This year’s work on Liberty Bridge repairs includes extended closures on ramps to the Boulevard of the Allies and the boulevard itself.
Richard Black said he was conflicted about not changing his vote and forcing a mistrial in former PSU president’s child endangerment case.
Albert Lord told The Chronicle of Higher Education that the “so-called victims” were too prominent in Graham Spanier’s trial.
The AP estimated that over a 12-year period following enactment of the law, H.B. 2 would cost the state at least $3.7B due to these losses.
The announcement comes as the fraternity already faces criminal and campus investigation related to the death in February of Timothy Piazza.
State Sen. Scott Wagner, who is running for governor, is not running to be the “top scientist in the state,” his campaign manager said.
Also, downed power lines have closed Verona Road between Lincoln Road and Sandy Creek Road/Coal Hollow Road in Penn Hills.
Pittsburgh rapper characterizes his visit and apparent offering of joint “personal activities”
Volkswagen is paying more than $157 million to 10 states to settle environmental lawsuits due to diesel emissions-cheating scandal.
Some top senators are promising to steer clear of politics as they open a hearing on Russian interference in the presidential election.
Trump has lurched between battering and buttering up conservatives who killed his health care overhaul.
The fast food giant is attempting to compete with Wendy’s signature offering.
Thirteen people who were on their way home from a church retreat in southwest Texas were killed.
A 91-year-old federal judge who recently stopped hearing cases due to health issues has been reported missing from his Scranton home.
A federal judge in Hawaii decided Wednesday to extend his order blocking President Donald Trump's travel ban.
The tentative agreement, reached during a prolonged bargaining session, gives a one-year extension of the current contract.
It looks increasingly unlikely Gorsuch will draw support from at least eight Democrats, which he would need to reach a confirmation vote.
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and his wife, Cecilia, offered their condolences in the hours after the crash.
It’s not clear what’s on the bulk of the recordings the group made at National Abortion Federation meetings.
But critics say that Mr. Trump’s actions as president so far undermine his rhetoric.
A study by the Governors Highway Safety Association shows increasing pedestrian deaths, especially among walkers who are drunk.
Officials of the private campus of nearly 1,800 students say they expect about 150 participants.
Representatives are traveling to China to explore tourism and educational opportunities with the goal of building eventual airline service.
The agency is seeking protection against fines prescribed by two township charters.
The Wolf's administration says the merger of the four departments would be more efficient and a save more than $90 million for taxpayers
Obituary: Eileen M. Carlins / Loss of infant daughter led her to advocacy in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Mrs. Carlins, an expert on infant “safe sleep” approaches, died Friday at her home in Pleasant Hills after a battle with melanoma.
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The spat between Peduto and Wagner over removal of lead water service lines in the city turns out to be about how fast it should be done.
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The school board voted unanimously to hire Mark Holtzman Jr. as superintendent of the McKeesport Area School District effective July 1.
The legislation, which heads to the House, would free up $15 million to improve delivery of services and help cut down waits for benefits.
The bridge will be closed to all but pedestrian traffic while crews make repairs to the concrete deck.
A request for proposals will solicit logistical help for the “Safe Water Plan,” announced early this month.
A Pennsylvania doctor is being sent to prison for secretly filming women with cameras hidden in bathrooms at his office and home.
Ivanka Trump already has an office in the West Wing, and she said last week that she would serve as an informal adviser to her father.
Bill Baroni was convicted in November for his role in lane closures near the George Washington Bridge.
Shots were fired after a vehicle crashed into a police cruiser outside a House office building on Capitol Hill, police said.
The bodies of Michael Sharp of Westmoreland County, Swedish national Zaida Catalan and their interpreter were found in a shallow grave.
Environmental groups say they'll file lawsuits and mobilize public backlash to plans by Trump to roll back efforts to curb global warming.
Anti-EU politicians saluted Wednesday as the day Britain regained its sovereignty from Brussels bureaucrats.
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The deal marks a milestone in the effort to overcome the disastrous decision in 2014 to draw water from a river without treating it.
And leaders haven’t resolved how to overcome the deep GOP divisions that crumpled their legislation last week.
The California Republican said the intelligence committee would not interview more witnesses until two spy chiefs return to Capitol Hill.
The storm made landfall near Airlie Beach, a tourist resort and gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, at midday with wind gusts up to 162 mph.
A notorious fungus that's killing bats by the millions is now in Texas, a state with the nation's largest diversity of bats and, in a cave
State Rep. Dom Costa, D-Stanton Heights, is drafting a bill to register tow truck drivers and reduce unscrupulous business practices.