mayor said the extra 18 months would enable leaders to come up with a plan that is more environmentally friendly and less expensive.
Once the biggest predator in the Great Lakes, the lake sturgeon was driven to the brink of extinction.
The Peduto administration is scheduled to release a report today on the costs associated with the comprehensive financial management system.
Emily Selke, one of the three Americans presumed dead in a Tuesday plane crash in the southern French Alps, worked in Pittsburgh.
After starting 2014 with a budgeted $14.4 million operating deficit, the district has ended the year with a $15.9 million surplus.
The AP Summer Academy will be at Carnegie Mellon University from July 13 to July 31.
The annual Champion Awards are made by an organization of parents and educators advocating for all students with disabilities.
The death of seven children in New York City due to an overheated hotplate used for Sabbath no-work guidelines has Jews reviewing safety.
Evidence from a cockpit voice recorder indicated that one pilot left the cockpit before the plane’s descent and was unable to get back in.
For one morning at Forbes Field, a high school boy had a realistic dream of becoming a Pirate.
Duquesne University held a “A Day for Learning and Speaking Out” on Wednesday but doesn’t want the conversation to end there.
'The threats are not just knocking on the door. They’re in the room,” said former Rep. Timothy Roemer.
Richard Liberto, the district’s director of business affairs, was placed on leave Tuesday with pay, according to district officials.
Joseph Amorese had just undergone surgery. A few scratches later on the “$7 million Golden Ticket,” and he was feeling great.
The Schaffer building was sold for $225,000 to the Pittsburgh Spice and Seasoning Co.
The United States will maintain 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of the year.
The Homeland Security Department’s top deputy is accused of helping foreign investors get U.S. visas in cases involving prominent Democrats.