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Fans are pumped up to recreate intensity of last year’s blackout game. The Pirates play the Giants tonight at 8:07 p.m. at PNC Park.
Monte Rabner wrote that two agencies are “looking into whether to charge [Pittsburgh officer David] Derbish criminally.”
Man originally sentenced to life without parole will now be eligible for parole after 34 years.
The deal brokered to save the August Wilson Center for African American Culture will leave some creditors without a payday.
The governor said the 250 projects underway by the end of 2014 would not have been possible without the transportation bill of last year.
The panel convened by Mayor Bill Peduto is submitting ideas to the state in an effort to get part of $250 million in federal funds.
While figuring out what's drawing the bad element to the bar and what can be done to address it, the bar will remain closed.
The water amenities cost less to operate than the city pools that were closed more than 10 years ago during Pittsburgh’s financial crisis.
The weeklong program encourages students at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and Carlow University to pay attention.
Pirates announcer Greg Brown opened the ceremony by proclaiming Wednesday’s wild-card game a "black out."
Robert Flynn, will stand trial on charges that he pulled down a deputy federal marshal’s shorts while she was jogging on the North Shore.
Michael Reddy, a Pittsburgh homicide detective took an envelope of cash from a North Side 7-Eleven this summer.
An Allegheny County dispatch supervisor said the discovery was reported shortly before 8 a.m.
Council will consider settling a lawsuit filed by another woman who accused Adam Skweres, a former Pittsburgh police officer, of assault.
The boy was taken to UPMC Presbyterian, where he was in stable condition.
A New York City developer bows out, and an entity to be formed by three Pittsburgh area foundations will buy the building for $8.5 million.
This year’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is focusing on finding a useful function from bacteria.
Robert Flynn, 19, was held for court on charges that included aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.
The state might have used incomplete, inaccurate data to decide whether chemicals leaking from a shale wastewater site contaminated a well.
As it prepares for its third meeting, the task force is still developing goals.
Mr. Peduto is scheduled to speak this afternoon in a panel discussion on income inequality.
American Bar Association guidelines suggest that most civil cases should be disposed of within two years of filing.
The project will remake both Smithfield Street structures into mixed use developments.
The center also will serve as the health informatics training center for the entire country.
Londele Cox, 22, was sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison after pleading to third-degree murder in the death of Isaiah Dent, 61.
The restrictions will be in place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today through Friday.
Planning process for improvements at Arsenal Park gathers Leslie Park into the fold and gains another chunk of funding.
A 34-year-old man was hit by a car tonight in the 1600 block of Brownsville Road in Carrick, Pittsburgh spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
A police chase on the North Side ended with three arrests Sunday evening, public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler confirmed.
Allegheny County has launched a campaign encouraging people to talk to their babies and young children to nurture development.
Lawrence Nyamekye wants to open a hospital for children in his far-off hometown.
Police said six members of a group known as the Pagans were involved in a fight with a man at Casey’s Bar on East Carson Street.
The road will remain closed until Oct. 20 between Route 51 and Aaron Avenue.
A look at the upcoming events for the week ahead.
An attorney representing one of the family members said the government is acting on a “vendetta.”
As PPT marks its 40th season, Ted Pappas, the longtime artistic director, wins raves for being professional and personable.
Police said a woman called 911 about 4 a.m. and said a man was trying to break into her home in the 200 block of Radcliffe Street.
Jim Spisak completed the 10-kilometer Great Race in 28 minutes, 43 seconds, making it back-to-back titles for the Duquesne graduate.
The suspect acted as if he had a gun and got away with cash, police said.
President Luis Guillermo Solis praised the longtime partnership between the law school and Costa Rica’s Supreme Court.
The suspect, a juvenile, made phone threats that prompted the evacuation of three public schools earlier this month.
After a shooting early this morning on East Carson Street left at least two people wounded, police plan to charge three people.
Creation of the position means former public safety director Michael Huss could continue to work for the city.
The field of the Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race has now grown to a record 16,000 runners.
Travelers in the East End, Downtown and South Hills will face obstacles on Sunday morning.
“Tailgating: A social event held on the open tailgate of a vehicle before or after a sporting event or concert.”
The layout of the four-bed facility will allow better access for treatment.
Christian Davis stole a car on the North Side Friday night. Pursued by police, he crashed on Perrysville Avenue.
Luis Guillermo Solis, fresh off his first visit to the United Nations as president, spoke of a desire for world leaders to work together.
Philip Murray Bridge traffic will be limited on Monday through Friday this coming week.