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The cameras, installed to help police solve crimes, are down because the Ravenstahl administration never signed a new maintenance contract.
Only four games will be played tonight while eight contests have been postponed until Thursday.
Jordan Brown, 16, is in juvenile detention after being found responsible in the deaths of 26-year-old Kenzie Houk and her unborn son.
Clairton police said a man was struck about 9:15 a.m. in the 500 block of St. Clair Avenue.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. said the city needs to be careful about releasing details before arrests are made.
Controller Chelsa Wagner said her office has instructed more than 1,000 vendors how to submit bills and purchase orders electronically.
Center Wallace and long-snapper Warren are two more of the Steelers players who have returned.
Jared Brown Garnham stole a car owned by his former girlfriend; her 8-month-old daughter, Bailey, was strapped into a car seat in the back.
The ride has ended its run and will be revamped for 2015 with the new theme of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale will audit the way the state Department of Health oversees research grants.
On the second day of the trial in a case against three Pittsburgh police officers, a police procedures expert took the witness stand.
The tunnel was closed for a time around 10 a.m. and again around 10:15 as the control signals went red.
Dottie Sandusky said Wednesday on NBC's "Today" show that she would have heard abuse had it occurred in their house.
Vernon Gibson, 38, of Mount Washington, was charged via summons with two counts of driving under the influence.
The incident around 9 a.m. blocked the busway near the Roslyn Street station in Swissvale, causing detours and delays.
Medics were evaluating one person, who was removed from the burning building at 444 Hoodridge Road,
Eric Shane Mahan, 38, of West Finley, lost control of his Mercury sedan heading eastbound, crossed the center line and hit a tree.
A day after the temperature soared to 67 degrees, winter weather and wind chill advisories are in effect and will continue into Thursday.
University officials have said that a single-sex college is no longer a viable model given financial and enrollment concerns.
The plan is running into opposition from residents concerned about noise and smells, or those unwilling to move to make way for the
Extreme pogo jumpers will come to the city for the EQT Three Rivers Regatta.
She doesn't know where antique brooch came from, but it sure feels worth holding onto.
A jury deliberated less than two hours on Tuesday before finding a McKeesport man guilty of first-degree murder.
Findlay will hold a public hearing for more discussion on the energy company’s plans to drill near Pittsburgh International Airport.
A jury has found a Fayette County man guilty in the beating death of his girlfriend’s young son.
About 40 people picketed outside the board's meeting room at Mars Area Primary Center.
The Colonials’ season is not over; they qualified for the National Invitation Tournament by winning the conference’s regular season title.
The VA knew early on that employee errors led to a Legionnaires' outbreak.
An ammunition magazine was an issue on the first day of the second Jordan Miles trial.
After eating bread with poppy seeds, Rachael Devore tested positive for opiates and claims the hospital invaded her privacy
Nate Harper pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit theft from a federally funded program and four counts of failure to file tax returns.
A paving project in North Fayette at the Oakdale interchange of Route 22/30 will cause detours starting April 1.
According to emergency dispatchers, the single-seat Avid Bandit crashed at the end of runway about 2:10 p.m.
Winter is nearly over, but salt is no longer in short supply in Shaler, said manager Tim Rogers at the commissioners meeting tonight.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in the case of a Jordan Brown.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the Pittsburgh area, with snow expected to begin Wednesday afternoon.
In a departure from their norm, the Steelers lock up a replacement for Ryan Clark by giving Mike Mitchell a five-year deal.
Corizon said that Sister Barbara lost her job because Allegheny County revoked her security clearance. It has since been reinstated.
The popular Pittsburgh attraction that drew a million visitors to Point State Park last fall will help open the Chrysler Museum of Art.
David Miklos, 53, of Marshall-Shadeland, is charged with killing and robbing Richard Didonato, 66, the night of Feb. 10.
Point Park University estimated 1,800 employees were affected by a missing portion of a shipment, which included personal information.
William "Wild Bill" Guarnere was a south Philadelphia native who lived there until he died Saturday at the age of 90.
Father Payer is accused of stealing from Seven Dolors Catholic Parish in South Huntingdon, where he took over as pastor in October 2008.
The bill will make the data available on a yet-to-be-developed city website for the public and for the tech community.
Charles McCullough is accused of taking money from an elderly widow when he served as her power of attorney more than seven years ago.
Police dog Rocco died after he was stabbed Jan. 28 while trying to apprehend a fugitive.
Today is her last city council meeting; tomorrow will mark her last standing committee meeting.
No one was hurt when a man came into the store at 3845 Northern Pike around 9:30 a.m. with a handgun, police said.
The Ontario-based Hazmasters Inc., a safety products company, has 14 branches in Canada and generates $80 million in revenue per year.
Stephanie Ross of Pittsburgh was found unresponsive Monday by housemates at the Phi Mu sorority house.