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Four days before the deadline to do so, the Steelers have come into salary cap compliance after restructuring the contract of Antonio Brown.
Penn State President Rodney Erickson tells trustees that average SAT scores of applicants are about 20 points higher, as well.
The plane lost communication two hours into the flight at 1:20 a.m. (1:20 p.m. EST Friday), China's state news agency said.
Douglas Dunham, 77, of McDonald, in February surrendered his license to practice medicine after he charged patients for samples.
Brand Marketing Group claimed that poor testing practices thwarted the market rollout of its space heaters.
Robert Morris is now 3-0 against Army this season and has a combined tally of 18 goals in those three games.
State police said Jared Schillinger was drunk when his vehicle struck a car driven by Rikki Fleming on Route 28 on Feb. 16, 2013.
Civil trial slated to start next week for Jordan Miles of Homewood, who accuses three Pittsburgh police officers of using excessive force.
A section of the busway will be closed much of the day for paving, Port Authority announced.
Transportation Secretary Barry Schoch said the salt will be spread throughout the state, based on need.
State agents said they found 50 video files and more than 100 images on a laptop computer of a Trafford resident.
The funeral for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-recognized DJ was held this morning in Brookline.
The Philadelphia gathering in September 2015 will be the first time the event will be held in the United States.
Unemployment rose slightly in February to 6.7 percent from January's 6.6 percent, a measure that was barely, if at all, affected by weather
Pennsylvania State Police identified the woman as Emily Hilliard, 21, of Rochester.
Scott David Schuetz died around 2:45 a.m. after he lost control of the Honda SUV he was driving eastbound on I-70 in North Franklin.
Former state Sen. Jane Orie can still further appeal her conviction if she chooses.
Gov. Tom Corbett is instead proposing a voluntary pilot program called "Encouraging Employment."
State Sen. Robert Tomlinson says some schools need greater flexibility to serve the higher education marketplace.
Alyson Higdon, 14, of McKeesport died at 8:19 p.m. Children’s Hospital, the medical examiner's office said.
Oakdale officials, private property owners and Allegheny County representatives gathered at the Oakdale council meeting tonight to discuss
The men have been charged with arson and criminal conspiracy in a Beaver County fire.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., called an Air Force decision to keep eight C-130 transport planes in Moon a "major victory."
The case that initially was believed to involve 22 workers is now though to include more than 300 employees.
The 6-year-old, whose name hasn't been released, lived on Mount Pleasant Road.
Hadi Ibrahim, 42, of Greentree, and Wesam Ibrahim, 40, of Banksville, ran the store, which in 2009 got approval to accept SNAP benefits.
With an average wait time of 364 days, Pittsburgh has the eighth-worst processing rate of the 56 VA offices across the country
Paul Kasunich nearly hit a police cruiser Feb. 2 while driving under the influence on Mount Nebo Road on Feb. 2, police said at the time.
Attorneys for Nick Trombetta say 4 million documents will be used to prosecute the former head of the Midland-based school.
Robert St. Clair is charged along with former Guard Col. Gerard Mangis of Shaler in a scheme that prosecutors say netted them $300,000.
A survey of nearly 600 education leaders shows most want a predictable funding formula and most believe state school funding is inadequate.
Roderick L. Harris, who got his medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh, is coming here from Sedwick County, Kansas.
A Gannon University student from Butler County who died of hypothermia last month also was drunk, the Erie County coroner said today.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said that revenue from slot machines in February totaled $181 million, down more than 7.5 percent.
Heather Forsyth, 30, pleaded guilty Wednesday to endangering the welfare of a child in the death of her son, Trenton St. Clair.
President Esther Barazzone faced a skeptical crowd of alumni and others, urging against making the undergraduate women's college coed.
A spreading movement, often called "Ashes to Go," is seeking to take the rituals outside the walls of the church and into the streets.
The Corbett administration will provide additional heating assistance to mitigate the impact of food stamp cuts to Pennsylvania.
Late call foils Duquesne's comeback bid as Massachuetts holds on for a 78-74 victory.
Robert Morris defeated Fairleigh Dickinson, 60-53, in the first round of the NEC tournament at Sewall Center.
Anthony Scholl of West Mifflin was charged with attempted homicide in an attack on bicyclist Colin Albright on Sept. 5, 2012.
The new exam will have math and evidence-based reading and writing as required sections worth 1,600 points and an optional essay.
An indictment alleges a complex set of trades of favors and influence with a National Guard officer.
Council approved a five-year agreement with the officers bargaining unit that includes a 3% salary increase for each year of the contract.
The missing data includes names, home addresses, Social Security numbers and wage information, the university told employees in a letter.
The Pitt women's basketball team's first trip to the ACC tournament was a short one, as the Panthers lost in the first round.
Councilmen Ricky Burgess and R. Daniel Lavelle, plan to introduce amendments to overhaul a bill to create the city's first land bank.
Washington City Police responded to the shooting at the intersection of North Franklin St. and West Walnut St. at about 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC president and CEO Jeffrey Romoff met for two hours this afternoon to break the ice.
John M. Chapman pleaded guilty to 25 counts of wire fraud and one count of identity theft. He was released pending sentencing July 11.