The developer Trammell Crow Co. secured $3 million in state funding for the 316-unit complex on the eastern part of the South Side location.
It’s not nearly as simple as CRISPR, but it’s less likely to miss its target and could be safer for gene therapy in human patients.
A spokeswoman for the city said officials are “absolutely open to working with the CPRB to establish clarity.”
The Vermont senator is plotting legislation on proposals that drove his surprisingly strong presidential run.
Experts say that ending the commissions will discourage sales of the government’s online marketplace plans.
Forced From Home opens today at Schenley Plaza in Oakland and runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Monday. The exhibition is free.
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"We've got two smart, tough women ... at the top of the ticket here in Pennsylvania," Sen. Warren said of Katie McGinty and Hillary Clinton.
Just before midnight Wednesday, the Republican-controlled Legislature raced to push through key legislation before the end of its session.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Wolf will receive bills on prescription limits, and bettering education for doctors and patients
The man drove himself to Allegheny General Hospital where he arrived shortly before 6 p.m. and was in stable condition.
Allegheny County police said three men knocked on the door of the house and rushed inside after it was opened by one of the residents.
Cedric March Jones Jr. was charged by Allegheny County police today with rape involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and other offenses.
Christopher Welshans, 39, claimed that government agents put child pornography on his computer as retribution for his anti-government views.
Steven Cansler, 16, of East Liberty was charged with homicide and other offenses in the death of Daija McCall.
Grant will help the study of non-invasive ways to distinguish between aneurysms that can be monitored and those that are potentially lethal.
Jamie Parker will be sentenced Jan. 23 for her role in connection with the 2014 slaying of Leonard Butler by Derek Lee and Paul Durham.
Veteran defense attorney Stan Levenson fell asleep several times during the trial for James Nassida and his sister, who were both convicted.
The bill, which would allow the state to revoke vehicle registration for those who don’t pay turnpike tolls, now goes to Gov. Tom Wolf.
Costumed window washers bring some joy to the Lawrenceville hospital.
The attorney for Patrick Gorman, 80, said his client suffered a stroke at the Allegheny County Jail and has signs of dementia.
Rising demand and falling production in the U.S. are good omens for the Texas-based oil and gas firm, leaders say.
Henry Sciortino led the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority since 2004. The ICA board agreed not to renew his month-to-month contract.
There will also be single-lane restrictions on West Carson Street between the Corliss Tunnel and the West End Bridge, through Nov. 10.
Ms. Warren will appear at the University of Pittsburgh for a 1 p.m. rally in the Connolly Ballroom at Alumni Hall. Doors open at noon.
William P. Mullen said he’s hoping to reduce some of the overtime in his office.
The instructions reiterate the Roman Catholic Church’s preference for burial over cremation.
A theater, bowling alley and amusement arcade could be in the works for the Downtown landmark.
An earlier proposal would have let the council president alone determine whether to impose such sanctions, including fines up to $500.
The “United for Seniors” effort in Allegheny County adds emphasis on assistance for caregivers of elderly parents.
Milton Washington was the owner of Allegheny Rehabilitation Housing Corp. which provided housing for low income people in the region.
Under the proposal, all 12 gambling venues would pay 4 percent of gross terminal slot machine revenue to compensate host municipalities.
Two men approached Elliott Blackwell on Oct. 18 and opened fire on him. He shot back and was charged with a crime.
A June U.S. Supreme Court decision requires police officers to get search warrants to draw blood in suspected DUI cases if drivers refuse.
The vice president fired several salvos at the GOP nominee while offering an optimistic vision of the U.S. under the ex-secretary of state.
Enrique Soto, 25, and Anna Russell, 20, will be sentenced by Common Pleas Judge David R. Cashman on Jan. 19.
Beaver County authorities said Donald T. Teaford, 36, was charged with abuse of a corpse.
The board voted 4-4 during a meeting Tuesday night on the appointment of Scott Coulson, failing to reach the required majority.
Representative Anthony Deluca announced that the state will reimburse the district for costs related to the construction of new buildings.
Police say the shooting was reported after a fight in an apartment just before 10 a.m.
Some $10 billion in aid to states would come with strings, which might force Pennsylvania to change its rules.
PennDOT has announced lane restrictions approaching the Fort Pitt Tunnel Wednesday night from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday.
The plastics maker that was spun out of Bayer reported strong demand for its materials used in automobiles, electronics and other products.
Pittsburgh’s mayor and Allegheny County’s executive will meet with PSO management and musicians this week.
The local unemployment rate for formerly incarcerated people is about 53 percent, said Laura Ellsworth, who helps lead a local board.
A proposal circulated last week could subject council members to fines for disclosing key material from executive sessions.
The U.S. Attorney's office has reached an agreement with Ron Whethers, who ran one of the biggest cocaine networks on the East Coast.
Educator, school director, Wilkinsburg official, model and beauty contestant.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. will campaign for Hillary Clinton and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Katie McGinty Wednesday.
A tearful Kathleen Kane — convicted on perjury, obstruction and other charges — pleaded for leniency during her sentencing hearing.