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Surveillance video shows the drivers gesturing to each other, possibly in a joking manner, as they raced down the Parkway North on Monday.
Several lawmakers spoke in favor of the legislation today, including Sen. Jim Ferlo, D-Highland Park, who said he is gay.
Denver Blough, of Windber, is charged with fatally shooting Caressa Kovalcik, 23, on May 31.
For now, relax and enjoy what will be a colorful, crisp fall season.
There’s a particular emphasis on taking AP science, math and English courses.
Josh Gibson Park in Station Square would teach about the Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords and the Negro Leagues in Pittsburgh.
A state grant from the Economic Growth Initiative will help fund a $3.7 million renovation.
Assistant district attorney Jerry E. Johnson filed a motion late Friday against defense lawyer Fred Rabner.
The countywide strategy aimed at improving physical and mental health and personal and community safety.
Raymont Pope and his father, Radford Pope, had been the subjects of a nationwide search.
Hotel guests found Jeffrey Watson, 48, sleeping on a sofa in the 1,300-square-foot parlor, police said.
The board voted without discussion to fire human resources director Andrea Williams, who has been off on leave for much of the past year.
Maurice Cole Sr. took quick action when gun shots rang out near a bus stop two weeks ago was recognized tonight.
Matthew Sokol, 25, of the South Side Slopes, is charged with two counts after investigators said he uploaded images onto Twitter in July.
The Post-Gazette was honored by the Religion Newswriters Association.
Measure would require “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant city employees and companies that do business with the city.
In the 1970s, Pittsburgh was home to the largest comprehensive cancer center in the nation.
Mihir Garimella, of O'Hara, placed highest in the 13-14 age group and in the Computer Science category for his project.
Council has hired a private to look into the management and operations of the borough’s police department.
If grant money comes through Woolslair will be repurposed into a partial magnet school.
The ramps will close at 7 p.m. and reopen by 6 a.m. Wednesday during paving.
The Regional Asset District, now in its 20th year, showcases places that get RAD funding with hikes, tours, museum visits and more.
Mr. Donahoe, a grandson of legendary Pittsburgh Mayor David L. Lawrence, has served as RAD’s executive director since 1995.
State legislation in 1993 created the special-purpose entity to help fund the zoo, aviary, museums, parks and others.
Omari Patton is serving 30 years for his role in a network responsible for flooding the region with heroin and cocaine from 1998 to 2002.
The RAD entered into contractual relationships with the Phipps Conservatory, National Aviary and Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
Seven board members of RAD decide how to distribute millions in funding from the 1 percent sales tax in Allegheny County.
Sales tax revenue allocated by RAD board helps major arts groups across the region.
Until 2013, RAD had not supported Port Authority. But $3 million helped the transit system unlock $31.5 million in state funds.
Ever since the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh went digital, its Downtown and Business branch has become a particularly lively destination.
Many smaller groups often receive annual grants of $10,000 or less.
Nearly a third of Allegheny County RAD funds go to parks and trails.
About 19 percent of asset district grants, $292 million, has gone to sports and civic facilities.
A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction in a terse ruling today.
The work will take several days during milling and resurfacing, the city Public Works Department announced.
The board approved a trip for a design advisory team of administrators, board members and students to the Washington, D.C.
From wine pairings to French cooking to gluten-free baking, you can find a variety of classes in Pittsburgh.
The proposed budget includes a 0.5-mill real estate tax increase that would generate an additional $8 million.
A former manager is charged with stealing $336,000 from Metropolitan Savings Bank in Lawrenceville.
The health giant says 31 percent of its revenue comes from Highmark reimbursement payments.
The plaza was scheduled to close at 7 a.m. and remain shuttered until May.
“Sometimes you need to learn from your mistakes,” said Scott Perry, a deputy secretary for the Pennsylvania DEP.
Mayor Bill Peduto was mum on the details, but he called the new spending plan “truth in budgeting.”
Historians and political experts say “anti-business” sentiment is unlikely to translate into votes for this fall’s congressional midterms.
A Danish lawyer is looking to start a new life in Pittsburgh with his fiancee.
Members of the St. Paul Baptist Church gathered at a community center following a blaze Friday that destroyed their church, built in 1874.
A recycling business developed by the school’s Students for Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship team took second in a world competition.
The Allegheny County Health Department will hold 13 public meetings for the public to provide input on health issues.
PennDOT will pick a private-sector team that will replace hundreds of structurally deficient bridges in the state.
The recommendation would apply only to cyclists, snowmobilers and equestrians.