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The authority’s 76-page report covers allegations over Bedford Dwellings tenant council election procedures.
Former Councilman Doug Shields’, who was hired June 3, waits approval for unique job situation.
Details on new policies set to be released to faculty on Monday.
The Jewish Healthcare Foundation paid $60,000 to RAND Corp. to compile the guidelines.
Wolf’s running mate considers double duty; might retain Senate seat if elected.
Despite concerns from several members, the council may approve additional money for the Pittsburgh Initiative to Reduce Crime.
The Johnstown native will perform Friday evening at the Downtown venue as part of Cafe 304.
Pitt researcher Robert Ferrante is accused of buying cyanide online and giving it to Autumn Klein, causing her death in April 2013.
Adham Mandour, 27, who is currently in the United States on a student visa, admitted to downloading or viewing images of child pornography.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation expects to restore two lanes of outbound traffic by Thanksgiving.
David Janusek, who held to position for about three years, is gone from the society as of Thursday.
International Investigative Services held a $211,711 judgment against the center but did not receive any money in the sale.
The Allegheny County medical examiner’s office hasn’t identified the man, who was 5 feet, 6 inches to 5 feet, 10 inches tall and toothless.
The college scholarship initiative has secured a $1 million commitment from a family.
Councilwoman Darlene Harris said Mayor Bill Peduto’s office promise to restore the $1.6 million used for an Uptown transit study next year.
Deputies learned that though Edington applied for welfare benefits at the shelter, he'd failed to register as a sex offender here as
The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh will offer handcrafted jewelry and art from more than 200 local artists.
One employee was a Pittsburgh Westinghouse 6-12 principal who was rated unsatisfactory; the other was a welding teacher.
About 200 attended the eighth Mayor’s Night Out town hall, giving community members one-on-one access to about a dozen city leaders.
Two of the alternates now say serving on the trial would be a hardship.
Officers from the city's Zone 5 station responded to call for shots fired shortly after 1 p.m. and found about 10 shell casings.
The on-ramp from Route 19 to southbound Interstate 79 at the Cranberry (Exit 76) interchange will be closed from 7 tonight until 6 a.m.
"We're not expanding the footprint of the hospital but rearranging existing space," chief medical officer Steve Docimo said.
Opening statements expected tomorrow for Pitt researcher who faces homicide charge in cyanide poisoning death of his wife, Dr. Autumn Klein.
Ariel Lawther, 19, of Harmony, was arrested June 15 after police said she struck a Pittsburgh officer in the chest and groin.
Pittsburgh Councilwoman Darlene Harris said it’s “unfair” to move $1.6 million from a delayed community center to an Uptown transit study.
The Young Preservationists Association’s annual list of 10 preservation opportunities names a McKees Rocks theater and an optical factory.
The scam has used the police department's Zone 2 phone number to steal $500 from a local college student.
Sasha Abramsky will speak Wednesday at a Just Harvest dinner Downtown.
The developer plans to turn the building into 30 to 40 market-rate apartments.
Director Saleem Ghubril will deliver the Promise’s annual report today and announce additional major gifts.
David Bell Jr., 18, faces charges of fleeing officers, driving without a license and traffic violations.
Writer honored for “cutting-edge” reporting on science, medical issues.
The crash happened at 4 p.m. on South Busway, according to public safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler.
Bruce Kraus denied the charges of littering and harassment, brought by a neighboring business owner, as “unfounded and untrue.”
Robert Ferrante, 66, is accused of using cyanide to kill his wife, Autumn Klein, 41, chief of women's neurology at UPMC Presbyterian.
Because charges weren’t filed until last year, the statute of limitations has expired and Arthur Fryar can’t face charges, a judge ruled.
The mayor’s education task force tonight bounced around ideas ranging from safety to class size in Pittsburgh Public Schools.
One Day University will hold its first program in Pittsburgh this week.
Law would allow groups like it to sue over municipal regulations related to firearms.
The defense contends that an alleged assault on one of the prosecutors in the case may sway prospective jurors.
The sale of the center, approved Tuesday, ends a long and acrimonious battle for control over the property while preserving the center.
Friends and colleagues gathered for a funeral Tuesday in Wilkinsburg for 29-year-old Omar Hodges.
The conditions of those taken to the hospital were not known by dispatchers.
Mr. Cochran has served as vice chancellor since August 1995, and he was Pitt’s general counsel from 2004 to 2013.
Omar Hodges, 29, of Homewood worked for the city’s Department of Public Works since January 2013.
A security firm filed a last-minute objection, seeking more than $200,000. The attorney for the conservator calls it "an extortion job."
Pittsburgh is a sister city of his native Bilbao in Spain. Aitor Coca loves it here.
City and county officials have been trying to round up teenagers committing crime in the Hill District in the days since a 17-year-old boy
Cara Jette used a $3,000 grant from GTECH Strategies to create the Knoxville Incline Park where the incline operated from 1890 to 1960.