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On Thursday, Timothy Leininger, 27, was pronounced dead at UPMC Mercy, and Monty Crawford, 23, died at the jail.
The grand jury is looking into whether administrators and staff members knew of inappropriate relationships between teachers and students.
Hubert Wingate, 30, faces charges of homicide, arson and other crimes in the death of Andre Gray, 34.
The shooting occurred about 4 a.m. as troopers encountered the man inside the Save-A-Lot in Somerset.
Temperatures in Pittsburgh were expected to descend into the mid-30s overnight before rebounding to a high of 70 on Saturday.
A jury deciding the fate of Jason Korey, 32, said it was hopelessly deadlocked Thursday.
A 54-count indictment names 38 people, each charged with heroin distribution, weapons possession by convicted felons and money laundering.
Pittsburgh is among six cities that are part of a three-year federal program.
Charles Johnston’s plane went missing over New Guinea in 1944. This is how he made his way back home.
A new "Honors Escort" program will include draping an American flag on the gurney carrying a deceased veteran with escorts by its side.
Police said they found a woman on Maytide Street slumped over the wheel of a running vehicle in drive with her foot on the brake.
Headstones for at least one U.S. representative, two Medal of Honor winners and numerous veterans have a place there.
The borough has offered jobs to five people to replace police officers who have left the department.
Taxes will increase by 0.40 mills; the contract extension provides for a raise of 3.17 percent per year.
Art students painted concrete barriers to replace those that had been defaced by graffiti.
The board was taking final public comments before voting to approve the application Monday night.
The market, which sells both farm products and crafts, started in 1976 and has grown to include 182 vendors, most of them local.
Two of the five women will ride from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., and their three sisters will complete all or part of a 76-mile hike.
Franklin Regional taxes will increase to fund a new budget, which will allow physical improvements to be made to schools.
The burglary occurred in the 2100 block of Belmont Avenue in Canton at about 1 p.m. Thursday, police said.
Taxes have been steady at 18.63 mills for three years.
Republican commissioners Charles Anderson and Tyler Courtney will face Democratic Commissioner Ted Kopas and Gina Cerilli in the fall.
Former Mars Area superintendent William Pettigrew also was nominated to a seat on that board. He retired in 2013 after 26 years in the job.
Some new faces will be on the ballot in the West municipal, school board and district judge elections in the fall.
Gerald “Jerry” Costanzo teaches English at the university and also is founding director of Carnegie Mellon University Press.
The three county commissioners will appear on the ballot in November along with Republican Mike McCormick.
The Learn and Earn Summer Youth Employment program hopes to employ 2,000 students this summer.
In Westmoreland County, county Controller Jeffrey Balzer and Sheriff Jonathan Held won the Republican nominations on Tuesday.
The number of candidates for seats on Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court has been whittled down from the nine who ran in the primary.
Lexi Korol and Lexi Palombo, students at Ambridge Area High School, created a dog park in Walter Panek Park for their senior project.
The new owners of the former Northway Mall also want to build a 100-car parking garage on the McKnight Road site in Ross.
The now-closed Rave Pittsburgh 11 on McKnight Road has recently been popular as a park-n-ride lot for the Pittsburgh Port Authority.
Collier Township will attempt to raise money for a new dog park from a portion of a Washington Wild Things game’s ticket sales.
Meah Ezykowsky, whose father was killed by a drunken driver, has been named 2015-16 Pennsylvania SADD Student of the Year.
The five-day party starts Tuesday with local businesses, bands, fire departments and school groups.
The $17 million upgrade in Ambridge began in 2001 and is expected to be finished by spring 2016.
The theater department of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School recently learned it has been selected to perform for 90 minutes.
The program, to be set up at seven sites, could feed up to 500 children this summer.
From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
Events and other happenings throughout the east communities.
Richard Rechenberg, a teacher at Holy Sepulcher Catholic School, has been honored by the Pennsylvania Council on American Private Education.
Frank A. Civitarese and Louis A. Civitarese, family medicine physicians who work in Scott, have been honored by St. Clair Hospital.
More than 60 percent of voters approved the referendum, which will allow the borough to have five liquor licenses, based on its population.
Duane Faith has resigned as a member of Montour school board, citing professional and personal commitments.
Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.
News and other happenings from throughout the west communities.
Municipal news from throughout the west communities.
Students from kindergarten to 12th grade were awarded for academic, athletic and social achievements and shined in scholastic competitions.
School news from throughout the west communities.