Robert Farrow says he will leave the job on March 2, after working more than 40 years for the city.
The three-year agreement will bring the hourly pay rate of all the workers to $15 by the end of the contract.
Former Monroeville mortgage broker David C. Jackson, who went to prison in 2006 for a mortgage fraud scheme here, is headed back to the
Multiple agencies have a part in dealing with emerging violence in the ”most troubled areas” of the city.
Police were called to the 200 block of Merrimac Street in Mount Washington about 9 p.m. for a report of a man and woman who were arguing.
According to police, Janese Jackson Talton, sister of state Rep. Ed Gainey, was shot by a man after she rebuffed him in a bar.
Allen Wade could face the death penalty if convicted of killing Susan and Sarah Wolfe.
Anthony DeLuca Jr. passes a second exam, which will allow him to serve Penn Hills, Verona and Wilkins.
John Wetzel says spending the money preemptively on children can help give the children ”a fair shot.”
Business-oriented airline says the route will be one of five nonstop destinations to be launched from Pittsburgh International Airport.
New acquisition not well received by market analysts, who say the price paid versus other potential alternatives ”makes little sense.”
The event will be held at 6 p.m. tonight at East Liberty Presbyterian Church.
Today’s high for the Pittsburgh region will be 19 degrees with wind chills of minus-2 to minus-5.
Isaiah Hereford has asked for a hearing on evidence that he says clears him of involvement in the Crawford Village triple homicide.
Nine remaining residents at Penn Plaza’s 5704 building in East Liberty must be placed into housing by the end of the month, Kevin Acklin,
Jermaine Brandon Dehonney is held on charges for allegedly trying to have a woman killed while he was behind bars.
A car and tractor-trailer collided near Pittsburgh-Ross border, injuring the drivers of both vehicles.
Federal judge says Edgeworth man’s efforts to rip off a bank for $1.8 million and collect $458K kickback were no ordinary “mistake.”
The overnight lane restrictions will occur in both directions in the Squirrel Hill Tunnel, according to PennDOT.
.The district magistrate’s office within the former Wallace School building in Baldwin Borough has until June 30 to vacate the site.
The Penguins’ new goal song, Andrew W.K.’s “Party Hard,” resulted from the determined social media campaign of a Brooklyn-based fan.
Jilted in November by an Irish drug maker, Mylan finds a partner in Sweden.
Brandone Johnson, 20, of Carrick, faces charges of homicide, robbery and conspiracy.
Tia Matthews of Wilkinsburg faces charges of making terroristic threats and retaliation against a witness or victim.
Lucas Guggenheimer held for trial stemming from slaying in Arlington that followed an earlier shooting and robbery attempt.
Pittsburgh police say Deshawn Hall shot Dersean Alberty-Brown, 22, of Sharpsville, Mercer County, on Aug. 19 during a robbery attempt.
The suit was filed last year by HEARTH, a nonprofit that specializes in housing for homeless victims of domestic abuse.
Judge must decide whether Desmon Wilson voluntarily spoke to the police about a 2014 homicide.
The state House authorized a resolution to move forward with an attempt to impeach Kathleen Kane.
Attorney: Police chief’s ruling was the first of a possible three steps in the disciplinary grievance procedure for Sgt. Stephen Matakovich.
Officials stand by their decision that kept the turnpike open, during the snowstorm that left 500 vehicles stranded for up to 24 hours.
Concerns range from the lack of active shooter training, the anonymous tip line number and the delay in hiring a safety coordinator.
The National Weather Service advisory is in effect from 10 a.m. today until 7 a.m. Thursday for Pittsburgh.
U.S. attorney’s office says it will charge Justin Robinson following Tuesday’s grand jury indictment of distributing fentanyl-laced heroin.
Authorities say the woman escaped custody while her male accomplice pepper-sprayed and bit store employees at the Westmoreland Mall.
Pittsburgh police said the woman entered the Sunoco in the 1700 block of Banksville Road.
Jeanne Laskas’ talk will take place at 7 p.m. at Peters Township Middle School auditorium, 625 E. McMurray Road.
As spring approaches, state health workers are exploring how to handle any potential hazards when mosquito season stirs.
Wendell Hissrich, a former city paramedic, is tasked with overseeing emergency management, police and fire bureaus, and other services.
Commissioners approved the first reading of a bill requiring pedestrians to cross the street at marked crosswalks or face fines up to $300.
A 17-year-old will be charged as a juvenile stemming from his attack on student at Penn Hills High School.
Family, friends remember Bruce Kelley Jr., the man killed by Port Authority police after the stabbing of police dog in Wilkinsburg.
Pittsburgh’s National Aviary receives a baby two-toed sloth, which will be used to promote rainforest conservation.
The governor’s new budget proposal would raise the personal income tax and assumes the Legislature will agree to more spending increases.
Hanya Yanagihara’s novel ”A Little Life” was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2015.
Scaife’s will assigned control of two trust funds and ample art and property, totaling nearly $760 million, to many foundations and museums.
The proposal would bring eight planes to replace C-130 planes used now and an additional 400 full-time personnel to the Moon site.
A Hill District man who fled from officers in November was held on most of the more than 50 counts against him.
Controller’s office says audit revealed the county was not collecting fees for certain events and costs were being picked up by taxpayers.
A hearing officer must decide whether surveillance video showing a former officer assaulting a suspect should be a public record.