The state Supreme Court this week struck down a law that provided Pittsburgh with $10 million from Rivers Casino
In the city’s North Side neighborhoods, which were hit particularly hard, police tried to focus on people driving retaliatory violence.
The city’s Public Works Department has a three-phase plan for revamping traffic on the North Side around the former mall, now Nova Place.
Gathering in Pittsburgh from across the United States, they call themselves “The Sacreds.”
Bronder Technical Services found a variety of problems with the Washington Boulevard floodgate system, including electrical issues.
Tim Kaine’s appearances will follow the vice presidential debate Tuesday with GOP nominee Mike Pence.
Closing arguments will be heard on Monday in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court in the case of Lincoln Levys.
The boards of both organizations approved the merger, which takes effect Jan. 1.
Money would be used to add new sidewalks, traffic signals and other improvements on Smallman Street.
The crash was reported at 1:15 a.m. in the 1800 block of West Liberty Avenue at Capital Avenue, authorities said.
Many states reported significant drops in scores as new standards were put into place last year.
Beaten outside Heinz Field, a South Park man’s lawsuit alleges that police commonly use force and excessive charges.
St. Augustine Plaza residents raise thousands so Susan DeStasio’s daughter could visit her cancer-stricken mother.
A 9-ton restriction — in place since the bridge reopened this week — has been raised following the repair of key structural element.
Kashawna Smith, 30, was charged by Pittsburgh police today with attempted homicide and aggravated assault.
The hospital will be surveying disease outbreaks and the effectiveness of vaccines as part of a nationwide program.
The incident occurred around 1:15 a.m. in the 1300 block of Lowrie Street in Troy Hill.
Pittsburgh City Council on Wednesday approved spending for two bike-lane projects, one of them to be finished this year.
Another New York company has snagged a key property in the Golden Triangle.
District judge gives Henry Gaston 30 days to capture the bird, whose piercing calls have bothered neighbors for years.
Pennsylvania among expansion markets for service that aims to connect shoppers with stores like Whole Foods, Costco and PetSmart.
The company will stop publishing the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review newspaper after Nov. 30 and and will lay off 106 workers.
Joan Grove, 62, was awarded $2.73 million for being struck by a bus, but the liability for pubic agencies like Port Authority is $250,000.
Chef and owner Kate Romane to focus on her catering business in Point Breeze.
Crow Hill Development stated it intends to restore the historic public lobbies of the building at 1075 Progress Street and the two other
The Pittsburgh native and Broadway star now will perform at 9:30 p.m. in the Downtown cabaret space after the sold-out 7:30 show.
Pittsburgh police said the robbery happened at 1:47 a.m. at the A Plus gasoline station at 5204 Interboro Ave. No one was injured.
The office complex would be built on the last parcel available on the Allegheny riverfront.
Lincoln Levys is not present in the courtroom after he refused to cooperate with the court.
Statewide data shows the prevalence of newborns facing opioid-related challenges is highest in two southwestern counties.
Police said Ronald Satterwhite, 26, was taken into custody after the shooting of a 20-year-old male at 9:35 p.m. Friday in West Oakland.
Police say a vehicle was fired upon by another vehicle in Brighton Heights before it crashes in Marshall-Shadeland.
Christina Korbe signed a plea deal for fatally shooting Agent Sam Hicks that specifically precluded her from challenging her sentence.
Here’s some helpful information for the first lady’s visit to the University of Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
A count of falsifying a report will stick in the case against Stephen Matakovich, who faces trial for allegedly using excessive force.
Police say Lamont Marquel Benton, 20, hid a stolen, loaded gun in bushes near Concord Elementary School in Carrick.
No injuries were reported in the blaze at about 2:30 a.m. today in the 100 block of Bausman Street, authorities said.
The White House created the MetroLab network to support partnerships that allow cities to benefit from universities’ technical expertise.
Data collected by the FBI reveals a drop of nearly 12 percent in violent crime and more than 17 percent in murders between 2014 and 2015.
An independent reviewer has finished its analysis of Washington Boulevard floodgates.
A jury found Derek Lee and Paul Durham guilty of second-degree murder in the 2014 slaying at Leonard Butler’s Lakewood Avenue home.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is first local group to join Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” safety program.
Fire trucks, school buses and tractor-trailers will not be able to cross the bridge for the next several weeks as the span is bolstered.
Two newspapers oppose PNC Bank’s bid to seal a coming filing in the court fight over Richard Mellon Scaife’s spending.
Early-’90s efforts to reverse the area’s worrisome trends set a vibrant market in motion, and the old guys wonder who all the newbies are.
Port Authority’s T service resumed Sunday along the Broadway Avenue corridor after being shut down for six months while track was replaced.
The event will be held at 3:30 p.m. at the Fitzgerald Field House in Oakland. Doors will open at 1 p.m.
The charity race sponsored by a Carnegie Mellon University fraternity benefits ALS research.
A two-day event will give people a close-up look at 40 Downtown sites that are usually closed off or inaccessible to the public.
Nick Edinger won the Richard S. Caliguiri Great Race 10K Sunday, while mother of three Jennifer Bigham was the first female finisher.