The videotaped statement and preliminary hearing testimony of LeRoy Powell were presented Monday at the trial of Eric Taylor.
Parent company of 31st Street Studios in the Strip District says that it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts
Disability advocates are hopeful that increased patronage will encourage more businesses to comply with the Americas with Disabilities Act.
An annual report about Pittsburgh’s finances released this morning noted some positive trends.
Pennsylvania has now confirmed 17 Zika cases statewide over the last four months. Results of Zika blood tests are pending for 123 people.
Allen Wade is accused of killing Susan and Sarah Wolfe in their Chislett Street home on Feb. 6, 2014.
Memorial service held for officers that died in 2015 in the line of duty.
CEO of 31st Street Studios’ parent company says, despite the filing, it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts.
Police say they have arrested Myers Williams in connection March 18 incidents that resulted in businesses tagged with blue peace symbols.
Carnegie Mellon University’s on-campus eatery reopened today after it was closed due to illnesses of 40 customers and employees.
Squirrel Hill executive G. Reynolds “Renny” Clark will reach out to investigators, state agencies to clarify oversight agency’s finances.
Also, the Route 28 southbound off-ramp to East Ohio Street is closed as crews conduct ramp reconstruction work. Detours are posted.
Allen Wade is charged with two counts of criminal homicide, robbery, burglary and related charges in the East Liberty women’s deaths.
Molly Rush says activist priest Daniel Berrigan inspired her to participate in civil disobedience at nuclear plant.
A new career and technical education program focusing on entertainment technology is set to open this fall at Pittsburgh Milliones 6-12.
Pittsburgh Public Works is developing a plan for bike and pedestrian access only to the Three Rivers Heritage Trail at South Ninth Street.
The school board is expected to vote on the plan in June.
Creative, “fantastic” designs sought to spark interest in redevelopment of almost five acres in the Boggs-Bailey corridor
Humans and elephants are susceptible to the same strain of TB and can pass it to each other.
The nonprofit expected to use $500,000 in state funds this year for career training, job counseling and hands-on computer training.
A man is hospitalized in critical condition from a shooting tonight along Second Avenue.
Officers arriving after a 6:52 p.m. call to 911 found a female victim shot multiple times in the front seat of a sedan, police said.
Once again, the course is littered with characters of all types. Here are some colorful, noteworthy moments we saw along the way.
Kipkoech Ruto is this year’s champion, while Tyler Jermann and Phebe Ko were the top male and female U.S. finishers in the marathon.
State police say Dylan M. Engles of Saxonburg was walking along the interstate when he was struck by two vechicles.
Evacuation of first wave of Penn Plaza residents turned out to be a plus for Ed Murphy, who landed in a much better place.
Authorities were unable to identify the woman, because the body had been in the water for some time, they said.
Pittsburgh police investigate Strip District shooting; two men hospitalized.
Since 2013, ski patrollers have volunteered at the Pittsburgh Marathon to help the medical crew that tends to runners at the finish line.
As far as the timing of the race itself goes, the schedule makers who set the start time at 7 a.m. couldn’t have done better.
Changing the fare will mean a lower cost for about 26 percent of riders and cost the authority $4.4 million in revenue the first year.
The trial of Eric Taylor, accused of shooting DaRae Delgado of Duquesne when they were both 15 nearly two years ago, continued Friday.
Officials believe the people who got sick contracted norovirus after eating at La Prima Espresso’s on-campus location.
The three are charged in connection with the March 24 slaying of Saevon Scott-Ponder, 21, of Penn Hills.
The ICA’s five-member board voted two weeks ago not to renew its month-to-month contract with Executive Director Henry Sciortino.
The Pittsburgh Marathon, University of Pittsburgh commencement and a Pirates game all descend on Pittsburgh this Sunday.
A proposed Olympic-sized ice rink at Shadyside’s Hunt Armory could be flanked by a fitness center and sports medicine and rehab services.
Forest City Enterprises is hoping to get a 300-unit apartment complex proposed for the east side of Station Square back on track.
The proposal would extend the expired collective bargaining agreement through June 30, 2017.
Among 12 cities nationwide, Pittsburgh leads in commitment of 68 million square feet of buildings reducing energy use.
Fire causes damage to vehicles, some traffic disturbances at garage on Stanwix Street.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority said the break in a 12-inch main line on South Bouquet Street occurred overnight.
Initial ideas go before Pittsburgh City Council at 2 p.m. today and could be revamped before a final report is presented by May 27.
Rachel Handel of the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania turned the incident into a teachable moment about the realities of nature.
Case involves a previous statement and testimony of LeRoy Powell, a witness killed just days after testifying at the defendant’s hearing.
The temporary permission granted by the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the property at Fourth Avenue and Ross Street expired Sept. 15, 2013.
Smiley’s Pet Pad in Shadyside is closing after more than 45 years, but manager Brad Scheidmantel will open a new store in Point Breeze.
Daniel Eagleson has been charged three times within the past year of failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders requirements.
A man who tried to elude police this morning, tried again to escape capture a few hours later when he ran away from a hospital, naked.
Aaron Govostes’ 14-year-old daughter and 13-year-old son were in their Gorman Way home at the time of the shooting, police said.