Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to campaign for Hillary Clinton and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Katie McGinty.
A tearful Kathleen Kane, convicted on perjury, obstruction and other charges, pleads for leniency during sentencing hearing.
A federal jury convicted James Nassida and his sister, Janna Nassida, on charges related to orchestrating a massive mortgage fraud scheme.
Club for Growth Action, today announced $1.9 million in new spending on advertising in the state.
Pitt’s game Thursday against the No. 25 Hokies begins a tough stretch that includes road games at Miami and Clemson.
LeGarrette Blount ran for 127 yards and two touchdowns in the Patriots’ win Sunday.
Steelers right tackle Marcus Gilbert expects to return for the Baltimore game, and he feels good about Ben Roethlisberger coming back, too.
“Going out there today, being able to go through a regular practice, it means you’re headed in the right direction,” the captain says.
Javahn Griffin, 23, will serve 12 ½ to 30 years in prison.
Nadia Goins-Samuel will serve five years probation.
FNB’s new operations and customer service center is slated to open later this year in the historic D.L. Clark Building at 503 Martindale St.
Due to higher oil prices, GasBuddy analysts warn that the coming winter and summer will bring higher prices than seen in the past year.
Pittsburgh police said the body was found about 8 a.m. near the Downtown side of the 10th Street Bridge.
A tractor-trailer fire shut down the Parkway West inbound between exits 52 and 53 (Clinton exit) for more than an hour this morning.
Joe Biden will appear at Chatham University’s Athletic Fitness Center in Squirrel Hill for an 11:30 a.m. rally. Doors open at 9:30 a.m.
Shortly before 11 p.m., Moon police received multiple calls of shots fire in the Mooncrest public housing development.
Union says faculty members will be able to recoup pay they lost last week during the walkout.
Ohio Township police chief says it appeared that whoever lived in the home at Camp Horne Road at Gibson Street was in the process of moving.
Tom Hayden was a 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 7 trial defendant to become a legislator and author.
Somehow, after losing to New England Sunday one week after being upset by Miami, Pittsburgh remains in first place in the AFC North.
Less than a week after backing out of a Notre Dame commitment, Donovan Jeter chooses Wolverines.
The Findlay retailer is reported to be planning to keep about 30 Golfsmith stores open.
Led by record-breaking running back Zane Dudek, Armstrong is having a memorable season.
Police would like people to submit footage that captured illegal activity after Penn State’s win against Ohio State on Saturday.
The three-car crash forced a closure of the West End Bridge, which has since been reopened.
Special teams were the key to the whiteout night win.
Defensive lapses and a big second period sealed the game for Nashville.
Clinton also issued a conciliatory plea: “I believe we can disagree without being disagreeable.”
The Pirates fired Rick Sofield after a season of bad baserunning and moved Nick Leyva to an advisory role.
State police report everyone out of the vehicle in accident at milepost 48.9 in westbound lanes in Plum.
Still, to be the eighth man on the depth chart, and thus the odd man out, wasn’t necessarily fun for David Warsofsky.
West Mifflin police are looking for two borough men believed to be involved in Oct. 14 gunshots at Glencarin Street home.
Young Beltzhoover man, apparently shot to death, found in vacant lot in Homewood.
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.
Charles Cook, 61, a man with a long criminal history, was identified Friday as the suspect in the killing of Myrtle McGill in 1991.
The former assistant football coach testified Friday in his whistleblower lawsuit against the university.
For millions of people on Friday, it felt as if someone had pulled the plug on the internet.
The state counted about 1,000 more people unemployed — not enough to budge the jobless rate in a workforce of 6.5 million people.
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.
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown confident he and Landry Jones have better chemistry than last season
It was back to school this week for Landry Jones and Antonio Brown. Their most important subject was chemistry class.
After the work is complete, all four lanes of the Liberty Bridge will reopen to traffic.
A new contract, running through June 30, 2018, must be ratified by the system’s board of governors and by faculty union members.
The NFL has elected to not punish Dolphins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh for kicking Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Linebacker Ryan Shazier will play against the Patriots, but offensive lineman Marcus Gilbert and running back DeAngelo Williams will not.