Officials say the capsule was placed inside the City-County Building when it was constructed. But no one can figure out exactly where it is.
During a Pittsburgh stop, Sen. Pat Toomey touted his bid to restore the “1033 program” to allows local police to obtain military equipment.
The husband of a woman killed in a fire nearly two years ago in Wilkinsburg filed a lawsuit Monday alleging negligence and wrongful death.
As the savage season finale reminds us, heroism and hope can assert itself when least expected — even in real life.
Some families concerned about the Zika virus are looking to commercial sprays to treat their property.
Harold Cabbagestalk, 40, died hours after being shot nine times at Flamingo Bar. Police charged Jay Lamar Morrison.
Bishop Gregory of Nyssa was among delegates at most broad-based Orthodox gathering in a millennium
Port Authority is looking at its 7,020 bus stops to see if some can be combined over the next seven years to increase efficiency.
The first-ever event will be run on a fenced off course, which will be held on runways and taxiways.
Trump will speak Tuesday afternoon at Alumisource, a Monessen producer of raw material for the aluminum and steel industry.
The district attorney’s office is seeking increased safety for the preliminary hearing of Cheron Shelton and Robert Thomas.
Police plan to arrest former Steeler and artist Baron Batch, who they hold responsible for graffiti at Heritage Trail and Hot Metal Bridge.
Pittsburgh Public Schools board president Regina Holley says the review should be completed by 6 p.m. meeting on Wednesday.
Reality-TV star Abby Lee Miller, who was trying to hide her assets from bankruptcy proceedings, will be sentenced in October.
The increase brings the millage rate in the district to 113.4 mills.
Douglas Hines was taken into custody without incident and taken to the Allegheny County Jail, where he was being held without bond.
An arrest warrant has been obtained for Thomas J. Brown, 34, who most recently resided in Brentwood.
The tax increase will generate $3.2 million in new revenue.
The study found that many who received narcotics during a first time hospital visit, received a second prescription within seven days.
Pittsburgh Police say Dillan Clarke punched and kicked a woman, and kicked her 4-year-old son.
The bill would keep companies from paying leaseholders less than a 12.5 percent royalty for natural gas.
Police are investigating the homicide of man found dead in a car Sunday night.
“We’re involving them in decisions,” Cynthia Hundorfean said in her first public comments since taking over at Allegheny Health Network.
Justin Antoniotti, who has been at WTAE since 2012, has been promoted by Hearst to head stations in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and Burlington, Vt.
The accident was reported around 7:15 a.m. near Ridge Road, and Route 51 was shut down for some time between Peters Creek Road and Ridge.
Single-lane restrictions will continue in both directions in the Liberty Tunnel for maintenance work through 5 a.m. Friday morning.
A man told police that the suspect pulled out a BB gun and shot him multiple times before running away.
A study conducted on a municipal ID for Pittsburgh indicates that marginalized groups would benefit from the identification card.
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams — men whose intense friendship seems more remarkable and reassuring than ever before in this bizarre year.
Signage offers a self-guided tour of churches in one of Pittsburgh’s most historic and scenic neighborhoods.
As people question Anthony Hamlet’s “educational philosophy,” academics question the severity of his alleged misstep.
In-house labor cost the city nothing extra, the mayor’s administration said, but an audit by the controller put a $239,679 price tag on it.
The First Tee of Pittsburgh’s youth program has introduced golf to hundreds of young people across the region.
The longtime KDKA-AM broadcaster died at age 92 in December.
Support for Pittsburgh venues that bear August Wilson's name have resonance to words the playwright spoke 20 years ago about arts funding.
Ceramic artist Christian Morris making a conversational map of the Strip District for exhibit at Society for Contemporary Craft.
The sanitation authority’s Summer Science camps prepare the next generation for the challenges of a changing environment.
With a proposal in zoning review, Atlas Development sets out to make the South Hills neighborhood a destination.
The sixth annual Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival featured 13 artists, some local to Pittsburgh and some international performers.
State police say the car plummeted 150 feet when it struck trees and landed upside down in Franklin Township.
Medical examiner’s office says Brandon Turowski died following an incident on View Street.
Magee-Womens Hospital went on lockdown Saturday after Alex Lee Randolph, 24, was seen placing air gun in the bushes outside.
Police found the man shot in a residence in the 200 block of Walter Street.
Catherine Grier, 19, is charged with homicide, tampering with evidence and abuse of a corpse in the death of her mother, Brenda Johnson.
The room at the Western PA Humane Society will provide better conditions for the 300 rabbits that come to the shelter annually.
A major assessment involving hundreds of excavations is likely to unearth long-abandoned pipeline practices.
A new consortium will preserve and share the history of disability rights in Western Pennsylvania.
For adoptees who have exhausted traditional searching methods, DNA testing has been a breakthrough.
The tiny borough of Confluence has seen a burst of tourism from the Great Allegheny Passage but some worry about future economic prospects.