Human service agencies are feeling a cash-flow crunch and some school districts have approved tapping lines of credit to pay the bills.
Amtrak has not announced the start date for the service but a spokeswoman said it could be as soon as next week.
Everything you need to know to dodge the orange barrels.
At first, rubber-tire shuttles would operate through the corridor, and they might be driverless.
Reports arose of 150 drownings and news that far more migrant corpses had been found crammed in an abandoned truck than first thought.
The panel’s ruling also reversed a ban on the NSA’s collection that had been imposed by a district court judge in December 2013.
The case exposed a tradition in which seniors competed to see how many younger students they could have sex with.
A solo climber sets out to be the first to conquer Everest since the deadly earthquake.
New Kensington physician was committed to social justice.
“Uncoupling” the United States from China, as tycoon Donald Trump proposes, would mean undoing the largest trade relationship in the world.
Today, with his 24-year-old daughter having been gunned down on live TV, Andy Parker is the nation’s latest crusader for gun control.
The former president saluted the post-storm resilience of New Orleans as he and his wife revisited the city’s first public school to reopen.
Ebola did not take Victoria Yillia’s life. And it could not prevent the birth of her son. And yet it loomed, even on this, her happiest day.
Plus: 8 civilians die in clashes; Korea boasts nukes; an end to banking secrecy; tropical storm kills 12; Ashley Madison CEO quits.
Plus: Clinton comes under fire; Dem backs Iran deal; protest ruling issued; 1 billion Facebook log-ins; and more.
Pennsylvania began online voter registration on Thursday, an administrative move by Gov. Tom Wolf after efforts to pass a law lagged.
Drivers will have to dodge restrictions on several highways and main arteries as construction projects continue.
The crash occurred around 6 a.m. at the Boulevard of the Allies ramp.
The incident came as top officials were huddling in Vienna, partly to discuss the biggest wave of refugees pouring into Europe since WWII.
The president explicitly linked New Orleans’s recovery from Hurricane Katrina to the nation’s recovery from the 2008 recession.
Two U.S. think tanks say it could have the third-largest global arsenal in a decade.
Kathleen Kane has 10 days to respond and make the case as to why she should be able to keep her license.
Evidence in his car suggests that the killer of a Virginia TV reporter and cameraman Wednesday meant to go on the run after the shootings.
With two premier bike trails parallel to the route, enthusiasts and bicycle organizations have long pressed the railroad to add the service.
Anthony J. Fiore had served in the office since April 2011 and as deputy since March 2012.
Drew Zoldak is accused of identifying a young woman who was the alleged victim of an institutional sexual assault by another teacher.
Perry Semelsberger remained jailed on the charges Thursday.
The migrants likely suffocated in the truck in Austria, said Hans Peter Doskozil, chief of police in eastern Burgenland province.
A man who once jumped a fence at the White House was killed in a confrontation with police Tuesday.
Avid Life Media Inc., Ashley Madison’s parent company, says Noel Biderman’s departure was a mutual decision.
With money from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and Chevron, the Children's Museum will start maker spaces in West Virginia.
The money will be used as needed to pay bills until the district receives funding from the state.
The district also may withhold payments to the state retirement program due to the lack of a state budget.
Susan Fitzgerald, who co-founded Pine-based Frontiers International Travel, died following complications from heart surgery. She was 76.
From Central I learned the greatest lesson possible, which I might have been wise to practice earlier: Always do your best.
Frank E. Petersen III said his father died at his home, of complications from lung cancer. He was 83.
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An overview of the coming school year in Pittsburgh western suburbs.
An overview of the coming school year in Pittsburgh northern suburbs.
The committee is focusing on two areas of the financially troubled district: state reimbursement for construction and transportation costs.
A lack of funding prompted the authority to scale back hours of operation this month.
Martha Montesano is closing in on the creation of her 1,000th bracelet, a project she began after her daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
Joe Chesno was diagnosed in 2013 and the disease recurred this year.
Thomas Schwartzmier has been appointed to Franklin Park council and can’t serve in both positions.
Richard Schroeter, 43, will spend two weeks in jail, three to 18 months of house arrest in the shooting of Trooper David Kedra.
The work costs $8.5 million. Some work will continue through the school year but isn’t expected to cause disruption.
The hacker was a leading member of a unit that broke into the Twitter and YouTube accounts of the U.S. military’s Central Command this year.
Officials say Mt. Lebanon cannot cull deer in Twin Hills Park. Even though the municipality owns the park, it is within Scott.
The school was damaged by fire in April. Students will continue to be housed in Burchfield school until the new building opens in 2017.
This is the seventh time in a decade that walruses have been driven out of the Chukchi Sea by warming waters.