A 30-inch pipeline burst on Friday sending flames into the sky that were visible for miles.
The 31-year-old is charged in 3 rapes in Wilmerding over a 21-month span
The three are charged in connection with the March 24 slaying of Saevon Scott-Ponder, 21, of Penn Hills.
The county coroner was called to the wreck at State Road and Tyrol Boulevard around 10:40 p.m.
Chris Halaszynski said that he didn’t think that administrators making $100,000-plus per year should get a free cell phone.
Gateway School District Superintendent Nina Zetty will receive a $53,045 bonus as part of her retirement agreement.
Dan Cohen of the Cohen Law Group told the board that the popularity of smartphones has led to “an increased demand for wireless broadband.”
The school board approved leasing the former Washington Elementary School to Imagine Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship.
Representatives of the Cleveland company say it may spend $10 million on the property and is likely to keep it as senior housing.
Bruce Kelley Sr. of Wilkinsburg arrested on bench warrant for violating condition of his bond that he stay off Port Authority land.
They are charged with endangering the welfare of children in connection with abuses at Bishop McCort High School.
The school and county health department link the recent cases of ”gastrointestinal distress” to La Prima Espresso in Wean Hall.
Nina Zetty, who has been on approved sick leave since March 14, will remain on leave until June 30, her retirement date.
The fire was in the 500 block of Regency Drive. Reports indicate that it began in a garage then spread to the home.
Wounds last a lifetime for victims of sexual abuse, priest says, but victims can still lead positive, productive lives.
Traffic on turnpike has backed up since 11:06, with one lane to reopen after noon
Penn Hills school board approved the 2016-2017 Forbes Road Career & Technology Center’s $6.3 million operating budget.
Police said the woman ran into a residence on Churchland Street after she was shot.
Willis Wheeler was indicted in 2012 after FBI wiretap investigation was triggered by a rash of armed robberies and two murders.
While attention has been focused on nests with live video feeds, dozens of eagles are calling the 10-county region home.
Bible Center Church teams with Pitt’s Building for Humanity to provide energy independent food source for Homewood.
Chad M. Gates dies after his Harley-Davidson strikes another car head-on on state route 982.
Speaking at Gateway High School, the senator from Texas reprised his talking points, touting himself as the best GOP option to beat Clinton.
An anti-violence march and rally bought to the surface both frustration and empowerment for Woodland Hills youth.
One person was shot this evening in Wilkinsburg, Allegheny County emergency officials said.
India Allen’s SUV struck a telephone pole along Frankstown Road on a curving section of roadway.
Police were called to Scott Haven Road about 8:10 a.m., a county dispatch supervisor said.
Chief Dean Bazzone said he does not put much stock in the anonymous calls and emails.
The school board, which had voted not to extend her contract, approved the resignation and a settlement agreement.
Council allocated $644,876 from the Department of Housing and Urban Development this year for projects in low- to moderate-income areas.
The Wilkinsburg Community Development Corporation wants to buy the vacant station and renovate it to serve a community purpose.
Federal indictment alleges that workers were asked to forfeit pay after the restaurant agreed with authorities to restore backpay.
Agreement reached after original ordinance was criticized for being overbroad and unconstitutional.
Township citizens still waiting for zoning decision.
The shooting victim was taken to Forbes Hospital in Monroeville, officials said. His condition was unknown.
Authorities have questioned at least four people in the March 9 slayings of five people and an unborn child during a cookout.
Students from Propel Braddock Hills Elementary who were said to be “out of hand” record officer giving expletive-laced verbal lashing.
Nina Zetty has been on paid leave since March. In February, the board voted 7-2 in favor of not extending her agreement past 2017.
“The 15104” is looking to keep John Fetterman competitive in Democratic race for U.S. Senate seat.
The trial of Allen Wade is slated to begin on May 2. It is expected to last three to four weeks.
Approved plan requires that the park remain the same size — 2.2 acres — and that new streets may not bisect it.
Eliazar Rivera, 27, is charged with kidnapping, endangering the welfare of children, fleeing and eluding police and other offenses.
Anna Russell, 19, and Enrique Soto, 25, were held for court today on charges of aggravated assault of a child under 13 and other offenses.
At issue was $500,000 in attorney’s fees in a settlement with UPMC.
An Irwin candle-maker and Pittsburgh Dad have collaborated on a nostalgic candle with distinctive aroma many Pittsburghers may recognize.
Joseph Ruggieri pleads guilty to having a sexual relationship with a then-17-year-old student.
The new law will require a property owner to file an application of Occupancy prior to every change of occupancy for each rental unit.
President Bob Perkins said this was the first time in his 17 years on the board that directors voted down a career center budget.
U.S. attorney’s office says Aaron Reed, 25, was part of a ring that shipped drugs from California to Western Pennsylvania.
Tarvus Gainer died the following morning at after being shot in the stomach on Montier Street in Wilkinsburg.