Young Beltzhoover man, apparently shot to death, found in vacant lot in Homewood.
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Allegheny County medical examiner says Jabree Hines, 18, died early Saturday from injury suffered in shooting on Russellwood Street, Stowe.
Woman in stable condition after shooting on Woodlow Street early this morning by man asked to leave party, Pittsburgh Police report.
Devon Davis filed the suit against city police Chief Cameron McLay, six officers and the city.
The storms dumped up to 7 inches of rain in some places, triggering mudslides, turning roads into rivers and sweeping away two homes
“How do we not screw up the Strip?” city Councilwoman Deborah Gross asks.
U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle said he expects state officials to take action soon to revoke a law that prevents compliance with a federal ID law.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority agreed Friday to the $397,217 trial, which will bring water line inspections to 6,700 customers.
Michael Ruffetto admitted he misused money slated for carbon sequestration.
The lawsuit alleges the theater is not complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Charles Cook, 61, a man with a long criminal history, was identified Friday as the suspect in the killing of Myrtle McGill in 1991.
Allegheny County Police were called to the intersection of Russellwood and Valley streets shortly before 6 p.m.
A jury deliberated less than one hour this afternoon before finding a Clairton teen not guilty of a 2015 homicide.
Police and paramedics were called to the 2400 block of Bedford Avenue after the shooting was reported around 3:30 p.m.
The GOP presidential nominee decried U.S. trade policy and its approach to the Middle East under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The musicians and management of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra are getting back to the table.
Kishawn Jackson, 16, is charged with attempted homicide and related counts.
After the work is complete, all four lanes of the Liberty Bridge will reopen to traffic.
Romp n’ Roll in Shaler will be closing Nov. 30. The new owners want to turn the facility into a warehouse and showroom.
The presidential campaign will again make its rounds in Western Pennsylvania over the next several days.
Denise Adams of Emsworth, mother of five and grandmother of 18, is a well-known fixture in the bleachers at Northgate games.
Students at Carlynton High School have decorated the borough-owned golf course for Halloween and are operating the course as a fundraiser.
The casino must get Pittsburgh to vacate a street that doesn’t exist before it can build an adjacent hotel.
Keith Payne, 20, pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, robbery, conspiracy and gun violations for shooting 44-year-old Lamar Thomas.
John Sanders, 21, is accused of killing Isaac Cole, 22, in Clairton.
The closure begins at 8 p.m. to allow crews to remove barriers and return lane markings and will reopen Monday.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, recognizing the realities of life, has released new recommendations on childrens’ media use.
Aidan Howard, now at Robert Morris University, said he was bullied and forced to fight another freshman in the UVA team locker room.
Michael and Heather Risko agreed to pay fines and restitution and will not have to serve jail time.
PAServes: Greater Pittsburgh, an outreach network, launched last October to make sure vets are receiving services they need.
Mary Cavasina served as assistant chief and physician of the local fire department from 1962 to 1989 and gave members free physicals.
Last month a Common Pleas judge denied the district’s request to arm its school police officers and said the officers needed more training.
The new policy applies to students, visitors and employees and covers schools, parking lots and stadiums.
On Monday, council approved an ordinance to allow residents to have backyard chickens by applying for a special zoning exception.
Council approved increases in the garbage collection and sewer service rates.
The board also has approved a new policy on when the public may use district facilities.
The school board heard some opposition to the creation of the club.
The Irwin Business and Professional Association will hold its third annual Ghost Walk on Saturday.
The raise is intended to put the district’s pay amount at or above what other districts pay to ensure a sufficient supply of substitutes.
Mars will celebrate New Year’s Day on the planet that shares its name, holding a challenge for students from a number of districts.
Michelle Stepnick, who stepped down from the board, said she has rescinded her resignation, but eight other people are vying for the seat.
Edward McHugh, 58, of Mt. Lebanon was last reported seen at his dental practice in Brentwood Tuesday afternoon.
The hardest hit area from the overnight heavy rain appeared to be Fayette County.
The transit company will pay the consultant $2.4 million to provide preliminary engineering to help its application for federal funding.
The State System was still calculating how many of its 5,000-plus faculty members were showing up to teach at its 14 universities.
Environmental groups ask the EPA to sanction Allegheny County Health Department for deficiencies in issuing Title V permits.
The game against Sto-Rox will begin at 4:30 p.m. and attendance is open only to parents of football players.
The students sued the school district Oct. 6 after it passed what they call a “discriminatory” policy in September.
The robbery occurred shortly after noon on Oct. 6 at the PNC Bank ATM at the corner of North Craig Street and Fifth Avenue.