A complaint alleges that Judge Andrew M. Hladio exhibited improper conduct, improper demeanor and a “failure to uphold and apply the law.”
The giant Arkansas retailer’s decision not to go ahead with the Blazier Drive store comes after Giant Eagle acquires land Walmart eyed.
A jury deliberated about an hour before convicted George Orbin, 61, of producing and possessing child pornography.
An Uber driver has been charged for an incident last month in which a woman claimed he made sexual advances toward her.
The process took 45 minutes with 16 political observers and county officials watching.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. in the 400 block of East Slippery Rock Road.
Franklin Park Borough Police today are requesting the public's help in connection with a road-rage incident from Friday.
Police are asking the public's help in solving an armed robbery.
Going into fourth year, future of marketplace plans uncertain.
The crash occurred in the 2200 block of Powell Road at 2:02 a.m.
A resurgence in spinning — twisting fibers together to make yarn — keeps members of the Loyalhannon Spinners productive as well as relaxed.
The school district in September said students must use the bathroom associated with their biological gender. Three transgender students
The high occupancy vehicle lanes of southbound Interstate 279 will be closed at 9:30 a.m. today.
KDKA-TV is reporting that a tractor trailer crashed into several vehicles before plunging over an embankment.
Jacquelyn Nuccetelli will be sentenced to 12 ½ to 30 years in prison in March, and the DA’s office says the investigation remains open.
Ricky Lee Olds’ attorneys are asking the judge who resentenced him in a homicide and robbery to reconsider his sentence of 20 years to life.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein filed a Commonwealth Court petition on behalf of more than 100 voters.
State police said a 32-year-old woman was stabbed at Ambrosia and Baird roads in Mahoning, Lawrence County shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday.
A total of 15 cars were broken into in late November, according to police.
Ten fire companies, the Allegheny County fire marshal and Hazmat units are on the scene of a two-alarm fire in Harmar tonight.
The Block Northway could provide five times the tax revenue to Ross and the North Hills School District that the taxing bodies now receive.
The district plans $9.3 million in renovations and improvements next school year, most of which has been funded.
“In a Manger Lowly,” though recorded during the summer, has spread as a popular Christmas carol because of the nuns.
County police are on the scene of a crash involving multiple vehicles with at least two people injured on Route 28 south in Fawn.
Police said the woman got in the front seat and midway through the ride, the driver stopped the vehicle and began making the sexual
It was reported at 6:24 a.m. at the Serenity Farm on Serenity Hill Road, according to authorities.
Mark Leroy, 54, of Beacon Avenue in Renfrew, was charged with with sexually assaulting four minors at his home and on trips out of state.
The judge who resentenced Ricky Lee Olds today vacated his order granting the man bond pending appeal.
Ricky Lee Olds was just 14 when convicted of second-degree murder in 1980 and ordered to serve life without parole. He was resentenced
Crashes were reported on the northbound lanes of I-79 near Cranberry and in the north and southbound lanes of I-279.
One firefighter injured battling the blaze Saturday evening in the 200 block of Berringer Place.
A graphic illustrating step-by-step one of the more unusual rescue operations in recent memory.
Parents at 11 schools in the North Hills are waiting to learn whether the diocese will move away from the traditional K-8 school model.
Glade Run Lutheran Services in Zelienople had been operating on a provisional license from the state because of past problems.
Police said the 32-year-old man has access to a large amount of weapons in the house, according to Post-Gazette news partner KDKA-TV.
Amy Roy, Jeanette Valentine and Dani Jo McLane expect to help over 300 people this holiday season with Neighbors for Neighbors.
The school board hired Erin Mazer at Monday’s meeting. She will be paid $95,000 per year.
Both buildings are within the North Hill historic district and a downtown overlay district protected by historic preservation standards.
A contractor will demolish the transit center on Lysle Boulevard and increase parking until a new facility can be built.
Northland’s $2.8 million budget is 3.25 percent higher than the 2016 budget because of lower funding from the Regional Asset District.
North Hills Community Outreach, well aware of those in need in its communities, offers the “Thanksgiving on Every Table” program to help.
The accident happened in the 2700 block of Warrendale-Bayne Road shortly after 7 a.m.
A spokeswoman said the O’Hara company had abandoned plans for an IPO in favor of a sale.
Attorneys representing Pine-Richland School District ask a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit regarding the district's restroom policy.
First-responders were called to a home on Wible Run Road about 7:40 a.m.
Opponents of the 6-year-old Affordable Care Act cite high costs as the reason it must be either abolished or completely reworked.
The crash occurred shortly before 2 p.m. in the westbound section of the Turnpike that runs through Cranberry.
Pennsylvania Turnpike officials’ open house at Marshall Middle School will display plans for widening the turnpike from four lanes to six.
The course for school resource officers covered such topics as understanding the teen brain and working with special needs students.
The Cranberry couple outlined six points against forming the club, saying that it shows a “lack of principles and standards.”