A judge ordered an IUP student to stand trial on felony homicide and assault charges after a fight lead to the death of his frat brother.
The plan addresses concerns raised by a January report on the Pittsburgh Public School system and caps off Anthony Hamlet’s first year.
Cpl. Stephen Ballard, 32, was slain Wednesday in the parking lot of a Wawa convenience store in Bear, Del.
Flynn, an often controversial former three-star Army general, has become an increasingly problematic figure for the White House.
Covestro’s growth helped push Bayer’s net income up by 38 percent on sales of 13.2 billion euros.
HARRISBURG — Sentencing has been scheduled for three former top officials at Penn State University who were convicted of child endangerment
Turkey's coastal safety authority says that a Russian navy reconnaissance ship has sunk off Istanbul after colliding with a freighter. All
In the report released Thursday, the airline says it allowed internal policies to distract from the need to treat passengers with respect.
The employee at a swimming pool manufacturing company in central Pennsylvania was killed after he was trapped under a 1,200-pound mold.
Passengers on future United Airlines flights will be given more of an incentive to give up their seats when the plane is oversold.
Small business owners don't plan a hiring binge if the Trump administration's plan to lower tax rates becomes law.
The Liberty Bridge and the inbound Liberty Tunnel will be closed this weekend as part of ongoing deck reconstruction work.
About 8,800 people in Pennsylvania are served by sheltered workshops now.
Aron Bielski, 89, told an audience in Squirrel Hill how he and three older brothers rescued Jews in Belorussia during the war.
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Venezuela had threatened to withdraw from the OAS if it called the meeting of ministers.
The surprise announcement just hours after administration officials said the president was considering an executive order to pull out.
An examination of the grenade showed traces of the chemical hexamine, a key signature of the Syrian chemical weapons program.
On Wednesday, South Korea started installing key parts of a contentious U.S. missile defense system.
The crackdown has targeted not just those believed to be “Gulenists,” but also leftist and liberal dissidents.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said in a Wednesday speech he wants to ditch the Obama-era rules.
The president signed an executive order directing the review of the designation of dozens of national monuments on federal lands.
A speaker at the third annual Great Lakes Economic Forum emphasized the molasses-like pace of governmental change.
If true, the finding would far surpass the widely accepted date of about 15,000 years ago.
Health Department officials said Wednesday that they received more than 500 packages from applicants by the March 20 deadline.
The construction company Jendoco took its name in honor of the founder’s late mother, Jenny Dozzi.
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Frein was sentenced by a jury to death by lethal injection after his conviction on charges including murder of a law enforcement officer.
The North Allegheny school board Wednesday unanimously rejected an administrative proposal to eliminate the third-grade strings program.
David Danks, a CMU professor, is exploring human trust and autonomous technology.
The outlined changes to the tax code are the most concrete guidance so far on Trump's vision for spurring job growth.
Owners of older homes and rental units in Allegheny County, if eligible according to income guidelines, can have lead hazards removed.
United Airlines says a giant rabbit was alive when it arrived on a flight from London to Chicago, but died shortly after.
Gov. Tom Wolf called the legislation “nothing more than an ideologically driven attempt to disrupt health services for thousands of women.”
FirstEnergy’s disputes with several railroad companies could bring a company subsidiary to the brink of bankruptcy.
The New York Police Department said this week that it's still found no signs of foul play.
Authorities believe victim Will Chaffin showed up at his cousin’s house with a shotgun, which went off when the cousin tried to grab it.
The rich-poor gap ballooned by $29,200 to $189,600 between 2010 and 2015, according to a Bloomberg analysis.
Eric Frein could be sentenced to death in the 2014 ambush that killed Cpl. Bryon Dickson II and wounded Trooper Alex Douglass.
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President Donald Trump’s administration is now looking to bolster the Child and Dependent Care Credit.
The House approved a plan that opponents say could spell the end of state-owned liquor stores.
Construction projects and traffic restrictions throughout the Pittsburgh region.
In 1964, Alcoa’s dam energized factories that the company built, but the people who were forced to move say they have seen little benefit.
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Testimony this week will help determine whether jail employees will be charged with abuse in the dehydration death of Terrill Thomas.
Russian investigators identified Akbarzhon Dzhalilov as the suicide bomber who carried out the April 3 attack.