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Pittsburgh releases partial consulting proposal from Milwaukee police employees.
Owner Forest City Enterprises is proposing to redevelop the east side of the complex, with 300 units of apartments in the first phase.
Twelve-hour days come to an end after Light Up Night and the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo.
Quincy Swatson looks to expand his high school aquaponics program from Perry Traditional Academy to other Pittsburgh high schools.
Pets can get into trouble while their owners are distracted by Thanksgiving cooking tasks and visitors.
Police aren't sure why the driver, a man in his 80s, drove up on the sidewalk where the woman was standing outside the Rite Aid Pharmacy.
AAA says 46.3 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more this holiday; a storm warning has been issued for central and southeast Pa.
District spokeswoman Ebony Pugh said the guns were discharged inside a classroom.
Tenants are expected to remain in the office building at least through the remainder of their leases.
All city of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, state and federal offices and courts will be closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Robert Burgess was sentenced to two life terms in prison for the 2008 execution-style slayings of a Beaver Falls couple in their home.
Domanek Cabbagestalk and Isaiah Peeples were arrested after police say officers saw the pair flee the accident.
The lane will be closed at 10 p.m. daily and reopen at 6 a.m. through late December for infrastructure work.
Possibilities for the site include a movie theater, bowling alley, a fitness center, a music venue, restaurants, cafes and a food market.
Linda Lane called on the state to consider enrollment as well as equity, recognizing it costs more to educate some children than others.
Calls for unity and action in Pittsburgh’s black community continued Tuesday night in the aftermath of the Ferguson grand jury’s decision.
CMU debuts its newest rover for the $20 million Google Lunar XPrize race to the moon.
Starting Jan. 1, the county will join a growing number of governments that won’t ask about criminal background on the initial application.
District Attorney deciding whether will retry East Liberty man on charges of aggravated assault and resisting arrest.
Jeffrey Wheeler, retired U.S. Marine Corps sergeant, always wanted to see his son teach a class at the University of Pittsburgh.
Uber drivers had been cited by Allegheny County police for picking up passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Fareboxes now have to be reset manually by Port Authority drivers to prevent riders from paying too much when they use ConnectCards.
Rayshawn Williams of the East End faces a mandatory sentence of life without parole.
The work will occur on both sides of the bridge from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. All ramps will be open.
All 2015 high school commencement ceremonies in Pittsburgh Public Schools will be at the Petersen Events Center in Oakland.
The board approved selling the Rogers School building in Garfield to Impakt Development for $275,000, the asking price.
Jacob Flowers is only in third grade, but he's already distinguished.
Jennifer Chieu, had pleaded guilty in January to conspiracy to distribute 1,000 kilos of pot and conspiracy to launder the proceeds.
Construction is expected to begin in August or September of 2015 and the project’s expected to be completed by October 2017.
Alex Simakas plans to convert five acres at the former Interlocking Deck Systems plant at 43rd and Willow streets.
“Our work will continue to prevent this from happening again,” one South Side Slopes activist said Monday.
Lucia M. Aguirre arrived in Pittsburgh to study architecture at CMU and stayed after graduation to help continue the city’s redevelopment.
A law student and several attorneys have set up a program in Homestead Dec. 14 to teach immigrants their legal rights.
The yearlong observance of Pittsburgh’s oldest authenticated building will be memorialized by pictures, articles and literature.
Few legal routes can be taken when a pet is killed, unless extreme negligence can be shown, legal experts say.
Linda Lane testified today before the Basic Education Funding Commission.
The protesters were ordered to serve 20 hours of community service. Upon completion their charges will be dismissed.
Firefighters also called to the scene of fires on Republic Street and Negley Avenue.
A school district spokeswoman said the lockdown lasted about an hour.
The closure will begin at 10 p.m. daily through late December, with the lane reopening by 6 a.m. daily.
A 25-year-old woman was in stable condition after she was shot tonight in Larimer.
While the building was occupied at the time, there were no reported injuries.
Pittsburgh Police said they were responding to a call for shots fired when they found drugs and weapons in an apartment on Rhine Place.
No one was hurt in the fire in the 900 block of North Negley Avenue.
Police said the man fell late Friday in the 5500 block of Kentucky Avenue, where a party was going on at the time.
Modeled on European markets set up around Christmas, it has grown from 15 booths to about 30 this year.
Health agencies back away from copper-silver water disinfection systems to prevent Legionella, despite being exonerated in investigations.
A pizza delivery man was robbed in the Hill District Sunday night, public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler confirmed.
The homes, financed in part by a low-income housing tax credit award, are part of an extensive plan to revitalize Larimer.
Pittsburgh officials would not release details of a contract with a consultant whose owner worked with Acting Police Chief Cameron McLay.