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With the Pittsburgh teachers contract set to expire in June, talks are likely to focus on performance-based pay and other recent programs.
The pledges were nearly twice the goal set by diocesan planners when the launched the campaign two years ago.
Green infrastructure advocates and water artists say timing’s perfect for stormwater management to merge with a new development in Larimer.
Overnight lane closures will begin in the inbound Fort Pitt Tunnel tonight.
Children can now check out American Girl dolls at nearby libraries, allowing them to learn about both local and American history.
A $65,000 Alcoa Foundation grant funded 10 of the stations throughout Downtown in late November.
A car with a 1-year-old baby in the back seat was stolen Sunday night from a Brighton Heights convenience store.
Police arrested two adults and one juvenile -- in connection with an armed robbery in Central Lawrenceville early Sunday morning,
The comedian in the thick of sexual assault allegations is set to perform in Pittsburgh on Feb. 21.
Those close to Marcus Critten knew him as a loving father and eager student. Others knew him as someone to be watched carefully.
Pittsburgh’s Housing Authority shifted security guards and cut hours despite warnings.
Pittsburgh’s 31st Street Studios — the largest movie studio between both U.S. coasts — is going gangbusters in the Strip District.
The Pittsburgh region could receive up to six inches of snow over the next three days.
When the police give you an order, you might want to consider not only your rights, but also certain realities.
About 150 union employees at the Pittsburgh Housing Authority will receive raises of 2.5 percent a year under a three-year deal.
Watch an up-close training with some smart sea lions. It’s part of our weekly video series while the Pittsburgh Zoo is closed until Feb. 14.
Joey Fabus, who had an inoperable brain tumor, got to live his dream this summer by spending a day with the Bethel Park Police Department.
Mr. Ford, who was shot and paralyzed by Pittsburgh police in 2012, was found not guilty of aggravated assault in September.
The summer program, backed with $1.5 million in funding, helps children from low-income families bridge the gap between school years.
The former state representative, who lost her seat through redistricting, will be Gov. Tom Wolf’s liaison with southwestern Pennsylvania.
The agreement with Dollar Energy Fund will provide $200,000 in seed money to start the Residential Homeowner Assistance Program.
Charles “Chuckie” Stevens is charged with homicide in a fatal shooting last July in Pittsburgh’s Nelson Mandela Peace Park.
Pittsburgh leaders are taking the next step in a bid to resurrect plans for a headquarters hotel on land next to the convention center.
The 77-year-old Cosby, who is scheduled to perform at Heinz Hall in February, has been the subject of several sexual assault allegations.
A previously planned closure was postponed by cold weather.
The Iota Phi chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. will hold its annual Dr. Carter G. Woodson Academy for youth starting Feb. 7.
The move will end “Permit Day,” when Pittsburghers stand in line Downtown to get a permit to use their favorite park pavilion.
Landlord Shaun P. Cusick had four students in an Oakland house when the law allows only three who are not related.
Cody Ceniti, 27, was on probation from a 2006 case in which officials said he stole a telephone, money and a gun from a house.
Chukky Okobi, who played for the Steelers from 2001 to 2007, was accused of negligence, assault and battery in a civil lawsuit.
A University of Pittsburgh device perfuses donor livers with cooled oxygen-rich fluid to improve transplant outcomes and save more organs.
The suspect is described as a light-skinned black or Hispanic male in his early-to-mid-20s.
Battalion chief Bob Dailey said firefighters rescued Donna Marciniak from her porch roof.
Pittsburgh police were called to the incident at 11:45 p.m. at Forbes and South Braddock avenues.
Nominees will be announced in February, and the induction ceremony will be held in April.
Mon Incline will be closed for up to 70 days this fall during a $3.5 million project to replace rails and ties and make other improvements.
Officials of the Port Authority are hoping the closure will be less than 70 days.
The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools tonight set the homestead/farmstead exclusion for 2015 at nearly the same amount as in 2014.
Dawn D’Alessandro’s step-grandfather spent years collecting memorabilia as a locker room equipment manager for the Steelers and Pirates.
Councilman Daniel Lavelle, who helped develop housing plans for the lower Hill District, wants housing “for people of all income levels.”
A man wanted in connection with the shooting death of a Hazelwood driver in 2011 was arrested on unrelated drug charges Wednesday.
It was recognition all around at the start of the Pittsburgh Public Schools board meeting tonight.
The district business manager, told board members there are still a lot of unknowns, including the state subsidy and teacher retirements.
James Rohr, former chairman and CEO of PNC Financial Group, will become chairman of the university’s board of trustees on July 1.
Pittsburgh-area Muslims use education, community outreach as they repudiate terrorists’ claims of acting in the name of Islam.
The Hill Community Development Corp. agreed to drop an appeal against the city and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The incident began shortly before 3 a.m. when police were called to a home on Cordell Place in Arlington Heights for a domestic call.
Thomas McCellan, 53, was shot several times just after noon outside Shuman Market and Pittsburgh police are canvassing the neighborhood.
A statement from a suspect and a statement from a key witness in the death of Andre Roberts at times conflicted.
James Lawrence, 22, was charged with homicide, conspiracy to commit homicide and carrying a gun without a license.