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The busway will be closed between East Liberty Garage and East Liberty Station.
The city’s Stephen A. Bucar reiterates that he’s not going to obey DA Stephen A. Zappala’s demand for a change in ID procedures.
Allegheny County could save $250,000 annually if it “co-mingled” its real estate department with its Office of Property Assessments.
Pittsburgh police said Maurice Freeman was shot in the chest during a shooting on Hazlett Street.
PennDOT announced the one-month closure about 30 minutes before it was scheduled to take effect on Thursday.
Painting will close the tunnel from 8 p.m. Tuesday until 6 a.m. Aug. 22.
Mayor Peduto slams owner of the billboard: ”Lamar has a responsibility to maintain the sign and it hasn't done anything to it in 20 years.“
The increases range from $1 at the Monongahela Wharf to $4.25 at three Downtown garages.
Joe King, president of the Pittsburgh firefighters union, stepped down tonight after 28 years at the helm.
The discovery of the body at 7319 Bennett St. was reported to 911 at 9:26 a.m. and the man was pronounced dead by medics 10 minutes later.
More than 135 individuals spoke at Thursday’s hearing with a similar number of people scheduled to speak during today’s session Downtown.
The two disagree over whether Pittsburgh police should use sequential or simultaneous photo arrays when asking people to identify suspects.
The tunnel is scheduled to remain closed until 6 a.m. Aug. 22.
Governments in the U.S., Russia and Britain have worked for years to reveal the users of the covert Tor Project.
UPMC’s workers’ compensation arm will not seek reimbursement from settlement in Western Psych shooting case.
Omali McKay says state troopers relied on false information from his ex-girlfriend to raid his homes.
Stephen A. Bucar and Stephen A. Zappala Jr. feud over eyewitness identification procedures.
West Carson Street will be closed from Stafford Street to Glen Mawr Avenue tonight and tomorrow night from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m
Crews will install pavement reflectors from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily through Monday morning.
The father of a man who died in a drunk-driving crash is suing the Rivers Casino for allowing his son to drink too much.
The New York development company seeking to buy the center is getting more time to complete its due diligence on the property.
Industry decries the controversial proposed regulations, which would limit greenhouse gas emissions from coal-burning power plants.
Pittsburgh Public Schools had asked the judge to dismiss the lawsuit, filed by a white teacher against her black supervisors.
Pittsburgh police said another male was taken to Allegheny General Hospital with a non-fatal bullet wound.
Two men acquitted in stabbing of Steelers lineman Mike Adams were sentenced Wednesday on charges they fled from police.
The well-known Pittsburgh attorney sought to have a defamation suit against his estranged wife sealed; the suit has been discontinued.
The street will be closed from Stanhope Street in Esplen to Corliss Street tonight, Friday night and part of Saturday.
UPMC workers seeking to join the Service Employees International Union were joined by members of other unions in a protest.
The crash on Butler Street occurred around 10:30 p.m. and briefly closed the Highland Park Bridge.
Demetrius Winters was ordered to stand trial on charges that he stabbed Clyde Elliott, who was charged via summons with simple assault.
The 23-year-old female student was taken to UPMC Presbyterian, where she is being treated for back injuries and two broken ankles.
Peduto: "Now we're at the point where we can negotiate for the things Pittsburgh needs without this atmosphere of threats or intimidation."
The report does not recommend criminal charges, but does advise training for employees as well as changes to state law.
The bank said there is nothing in the deed or redevelopment plan that limits the use of the building to an African American Culture Center.
Concerned about the state’s decision, the teachers union plans to meet today with district administrators.
The task force's first meetings have been closed to the public. It was to have finished its report by Sept. 1.
Diana Phillips, 39, of Spring Hill, admitted to the theft Monday in U.S. District Court and will be sentenced in November.
Mr. Bucar is public safety director and Mr. Ashbaugh will lead the budget office. They’re among the final pieces of the leadership team.
Aaron Bailey faces charges of aggravated assault, fleeing an officer, driving violations and drug charges. Bijanie Davis faces drug charges.
Police found 148 counterfeit $100 bills in the vehicle or on their persons, as well as a syringe in the trunk and a small bag of marijuana.
The traffic split will be removed but the right lane will continue to be an exit-only lane at East Ohio Street.
New budget office manager Sam Ashbaugh seeks to modernize city government functions.
An appeals court vacated the conviction of Akeem Caldwell, 29, because of improper evidence introduced at his trial.
The bureau said violent crime is down 2.6 percent overall because the number of robberies decreased by 15.8 percent.
Dan Gilman wants to look at improving how city government and businesses work together.
It’s not quite the World Cup, but soccer enthusiasts get into the spirit when Manchester City of England, AC Milan compete in Pittsburgh.
Nick Drombosky, raised in Pittsburgh, rejected college and professional life. But at 27, he runs a successful bicycle accessories business.
Most summer fellowships are here today gone in six weeks. But Dominique Benzio’s was a match made in Millvale.
Leon Ford was paralyzed after Pittsburgh police opened fire during a traffic stop in Highland Park Nov. 11, 2012.
The deal would allow veterans to go outside the VA system for care.