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Supporters of the Downtown center, which defaulted on its mortgage 20 months ago and has been closed, used the anniversary to rally support.
The details were part of the preliminary land development plan the hockey team submitted to the city of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Linda Lane is working on a three-school plan for science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
Performances mark occasion as the facility’s future remains uncertain.
Pittsburgh police shot and paralyzed Mr. Ford following a traffic stop in 2012.
Zachary Threats, 36, is accused of killing 30-year-old Kaamil Arnold, who was grilling at a home in the 7700 block of Tioga Street.
Pittsburgh police said Hosea Davis, 37, was shot at least 10 times the afternoon of Jan. 20 and took Rodney Howard Jr. into custody.
The firm is now hoping for “clarity” with regard to the nearby development of the historic produce terminal.
Dollar Bank holds a $7.9 million mortgage on the building and wants to recoup the entire amount.
The man was found laying on the sidewalk near the intersection of Vinial Street and Salter Way.
A jury found Leon Ford, 21, not guilty of two counts of aggravated assault on Monday.
Four men and three women, some University of Pittsburgh students, were displaced after an early morning fire destroyed two houses.
A train was having mechanical issues at the Gateway Center subway station and in Washington County by a jack-knifed tractor trailer on I-79.
The new settlements total $132,500 and end lawsuits filed by five corrections officers or supervisors.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority says drivers using the pay stations that replaced parking meters two years ago leads to less tickets issued.
Kevin Quigley, also a Pittsburgh Democratic ward chairman, had charges dismissed when his girlfriend wouldn’t pursue charges.
Raymond Pope, 4, is believed to have been abducted by Radford Pope, his non-custodial father, after the pair went to the movies Sept. 10.
Earl Hill tells County Council he is in the process of making changes to the county’s juvenile detention center.
Pittsburghers never move and rarely — if ever — throw anything away, the president of Heinz History Center observed Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh neighborhood stands as an example of redevelopment in an area once known mainly for deteriorating buildings and crime.
The University of Pittsburgh professor, who also holds a master’s from Pitt, won a National Book Award in 2010. “I’m dumbfounded,” he said.
The federal grant is expected to create 300 jobs and bring in $225 million in private investment.
The schools are West Liberty, South Brook 6-8 and Pioneer, which serves special needs students.
A father and son were involved in the conspiracy together.
Groups weigh whether retrying Leon Ford on the remaining counts against him is worth it.
Called “The Eyes of Freedom,” the tribute to fallen heroes has been at the Pittsburgh Technical Institute in North Fayette.
More than 150 VFW members took part Tuesday in a wreath-laying at Pitt to mark the 100th birthday of the veterans’ group.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner said she has not received a complete inventory of county-owned and leased cars, as requested.
Akhil Mishra, who was part of national investigation, and his adult son, are charged with selling materials used to dilute and heroin.
A man died after being shot at least once in the head in Homewood tonight, Pittsburgh public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
The agreement, finalized Sept. 9, settled issues such as affordable housing and minority participation.
Judge Lawrence O'Toole is scheduled to hear arguments on the motion Friday.
A gag order was issued in the case by Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey A. Manning in the days leading up to jury selection.
The meeting detailed the latest chapter in the clash between Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority and the city over a new payroll system.
Participants will play the roles of members of low-income families and be given situations to portray and limited play money for expenses.
The crash happened around 3:30 a.m. today on the Oakland side of the bridge.
The newspaper wants the state to preserve emails for at least two years instead of the current practice of destroying them after five days.
Pitt study identifies gene mutations that signal aggressive form of prostate cancer.
Jury selection for Robert Ferrante, 65, was supposed to begin Oct. 14, but now has been kicked back to Oct 21.
Hundreds turn out at Station Square for annual suicide awareness walk.
Pittsburgh Public Schools announced it is reducing the amount of time students in K-5 spend taking required tests this school year.
Eleven jurors begin their 21st hour of deliberations this morning in the case of a black Millvale man whom police shot and paralyzed.
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is in the process of redesigning the road through Schenley Park, part of a program to reduce storm runoff.
Kristin Saunders, 30, joins city government from an architecture firm in San Francisco, where she worked on public space design.
A look at the events coming up for the week ahead.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and Pittsburgh Opera are staying afloat in a continuously challenging financial climate.
“The Pitch” was a highlight among a week of events at the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival in East Liberty.
Wilkinsburg mother charged with endangering a child following tumultuous 18 months with baby’s father.
Lawrenceville historian Jude Wudarczyk unearths the details of a 19th-century battle with an unlikely plaintiff.
Pittsburgh police said a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle at 2:26 a.m. at the intersection of 22nd and East Carson streets