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The PSO is projecting a deficit of roughly $1.4 million at the end of the 2014 fiscal year, which concludes Sunday.
Trevor Deshea Townsend, 38, has not been implicated in either case and could not be reached for comment.
Pittsburgh police officer hit with $10,302 judgment in case stemming from 2010 road rage incident.
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.
Crews will work from 49th to 62nd streets from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through Sept. 6.
A child’s third-grade reading level is a key predictor of later academic success, experts say.
Major improvements will occur from the Fort Pitt Tunnels to Interstate 79.
Pittsburgh Public Works crews closed part of a street near Allegheny General Hospital Monday and are expected to make repairs today.
Margaret S. Coleman and Timothy P. O'Brien want the city to pay them $84,415 for their work on behalf of Anthony Kenney, of Perry North.
Pedal Pittsburgh draws nearly 3,000 bicyclists to ride -- and sightsee -- in city neighborhoods.
There will be up to $20 million a year in Pennsylvania under federal Preschool Development Grants, and the panel will write a proposal.
The Oasis Project, sponsored by Bible Center Church, puts youths at the helm of their own economic development by making products.
A new program run by Allegheny County will pay a rent subsidy to help people living in group housing to live on their own.
An Allegheny County dispatch supervisor said emergency crews were called to Forbes Avenue and McKee Place just before 7:10 a.m.
Traffic disruptions may occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The truck, belonging to A&N Lawn Service, struck the vehicles and house in the 1100 block of Termon Avenue just before 1 a.m.
A listing of upcoming events for the week ahead.
Visit to slaughterhouse in Indiana leads to lifetime of animal-rights crusading.
What happens when 2,135 of your Facebook friends are invited, in real life, to a party? Charlie Humphrey found out Saturday night.
While gymnastics champs compete across town, the Downtown trade show served the enthusiasts with glittery outfits and chalk-eating gizmos.
Pittsburgh police said a 28-year-old was shot in the neck in East Liberty around 9:15 p.m. by a 14-year-old male.
“They didn’t deserve this,” neighbor Kim Johnson, 28, said of the barrage of gunfire that killed Tina Crawford and wounded her mother.
A mother who was shot in the Upper Hill District Friday afternoon, alongside her daughter, who died from multiple gunshots.