The National Endowment for the Arts and other conservative targets fight to remain budgeted.
Starting in June, Pittsburgh International Airport will offer as many flights to Iceland as it does to Los Angeles or San Francisco.
The Oaklander Hotel will have 167 rooms and is being built on land owned by the Pittsburgh Athletic Association.
Sheila Wagner, 45, and Robert Davies, 60, both face charges of homicide and other crimes in the death of Ronald Peless.
President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos won’t have much influence over local district policy, experts say.
Replacement bridges in Plum and Monroeville will be longer to accommodate turnpike’s ongoing expansion.
State police in Beaver said Michael S. Stroud, 56, died at the scene of the accident. Police are investigating what caused the crash.
Key Pa. senator under fire for suggesting inner-city students need 'less intensive' program to succeed
Sen. John Eichelberger, R-Blair, who chairs the Senate Education Committee, said his comments were taken out of context.
The Penn Avenue setting was poignant because it was the last known location of Dakota James, a 23-year-old North Side resident.
The vote will allow a group of retired educators and others to create a high school for the performing arts.
Advocacy groups and parents asked again for an end to out-of-school suspensions or expulsions for nonviolent conduct.
A leaky PWSA water main is about a century old and made of riveted steel. The exact location of its rupture remained a mystery Monday.
Those using the T on Tuesday morning should expect delays during the rush hour.
About 1,200 customers, most located south of the Montour Trail, will be without service this evening.
Police were called to Mt. Pleasant Road late Sunday for a report that someone had been shot.
A group of about 65 Pittsburghers that includes a boxing delegation and state legislators is bound for Cuba.
Truck driver Paul Wahlbaum, 51, of Mount Pleasant was killed after he lost control of his water tanker near Weaver Run Road in Amwell.
“In the Depression, not only did you learn to pinch pennies, but you learned to live on very little,” Mr. Novak said in a 2012 interview.
There is a “strong Indication” are that the pair is caring for a third egg, as they took turns sitting on the nest Sunday while never
Students explore engineering through hands-on activities at first-ever Explore Engineering! festival at Carnegie Mellon University.
Recently paralyzed cyclist Danny Chew gets his first taste of riding a hand-cycle outdoors since his tragic autumn accident.
Two proposals — one in the Senate and the other in the House — will allow for involuntary commitment to drug treatment for users.
The gas boom has brought with it more pipelines and more pipeline cases of eminent domain.
Nick Lane, the noted evolutionary biochemist and author, will be keynote speaker Tuesday for Darwin Day 2017 at Duquesne University.
You can listen to your own music while you wait, but no one does. Bradly Richards, the guy with the scissors, has the best playlist.
In the video, a man can be heard saying, “I knocked both these [expletive] out. … Shut up before I knock your [expletive] out next.”
There is a “strong Indication” are that the pair is caring for a third egg, as they took turns sitting on the nest today while never
This year’s total was an increase over the $9.7 million raised last year, but still lower than previous years.
The plan to put North Hills schools under one administration soon to be duplicated in other regions, he says.
Despite the rejection, analysts say Kraft Heinz, co-headquartered in Pittsburgh and Chicago, is in the market for acquisitions.
The Washington County men were traveling southbound on Route 51 in North Union when their vehicle went off the road and hit a tree.
After two days of negative tests, water in the Westmoreland County community is deemed safe to drink.
The person was killed in a vehicle crash around 3 a.m. on Mercer Road in Daugherty Township.
Penn State’s Barkley finds a friend in youngster who defeated cancer during marathon weekend.
He died of heart failure early Saturday morning in a hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he was being treated for pulmonary disease.
Molly’s Trolleys and Just Ducky Tours see their business grow as Pittsburgh’s Downtown life improves.
Syrian immigrants left their war-torn country 4 years ago and now are beginning a new life in Pittsburgh.
The fledgling national bike club hopes to make cycling popular with local teams, including one in Pittsburgh.
The student retreat ignited a worldwide Catholic charismatic renewal, one of the church’s most influential spiritual movements.
Ford’s $1 billion investment in autonomous technology in Pittsburgh escalates the war for a new class of engineers in Pittsburgh.
Kenneth Rubel, 41, of Jefferson Hills was charged Saturday with simple assault, driving under the influence, harassment and other offenses.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh announced final plans for parish schools in the North Hills that will consolidate next school year.
The blaze was reported about 3:45 p.m. in the 500 block of Woodward Avenue.
State police are investigating the incident that claimed the life of Chanel Bikowicz, 40, of Washington County.
This week, both sides were still harping at each other after the mayor walked out of an informal negotiating session.
Pittsburgh officials are weighing alternative routes for bike lanes now planned on Fort Pitt Boulevard, Mayor Bill Peduto said.
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Could Ford or Uber make a landing at the airport? The airport authority wants to be ready if either they or others call.
Prosecutor Kevin Chernosky said didn’t “want to even dignify” a self-defense argument based on the evidence of the shooting from an Uber.