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Pittsburgh releases partial consulting proposal from Milwaukee police employees.
The Goodfellows campaign raises money to provide gifts for under-privileged children through Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army.
While no injuries have been sustained, the shooting remains under investigation.
Owner Forest City Enterprises is proposing to redevelop the east side of the complex, with 300 units of apartments in the first phase.
Twelve-hour days come to an end after Light Up Night and the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo.
Quincy Swatson looks to expand his high school aquaponics program from Perry Traditional Academy to other Pittsburgh high schools.
A bridge replacement project that has closed a section of Glass Run Road in Baldwin Borough has been extended until Dec. 15.
Donald Brucker of Plum became a handler in 1998 and cared for the dog from 2003 to 2013,
Pets can get into trouble while their owners are distracted by Thanksgiving cooking tasks and visitors.
In a land of plenty, about 1 in 7 households did not have enough to eat at some point during 2013.
At Pittsburgh International, six arriving flights and 12 departures had been canceled, and four arrivals and 17 departures delayed.
Police aren't sure why the driver, a man in his 80s, drove up on the sidewalk where the woman was standing outside the Rite Aid Pharmacy.
After a day of weather-related travel delays, things were back to normal this morning.
AAA says 46.3 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more this holiday; a storm warning has been issued for central and southeast Pa.
District spokeswoman Ebony Pugh said the guns were discharged inside a classroom.
Police said Jeffrey Paul Cochran was given a $500-a-night room and left out the hotel’s back door when hotel officials tried to call him.
Robert Butelli, who stepped down this week, says council president and mayor sought special treatment from borough police.
Four people were in the house at the time of the fire, including three on the second floor. They all got out safely, officials said.
Campaign goals are revised downward due to fewer days of giving between Black Friday and Christmas Eve.
UPMC and Highmark officials still disagree about which UPMC physicians will be in Highmark’s network next year.
His Monday night performance of "Uptown Funk" scored well on iTunes and viewers' scorecards.
The need for food is greater during the holidays, in part because people must spend more on heating bills.
They served food to the homeless at New Hope Church on the North Side recently.
Local charities once again offer holiday cards designed by local artists, children or beneficiaries in foreign countries.
Social worker Elizabeth Babcock says it’s not unusual for people struggling with recent losses to not be in the mood to celebrate.
Tenants are expected to remain in the office building at least through the remainder of their leases.
All city of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, state and federal offices and courts will be closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Residents along Parkedge and Pennfield roads and East Manilla Avenue will enjoy noise abatement from traffic traveling along Parkway West.
More than two centuries after President George Washington declared a day of public Thanksgiving, area residents are grateful for family and
Many are grateful for family, friends and health.
The North Hills School District’s parent groups funded the unit.
Mother says she would have delayed son’s surgery if she had known the sophomore would be able to access classes due to accessibility issues.
The benefit will feature the Steel City Harmonizers and Penn Hills High School Cantabile Choir at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 at St. Irenaeus Church.
The board has named Avella Area superintendent Janell Logue-Belden, 46, of South Fayette to the post.
Cory Hughes, executive chef at Six Penn Kitchen, prepared pierogies and turkey for students.
Deer aren’t susceptible to Lyme disease, but they do provide ticks with a place to mate.
Nearly one-half ton of items donated through Eagle Scout project.
Sylvia Hill Fields of Monroeville has been honored as one of the 2014 Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania.
A $20,000 grant from the Garble and Benedum foundations has helped the school fund a wind turbine, sustainable garden and outdoor classroom.
More than one million lights shine on Christmas celebration.
Quick-thinking personnel at Cornell Junior-Senior High School helped to save the life of 16-year-old Duncan Lin.
Scouts and volunteers also planted flowers in the garden next to Franklin Primary Center.
A meeting will be held by the Castle Shannon Revitalization Corp. at 7 p.m. Monday at the Ice Castle, 990 Castle Shannon Blvd.
Enrollment in the district also dropped by about 35 students this school year.
The nonprofit is offering ongoing training programs on Saturday mornings.
Annual review of test scores and school performance profiles presents positive picture of district.
Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church is delivering supplies to Haitians served by the LaCroix mission, 80 miles north of Port-au-Prince.
The rankings had the district ninth in the nation, third in Pennsylvania and first in the Pittsburgh area.
High school senior Abby Ifft will be in New York as part of a national cheerleading squad displaying the Spirit of America.
The action was taken to reduce blight and increase the effectiveness of code enforcement.