U.S. attorney’s office says it will charge Justin Robinson following Tuesday’s grand jury indictment of distributing fentanyl-laced heroin.
Pittsburgh police said the woman entered the Sunoco in the 1700 block of Banksville Road.
As spring approaches, state health workers are exploring how to handle any potential hazards when mosquito season stirs.
Wendell Hissrich, a former city paramedic, is tasked with overseeing emergency management, police and fire bureaus, and other services.
Pittsburgh’s National Aviary receives a baby two-toed sloth, which will be used to promote rainforest conservation.
Hanya Yanagihara’s novel ”A Little Life” was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2015.
The proposal would bring eight planes to replace C-130 planes used now and an additional 400 full-time personnel to the Moon site.
A Hill District man who fled from officers in November was held on most of the more than 50 counts against him.
Police said Marcus McBride shot at the construction workers in a house in the 7100 block of Verona Boulevard, striking one in the hand.
The Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority has received a state grant for the planning of a Transit Revitalization Investment District.
An employee at a Downtown business recognized the man Monday and contacted authorities.
Janese Jackson Talton, 29, died Jan. 22 of a gunshot wound outside Cliff’s Bar & Grill in Homewood.
Public safety spokeswoman says the suspect has been ”narrowed down to one specific person.”
The money awarded to the Urban Redevelopment Authority will help with planning for a Transit Revitalization Investment District.
Yuriry’s Jewelry Store reports missing jewelry, coins and currency from its Smithfield Street store.
Altius gets first Four Diamond rating from AAA, one of two city restaurants to do so. Lautrec at Nemacolin again maintains Five Star rating.
Gasoline prices tumble another 4 cents, as the region sees it lowest price for the fossil fuel since April 2009.
For some business owners, the good thing about working in Greenfield is living in Greenfield.
An ordinance before council members would create “parking enhancement districts” in such neighborhoods as the South Side.
Michael Williams, 63, wandered from the St. Joseph House of Hospitality in the Hill District about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Che DuVall filed suit for medical negligence last month against the health system using a report released by CDC as a foundation.
Tour follows release of new single and video on Saturday. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 via LiveNation.com.
About 800 students presented projects Saturday at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Competition.
Hissrich, a 25-year veteran of the FBI and former paramedic, is expected to be named Pittsburgh’s public safety director Tuesday.
Judge Cashman ordered McCullough, who has new charges of perjury and obstruction pending, to not leave the jurisdiction.
Gerald Walker Jr., 19, turned himself in to authorities Municipal Courts Building, Downtown this morning.
No injuries were reported in the fire that occurred shortly after 9 a.m. in a high-rise apartment building at 7 Allegheny Center Mall.
Firefighters had the blazes out in about an hour, but by then some of the cars had melted making it hard to read their license plates.
That information runs counter to what was released Sunday night following the incident, when officials said one of the officers was sliced.
It was the first time since 2011 that the Comprehensive Municipal Pension Trust Fund finished the year with a negative performance.
The district attorney did say that the officers involved in the incident followed the use of force continuum.
Two women, Diane Bandy and Tara Vybiral, were charged Tuesday with harassment for making threats on social media against Joy Braunstein.
Protest organizers decided to hold off because "negotiations are continuing” in finding residents suitable housing.
The North Shore was lined with civilians and police officers Thursday morning for a service to honor the slain police dog.
The city Historic Review Commission will hold a public hearing and vote March 2 on whether to approve historic status for the church.
City Councilman Ricky Burgess tells fellow council members that the ShotSpotter system “saves lives and reduces crime.”
Fifty people gathered Wednesday in Larimer to decry the use of the animals to attack and intimidate people.
Armstrong County man’s box truck slammed into another driver that killed the 50-year-old while she was walking in 2014.
Husband and wife team are accused of ripping off Walmart stores — including three in the Pittsburgh area — for $301,000.
Wigle is behind the upcoming cidery and meadery, which will open near its Spring Garden Whiskey Garden and Barrelhouse.
The district attorney announced he will refile charges against Sgt. Stephen Matakovich in a November incident.
During a Carnegie Science Center program that encouraged girls to pursue science and math, Bill Yosses whipped up healthy chocolate mousse.
Sgt. Stephen Matakovich was charged with simple assault and official oppression against Gabriel Despres, 20, of South Park.
Downtown and North Shore streets will be most affected as the procession makes its way to the police memorial on North Shore Drive.
Melting snow and rain in the forecast will cause the Monongahela River to rise.
Word of the review came a day after charges were dismissed against Sgt. Stephen Matakovich, who had been accused of using unnecessary force.
“We have to move faster,” U.S. Attorney David Hickton said Wednesday. “We need to treat every overdose as an investigation.”
The Pennsylvania senator said the Florida congressman is “contagiously optimistic” and the right man to unite Republicans and Americans.
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center in Oakland to receive an Anton 2, the first of its kind publicly available to U.S. scientists.
Carnegie Mellon University is one of 23 teams that will develop a scale-sized Hyperloop transit vehicle for a SpaceX competition in June.