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A planning committee will present a formal proposal to the school board this fall.
The Supreme Court decision sharply limits restitution orders against people who view child pornography.
A national reciprocity law would allow gun owners to carry licensed weapons across state lines.
Plus: Oregon's troubled insurance exchange; fast start for measles; Blue Angels misconduct; Internet pay-for-priority.
Lawmakers have become the first to pass a bill requiring that genetically modified foods be labeled as such in the grocery aisle.
Companies are billing millions for trips by patients who can walk, sit, stand or even drive their own cars, federal data show.
The Monongahela Incline will be closed Saturday and Sunday for maintenance, Port Authority announced.
The bridge that carries Bedford Avenue over Interstate 579-Crosstown Boulevard in Downtownwill have lane closures today for inspection.
Plus: Pope's private telephone calls; U.K. tries to curb would-be jihadis; Costa Rica protests "Cuba Twitter;" and gang leader sentenced.
The killing of as many as five pro-Russian militants draws a condemnation from Russia's president.
Israel invoked the suspension days before a Tuesday deadline for extending the talks.
In the week since a deadly avalanche, Sherpa leaders favored canceling the season, against the wishes of their government.
It was the latest in a series of attacks on foreign civilians that has rattled aid workers, contractors and journalists.
With increased lobbying this session by outside advocacy groups, Sen. Bob Casey is hopeful The ABLE Act will pass by the end of next month.
Most of the bonds would go toward refinancing 2004 notes and the remaining amount would fund capital projects for 2015 and 2016.
A mom is jolted one day by surprising realization that daughter has grown up and needs a prom dress.
Montour School District's plan to build a $55 million elementary school hinges on upcoming township and school board votes.
Travelers are being detoured onto Route 19, state police in Butler said.
The interchanges at Monroeville and Beaver Valley will have traffic restrictions in the coming days.
The restrictions will be in place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Friday.
PennDOT will restrict traffic on Washington, Connor and Gilkeson roads in Mt. Lebanon today during road striping work.
The largest maintenance items were repaving and replacing the rubber portions of roofs on some schools.
Plus: No video of police shooting; disciplined workers' perks; U-2 spy plane phaseout; Manning's name change.
An informant working for the FBI coordinated a 2012 campaign of hundreds of cyberattacks on foreign websites.
The regulatory blueprint would also cover pipe tobacco and cigars, tobacco products that have long slid under the regulatory radar.
The Justice Department will try to find inmates who committed low-level crimes and could be released early.
It has highlighted sharp divisions, especially in the West, over the power of the federal government and the rights of landowners.
In a 5-4 decision, the court remands the case and instructs the lower court to come up with an amount that more closely reflects
The 20-year-old victim was in critical condition with gunshot wounds to the head, neck and leg.
Plus: Fighting in South Sudan; rebels allege Assad used chemical weapons; U.S. aid to Egypt; debris checked for link to missing jet.
Moscow says it is prepared to retaliate against any attack on its citizens or interests in Ukraine.
South Korean high school students, relatives and other mourners laid long-stemmed white chrysanthemums before an altar in a gymnasium.
The deal between Fatah and Hamas could threaten Mideast talks.
Pope John Paul II's legacy is growing in an area that got scant mention in his obituaries nine years ago: as a sex educator.
The president said that the uninhabited islands are administered by Japan and fall within scope of the U.S.-Japan security treaty.
A successful real estate developer from Squirrel Hill, Francis Wymard devoted his time and talents to missions in Haiti and Bolivia.
Pittsburghers honor a vet's service, help with a flat tire, give directions, and pay for groceries.
The number of cases of the potentially deadly, newly contracted Middle East Respiratory Syndrome reaches 272.
A high school freshman said her grades suffered until she transferred schools and escaped it.
Alan Bennett has spent 34 years in public school administration. He will retire May 1.
Speakers supporting the teachers in contract talks came forward at Monday's school board meeting.
Board members approved Corey Gadson's resignation for the 2014-15 school year at Wednesday's legislative board meeting.
The two parties met this morning to discuss ride-sharing legislation.
The westbound on- and off-ramps will have alternating traffic controlled by flaggers from 9 p.m. Thursday to 2 a.m. Friday.
About five to 10 people protesting the university's proposal to go coed agree to relocate to Fifth Avenue.
Christina Graham-Pinkney was a passenger in a vehicle that collided with another vehicle around 1:30 a.m. on Robinson Boulevard.
The two other Democratic contenders, Tom Wolf and Allyson Schwartz, skipped the forum.
Plus: Obama tours Washington mudslide area; New Mexico police officer kills woman; IDs sought in molestation cases
The investigation into a Main Line high school drug ring began months ago. Police arrested one alleged ringleader in February.
The American middle class, long the most affluent in the world, has lost that distinction.