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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.
The president and vice president came to highlight the need for educating people and getting them back on the job.
In August 2011, Emile Bizimungu, 32, began trading benefits for cash, then billing the government for food. The total reached $40,000.
Pennsylvania has struggled to get older residents back into the classroom to earn college degrees. But the numbers are improving.
The Reds' starter found the corners in striking out 12 and pitching a complete game as Cincinnati took two of three from the Pirates.
But the city's attorney says, "We would like to let a court decide this issue before we slap you with a bill."
The third annual promotion of craft beer runs April 25 through May 4. "It's just booming in Pittsburgh."
Robert Pace, 25, has been jailed since his arrest five years ago.
The sophomore was charged with disorderly conduct after recording an incident on his iPad mini.
The 6-foot-2 freshman point guard will sit out the season, then have three years of eligibility.
The men, all of Washington, Pa., are charged in the March 31 killing of Ta'Naiyah Thomas, who was struck by a shot fired through a door.
The school is involved in a federally funded program that saw its former director accused of stealing computer equipment.
Gone Country at the Firehouse Lounge is the 45th establishment closed for not paying the 7 percent tax on all alcoholic drinks.
Sheldon Williams, a former police officer and instructor of the SWAT team, is now a pastor with the Allegheny Center Alliance Church.
The accused are two Washington County men, a Latrobe woman and a dentist based in Robinson.
Anthony Cugini, 54, of Upper St. Clair had been charged with obstruction of justice late last year. He was found dead Jan. 8.
PNC Financial Services Group this morning reported earnings of $992 million as it set aside less money to cover bad loans and expenses fell.
The White House is refocusing a $500 million grant program on job training programs that involve partnerships with regional employers.
Students returned to school the morning after residents, parents and alumni braved the chilly weather for a community candlelight event.
Sgt. Chad Adams felt it was important to publicize his undercover assignment, if only to deter the suspect.
Lane closures on Route 22-William Penn Highway in Monroeville are expected to cause delays for drivers today and Thursday.
Mount Washington’s Olympia Park off-leash dog play area will close today through May 9 for the ground to dry out and to allow the grass to
The Mansions at Maple Heights Bed and Breakfast cannot claim its tent as an accessory use, according to a recent court decision.
Duquesne teachers are being asked to agree to link student achievement to their raises.
Hearings for a former mayoral candidate and his wife, both charged with making more than 100 unnecessary 911 phone calls, have been
With the Whiskey Barrel Flats, Bill Stolze may be the first to test the market on a riverfront stretch long considered a prime spot.
"Earth Nest" by artist Duncan MacDiarmid at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art complements April's Earth Day themes.
Andrew W. Moore, a computer scientist and expert in robotics, will begin his duties in August.
Hundreds of students visited the school Tuesday during an optional opportunity to readjust to their surroundings.
Sheriff George David also must surrender his collection of 700 guns as he awaits trial on charges of threatening two individuals.
Bob Guzzardi, a Montgomery County businessman, describes himself as a limited-government alternative to the first-term Republican governor.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said he hopes the decision to keep Highmark spurs settlement talks with rival UPMC Health Plan.
South Fayette parents told the school board tonight they want to ensure students are comfortable with reporting bullying incidents.
State police charge Steven L. Haynes, 61, of New Castle, with indecent assault his home.
County council is considering a lease that would allow horizontal drilling for natural gas beneath the property.
Workers will be removing a section of the suspended ceiling.
U.S. marshals tracked Theodore Smedley, 18, to a home in Wilkinsburg today and arrested him without incident.
Bradley D. Penrod, who had worked at the airport for more than 30 years, was ousted by the Airport Authority Board last month.
But a federal judge says the recovered data must be kept in a sealed envelope until it is needed in court.
The victim was shot twice during a home invasion this morning.
Mayor Bill Peduto publishes a report pointing out the achievements that his administration has delivered.
The president and vice president will make a rare joint-appearance Wednesday at the CCAC's West Hills Center in North Fayette.
Defenseman Simon Despres is sent down, along with forwards Harry Zolnierczyk and Chuck Kobasew.
Janell Walker of Hazelwood says she also experienced a hostile work environment before being fired in January 2013.
A tree trimmer claims after being jailed, he was replaced on the job by the chief's brother-in-law.
David D. Wise, 33, of Washington, Pa., claimed he was abused in the Washington County jail.
The Westmoreland County coroner's office identified him as Tyler L. Quakenbush, 21, of Latrobe.
Passenger Julie Codispot, 46, was riding with her husband when a vehicle hit their motorcycle at 5:08 p.m. Sunday on Route 19.