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Less than an inch of snow is forecast through the morning, according to the National Weather Service.
The Sports & Exhibition Authority has received five responses from firms that want to pursue a mega-hotel or some other type of project.
Teams from North Allegheny Senior High School and Marshall Middle School will travel to Washington D.C. at the end of April.
Prosecutors say Jordan Brown fatally shot his father’s pregnant fiancee when he was 11 years old.
The office will review training and ethical standards and catch shortfalls “before they become crisis problems,” Chief Cameron McLay said.
Additional parking is available at the First Avenue Garage and Second Avenue Plaza, the Pittsburgh Parking Authority said.
The weekend and early next week reflect the best conditions for warming without flooding.
The operator agreed to close the club after meeting with Pittsburgh police, the District Attorney's office and Liquor Control Enforcement.
Mrs. Ditka was born in Carnegie and moved to Aliquippa with her husband Mike in the early 1940s.
The loose barges were first reported to Allegheny County emergency officials shortly before 6 p.m.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal brought passionate responses from politicians, the business sector and advocacy groups Tuesday.
Andre Ruffin went on trial Monday in U.S. District Court on charges of possession of a gun and ammunition as a convicted felon.
Mr. Okobi filed a claim in 2009 alleging he should be compensated after sustaining a herniated disc in summer 2006.
Michael DeKort, 50, of Hampton has designed Jumbawumba, which piggybacks off of Google’s search prowess, but aims to add convenience and
The death of John Scaine, 23, of Braddock, was ruled a homicide, a medical examiner's office supervisor said.
Teresa Gatto, 45, was the financial manager for the West Perry Girl Scouts.
Local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants will donate today’s sales toward adding a K-9 officer memorial on the North Shore.
Aliquippa police Capt. Douglas Edgell said the aggressor is being charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment.
Revenue-per-lawyer was also up slightly year-over-year, from $691,000 to $703,000.
John Frazier, 22, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of criminal solicitation to commit homicide of an unborn child.
John Frazier, 22, is scheduled to appear in court March 10, according to online court records.
Crews will relocate pavement striping and move construction barriers, creating a new traffic pattern.
The clothing was collected through PittServes and will be given to charities including an on-campus shop, Thriftsburgh, opening next month.
A federal grand jury said Christopher Wallace, 28, robbed First Commonwealth Bank on Butler Street in Lawrenceville.
The afternoon flight will connect with other Spirit flights to Denver, Dallas, Minneapolis and Houston.
Seven small filters that absorb pollution were installed on residents’ property near the Shenango coke works on Neville Island
Swissvale council on Wednesday voted to select Michael Alder to fill a council seat vacated by Sharon Kuhn-Hanchett, who resigned last
Charles Ninness, 59, of Pittsburgh, also faces fines totaling $4,000.
Jerrell Whitlock, Dquay Means and Michael Paranay were found not guilty of aggravated assault and attempted homicide in an April jury trial.
The case was one of four illegal gun prosecutions announced yesterday by the U.S. attorney's office in Wheeling.
Officers found Marius Chatman, 24, around 4 a.m. Wednesday near the Seventh Ward Playground on Donnan Avenue.
Adolph Brown of Akron appeared briefly yesterday in U.S. District Court on charges of possession with intent to distribute 27 ounces
They are concerned about a GOP-Obama rift on the Israeli prime minister’s speech to Congress today.
About 250 people attended the panel discussion on the topic of “A Half Century of Struggle and Success: A Civil Rights Retrospective.”
Michael Mackowick, 21, "had a party on the premise that spawned underage drinking, excessive noise, tumultuous behavior and fighting."
Developer Clayco Realty Group plans to begin construction by fall so the five-story, 285,000-square-foot building is ready by fall 2017.
Jeffrey Naftal's resignation was effective Feb. 26, according to a two-paragraph letter to council members.
Young Americans for Liberty at Carlow University encouraged students to write on two outdoor poster-boards, part of a national project.
The website reviews cities such as Pittsburgh for walking conditions, cultural assets, transportation, planning and sustainable design.
Relationships between the police and African-American communities need to go beyond conversations and marches.
Joseph Nocito Jr., 44, of Sewickley, was charged last week in U.S. District Court with bank fraud conspiracy and filing a false tax return.
“They’re the future of the organization,” public safety director Stephen Bucar said of the three.
Police in Sharon say federal marshals arrested 31-year-old Michael Bagnall in Pittsburgh on Monday night.
U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon jailed Akhil Mishra, 70, for selling unlicensed merchandise and heroin stamp bags while awaiting trial.
Common Pleas Senior Judge Judith Friedman’s one-sentence order means the city’s law remains in force, at least for now.
The Fairview crash late Friday killed Briggs Buck, 16, of Chicora.
Uniontown police said nobody else was hurt in the crash at Suzzie Jo’s Beauty Salon.
The Findlay company posted a profit of $155.5 million, or $1.30 per share, during the three months that ended Jan. 31.
Police spokeswoman Sonya Toler said Dustin Moffat was taken into custody without incident at his home around 5:45 this morning.
A winter weather advisory and flood watch were in effect for the region.