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Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and staff at the authority are questioning Controller Chelsa Wagner’s right to audit the agency.
In mid-December, two cameras will be installed at the Hays nest site, and details were being finalized to focus on another nest in Harmar.
Highmark, which is battling UPMC for health insurance clients, said it will no longer cover services provided by the doctors in many cases.
Former Pennsylvania Turnpike CEO Joseph Brimmeier and former COO George Hatalowich will both serve a term of 60 months of probation.
As though the new uniform didn’t bring Martin’s return to his hometown into stark relief, his bilingual introductory press conference did.
Judge Manning said he would not reassign a case to a common pleas judge because a party was displeased with a magisterial court judge.
New York Governor calls it 'impractical' for Bills to play Jets on Sunday because of snowstorm.
New home sales increased 14.1 percent from $64 million to $73 million.
About two dozen people attended the rally, which was part of a week of action under the national Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools.
State law makes most governmental entities immune from civil liability but permits damages of up to $500,000 for motor vehicle accidents.
About 30 Pittsburgh Housing Authority residents will be trained for construction jobs under a $140,000 pilot program.
The parking authority will increase the amount of money it gives to the city from its budget.
The scandal involves the email exchange of pornographic images and videos by state government employees.
A 22-page letter is Mr. Casey’s first formal comment on the issue since the EPA released its proposal in June.
It is the highest number since 2007, according to travel agency and car lobbying group AAA. It’s a 4 percent increase over last year.
The elected row officers — attorney general, treasurer and auditor general — will see their salaries increase by $2,500 to nearly $159,000.
Common Pleas Judge Anthony Mariani vacated a three- to six-month jail term for Abdula Jamar “A.J.” Richardson, 38, of Sheraden.
Said Abu Jamal, a cousin of the men, said their families in east Jerusalem received demolition orders from Israeli police today.
Blount rushed for 772 yards and seven TDs last season with New England.
The inbound parkway will close from I-79 to Green Tree from 10 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday, with single-lane traffic outbound.
The dispatchers, two of whom are black and one who is Hispanic, say they were subjected to ethnic slurs.
The incident occurred shortly before 7 a.m. on Plummett Way, an alley parallel to East Agnew Street.
Scott Hamilton, 37, of Baden, had been charged in September with 60 counts of mail fraud following an investigation.
Police said he robbed stores in Plum, New Kensington, Oakmont, Penn Hills, Pitcairn, Monroeville, and Turtle Creek, among other locations.
Mike Nichols was a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as “The Graduate.”
The restriction will be in place from 6 p.m. today until 6 a.m. Friday.
Students in the library described a chaotic scene where they heard shots, followed by students barricading themselves or taking cover.
Millvale police Officer Nicole Murphy was charged with violating the man’s rights by using a Taser on him after he was arrested in 2012.
President Barack Obama will announce his intention to use his executive powers to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.
Local community activists say they understand anger in Ferguson but residents here almost always have a measured response to incidents.
The incident, reported at 6:41 a.m. near Station Square, was one of several morning crashes that shut down roads in the Pittsburgh area.
Leslie Brown was 16 when he shot and killed Michael Stepien, 53, during a robbery in Swissvale in 2006 but wasn't arrested for three years.
A man getting his tire fixed at nearby service station rescued a woman from the home, a witness said.
At issue is whether Russian customers can use ExOne’s 3-D printers for military applications.
Residents of an Oakland apartment were assaulted and robbed at gunpoint early this morning, according to Pittsburgh police.
Officers identified the suspect as Robert Evans, 51, of North Point Breeze.
John Stapas, 24, of South Park was shot five times in the next and stomach during a 2007 robbery at a GetGo convenience store.
Pittsburgh may offer free parking on Nov. 28 and 29, the days after Thanksgiving, to encourage shoppers to support neighborhood businesses.
Stephen J. Tonsor also will lead the Center for Biodiversity and Ecosystems.
West Virginia will play a far more traditional schedule next season than it has in recent years.
The proposed settlement calls for the NFL to pay $4 million to the families of those who died from CTE before July 7, 2014.
Dupuis, 35, will be on blood thinners for the next six months and will not be permitted to play hockey because of the risk of bleeding.
The utility says the affected customers are in the 5300 block of North Neville Street.
A total of 24 Audubon prints will be exhibited in Room 363 of Hillman Library’s Special Collections Reading Room.
Survivors of Navy veteran Lloyd Wanstreet, 65, of Jeannette, and Marine veteran Brant Evans, 58, of Freedom, were seeking the settlements.
Through Nov. 10, a total of 98 cases were reported compared to 56 during the same time period last year.
Sunoco spokesman Jeff Shields says the company is working with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission to remedy the release of the clay.
Lane closures are possible in both directions, one direction at a time, on weeknights starting at 8 p.m.
Fire officials said a 1,500-pound steel beam fell on a worker in his late 40s or early 50s at Moore & Morford Inc.
Rosebud, based in Kittanning, Armstrong County, has more than 30 mines in Pennsylvania and Ohio.