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Fewer tax collectors bring in more wage tax, but is it enough to lower tax rates?
Joseph Kocott Sr. and Joseph Kocott Jr. stole $580,000 from a Texas-based customer after failing to deliver promised electronics.
Johnathan Burrell, 33, drove into a crowd on Frankstown Avenue in Homewood early Feb. 21, 2010, killing one woman and injuring two others.
State police said the 61-year-old man may have suffered a heart attack or stroke just before the crash occurred in March on the turnpike.
Police say Paul Slimick went to East Patty Lane, looking for the man who was dating his ex-girfriend.
Bryan R. Polomoscanik, 40, of Greensburg admitted in federal court he illegally brought misbranded and unapproved drugs from Canada.
Fred Gunter plans to continue selling outdoor gear and equipment online, teach kayaking and rock climbing classes and lead adventure trips.
Ronald and William Kuchera provided jobs in a down-trodden community and contributed to charities, their attorneys say.
One person was fatally shot Saturday afternoon while hunting in Adams.
At 90, Frank Regina, a Pearl Harbor veteran, recounts the sinking of his ship on the date which will live in infamy.
Allegheny County police announced today a 10-month-long drug investigation during which arrest warrants were issued for street-level
Happenings in the East suburban area.
Joseph Barnett, 21, has connections to Atlanta rapper T.I. and to Pittsburgh's Mac Miller.
"Puppies are not stocking stuffers," say public service announcements from the American Kennel Club. "A dog is for life, not for Christmas.
The acclaimed chef and entrepreneur shifts gears in his plan for a serious restaurant in Braddock, with eyes now on a former car showroom.
Daniel T. Kiefer, director of preconstruction for Massaro CM Services, presented an update on the project plans to the school board Tuesday.
The department's animal care fund, which began in 2000 under now-retired police Chief Jack Cassidy, works with rescued animals.
Seismic testing records the bounce back of low frequency sonic waves to build a sonogram model of underground rock formations.
Thanks to the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, some young people are now able to play a form of hockey in their neighborhood.
Mary Phan-Gruber will do grant-making, education and outreach for the medical center.
This version of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" is billed as the wild adventures of a mouse, an elf and a spunky little girl.
The event at the Salem restaurant raised $12,000 last year for Excela Health Hospice.
Adolescents and teenagers have the highest rate of the disease, caused by inflammation of a membrane covering the brain and spinal cord.
Westmoreland Cultural Trust's 8th International Christmas for Children spotlights Italy,Greece, Ukraine and Germany.
One of the six people accused in the 2010 slaying of a mentally disabled woman in pleaded guilty to third degree murder
David McCormick, 43, of the North Shore, told investigators he was headed to an ex's house when his car crashed into Francis Cossick's.
Federal prosecutors say Stanley Saxton and Nicole Gordon of Verona received nearly $120,000 illegally, which they will have to pay back.
Braddock's Borough Council tonight unanimously passed an income-tax increase for both residents and nonresidents that officials
Donald Lyles, with addresses in Wilkinsburg and Penn Hills, was sentenced in 2002 to life in prison. Released in 2009, he was caught again.
Matthew Yost was not registered with the state attorney general's office, which has a registry of roughly 73,600 contractors.
Donnie Militzer was Gateway's coach for only one season and said he won't reapply.
An alternating one-way pattern will be in effect, with flag crews controlling traffic, PennDOT announced.
Two women are battling in court over control of the estate that belonged to the man they both called father.
The Wilkinsburg-Penn Joint Water Authority said the break near the intersection of Beulah and Lewin roads effected a "large number" of
In Braddock, USS's property assessment win could mean tax increases. Woodland Hills, Clairton and West Mifflin schools are affected, too.
Allegheny County police were searching for Clarence Moore, 22, of Braddock in connection with a shooting outside Bubba's Too Bar & Grille.
The former Poli restaurant site in Squirrel Hill will become a project of ACTION-Housing and Jewish Residential Services.
A 22-year-old man from Rankin was shot early this morning outside of a McKeesport bar.
Davaun Barnett, 41, was terminated at a Monday board meeting, Penn Hills School District spokeswoman Teresita Kolenchak said Wednesday.
Davaun Barnett, 41, was terminated at a Monday board meeting, Penn Hills School District spokeswoman Teresita Kolenchak said.
No injures were reported in the crash at 28 N. Joslyn Drive about 6:45 a.m.
Lynette McKinney could be completely removed Jan. 6, another chapter in a saga that began with accusations of violating residents' privacy.
The township has a new law on the books to regulate seismic testing. It has given permission for such tests on a parcel and at other sites.
The contribution kicks off a $750,000 capital campaign to to acquire the building and implement a long-range community-oriented plan.
Nature experts are recommending how to sustain the park as a mix of forest and open fields.
We asked some East residents to reflect on this year's joys and struggles and to share what they are most grateful for this holiday.
Those in search of one-of-a-kind holiday gifts should start their shopping at An American Marketplace The Shop at The Westmoreland.
Cook's Market was more than a soup and sandwich shop; it was a place where customers became part of owner Gary Baum's extended family.
Nearly 150 dancers will be on stage for the December shows, a quintessential family holiday event.
Thanksgiving is Thursday, and Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, begins at sunset tonight and ends the evening of Dec. 5.