The money will go toward a deck that will help reconnect Downtown Pittsburgh directly with the Hill District.
The Allentown bar was cited for no hot water, a sewage backup and for denying access.
Customers affected are on Oswald Street, from Chellis to Perrott streets.
The Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County might be in the market for a smaller authority such as McKeesport’s, which is for sale.
A new pilot program will offer free classes to help in the often overwhelming journey of caregiving.
Daniel Montano, 30, of Highland Park is charged with 40 counts of criminal mischief related to graffiti, primarily in the East End.
Pittsburgh’s water authority says it carefully vetted the new director, who disputed reports of a past termination.
Former PetSmart chairman will take the helm at GNC. Shares in the vitamin and nutrition supplement business tumbled after the announcement.
The female was walking near the intersection of North Bellefield and Fifth avenues when she was struck.
The accident was reported around 3 a.m. in the 8300 block of Frankstown Avenue when a vehicle flipped over near a building.
A University of Pittsburgh study says there's no data available to explain the pathway from legal ownership to illegal possession of guns.
Members approve the policy in a 5-2 vote Wednesday.
The Liberty Bridge and Tunnel is closed from 8 p.m. Friday to noon Sunday as workers change lane configurations on the $80 million project.
The deal, in which UPMC admits no liability, resolves allegations brought in federal court in 2012; other claims are still being pursued.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s office filed suit over alleged violations of the Manufactured Home Community Rights Act.
Chief Cameron McLay said his speech was about police and community relations and not politics.
The North Side facility gets one star out of five for safety of care, readmissions and patient experience.
The fire damaged a building under construction on Spruce Way between 24th and 25th Streets.
The starting date for new Executive Director Kenneth Charles Griffin has not yet been determined.
Police said three men had broke into an apartment while at least six people were inside, including a 2-year-old.
Pittsburgh police said the man was driving in the 7400 block of Race Street heading toward Brushton when shots were fired.
Kamau Thomas told police he was trying to scare a guy who had threatened him when he fired at a porch filled with people in Knoxville.
Mayor Bill Peduto's office dismissed WalletHub ratings as having "questionable methodology."
The chief offered Pittsburgh as a model for the kind of dialogue he said was necessary to restore trust in police.
Riverlife hopes that temporary project leads to permanent light on the Sister Bridges between Downtown and the North Shore.
The Heinz Endowments is supporting the county's plan to treat gun violence like a disease outbreak.
Thomas Richard Ross, 48, of New Waterford, Ohio, was charged with aggravated assault and reckless endangerment.
The charter schools are suing Pittsburgh Public Schools, saying the board violated Pa. law by voting to renew for one year instead of five.
There are no details yet about the nature of the incident on Stadium Street.
Mayor Bill Peduto said it "will help heal one of Pittsburgh's worst efforts at urban renewal" and help redevelop the Civic Arena site.
Police found four dead dogs and one badly malnourished in her Beechview house.
Police say a man and a woman were injured after being shot at on a porch on Hamilton Avenue.
In the earlier incident, Cody Jay Smith threatened to kill crisis specialist Todd O’Toole.
City Council hears arguments about giving historic designation to former Methodist church in Bloomfield
The Western PA Conference of the United Methodist Church asks council to end Albright church’s movement toward historic designation.
Board member Moira Kaleida and 7-year-old Laith Dougherty of Squirrel Hill are doing well following last month’s transplant surgery.
A redacted police report, released in response to an open-records request, blacked out information that could explain her reluctance.
Dylan, 7, and Nicholas Taylor, 12, died in the fast-moving blaze that trapped them on the third floor of their Sorrell Street home.
The injuries, caused when a bus struck the rear of a vehicle at Murray Avenue and Bartlett Street, were described as “relatively minor.”
The mayor calls “fair” an award that adds scheduling rights, but means little or no raises for officers through 2018.
A new law allows casinos to pay $1 million for a license to serve liquor 24 hours a day, since state law bans sales between 2 and 6 a.m.
Permits, applications and violations could be easily viewed using the website, according to the Peduto administration.
Despite a heat advisory warning people to stay indoors, the rivers and shores were teeming with activity.
The National Council of Jewish Women sponsored the event where 500 children in need selected new school clothes, shoes and supplies.
An effort to build ties among local business, education and political leaders with their Cuban counterparts is beginning to pay off.
Officials from the Port Authority and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 85 say contract talks are making progress behind the scenes.
One-time music impresario Pat McArdle is campaigning to have the Greenfield Bridge renamed for self-taught artist and laborer.
Citiparks’ Cinema in the Parks, Poetry readings, Squirrel Hillbillies perform in Schenley Park, Health fair in Lincoln-Lemington and more...
A thunderstorm dropped about ½ inch of rain in about 20 minutes this afternoon bringing and knocking out power for some.
Monica Brown of Carrick arrested in stabbing death of her brother on Saturday.
A man opens fire on a group that was having an argument.