The new law extends protections to all residential properties, whereas the existing law covers only residential zones.
The budget impasse could stanch the flow of $33 million per month to human services providers, County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said.
A panel heard hours of testimony raising concerns about testing requirements.
Ms. McMahon and WWE became involved with Children's Hospital after meeting 8-year-old Connor Michalek, a Hampton child battling a rare
A white campus officer has been indicted on a murder charge in the fatal shooting of a black man amid a minor traffic stop.
A songbook found at Pitt shows that “Happy Birthday” isn’t copyrighted, lawyers say, calling it the “smoking gun” in a long legal dispute.
The U.S. House on Wednesday approved a short-term bill to keep federal highway money flowing for three months.
James Holmes’ parents insisted at the sentencing phase of his trial that they had no inkling that he was having homicidal thoughts.
Investigators believe that debris found on an Indian Ocean island is a wing component unique to a Boeing 777.
A farm owner and guide who aided an American dentist’s kill of a protected lion in Zimbabwe faced a court hearing Wednesday.
Russia scuttled a Security Council effort to prosecute the culprits in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet in Ukraine last year.
For several years, Sister Michele had been regularly visiting homeless people beneath bridges in Pittsburgh to bring food and socialize.
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Mr. Slatten made fantasy footwear, adorning his designs with rhinestones, peacock feathers, decals and the images of celebrities’ faces.
Motorcyclists ride from Monroeville to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to show support for liver recipient Lucas Goeller.
Plus: Boehner ouster sought; United Airlines hacked; Windows 10 released.
Plus: Turkey escalates airstrikes; Greek prime minister; Iran’s president invited to France; West Bank unrest; war in Yemen; Pacific trade.
The fare increase would have been Yellow Cab's first since 2008, according to the PUC filing.
Repair work on the inbound Parkway East will restrict traffic the next three nights.
The Latino Family Center triples its size in its new Hazelwood home and hopes to serve more families as the Latino population grows.
State statistics released this week show improvements as well as remaining problems in child abuse reporting and referrals.
Mount Washington business owners pushed for the delay, saying Labor Day weekend was one of their busiest holidays of the year.
WVU is among 17 teams selected to travel to Irvine, Calif., for the Solar Decathalon competition Oct. 8 to 18.
Police say Joseph Ruggieri, 40, of Plum, ignored a court order to not contact his alleged victim not once but twice.
Heather Arnet is the Democratic candidate in a state Senate special election for the 37th District, facing Republican Guy Reschenthaler.
"I wasted a lot of time and money for my stupid decision," Biyuan Li, 25, told U.S. District Judge Joy Flowers Conti.
The remains of four leaders of the colonial American settlement in Jamestown, V., have been unearthed and identified by archaeologists.
President Barack Obama challenges the one-man rule and clinging to power of many of the continent’s leaders.
Republicans in Congress are designating women lawmakers to draft measures to end federal assistance to Planned Parenthood health services.
Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole after serving 30 years of a life term.
The bridge is expected to close Aug. 10 and remain shut through October 2016.
The body of an 8-year-old girl has been discovered in a trash bin in her neighborhood, and a teenage boy who lives there has been arrested.
More than 160,000 people sought a pardon for spying charges against former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
Abdul Hassib Seddiqi, spokesman for Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security, said Mullah Omar died in Pakistan in April 2013.
The Democrat from Philadelphia faces charges involving several schemes.
Among the requests to the PUC are surcharges of up to $8 per trip on Friday and Saturday nights.
Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty Tuesday to helping two prison inmates escape in June.
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About 650 jobs will be lost with the closure, part of the airline’s merger with American Airlines.
Dr. Encke, 76, died Monday from complications of a kidney stone, Mrs. Encke said.
When it stood tall, the Westinghouse atom smasher supported everything around Chalfant.
The Bloomfield Bridge will be closed to southbound traffic for 23 days starting this morning, PennDOT announced.
Water Works Road in Sewickley was scheduled to close for several months starting this morning.
Scalp cooling technology, which prevents hair loss in some chemotherapy patients, is entering the mainstream, including in Pittsburgh.
Studies show watermelon, often considered little more than sugar water, helps fight heart disease, some cancer and, for sure, dehydration.
The NRA says beneficiaries who lack capacity to manage their affairs are targets for the “largest gun grab in American history.”
The federal appeals court also upheld the EPA’s right to impose the standards, which states and industry groups called overly burdensome.
Overriding a veto requires a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate and would require Democratic votes.