Judge Ward was charged with DUI after police stopped her for erratic driving on Route 28 in O'Hara.
The accident occurred along the northbound lanes at the Rochester Road overpass around 12:30 a.m., authorities said.
The district’s “First Alumni” were recognized on North Allegheny’s new jumbo screen during the half-time show.
After more than a year and over $250,000, the Wexford station becomes part of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in Washington County.
St. Barnabas Health System offers training for those who give of their time to help patients facing death.
State police went to a home to serve a warrant and discovered the bomb.
Police say a vehicle was fired upon by another vehicle in Brighton Heights before it crashes in Marshall-Shadeland.
Christina Korbe signed a plea deal for fatally shooting Agent Sam Hicks that specifically precluded her from challenging her sentence.
Drug “mules” or couriers sometimes hide drugs in their body cavities or swallow drugs in balloons, which can be retrieved later.
The deal, which will take effect in July 2017, includes average total raises of 3.1 percent during the contract.
James Paz, 55, of Brackenridge was involved in a crash along Freeport Road near Mile Lock Lane, authorities said.
The Vinski Brothers shop is among a small group of businesses in the former mill town that have kept the doors open for decades.
The disease affects one in five adults and can be directly tied to weight gain.
The Virginia transplant was also wanted in Butler on robbery charges.
The skunk was struck Wednesday on High Street, and officials urged residents to use caution when they come across wild animals.
“Out-of-the-Park” Playground at the Miracle League field in Cranberry’s Graham Park will draw kids, both special needs and able-bodied.
St. Mary of the Assumption School will hold a gala Oct. 1 to mark its 170th anniversary and the 50th year of its athletic association.
Businesses expected at the site include Saks Off Fifth, DSW Shoe Warehouse, J. Crew, Piada Italian Street Food, Jason’s Deli and CycleBar.
The robbery happened at Lillen’s Restaurant on East Ohio Street.
The medical examiner’s office said Frank Napoleon, 65, died at UPMC Presbyterian after the vehicle he was in crashed about 2:45 p.m.
Several Pittsburgh Public Schools were on lockdown after one car crashes on the North Shore and another leads police chase into Overbrook.
The 38-year-old man suffered because jail staff and contractors didn’t treat his injury, says his daughter.
The school board voted Monday by the slimmest of margins on a resolution that matches bathrooms to biology.
It was a successful first year for the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex, but executive director Matt Herr would like to do more.
Proposed housing development adjacent to Aspinwall Riverfront Park has stirred the ire of some residents
Visionary behind Aspinwall Riverfront Park under fire for buying adjacent land and proposing a development.
The district is looking at a spike in it’s bond payments in 2019 and refinancing these bonds will alleviate that spike.
The district’s in-house custodians do much more than keep the schools clean, teachers and parents say.
LRC Realty met Thursday with approximately 50 Ross residents, sharing tentative plans for a mix of retail and residential for the site.
Federal lawyers say Christina Korbe, who killed an FBI agent in 2008, is bound by the terms of a plea deal, not a Supreme Court decision.
A citizens group in McCandless challenged the construction of the superstore and raised concerns about parking and location.
The school board voted 5-4 to approve a resolution that requires transgender students to use bathrooms that match their biological gender.
Authorities said Shevy Lynn McGiffin apparently was swept away by the fast-moving waters of a creek and drowned.
State police found 13-year-old Shevy Lynn McGiffin near the Clarion River at about 3:50 p.m. Sunday by volunteer firefighters.
Allegheny County Department of Human Services Office of Children, Youth and Families is encouraging people to consider casework as a career.
Allegheny General Hospital donated the drug kits, which are used to reverse opioid overdoses.
The district has a new bus contractor and a new student information system plus a longtime transportation employee has retired.
Training on how to use the life-saving allergy treatment often is provided for bus drivers, teachers, coaches and other students.
Joy Hale, 57, of Freeport, told authorities she needed the money to help with her son's medical needs.
Due to ongoing construction at Alphabet City on North Avenue, the organization will hold events at a tent on Sampsonia Way.
Holy Family Academy is using hands-on education in a spiritual setting to nurture and inspire students in grades 9 through 11.
The money is being used to offer free shuttles to health care facilities and other places in a number of locations.
The event at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in McCandless is expected to attract up to 30,000 people.
Turning an unused courtyard at North Allegheny Intermediate High School into a digital media center is estimated to cost $3.1 million.
Daniel Kundrat, 33, who was arrested today on charges of statutory sexual assault and other offenses, faces trial on child porn charges.
Thomas Markel, 30, said he was kidnapped and beaten after leaving a bar in July.
Jordan Brown, now 18, was accused of killing Kenzie Marie Houk, 26, with a shotgun on Feb. 20, 2009. She was nine months pregnant.
The corrections facility is distributing bottled water to employees and inmates to avoid illness from the bacteria.
Police said the Glade Run Lutheran Services worker injected heroin and passed out in a bathroom when he should have been watching children.
Niko Dixon, 16, charged in non-fatal shooting of two other teens Monday night in Perry South.
Nickolas William Pardee, of Oil City, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, authorities said.