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Spokeswoman Heather Pharo said a man was shot in the side and wrist and taken to a hospital around midnight.
The lane closures will be delayed until two hours after the end of the Pirates games.
The DEP will mark the first time it has released an official accounting of drilling-related pollution and diminution cases on its website.
Russia presented a combination of conciliation and bluster Monday over its handling of the downed Malaysia Airlines jet.
Leonard L. Scheinholtz was a foodie before anyone knew what that was.
Israeli officials are struggling with a more distilled version of the dilemma it has faced in repeated rounds against Hamas.
Broader investigator access to site of downed Malaysian jet is promised after days of resistance.
Demonstrations were mostly peaceful expressions, but some were with an anti-Semitic tinge, in support of Palestinians.
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Phil Axelrod dreamed of playing second base for the Pirates, but instead became a writer and built a career that spanned four decades.
Raising beef for the dinner table does far more damage to the environment than producing pork, poultry, eggs or dairy, a new study says.
The watchdog group Project on Government Oversight cited complaints from medical professionals coast to coast.
The Boston bomb suspect’s classmate has been convicted of trying to hide evidence that could incriminate his friend.
Rick Perry says Texas is being overwhelmed by influx of Central American children, and criminals are exploiting the crisis.
Nikita Levy was fired after 25 years with the Johns Hopkins Health System in Baltimore in February 2013.
Moody‘s Investors Service cited pensions and one-time revenue sources for cutting the state’s bond rating to Aa3 from Aa2.
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An additional $7.2 million in the state’s budget means it will be able to eliminate a waiting list for nearly 300 people with disabilities.
Two projects will resurface more than eight miles of Interstate 79 starting this week.
The Franciscan friar of more than half a century served as president of St. Francis from 1977 to 2004.
The state Department of Environmental protection‘s application process for long-wall mining is deficient, a new report says.
One day last week, I heard people speaking Spanish outside my screen door and bounded to the sidewalk for an opportunity to practice.
“Evidence now shows labor actually progresses slower than we thought in the past, so many women might just need a little more time.”
The new Department of Human Services would more accurately reflect what the department does, supporters say.
A calendar of health and fitness events for the coming week.
New research at the University of Pittsburgh uncovers a possible link between eye color and responses to pain.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that the inbound tunnel will close at 8 p.m. today through Friday.
The work will occur between Forest Hills and the Squirrel Hill Tunnels from 10 tonight until 5 a.m. Tuesday.
The road will close at 8 p.m. between Route 8 and Pioneer Road, with traffic detoured via Wildwood Road.
Alternating one-way traffic is possible weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and weeknights from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. through late November.
The closures will occur from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day
The Boston Bridge carries Route 48 over the Youghiogheny River in Versailles and Elizabeth Township.
The child somehow escaped from his Greenville home June 6 and ran into the street where he met a woman walking her dog, police say.
At least 60 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers and officers were killed in Shejaiya, an eastern neighborhood of Gaza City.
Secretary of State John Kerry accused Russia of providing SA-11 antiaircraft missiles and training to the Ukrainian pro-Russian rebels.
Most people living with the HIV live in sub-Saharan Africa.
Israel’s High Court of Justice ruled Sunday that the state is not obligated to provide bomb shelters to the Bedouin.
Sixty of the nation’s largest school districts are joining his initiative to improve educational futures, beginning in preschool.
A federal appeals court has delayed the imminent execution of Arizona man Joseph Wood, saying he has a legal right to details.
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Detroit has experienced a wide range of improvements that will factor into a judge’s decisions during next month’s bankruptcy trial.
Risky health behavior including binge-drinking, unsafe sex and use of hard drugs was less common among these kids, a study found.
Being licensed and likable doesn’t necessarily mean a doctor is up to date on best practices. But consumers aren’t sure how to uncover more.
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Here are some tips to how avoid needing a vacation after a vacation.
Mr. Morse invented time-release chemicals to treat drinking water.
The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools will vote Wednesday on revisions that replace zero tolerance with more discretion.
The public was blocked from speaking at the first meeting after the motion was amended, and again at a June 30 meeting.
The Post-Gazette obtained a list of 9,521 street segments that scored zero and went out to get a glimpse of what the worst looked like.
West Mifflin contends the state pays it more than $4,000 per student less for educating students from Duquesne than for its own students.