If the perils of the traffic in Oakland make professional Port Authority bus drivers nervous, imagine what they do to regular motorists.
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police released its 2014 annual report, which offers crime data and other information compiled by the department.
The rink will be open through Feb. 28.
The decision is good news for Downtown landlords, who will be able to keep charging higher rents for their office space.
Spokeswoman says 2026 deadline impossible, especially as it tries to satisfy greener, not “grayer” approach.
Council advances legislation on a proposed comprehensive look at the best uses and condition of about 150 buildings for decades to come,
City school board terminates Joe Giansante, who despite good “value” scores, was judged unsatisfactory based on principal observations.
The “East of Liberty” filmmaker expands documentary to address youth culture and violence with youth at Shuman Detention Center.
The Squirrel Hill school was on modified lockdown today as an added precaution after staff escorted a parent from the building.
Pittsburgh police say the suspect held up his hand to look “like a gun” while saying he had a firearm.
David Umstead, 31, has been ordered to serve 20 to 40 years in prison in the death of Delrio Ivy of the North Side.
The racks were designed by local artists who were chosen after submitting proposals to the Cultural Trust.
City police charge Hill District man with 56 crimes related to the chase.
The school, which has been vacant for 14 years, is bought by a realty company representing a collaboration of youth-service organizations.
Police say the man took off with money after claiming the case he was carrying contained a bomb.
No injuries were reported in the blaze at a duplex in the 1800 block of Leolyn Street.
Officials say the person was taken to the hospital, although extent of injuries is unknown.
The move would bump her annual salary to $245,000 during her last six months with the district.
The Pittsburgh Public Schools board honored Mark Brentley, William Isler and Sherry Hazuda during their final meeting as board directors.
CJ Mikula-Conrad, 16, and his family talk about the shooting that injured him and left his 11-year-old brother dead in Mount Oliver.
The Heinz Endowments hopes new data will reverse the trend in “one of the most segregated metropolitan communities in the country.”
WHAT’S NEW: Surveillance video showing end of police chase posted by auto dealer on its Facebook page.
Maria Alejandra Gordon is wanted on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault and burglary.
The East Liberty school is looking at Larimer location to expand and build a more STEM-focused curriculum.
The budget is the largest in the district’s history and $3.1 million more than the 2015 budget.
Santino Achille admits that he and others submitted loan applications to lenders that contained false information.
Port Authority police investigated the package, determined it contained computer parts that seemed harmless and reopened the station.
Police said one of the vehicles was stolen near North Negley and Black Street and when police tried to stop it, a chase ensued.
The area has offered suburban life in the city for many who fled the urban core in the ’50s and ’60s.
A Pittsburgh physician adopts for the fourth time with the support of 30 friends and family members in court.
The youths who lived at the Pittsburgh Newsboys Home had to sing — or rather speak — for their Thanksgiving dinners 100 years ago.
The solution features massive underground tunnels to store water until the treatment plant can process it.
Highwoods, owner of the PPG Place complex, said that ice conditions "are not favorable for skating" because of the warm weather this week.
Brashear High School students are staging “The Laramie Project,” about Matthew Shepard, a gay college student murdered in Wyoming in 1998.
A proposed law by a Pittsburgh councilman that would require landlords to accept Section 8 tenants is drawing criticism from landlords.
Light Up Night kicked off the holiday season, drawing big crowds to Downtown on Friday.
The MassMutual Pittsburgh Ice Rink at PPG Place now has 25 percent more space, able to accommodate up to 350 skaters at once.
The district attorney wants Judge Joseph K. Williams III removed from the new trial of a man accused in the deaths of three firefighters.
The highway will be closed from Forest Hills to Oakland on the inbound side and from Oakland to Squirrel Hill on the outbound side.
The school is considering a switch from natural grass to synthetic turf at a practice field, potentially the fourth change in 15 years.
Markese Reese, 20, is charged in connection with the fatal shooting Nov. 9 of Marqua Wilson.
Other events at the plaza are expected to continue as scheduled.
Allegheny County Health Department posted Consumer Alerts for the two restaurants.
Students who spent all 12 years in diocesan schools will be eligible for a yearly $5,000 award renewable for up to four years.
State police said the men entered a unit at the Grove Apartments and held the victim at gunpoint.
USS Requin, the Cold War-era submarine moored at Carnegie Science Center, will re-open to tours Saturday after getting a two-month facelift.
Derrick L. Dawkins faces trial on misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and official oppression.
Holiday spirit and wintry fun for the whole family will fill Downtown for the 55th annual event on Friday.
The shooting was reported shortly before 8 p.m. Thursday in the 100 block of Oak Hill Drive in the Oak Hill housing complex in Terrace
John Nash Jr., 47, of Lawrenceville, was charged Thursday with robbery and ethnic intimidation.