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Michael Schaab was killed when a gunman walked into the Oakland psychiatric hospital March 8, 2012.
The more compact stature and rounder curves of "average Barbie" look like a healthier version of the female form to many.
Allen Wade, 43, retained a defense attorney Friday.
The judge found no evidence that prior incidents involving the officers are linked to the Jan. 12, 2010, altercation in Homewood.
Civil trial slated to start next week for Jordan Miles of Homewood, who accuses three Pittsburgh police officers of using excessive force.
The Munhall native will be combining theater and comedy this weekend at the Downtown venue.
Police retained Cybergenetic in Oakland, which specializes in analyzing DNA mixtures from more than one person, to help in the Wolfe case.
Whether Allen Wade's arrest in the double killing will affect a pending murder-for-hire case is unclear.
Corizon Health has improved its management of health services in recent weeks, company officials say.
The 6-year-old, whose name hasn't been released, lived on Mount Pleasant Road.
Hadi Ibrahim, 42, of Greentree, and Wesam Ibrahim, 40, of Banksville, ran the store, which in 2009 got approval to accept SNAP benefits.
A month after two sisters are found slain in their East Liberty home, police arrest their next-door neighbor.
Allen Wade also spent time in prison for a bank robbery and gun violation.
South Side will have off-site parking, taxi stands and other arrangements to handle crowds after the St. Patrick's Day parade.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said he and UPMC president and CEO Jeffrey Romoff discussed three major issues Wednesday afternoon.
President Esther Barazzone faced a skeptical crowd of alumni and others, urging against making the undergraduate women's college coed.
Anthony Scholl of West Mifflin was charged with attempted homicide in an attack on bicyclist Colin Albright on Sept. 5, 2012.
Councilmen Ricky Burgess and R. Daniel Lavelle, plan to introduce amendments to overhaul a bill to create the city's first land bank.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and UPMC president and CEO Jeffrey Romoff met for two hours this afternoon to break the ice.
Allen Wade, a neighbor of Susan and Sarah Wolfe, posted on Facebook this afternoon that he is innocent. He is now at police headquarters.
Police initially were told that people were trapped in vehicles struck by the truck but later reports said there were no injuries.
Pittsburgh Woolslair K-5 on the Bloomfield-Lawrenceville border has a reprieve but is a case study in how much school closings might save.
The PSO laid off almost 10 percent of its administrative staff in ongoing efforts to balance its budget and make operations more efficient.
Also, Duquesne proposes building a black box theater, and the planning board OKs using a former Hazelwood church for a K-6 charter school.
They will discuss many of the issues around living wages and unionization that about a thousand protesters brought to Downtown sidewalks.
Sister Barbara Finch, a nun and a registered nurse, was fired from her job at the Allegheny County Jail in January.
The person was shot around 10:45 p.m. at Red's Ringside Cafe, and their condition was not immediately available.
Anthony Scholl is charged with stabbing bicyclist Colin Albright in the neck.
Officials said efforts continue to improve the quality of teaching, develop new evaluations for principals and get more spaces for pre-K.
Corey Clark of Penn Hills has been charged with killing one man and wounding four others Saturday inside the Rendezvous Phase III Lounge.
The robbery occurred at 1927 Brownsville Rd. at 7:17 p.m.
The opening of the 52nd Street Market is a venture in neighborhood development for Upper Lawrenceville.
The trial for Anthony Scholl, 24, of West Homestead is expected to last three days.
The asking prices are based on three independent appraisals as well as a requirement that a sales price must cover remaining debt.
The protests are set to continue today, though officials say they will avoid spilling into Downtown streets and clogging traffic.
The bullets and magazine were not allowed as evidence in the first trial in the case that involved criminal charges.
The Davis Companies, which paid $14 million for the Grant Street site, will renovate but isn't sure of the building's future use.
In the meantime, the owner has agreed to keep the bar closed, according to a spokesman for the DA’s office.
The owner of an East Allegheny home that has been the site of dozens of police, fire and EMS calls in 4 years was held in contempt of court.
The local Ukrainian community organized a concert to raise money and awareness.
A temporary consulate will feature presentations and media events to showcase the growing relationship between the city and Canada.
The team said that meeting an October deadline could be tough given ongoing negotiations with Hill District leaders and the city.
If those eagles could talk, here's what they'd probably be saying ...
Melissa Tates, 34, died when her car struck a utility pole at Liberty Avenue and 17th Street this morning.
Nearly 400 students participate in National History Day at the John Heinz History Center.
Musicians from around the world played together in an Internet concert Saturday, with Carnegie Mellon a major hub.
Surveillance footage probably will factor heavily at the trial for Dustin Andrejco-Jones, 25, of Braddock.
The brief but intense confrontation gave nature fans an unvarnished look at the game of survival.
Thunderbird Cafe's plans had called adding a 3,200-square-foot restaurant, upstairs apartments, more capacity and an off-site parking.
Joseph Graziano Jr. passed counterfeit money and traveled without court permission to two Western states and to the site of the Super Bowl.