Nadia Goins-Samuel will serve five years probation.
At a hearing in Monroeville, there were tense moments between charter school CEOs and principals from traditional schools.
At 14, the dancing sidekick of pop star Sia and judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” is among the youngest teens to make the list of 30.
State police report everyone out of the vehicle in accident at milepost 48.9 in westbound lanes in Plum.
Charles Cook, 61, a man with a long criminal history, was identified Friday as the suspect in the killing of Myrtle McGill in 1991.
Aidan Howard, now at Robert Morris University, said he was bullied and forced to fight another freshman in the UVA team locker room.
Last month a Common Pleas judge denied the district’s request to arm its school police officers and said the officers needed more training.
On Monday, council approved an ordinance to allow residents to have backyard chickens by applying for a special zoning exception.
Council approved increases in the garbage collection and sewer service rates.
The board also has approved a new policy on when the public may use district facilities.
The Irwin Business and Professional Association will hold its third annual Ghost Walk on Saturday.
Michelle Stepnick, who stepped down from the board, said she has rescinded her resignation, but eight other people are vying for the seat.
The transit company will pay the consultant $2.4 million to provide preliminary engineering to help its application for federal funding.
The robbery occurred shortly after noon on Oct. 6 at the PNC Bank ATM at the corner of North Craig Street and Fifth Avenue.
Someone called 911 at 10:51 a.m. to report a fire at Triangle Bar & Grill on Monongahela Ave.
Troy Miller and James Meek admitted to killing Anthony Garland nearly two years ago.
A defense attorney wants a judge to dismiss a first-degree murder charge in the fatal death of a St. Clair police officer.
Allegheny County Health Department advises residents there to avoid contact with stray or wild animals.
Police said the man was arguing with a woman when another man came up and shot him twice in the leg.
The crash was reported around 6:30 a.m. at Route 30 and 10th Street, according to authorities.
The new contract is retroactive to Sept. 1 and will run until Aug. 31, 2021.
Penn Hills will pursue two grants totaling $609,600 for the remediation of excess groundwater that infiltrates the sewer system.
County spokeswoman Amie Downs said detectives were called to the area near the Hawkins Village housing complex shortly before noon.
The man led police on a car chase this morning and then fled by running into the river near Tarentum Bridge.
The 17-year-old from Oakmont was walking on tracks in Plum, police said.
Woodland Hills coach said Bethel Park players and fans used racial taunts.
The pilot, Douglas Splitstone, was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital with a cut head but is expected to fully recover.
Blairsville High School is forfeiting tonight’s game against Ligonier Valley after two recent student suicides.
A parent said participating in the league helps boys and girls learn to work together on the court before they reach high school.
The capital improvement projects under discussion involve expanding one of three schools or rebuilding Regency Park Elementary.
School board also asked to install plaque to honor those killed in Vietnam.
The $31.36 million spending package presented to council Tuesday comes in at about 1 percent less than last year’s budget.
The 11,300-square-foot train station on Hay Street, built in 1916, has been vacant for nearly 40 years.
The all-volunteer group rehearses weekly throughout the year at Coraopolis United Methodist Church.
Greg Brown’s lawyers argue double jeopardy applies and allege their client was the victim of prosecutorial misconduct.
More big name stores are choosing to close their doors on Thanksgiving Day. Monroeville Mall will reopen at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.
Kimberly Ross admitted in court that she helped Joseph Loughner, 52, of Mount Pleasant, write the threats.
Chucky Porter was a brawler and enforcer in his early days and in later used his reputation for violence to control his underlings.
Derrick “Snowmann” Means, 22, was charged with homicide and a gun offense in the shooting death of Ronald Carter, 29, of the West End.
The funding is aimed at “pushing the boundaries of innovation,” which will be showcased at the Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh today.
A SWAT situation in the East Hills that may have been connected to the shooting has come to an end, according to Pittsburgh police.
Officials say the cameras will help law enforcement identify criminal elements among the thousands of transients drawn to Monroeville.
Pittsburgh police said Raevin Hodges, 18, was babysitting a 3-year-old boy when he fell off a second-floor balcony of a home on Monday.
Meterfeeder’s app, available in five communities now with eight more pending, allows motorists to pay at parking meters electronically.
A ban on hoodies in class had resulted in 41 recent suspensions for violating the policy.
Wilkinsburg police and paramedics responded to the 400 block of South Avenue about 5:30 p.m. after callers had reported a shooting.
An Allegheny County jury found James Husok, 27, guilty of third-degree murder in the shooting of Michael Welsh.
A contractor for Port Authority finished a $.8 million rehabilitation of the Tassey Hollow Bridge and buses will resume using it next month.
Keontre Easley, 20, was sentenced for the Aug. 23 shooting death of Shaka McGhie, 24, of Forest Hills.
Southern Airways officials said service from Altoona-Blair County Airport to Baltimore will start Nov. 19.