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An 18-month-old child, believed to be that of the victim, was found unharmed in a nearby car.
The images had been saved on floppy discs in 1985 and could not be viewed because the technology had become obsolete.
Junior Derek Jones, 17, is spending his first day in his family's home in Export after two weeks of treatment in Forbes Hospital.
Councilman Bill Robinson, D-Hill District, hopes to require Range Resources to provide jobs for minorities during park gas drilling.
The losses by the system, purchased by Highmark last year, are nearly double what it reported in unaudited figures in September.
Seven fire companies responded at about 6:45 to the fire in the 600 block of Garfield Avenue, Allegheny County emergency officials said.
Travelers are being detoured onto Route 19, state police in Butler said.
The Downtown investment manager said net income totaled $35.2 million versus earnings of $43 million in the same quarter a year ago.
Offensive woes undermine solid pitching performance by call-up Brandon Cumpton in a 2-1 loss Thursday.
After waiving her hearing in one case, Gisele Paris was arrested as a result of three other citations.
Tuesday Stanley takes the top job at Westmoreland County Community College effective July 1. Current President Daniel J. Obara is retiring.
Valerie McDonald-Roberts replaces Ricky Burgess as chair of the city Housing Authority board.
Frank Smith, a former Pittsburgh-area resident, used others' Social Security numbers to file false tax returns and get $400,000 in refunds.
The repairs at East Lancaster Road will replace two beams damaged by a truck last month. The left lane will be closed there until August.
Riding high on record stock prices, the Pittsburgh-based oil and gas company said operating revenue for the quarter reached $662 million.
Mount Oliver police chief Matt Juzwick said a 27-year-old man was acting in dangerous manner.
The interchanges at Monroeville and Beaver Valley will have traffic restrictions in the coming days.
The restrictions will be in place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Friday.
PennDOT will restrict traffic on Washington, Connor and Gilkeson roads in Mt. Lebanon today during road striping work.
The loss was largely due to one rough inning for starter Charlie Morton and no run production in the final six innings.
There's a two-day break before the next game. Whether that's enough time to shake off the effects of this loss remains to be seen.
The parks committee meets for a second time to air concerns about Marcellus Shale plan.
The money, awarded to the Findlay Township Municipal Authority, will help finance a project at the Clinton Industrial Park.
Pittsburgh-based health insurer Highmark Inc. recorded nearly $14.9 billion in total revenues in 2013, with flat income compared to 2012.
Meanwhile, investigators detail items seized from the locker of suspect Alex Hribal, including a phone, a backpack and a handwritten note.
Steelers offensive lineman Mike Adams testified for three hours in the case against the men accused of stabbing him.
The statue, depicting the football coach sitting on a bench and reading a book, would be placed on property in front of The Tavern.
Township supervisors gave the OK to Consol Energy's plan to drill as many as 60 natural gas wells from six pads on about 8,800 acres.
The new regulation, aimed at curbing black lung disease among miners, was opposed by the mining industry as being too costly to implement.
Board members approved Corey Gadson's resignation for the 2014-15 school year at Wednesday's legislative board meeting.
By 7:30 p.m., they had removed a canister adhered to the back of a one-way sign outside Chipotle, and the police perimeter was taken down.
The suspects -- all of Nigerian descent -- are accused of using names, Social Security numbers and birthdates of thousands of people.
Findlay supervisors approved applications to drill up to 60 natural gas wells from six pads on about 8,800 acres.
A 42-year-old man jumped to his death around 3:30 p.m. from a South Side building along Terminal Way, a Pittsburgh police spokeswoman said.
Despite consecutive 8-8 records with no playoff appearances, the Steelers remain an obvious attraction for prime-time television.
County manager William McKain said Wednesday that UPMC WorkPartners will administer the Family Medical Leave Act.
Abdula "A.J." Richardson, 37, and Felecia Richardson, 43, of Sheraden, appeared in court this afternoon for a preliminary hearing.
Nancy List, 26, and her husband, Michael, were in a small boat that overturned, police said.
Two inmates but no staff members were involved in the incident late Tuesday.
The gas well in Greene County exploded and caught fire in February, killing one worker. The state tested for pollutants after the blast.
The two parties met this morning to discuss ride-sharing legislation.
The westbound on- and off-ramps will have alternating traffic controlled by flaggers from 9 p.m. Thursday to 2 a.m. Friday.
Dr. Richard Rydze faces 185-count indictment related to the illegal sale of performance-enhancing drugs and narcotics.
The former Steelers quarterback opens the Meadows Casino 2014 Summer Concert Series on June 14 with an evening of stories and songs.
The Cranberry safety products company reports first-quarter sales were sharply lower than had been estimated.
The site in Armstrong County contained more uranium and plutonium than was known, prompting a halt in the cleanup operation in May 2012.
Pennsylvania’s Public Utility Commission approved a new rate plan for Duquesne Light that increases electricity distribution rates by 11
About five to 10 people protesting the university's proposal to go coed agree to relocate to Fifth Avenue.
The Boss will be joining Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers for a two-night stand at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall in Oakland.
PennDOT says repairs will keep the road closed until 4 p.m.