An Uber driver has been charged for an incident last month in which a woman claimed he made sexual advances toward her.
Ricardo Campbell and Dwayne Facey were set for the continuation of a non-jury trial before Common Pleas Judge Philip A. Ignelzi on Monday.
Jacob Remaley is charged with fatally shooting Dana Remaley 46, and her 8-year-old son, Caleb.
U.S. Army Capt. Mark Resh, a 2001 Pitt grad and Apache helicopter pilot, was killed when his helicopter was shot down in 2007.
The process took 45 minutes with 16 political observers and county officials watching.
A crowd packed the Woodland Hills School Board meeting Monday night to talk about high school principal Kevin Murray.
Among the victims was the Allegheny County District Attorney’s office, which paid $1,400 in ransom to unlock an infected computer.
CMU’s College of Engineering and the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy will work jointly on transportation innovations.
A federal judge ordered Han Tong, 24, to be sent home for his role in helping others cheat on their college entrance exams.
The Lower Hill was full of clubs where jazz leaked out into the streets when the doors opened, then faded as they closed.
Rosalind Sugarmann was indicted on 237 counts of illegal distribution of Xanax and Suboxone but pleaded guilty to two counts.
Investigators working the scene of an accident on Lougeay Road in Penn Hills, where a car rolled down a hillside and into a house.
Pittsburgh police responded to the 7400 block of Penfield Place for the report of shots fired around 2:45 a.m.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. in the 400 block of East Slippery Rock Road.
Nearly a century ago, a young pregnant woman named Maggie Howze stood on a Mississippi bridge with a rope around her neck.
McKees Rocks police responded to the 400 block of Island Avenue at 2:54 p.m. for a report of a shooting.
Mr. Nixon joined Ralph Proctor and city council members Sala Udin and Valerie McDonald in planning what became the August Wilson Center.
The three-time Emmy winner gives her take on the latest presidential election and what it means for the nation.
Residents of the area where Pittsburgh, Wilkinsburg, Edgewood and Swissvale meet want a crosswalk at South Braddock at Sanders Street.
Once isolated by abuse, a Homestead mother and son are part of the Steel Valley Family Center and Toys for Tots.
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The cleanup is one project covered by a $10,000 grant from Lowe’s.
Pittsburgh police are investigating three shootings that wounded men around the city Sunday in Marshall-Shadeland, Garfield and the Hill
Study by The Chronicle of Higher Education found that 39 presidents earned more than $1 million, compared with 32 the previous year.
Investigators say Giovaunne Davis, 27, was shot and killed on Rebecca Avenue.
Police said the shooter was one of three men that approached the victim this morning.
Franklin Park Borough Police today are requesting the public's help in connection with a road-rage incident from Friday.
Police are asking the public's help in solving an armed robbery.
For families in Pennsylvania who have a child with an intellectual or developmental disability, a 21st birthday can be an unhappy milestone.
With a new contract for musicians, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra avoided dragging out a long work stoppage and losing more concerts.
Going into fourth year, future of marketplace plans uncertain.
A Pitt professor teaches the skills of fact-based persuasion in an age weaned on the warp speed and anonymity of social media.
He made his mark as a longtime Donora councilman and mayor, contributing in ways that ranged from erecting buildings to lifting people.
He is the first person convicted in Allegheny County to be re-sentenced and released under a 2012 Supreme Court decision.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Goodfellows Fund has sought to ensure that children in struggling families enjoy the magic of the holidays.
District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. wants officers to use stop sticks at each stop to avoid chases, but police say it isn’t practical.
The recount campaign says it’ll seek an emergency federal court order for the recount.
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The report, released in honor of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, compiled statistics from a variety of sources.
Investigators said somebody drew swastikas in a bathroom and painted a racial slur at the football field at Jefferson Middle School.
In addition to the Post-Gazette Goodfellows Fund, the Marine Corps works with others like Q92.9 FM and the Port Authority to collect toys.
The 13 percent rate increase for Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customers translates roughly into an additional $7 per month.
A new study says the use of “green infrastructure” is a better, less expensive way to reduce illegal wet weather sewage overflows.
Friday night, for the first time in two-and-a-half months, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra played a concert inside of Heinz Hall.
Judge Joseph James rejected a Republican bid to avert a reexamination of vote totals in 52 Allegheny County precincts.
The Woodland Hills student recorded an encounter with Kevin Murray. The teen has been charged in connection with another recording incident.
Someone painted in pink the letters “ACAB” which the memorial’s president, Donna Best, said is a derogatory acronym.
The work will pave the way for redevelopment of the Boulevard of the Allies property.
The crash occurred in the 2200 block of Powell Road at 2:02 a.m.
A supervisor with the Allegheny County emergency dispatch center said the incident occurred at 1:06 a.m. on Universal Road.