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The CMU grad and Broadway star was in attendance Thursday for his younger brother’s show, “Parade.”
Police were called to the Giant Eagle parking lot on Cedar Avenue around 12:30 a.m.
The attorney general's office, without explanation, withdrew charges this week against two men charged in connection with the drug case.
PG staffers went to shopping malls in the Pittsburgh area and asked shoppers about the origin of things they bought.
Atheists, agnostics, free-thinkers, humanists and other skeptics of the supernatural will gather Friday at a Downtown hotel.
For 35 years, the co-op offered discounts for volunteers. But concerns about fair wage laws and worker liability will end that next month.
County complaint says Mansions on Fifth owes more than $35,000 in taxes and penalties.
Representatives for Rubino Partners maintained Thursday that their plan ends up producing more money than the other two proposals.
An audit finds that the city's Parks and Recreation Department needs to do a better job of documenting payments to referees and umpires.
The Committee on Government Reform will present to council on Sept. 9 an amended resolution to display the motto at the courthouse.
Heading into the last holiday weekend of summer, the temperature in Pittsburgh has yet to reach 90 degrees. Will that change?
Under federal law, losing defendants must usually pay the costs of the plaintiffs' pursuit of a civil rights case.
Tim McNulty, a spokesman for the mayor, said four of the candidates are internal and seven are from out-of-state.
Developer Wayne Zukin had been named to do a series of buildings around the Garden Theater, but now he only has the theater to redevelop.
Aaron Swan, 19, was arraigned early this morning on charges of escape, burglary, carrying a gun without a license and other crimes.
Don Miller, 20, who originally took the dog to authorities saying he found it injured, admitted he tied a wire around its neck, police said.
The PSO is projecting a deficit of roughly $1.4 million at the end of the 2014 fiscal year, which concludes Sunday.
Deshea Townsend, 38, has not been implicated in either case. The homes are located in Mount Washington and Ross.
Pittsburgh’s public safety department confirmed the blaze was caused by workers using propane torches to repair the roof and gutters.
An incident outside a North Side Family Dollar store Wednesday night was “a medical situation, not a police matter.“
Pittsburgh police officer hit with $10,302 judgment in case stemming from 2010 road rage incident.
“We have no evidence that the man was shot,” Pittsburgh public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
An official of the Democratic National Committee, the event's sponsor, said roughly 40 contributors would attend the reception.
An Allstate insurance report shows Pittsburgh was 187th among the 200 largest U.S. cities for safe driving.
The school board Wednesday evening voted 8-0 to approve a series of residential property tax abatements, which had expired in 2012.
Officials say the club hasn’t gotten the zoning variance and permit it needs to keep the four beehives on its roof.
The city expects to have the lanes open for a national convention of bicycling and pedestrian advocates starting on Sept. 8.
Three foundations don’t support a hotel on top of the financially troubled August Wilson Center because it would diminish its primary role.
John R. Miller, 58, of South Park, and Frank Veltri, 58, of West Mifflin, were charged two weeks ago.
City’s $50.4 million bond sale will finance infrastructure work, such as roads and bridges.
Pittsburgh Police Officer Garrett Brown will pay $5,000 each in punitive damages to two men after he harassed them in a road-rage incident.
Pittsburgh police are investigating a report that a man was shot in the head.
The City of Pittsburgh filed a suit Tuesday against Joseph Regoli, who owns a home in the 2600 block of Maple Avenue.
The court filings became public four days after a woman who was expected to meet with prosecutors on the case was killed.
The URA said it expects the hall to keep proposed tenant Alphabet City.
A woman who was scheduled to meet with prosecutors in the case was killed at her Hill District home last week.
Pittsburgh public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said police were called to the 200 block of Amber Street today
Emergency storm drainage work is needed.
The first of those stricken began passing out at the Austin Mahone pop concert around 7 p.m.
District Justice Eugene Ricciardi on Tuesday fined Charles Eckenrode of Canonsburg for violations at 343 Lawn St. in Oakland.
The closure will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the next three days.
The right turn into the Corliss Tunnel will be blocked starting at 7 a.m.
Paul "Peanut" Kendrick of Northview Heights, faces charges of homicide and conspiracy in the Aug. 1 shooting death of Maurice Freeman.
The University of Pittsburgh will join the “major hub for brain research across the globe” on brain circuitry, function, diseases and
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority is close to settling a lawsuit filed in May over the height of its electronic parking meters.
Police say Brian Hall, 18, was wanted for attempted homicide and other charges in connection with a shooting in Wilkinsburg last year.
The trial of David Higginbotham will continue today. The prosecution rested late Monday.
Exactly how Tina Crawford was tied to the investigation of two men accused of running a drug operation is unclear.
UPMC researcher Robert Ferrante is accused of killing his wife with cyanide last year.
The food cooperative has used volunteers to stock shelves and do other work to hold down the price it charges for food.