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The decision to bar Dr. Charolette Hoffman from entering Allegheny County Jail leaves the facility without a full-time psychiatrist.
Lisa Grandinetti, a gifted UPMC dermatologist, dies of lung cancer at age 38.
In the past five years or so, an influx of artists, entrepreneurs and ordinary folks have made the neighborhood lively, funky and fun.
Roderick Diggs, a former drug screener for the county court system, was ordered to stand trial for accepting money to report clean results.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton said 12 of the 14 are in custody and will appear today in U.S. District Court for initial hearings.
Relatives of the boy, are suing the Circle C Youth & Family Service group home, and the former employee, Jaymar Gilbert.
John Schmitt, 37, was on "constant observation" on the building's sixth floor last month when police say he assaulted a therapist.
The Sports & Exhibition Authority has received five responses from firms that want to pursue a mega-hotel or some other type of project.
The use of force in the incident is now being reviewed at the request of Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay.
Since May, the Education Department has regularly disclosed a list of schools that its Office for Civil Rights is investigating.
Federal prosecutors said Dov Ratchkauskas, 48, who has Israeli citizenship, tried to obtain a passport so he can flee the country.
Six of the findings were negative and two were positive, including compliance with NCAA bylaws covering athlete eligibility, financial aid.
The office will review training and ethical standards and catch shortfalls “before they become crisis problems,” Chief Cameron McLay said.
Additional parking is available at the First Avenue Garage and Second Avenue Plaza, the Pittsburgh Parking Authority said.
The operator agreed to close the club after meeting with Pittsburgh police, the District Attorney's office and Liquor Control Enforcement.
The loose barges were first reported to Allegheny County emergency officials shortly before 6 p.m.
The death of John Scaine, 23, of Braddock, was ruled a homicide, a medical examiner's office supervisor said.
Local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants will donate today’s sales toward adding a K-9 officer memorial on the North Shore.
Revenue-per-lawyer was also up slightly year-over-year, from $691,000 to $703,000.
The clothing was collected through PittServes and will be given to charities including an on-campus shop, Thriftsburgh, opening next month.
A federal grand jury said Christopher Wallace, 28, robbed First Commonwealth Bank on Butler Street in Lawrenceville.
Charles Ninness, 59, of Pittsburgh, also faces fines totaling $4,000.
Jerrell Whitlock, Dquay Means and Michael Paranay were found not guilty of aggravated assault and attempted homicide in an April jury trial.
About 250 people attended the panel discussion on the topic of “A Half Century of Struggle and Success: A Civil Rights Retrospective.”
Developer Clayco Realty Group plans to begin construction by fall so the five-story, 285,000-square-foot building is ready by fall 2017.
Young Americans for Liberty at Carlow University encouraged students to write on two outdoor poster-boards, part of a national project.
The website reviews cities such as Pittsburgh for walking conditions, cultural assets, transportation, planning and sustainable design.
Relationships between the police and African-American communities need to go beyond conversations and marches.
“They’re the future of the organization,” public safety director Stephen Bucar said of the three.
U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon jailed Akhil Mishra, 70, for selling unlicensed merchandise and heroin stamp bags while awaiting trial.
Common Pleas Senior Judge Judith Friedman’s one-sentence order means the city’s law remains in force, at least for now.
Police spokeswoman Sonya Toler said Dustin Moffat was taken into custody without incident at his home around 5:45 this morning.
The shooting took place near the intersection of North Lang Avenue and Upland Street, Ms. Toler said.
"I don't think he should have been out on bail," Ronald Acrie, father of victim, said of suspect Harvey Scott, now charged with homicide.
The lawsuit by The Fairness Center claims teachers out of the classroom for years on union duties still get raises and public pensions.
A bill to be introduced Tuesday by Pittsburgh Councilman Corey O’Connor offers free ads on city bus shelters if businesses raise wages.
The officer is one of two in Duquesne who could be taken off the job there in a probe of possible cheating last year on a state test.
One person was shot and five others injured by broken glass in the “chaos” created when a gunman opened fire at Ivy Pittsburgh.
Kevin Ford, 28, of Lincoln-Lemington, appeared about 9:30 this morning at Pittsburgh police headquarters on the North Side.
Sherwood K. Stevenson, 76, was charged again today with counts of false identification to law enforcement and theft of services.
The Day of Mourning in Market Square was part of a national effort to recognize disabled people who have been victims of murder.
An officer investigating reports of car vandalism in Brighton Heights late Sunday spotted a vehicle in connection with the incidents.
A 1986 Pittsburgh ordinance requires those who submits plans to pay a fee for microfilming records, which the city rarely uses any more.
James Posey, 60, of Brookline, was killed on Dec. 22, 2013.
"The time has come for the court to detain Akhil Mishra, who is simply incorrigible," Assistant U.S. Attorney Brendan Conway wrote.
Akhil Mishra is in jail while authorities try to revoke his bond on another case after they found unlicensed sports attire at Giggles.
The Pittsburgh area could receive as much as six inches of snow by Monday morning, but city roads should be good for rush hour.
Zone 1 police are investigating 29 incidents of smashed car windows in Brighton Heights and Spring Garden.
Pittsburgh police said the young man was shot about 11:45 a.m. near Millbridge and Industry streets.
Chris Johnson, 22, a senior defensive back at Duquesne University, was found dead Friday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.