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After waiving her hearing in one case, Gisele Paris was arrested as a result of three other citations.
Valerie McDonald-Roberts replaces Ricky Burgess as chair of the city Housing Authority board.
An 18-month-old child, believed to be that of the victim, was found unharmed in a nearby car.
Mount Oliver police chief Matt Juzwick said a 27-year-old man was acting in dangerous manner.
The restrictions will be in place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Friday.
A community group says it will not endorse a plan to build a $15 million animal shelter in Homewood.
Pope John Paul II's legacy is growing in an area that got scant mention in his obituaries nine years ago: as a sex educator.
The URA invited developers and other parties to offer their own plans to preserve the 1,533-foot-long warehouse.
It hasn't always been smooth sailing, but community-supported WYEP-FM is celebrating 40 years of innovative programming in Pittsburgh.
Steelers offensive lineman Mike Adams testified for three hours in the case against the men accused of stabbing him.
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.
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.
Abdula "A.J." Richardson, 37, and Felecia Richardson, 43, of Sheraden, appeared in court this afternoon for a preliminary hearing.
Two inmates but no staff members were involved in the incident late Tuesday.
The two parties met this morning to discuss ride-sharing legislation.
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.
Robert Dellinger told police he was depressed and trying to kill himself when his truck collided with an SUV on I-89.
The trial for three men accused of stabbing offensive lineman Mike Adams is expected to continue through the rest of the week.
The two other Democratic contenders, Tom Wolf and Allyson Schwartz, skipped the forum.
Officials are concerned Judith Fitzgerald favors a commercial approach instead of a significant plan to preserve the mission of the center.
Mayor Bill Peduto said Pittsburgh will submit a proposal but wonders whether it would be financially feasible.
Jovani Chappel, 26, of Hazelwood, will serve one to two years at the Allegheny County Jail as part of an agreed-upon sentence.
The get-together in Pittsburgh is part pep talk, part call for action for reversing declining enrollment and closing schools.
A teacher was alerted to the items, found inside a locker used by a girl in the second grade at Pittsburgh Mifflin PreK-8 in Lincoln Place.
The first target was a bank on Noblestown Road in Westwood; the second was a market at Craig Street and Centre Avenue in Oakland.
Deputies tracked Semaj Howard, 21, who was wanted on charges of robbery, assault and terroristic threats.
A semi-autonomous body now will oversee the sale and development of the city's blighted and tax-delinquent property.
Police thought the Greenfield woman was burning a gun that might have been used in a shooting her twin sons are suspected of committing.
The former water department director was "fascinated" by the city's system.
Pittsburgh Public Schools is launching a new student information system.
A police officer and the man he fatally shot had an eerily similar encounter two years ago.
Neighborhood Allies has hired Presley Gillespie, a nationally recognized community builder, as its first president.
Mayor Bill Peduto is nominating Sheldon Williams, a former police officer and pastor, to the Citizen Police Review Board.
Attorneys hoping to overturn Pennsylvania's law file a motion saying the state has presented no case in its defense.
The foundations -- the Pittsburgh Foundation, Heinz Endowments and Richard King Mellon Foundation -- have withdrawn their $4 million bid.
Termaine Washington, 24, left a Downtown Pittsburgh halfway house and prompted a SWAT situation in the Hill District.
The state continues to pay for allegations of abuse at the State Correctional Institution Pittsburgh's F Block.
The man, who was believed to be suicidal, was taken into custody after 45 minutes. He will be evaluated at a psychiatric facility.
TreeHouse, which makes private label soups at the former Heinz plant on the North Side, announced the pending purchase today.
An agreement indicates the state is not admitting liability in what happened at the State Correctional Institution Pittsburgh's F Block..
The chase started at Hamilton and Fifth avenues around 3:20 a.m. after city police tried to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation.
Crisis nursery opens today in at the Kingsley Association in Larimer.
FBI's new Pittsburgh chief faced immediate crisis at Franklin Regional
World War II vets to reunite with "Angel's Coffin" painting at Soldiers & Sailors Pacific exhibit
Democrats Readshaw, Molchany vie in Legislative race.
Aaron Goempel was dying eggs with his girlfriend when the argument began. It ended with him in jail.
The southbound motorcyclist collided with a car. He has been transported to a hospital.