Port Authority cut service to the 201 units at Mifflin Estates in 2009 due to budget cuts, but residents want it back now.
Former President Bill Clinton delivered his patented mix of policy and folksy charm to 200 people in Aliquippa this morning.
The accident happened around 6 a.m. at Allequippa and Robinson streets.
The shooting occurred near the Giant Eagle on Pressley Street shortly after 10 p.m.
The fire was reported around 4 a.m. in the 3100 block of Faronia Street.
A new design for the Pittsburgh website should appear by mid-2017, said Rich Marmura, a content supervisor leading a digital overhaul.
As of Thursday, Sen. Pat Toomey still refused to say what he thought of Donald Trump and whether he continues to support him.
She walked daily through Frick Park near her home and marveled at the outdoors.
If approved, the new entity would be called the School of Computing and Information.
Leaves in Allegheny County are stubbornly clinging to tree branches, and some of them are even refusing to change color.
The joint establishment on East Carson Street wants city approval to introduce extra space for alcohol service.
The Bethel Park school board has promoted Dan Sloan as its new athletic director.
The sales agreement has been extended for the former cinema, with demolition set to begin in two weeks.
Although archery and sharpshooting hunts last year killed 215 deer, the number of deer/vehicle collisions has tripled so far this year.
Police Chief Andrew Lisiecki was fired last month after a commissioner said the chief didn’t understand the township’s drug problem.
Several residents told council members at their meeting Monday they can hear screams from the house at all hours of the night.
A total of nine sites at bus and T stations have been identified for possible development projects.
Working with two educational consultants, the district has scheduled four sessions to get community ideas for a high school of the future.
Many students in an Advanced Placement government class decided to get involved in election campaigns as a class project.
Not all members of the North Hills school board approved of the idea.
The new Career Readiness Program allows students to remain at the high school rather than travel to the vocational education center.
The district’s new human resources officer applied for multiple superintendent jobs before landing in Pittsburgh.
Council hopes to delay until December a public hearing on the revised gas drilling ordinance so that more comments can be heard.
Beastly Haunted Trail and Hundred Acres Manor are just two of dozens of haunted attractions in the region that raise money for charity.
The borough is considering building a new municipal complex and transforming its current complex into a revenue-producing commercial site.
With volunteer help, the Pine-Richland Youth Center carries on a decades-long tradition of activities for all ages in a safe space.
Police said Jacqueline Brink, 20, and Timothy Gardner, 26, both of Cherryhill, were fatally beaten with a baseball bat and metal pipe.
The governor must give a final OK to a bill that would ban the release of an officer’s ID before 30 days of a fatal or near-fatal shooting.
Jon Bon Jovi ended up being the opening act at his Love Trumps Hate campaign stop for Hillary Clinton at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall.
The Pennsylvania Medical Society urges a moratorium on shale gas fracking and research on the health risks of the practice.
Towns that depend on the casino taxes were plunged into new uncertainty Thursday, when legislators failed to approve a plan.
Gov. Tom Wolf is poised to sign a bill passed by the legislature this week that will allow beer distributors to sell six-packs.
Judiciary committee chairman says Americans deserve to know the details of the $465 million settlement with Mylan.
Lisa Stover, 30, of Rochester died from blunt force trauma to the head, county Coroner David Gabauer said. He ruled the death a homicide.
Committee passes a plan forward that would create a School of Computing and Information. The board is expected to take up the plan Friday.
Allegheny County Police accuse Cedric March Jones Jr., 34, of raping a girl multiple times between 2003 and 2015.
The university says the former assistant coach was let go in staff shakeup, not because Jerry Sandusky whistleblowing.
Martin Schmotzer, the committee chairman, is asking a judge to stop the borough from providing plywood sign boards.
The four female occupants were not hit by the gunfire but received minor scratches from flying glass.
North Shore parking monthly lease-holders need to be out of the lots and garages by 6 p.m. or face event rates.
Approaching election day, 32 Western Pennsylvania voters answer two questions that shape their views.
State police are investigating after three vehicles were hit with rocks thrown or dropped onto Interstate 376 in Beaver County.
The incident was reported at Fifth and South Aiken avenues at 5:18 a.m.
The developer Trammell Crow Co. secured $3 million in state funding for the 316-unit complex on the eastern part of the South Side location.
It’s not nearly as simple as CRISPR, but it’s less likely to miss its target and could be safer for gene therapy in human patients.
A spokeswoman for the city said officials are “absolutely open to working with the CPRB to establish clarity.”
Experts say that ending the commissions will discourage sales of the government’s online marketplace plans.
Forced From Home opens today at Schenley Plaza in Oakland and runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Monday. The exhibition is free.
The frontman for the rock group Bon Jovi will perform at 6:30 p.m. at Soldier & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum.
"We've got two smart, tough women ... at the top of the ticket here in Pennsylvania," Sen. Warren said of Katie McGinty and Hillary Clinton.