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Nancy List, 26, and her husband, Michael, were in a small boat that overturned, police said.
The Cranberry safety products company reports first-quarter sales were sharply lower than had been estimated.
The site in Armstrong County contained more uranium and plutonium than was known, prompting a halt in the cleanup operation in May 2012.
Allegheny County residents dominated another meeting of county council as many spoke for and against a plan to drill for gas at the park.
The EEOC says Ezeflow USA failed to grant a veteran suffering from PTSD a disability leave.
The Pittsburgh specialty metals producer said it lost $20 million, but business improved later in the period.
More than 200 Pine-Richland staff members and residents showed up at the district's regular school board meeting to show their support.
Some commissioners and business owners expressed concerns that a private company would be too aggressive in collecting unpaid taxes.
The man, who was believed to be suicidal, was taken into custody after 45 minutes. He will be evaluated at a psychiatric facility.
TreeHouse, which makes private label soups at the former Heinz plant on the North Side, announced the pending purchase today.
Fact-finding fails to bring an agreement in the nearly two-year teacher contract dispute in Pine-Richland.
Replacement of a bridge on Saxonburg Boulevard in Indiana Township was scheduled to begin today, PennDOT announced.
Firefighters responding to a brush fire in a wooded area discover the body of an elderly man.
The southbound motorcyclist collided with a car. He has been transported to a hospital.
Sponsored by the Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh, the parties start at 8:15 p.m. May 2 and May 3, weather permitting.
Man charged in death of Harmony man.
Three teens and a 41-year-old woman are killed in the collision on Route 156. Three other adults are hospitalized.
A reconfigured group of trustees wants a judge to let it oversee the historic 122-year-old amusement park in Crawford County.
Rodef Shalom Congregation in Oakland held a seder meal Monday for about 200 people.
Happenings in the North suburban area:
North Hills, Avonworth and Riverside take part in The Allegheny Math Partnership's Middle School Probability/Computer Exploration Fair.
William Shakespeare's 450th birthday is World Book Night, when more than 550,000 books will be distributed free throughout the country.
The Allegheny Land Trust in Sewickley won't give up hopes of establishing preserved green space in Richland.
The Jugglebugs had a chance to show their skills and share what they’d been learning as visitors roamed the middle school hallways.
School news briefs from the Northern suburban area:
News briefs from the North suburban area:
A new residential community, Jeremiah Village, for disabled and nondisabled alike to be built at Glade Run Lutheran Services.
Alec Lindsey of Winfield and Megan Majocha of Plum competed in a pageant meant promote emerging leaders.
Popular programs for Glade Run youth have been canceled because of an ongoing construction project.
Rodney Schaffer was named new chairman of the Tourism & Convention Bureau board of directors.
The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation’s program is providing 1,200 Kindle Fire HDX tablets to 60 schools through a partnership with the AIU.
Her landlord, however, responded to her lawsuit saying the family was evicted because she and her biracial children were too loud.
The driver said she was on Route 422 in Plumcreek when something struck the vehicle. No students were on board.
Gone Country at the Firehouse Lounge is the 45th establishment closed for not paying the 7 percent tax on all alcoholic drinks.
Sgt. Chad Adams felt it was important to publicize his undercover assignment, if only to deter the suspect.
Sheriff George David also must surrender his collection of 700 guns as he awaits trial on charges of threatening two individuals.
County council is considering a lease that would allow horizontal drilling for natural gas beneath the property.
A tree trimmer claims after being jailed, he was replaced on the job by the chief's brother-in-law.
Passenger Julie Codispot, 46, was riding with her husband when a vehicle hit their motorcycle at 5:08 p.m. Sunday on Route 19.
Go Ape North Park, which drew 13,000 last year, expects to attract even more people to the treetop obstacle course in the future.
A decision on charges in the death of 23-year-old Abram Sorek is pending an investigation.
Seneca Valley School District entered into a $26,061 contract with Naviance, an online college readiness company.
Officials said they found more than 250 video files and 58,000 still images of illicit materials during a search of Hart Williams' devices.
Council must consider an ordinance that leases the county's mineral rights with the condition that no drilling occur in the park.
The PWSA is repairing a 60-inch diameter main near Route 8 and the on-ramp to Route 28.
The Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth are preparing an estate sale this weekend of artifacts they have used at the Ross facility.
The Superior Court arguments will take place May 20 at the Lawrence County Courthouse, the Allegheny County district attorney's office said.
After 20 years of volunteering once a week, Alexis Weber has been named 2014 Volunteer of the Year by Catholic Charities USA.
The boil water advisory is expected to be lifted Saturday late afternoon, officials said.
Middle school principal Anthony Aquilio said the student was removed from the school.