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West Hardies Road in Hampton, which has been closed since July 21, is scheduled to reopen tonight, weather permitting.
Democratic nominee for governor took a tour Friday of the Bidwell Training Center on the North Side.
The Steel City leans, if even just a bit, further left than the Mile High City. Yes, you read that right, er, correctly.
The German-born scholar of sociology, dedicated to global understanding, came to Pitt in 1960 and served for 20 years as head of UCIS.
The United Nations’ racism watchdog on Friday urged the United States to halt the excessive use of force by police.
Employees who decline vaccination for medical or religious reasons would be required to wear a mask within six feet of patients or staff.
Instead, the president said in a White House news conference, he has asked the Pentagon to prepare options.
The about-face by Roger Goodell, the most powerful executive in U.S. sports, was stunning in its earnestness and clarity.
Russian tanks and troops fired their way into eastern Ukraine on Thursday and seized a strategic gateway town.
Documents would be preserved for litigation and Right-to-Know reviews.
The district said the school calendar will be adjusted, including a move of the planned June 12 commencement.
But firearms safety experts say there’s no reason children cannot be taught how to safely handle a firearm.
Heading into the last holiday weekend of summer, the temperature in Pittsburgh has yet to reach 90 degrees. Will that change?
All families are crazy, which is all the more reason to savor the memories.
There’s something special about Western Pennsylvania high school football.
About 5 million emails pass through the 47 agencies across the state’s executive branch weekly.
The 243 cases, from 2008 to 2014, include some where a single drilling operation impacted multiple water wells.
Ride-sharing issues raised by Uber and Lyft were discussed at a Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission hearing in Harrisburg on Thursday.
Frances Yeend and her husband, James Benner, antiques and art collection is up for auction this weekend in Fairmont, W. Va.
Margaret M. “Peg” Fitzgerald’s entire working life was composed of service: to God, her country and to the inmates at the county jail.
Secretary Robert McDonald apologized for a benefits office guide that depicted veterans as Sesame Street character “Oscar the Grouch.”
Texas drillers are ignoring noise plaints, but in Colorado the industry is cutting back on rumbling trucks and trying to curb pollution.
Howard Buffett said he will give the civil rights icon’s items to the museum because “it’s just not right” that they were in a warehouse.
The WHO unveiled a new road map for containing the virus, and scientists are fast-tracking efforts to find a treatment or vaccine.
While the plan is just a first step in the process, it reflects the energy potential in the Arctic.
Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said teams continued to refine the search area.
Valley Brook Road in Peters reopened Thursday after a $4.9 million, 15-month project to reconstruct and realign the intersection.
An Obama executive action on immigration may provoke a GOP federal shutdown.
Hong Kong is set to pick its top official, the chief executive, by a popular vote starting in 2017.
The devices could detect serious heart conditions by mobile device readings.
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The restriction will be in place from 10 p.m. tonight until 5 a.m. Friday.
The determination letters, made available for the first time Thursday, show 248 incidents where drilling has contaminated water supplies.
It’s no simple task -- keeping motorists moving safely through the area’s many tunnels.
The survey shows Tom Wolf favored by 49 percent of registered voters, Gov. Tom Corbett backed by 24 percent and 25 percent undecided.
The northbound on-ramp at Carnegie and the northbound off-ramp to the inbound Parkway West will close at 9 p.m. and reopen by 5 a.m. Friday.
Details of a report released today point to sustainable underlying strength.
Pennsylvania’s working poor -- as many as 600,000 may be eligible -- could start receiving subsidized health insurance as early as Jan. 1.
The $4.9 million project reconstructed the interchange, with a new ramp from westbound Valley Brook Road to Route 19.
The agency today published new figures saying 1,552 people have died from the virus so far in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria.
The “Knee Defender,” a $22 device that can force a seat to remain upright, highlights different views about reclining seats on airplanes.
Christopher Niebauer of Butler, the only man in the eight-member department, claims in a federal suit he has been bypassed for promotion.
John S. Longo, 58, faces a mandatory minimum 15-year prison term when U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer sentences him, set for Jan. 22.
Two taxi operators from Philadelphia tell the PUC that ride-sharing service Lyft doesn’t have insurance or fare restrictions they have.
A PSEA report says poor school districts have fared worse than wealthy ones in state funding and student performance.
He was co-founder and conductor of the influential Orchestra of the 18th Century and a virtuoso recorder player.
Later this year, the zoo also will receive three 2-year-old Galápagos tortoises from the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas.
The school board voted Thursday to appoint Brian Werner as principal of Dormont Elementary School at a salary of $92,000 per year.
Besides poems, novels and translations from Russian, Italian and English, Mr. Petrov authored numerous film scripts and plays.