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Traffic is being rerouted for a roof construction project at a hotel there.
A confirmation hearing for Stephen Bucar, a former FBI special agent and Pennsylvania state trooper, focused on a variety of concerns.
Mr. Huss, 46, was among three finalists recommended to Boston Mayor Martin Walsh to lead a fire bureau with about 1,400 employees.
Pittsburghers can leave their mark on the new Kimpton Hotel Monaco by naming 12 of their suites by July 30.
The board rejected plans by the Environmental Charter School at Frick Park that would have cost the district as much as $11 million a year.
There was no Listeria bacteria at the Youngstown, Ohio, baking facility.
An Allegheny County emergency dispatch supervisor said police were sent to the area near Federal Street about 1:45 p.m.
The civil lawsuit is on hold, awaiting a decision by the judge on the city's motion to dismiss it.
Christopher Thomas was also wanted in connection with a rape case, Pittsburgh public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
Tarek Chok, 49, admitted that he knowingly tried to export a .45-caliber Springfield pistol to Lebanon on Sept. 18, 2012.
Crews will work between the ramps to Interstate 279 and Interstate 579-Veterans Bridge.
Eric Yandrich was accused of yelling at a judicial secretary and insulting her judge over a procedural ruling in a divorce case.
A Hill District man accused of stabbing another man in the South Side told police he acted in self-defense, according to court documents.
An architectural firm will present its vision of a new restaurant facility at the zoo to the city‘s Art Commission
Pittsburgh K-9 Officer Lucas Coyne will be quick to tell you he was just doing his job.
Pittsburgh needs three more administrative law judges to reduce a backlog and to handle appeals being re-filed by miners and their widows.
Annual reports for 2011 and 2012 show the city paid $381,764 in settlements, judgments and attorneys fees for various lawsuits.
Many relied on George Knapp for his guidance and wisdom, said Ken Moritz, who worked with him closely for the past 13 years at Stonewood.
The summer camp, led by writer/director Joey Travolta, teaches those with autism spectrum disorders about communication and collaboration.
A local contractor was shot and killed and a second man he worked with was shot in the eye outside of a vacant house this afternoon.
Police received a 911 call at 2:20 this morning that two men were shot after forcing their way into an apartment on Merritt Avenue.
The June 21 Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field spawned hours of extended tailgating, fights, arrests and mounds of trash.
The box was examined by courthouse guards and found to be empty, authorities said.
If applicable, the covenants could prevent the sale of the debt-ridden center to 980 Liberty Partners.
Lamont Washington, 44, was sentenced Monday to 47 months behind bars. He pleaded guilty last August to distribution of heroin.
Jeffrey Schrott, 33, of Coraopolis, surrendered to Pittsburgh police on Sunday, city public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
Mayor Bill Peduto‘s administration is re-examining a city crime-fighting initiative that dates to 2008.
Aaron Sims, who has addresses in both Lincoln-Lemington and West Mifflin, was being held in the Allegheny County Jail this evening.
The four suspects forced Kenneth Mitchell into his home at gunpoint, duct-taped him and then left with three handguns and money.
Some believe the area around the newly restored park could be primed to become one of Downtown’s next hot spots for restaurants and retail.
A look at the upcoming events for the week ahead.
The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools will vote Wednesday on revisions that replace zero tolerance with more discretion.
The Post-Gazette obtained a list of 9,521 street segments that scored zero and went out to get a glimpse of what the worst looked like.
Robert Kleekpo was born in Nimba County, Liberia, witnessed civil war, met Charles Taylor and now works at Phipps Conservatory as a grower.
The city bought computer equipment and software for the building inspection bureau in 2009, but it still hasn‘t been installed.
Community gardens like the one in Millvale offer disadvantaged communities a chance to return to their neighborly roots.
The program by Pittsburgh Action Against Rape is designed to get athletes talking about uncomfortable subjects in their relationships.
A spokesman for the medical examiner identified the victim as Sean Gittins, 23, of Pittsburgh.
A man was stabbed twice during an altercation near the intersection of East Carson Street and 20th Street Sunday night.
Police were called to the 400 block of Norton Street on Sunday, where they found his wife and two friends locked out of the apartment.
Awakened early by U.S. marshal and told he was under arrest, Robert Swope's first thought was it had something to do with his work.
The project is examining everything from how much land is devoted to farming to how the supply chain processes and distributes food.
Police say the women took the juveniles from the hearing, where court officials were in the process of terminating parental custody rights.
The group of about 100 protesters waved signs and Palestinian flags and chanted slogans.
Police union‘s lawyer says that a surveillance video shows Ariel Lawther push a protester and that photos show her strike the officer.
Lyft joins Uber in seeking an emergency order from the state Public Utility Commission so it can continue its ride-sharing service legally.
The renovated restaurant area is expected to serve as a gateway to the planned ‘Top of the World’ exhibit featuring endangered species.
The American Insurance Co. is seeking an order absolving it of covering losses in False Claims Act lawsuits.
Michael Monroe, 43, faces charges of homicide, simple assault and terroristic threats in the July 6 death of Dereck Frye, 22.
Christopher Richardson, 48, was arrested July 5 after Pittsburgh police said he stabbed 75-year-old Alan Krupitzer.