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.
The move would bump her annual salary to $245,000 during her last six months with the district.
The Pittsburgh Public Schools board honored Mark Brentley, William Isler and Sherry Hazuda during their final meeting as board directors.
Some Democrats are fighting back and asking why the participants in an email scandal are not being equally scrutinized.
The school, which has been vacant for 14 years, is bought by a realty company representing a collaboration of youth-service organizations.
Meanwhile, a street cleaner found an explosive vest similar to those used in the Paris attacks on Monday.
An evening of fun at a block party swiftly turned into a nightmare.
Hollande’s trip to Washington was part of a diplomatic push to get the U.S. and other nations to bolster efforts to destroy ISIS.
Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says the sides couldn’t agree on which school districts should benefit the most.
Crimean activists and Ukrainian nationalists left the peninsula in the dark and Ukraine and Russia headed toward a standoff over the issue.
Nola was euthanized at the San Diego zoo Sunday after an illness from a bacterial infection and age-related health issues worsened.
While multinational companies in certain industries say they investigate allegations of abuse, they rarely share negative findings.
Spokeswoman says 2026 deadline impossible, especially as it tries to satisfy greener, not “grayer” approach.
Bill would set safety standards and insurance requirements for companies and drivers.
Nearly 6 in 10 respondents said they feel “frustrated” by the government and another 1 in 5 described themselves as “angry” toward it.
The country plunged into deadly violence after President Pierre Nkurunziza announced in April that he’d seek a third term in office.
The BioWatch system, introduced by President George W. Bush in 2003, has exasperated public health officials with numerous false alarms.
The “East of Liberty” filmmaker expands documentary to address youth culture and violence with youth at Shuman Detention Center.
The Squirrel Hill school was on modified lockdown today as an added precaution after staff escorted a parent from the building.
The stadium authority is giving the Pirates and Steelers another year to start their next development — a 250-unit residential and retail
The experiment has implications far beyond the promise of fighting malaria.
Health-related events for the coming week.
Some questions and answers about what to expect after having a heart attack.
A Philadelphia Police Department spokeswoman says the trooper was shot and taken to Hahnemann University Hospital.
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Coca-Cola Co. CEO Muhtar Kent said in a statement that “it has become clear to us that there was not a sufficient level of transparency.
Russia said the Su-24 was downed by artillery fire, but Turkey claims its F-16s fired on the plane after it ignored several warnings.
Ann E. Harris, 53, of Monongahela, waived indictment before U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak.
Officer Jason Van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder in the killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald on Oct. 20, 2014.
A travel alert, which is to be in effect until Feb. 24, said information suggests militants continue to plan attacks in multiple regions.
Rhona Applebaum is Coke’s chief health and science officer; the company says it has accepted her retirement.
A contract extension between the teachers and the district was unanimously approved by the school board at a Tuesday meeting.
Former bank executive Frederick J. Birkel took duties seriously as son, husband, father and Marine.
Dan Harding has developed software that compares health plans, which could be helpful during the open enrollment periods now underway.
Also, Parkway East will close for a second weekend, which will begin at 10 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4, and run through 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6.
Monday night, the Senate took up a proposal to eliminate property taxes by raising sales and personal income taxes, a plan Mr. Wolf opposes.
A gallon is approaching $2.30, its lowest price since May 2009 in the Pittsburgh region.
Richard Liberto is currently the business manager in the Wilkinsburg School District.
Fee structure needed to make special education affordable to districts, keep AIU centers operational
Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s director says a new model -- one that does not require it to absorb deficits -- is needed.
Donald Trump said Sunday that the protester who interrupted his rally at an Alabama convention center was “so obnoxious and so loud.”