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The crash happened around 3:30 a.m. today on the Oakland side of the bridge.
The newspaper wants the state to preserve emails for at least two years instead of the current practice of destroying them after five days.
Pitt study identifies gene mutations that signal aggressive form of prostate cancer.
Jury selection for Robert Ferrante, 65, was supposed to begin Oct. 14, but now has been kicked back to Oct 21.
Hundreds turn out at Station Square for annual suicide awareness walk.
Pittsburgh Public Schools announced it is reducing the amount of time students in K-5 spend taking required tests this school year.
Eleven jurors begin their 21st hour of deliberations this morning in the case of a black Millvale man whom police shot and paralyzed.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is in the process of redesigning the road through Schenley Park, part of a program to reduce storm runoff.
Kristin Saunders, 30, joins city government from an architecture firm in San Francisco, where she worked on public space design.
A look at the events coming up for the week ahead.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Pittsburgh Opera are staying afloat in a continuously challenging financial climate.
“The Pitch” was a highlight among a week of events at the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival in East Liberty.
Wilkinsburg mother charged with endangering a child following tumultuous 18 months with baby’s father.
Lawrenceville historian Jude Wudarczyk unearths the details of a 19th-century battle with an unlikely plaintiff.
Pittsburgh police said a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at 2:26 a.m. at the intersection of 22nd and East Carson streets
Pittsburgh police said the man walked into UPMC Mercy at about 5:15 a.m. and is in good condition.
A five-vehicle accident on Interstate 279 south near the inbound Fort Duquesne Bridge blocked a lane of traffic and resulted in injuries.
The accident happened at 12:20 a.m. today at the intersection of Federal and West General Robinson streets.
At least two people were hurt when a vehicle crashed into a Pittsburgh police cruiser Friday night near UPMC Mercy Hospital.
Pitt’s Center for Latin American Studies celebrated 50 years with remembrances from some of those who used it for international careers.
Kevin Quigley faces one misdemeanor count of simple assault and has a preliminary hearing set Sept. 18.
A 19-year-old man died Thursday afternoon after he was shot on the North Side, the Allegheny County medical examiner’s office said.
Cameron McLay, whose hiring still must be approved by city council, intends to repair relationship between the department and the public.
Camels are believed to be the source infecting humans with a contagious and deadly virus spreading through the Middle East.
County dispatchers were called to the 4000 block of Perrysville Avenue about 3 p.m. for a man who was shot in the buttocks.
Dollar Bank and Judith Fitzgerald are asking judge to find in their favor in the dispute over how the property is sold.
Jane Chu, chairwoman of the National Endowment of the Arts, is in Pittsburgh for Arts Education Partnership National Forum.
This is a story of people who were forced to flee their country because of persecution, war, or violence.
Signed agreements would be needed from faculty and technical staff who submit federal grant proposals.
Julie Nixon Eisenhower spoke Thursday at the gala marking the 250th anniversary of the Fort Pitt Block House, Pittsburgh’s oldest building.
No one was injured when a tractor-trailer overturned 5:30 a.m. today.
A Spring Garden man accused of pulling down a U.S. marshal’s pants while she ran is now charged in a second case and suspected in a third.
The groom and the man he was accused of fighting with had been cleared of all charges except for two summary offenses.
Eldred Freeman, 21, faces charges of robbery, burglary and conspiracy. He was arrested this afternoon.
The University of Pittsburgh is telling all faculty and nonclerical staff they must sign intellectual property agreements.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and state Sen. Jim Ferlo have differed on visions for the Strip District terminal.
The board will negotiate with McCaffery Interests and Rubino Partners to try to merge their visions for the produce terminal.
SEA board members approved a revised agreement with the team that sets Oct. 22, 2015, as the deadline for the start of development.
A local concrete contractor blasts the Water and Sewer Authority over the bidding process for more than $1 million worth of work.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. was in Pittsburgh this week to push the amendment, which Pittsburgh City Council also may consider.
Common Pleas Judge Donald E. Machen said this morning of the juror’s in Leon Ford’s case had to be excused.
The East Liberty Station will be closed from 9 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday.
Mr. Delaney will return to the business faculty after a successor is named, university officials said.
Pittsburgh police are investigating a shooting on the North Side this afternoon.
Police say Robert Flynn, 19, lifted the skirt and brushed the buttocks of a woman as she walked near the 16th Street Bridge on Sept. 2.
The Beatles smiled. Cameras clicked. Barbara Shapiro, a 17-year-old from Highland Park, did not want to be there.
Mayor Bill Peduto was among those who made a pitch to NCAA committees for the city to host a Women’s basketball Final Four in the future.
Police said one juvenile was wounded in the leg in the Beltzhoover shooting.
Secretary Anthony Foxx addressed the Pro Walk/Pro Bike/Pro Place conference at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center this morning.
Robert Ferrante is accused of poisoning his wife, Autumn Klein, at their home April 17, 2013.