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The amended panhandling law makes it illegal for beggars to approach drivers using Pittsburgh’s new electronic pay stations.
Sto-Rox loses its bid for a stay against the creation of a Propel charter school in its district.
The DEA has approved changes to the scheduling classification of hydrocodone, set to take effect Monday, to halt misuse of the drug.
The confidential informant was located and agreed to testify at an upcoming trial, making the prosecution’s motion against Fred Rabner moot.
Jeffrey I. Gordon, an expert on the influence of microbes in the human gut, today receives the Dickson Prize at Pitt’s Science 2014.
The cost of diapers is daunting, but not using them can block low-income families from sending children to day care and preschool.
The historic Pollocks Mill Bridge between Morgan and Jefferson partially collapsed as a truck with water for a gas drilling site crossed.
Prosecutors say they should have sought a protective order before providing the criminal history and working agreement on an informant.