Four Democrats want the nomination for Allegheny County Council to replace Barbara Daly Danko, who died before the primary but won anyway.
Experts disagree whether the bullet that injured a woman leaving Kennywood Park could have been a stray that was fired into the air.
A proposed bill would prohibit the federal government from mandating controversial national education standards.
Abdula “A.J.” Richardson, 38, and his wife, Felecia Richardson, 44, face charges of conspiracy and making false reports to law enforcement.
Bernard Bigirimana, 39, was arrested Sunday by Pittsburgh police and remained in the Allegheny County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Police say the incident outside the park wounded a woman near the exit after Saturday night’s fireworks show.
With Internet searches adding to digital profiles, have consumers’ best prices online been predetermined based on shopping history?
Acknowledging the years of work still to come, a University of Pittsburgh researcher forges ahead on an experimental eye transplant program.
Asbestos, called the “hidden killer” because illnesses take decades to develop, still causes diseases despite not being made in the U.S.
Laurel Michelle Schlemmer, 41, is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing on Friday.
The teachers will replace science teacher Jason Cooper and English teacher Joseph Ruggieri.
More than 1,500 people gathered in Schenley Plaza, and hundreds of others were at viewing parties at local pubs, cheering the team’s win.
Police Sgt. Robert Hick said firefighters used chainsaws to cut the 50- 60-foot-long tree off of a vehicle.
Despite cancelling river activities for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta, vendors and officials say the event went quite well.
In 2012, a youth group from Newry came to Pittsburgh, and children from the Hill District threw a Halloween party for them.
The draft ordinance says about 40 percent of Pittsburgh private sector workers and 77 percent of service workers have no paid sick time.
Prices at the pump, however, both nationally and in Pittsburgh are slightly above where they were a month ago.
Livability.com editors cited Primanti Bros., Cafe Du Jour and Gaucho Parrilla Argentina as eateries offering a range of dining experiences.
The job cuts represent 3 percent of the university's total workforce, President Paul Hennigan wrote in a memo.
State police said the men were injured when a mortar firework exploded at a residence in Cheat Lake around 10 p.m. Saturday.
The incident was reported at 8:36 p.m. outside the Gardner Chapel Assembly of God in Shenango, according to county emergency officials.
The boy kneed an officer, and shouted at him and his sister punched officers, according to police.
The closure is scheduled from 7:30 a.m. today until July 19.
The work will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., weather permitting, and restrictions will be in both directions on Interstate 279 north.
Events, meetings and festivals this week within the city limits.
Erik Meredith, the father of a 4-year-old boy with special needs, said he received a letter on June 22 telling him his son’s DART classroom
Republican officials will choose their nominee for a South Hills state Senate special election on Saturday.
David and Kirsten Ennis told commissioners that water contaminated with E. coli and chloroform is gushing out of the ground on their yard.
Several members of the Edgewood Department of Public Safety were cited at tonight's council meeting for delivering a child on June 15.
Four men were sentenced to prison today for their roles in a Washington County shooting that left a 10-year-old girl dead last year.
The work is part of the $12.24 million reconstruction project of Baum and Bigelow boulevards.
Minerva Maiers, skilled secretary and tireless volunteer for Catholic causes in Bellevue dies at 98.
Eligible veterans will pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universities under a state law no matter how recently they moved here.
After a lawsuit for mistreating mentally ill inmates, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections has trained all 15,000 employees.
A Marshall-Shadeland man is facing 15 counts of forgery after using a fake bill at the Rivers Casino early Sunday morning.
Allen Carter spent more than a year in Rankin Promise, an alternative education program in which students spend an average of 230 days.
“Nothing compares to this,” said one woman of the annual fireworks display over Point State Park in Pittsburgh.
Delta Foundation’s Pride events have been a success, but there are questions about how the nonprofit spends its nearly $1 million budget.
Thomas Johnson Jr., 24, of Penn Hills, died after he was shot in the head in East Liberty on Friday evening.
Jan Hus was burned at the stake 600 years ago, but his influence continued over the centuries.
The two pedestrians were crossing West Carson Street near the Duquesne Incline when the accident occurred.
An assortment of overnight closures and lane restrictions is planned on the Parkway West this week.
Mark Twain claimed to have “a horror of interviewers,” but he made himself available to one when he visited Pittsburgh in 1884.
VisitPittsburgh is backing the plan designed around luring big events, such as the Super Bowl, to the city.
In a separate incident, someone broke into a barn in Fairchance and carved the letters “D.C.” into a pig’s side with an unknown object.
A two-alarm fire at a home in McKeesport was brought under control late Sunday night.
The fire marshal is investigating a one-alarm at a Wilkinsburg home, according to an Allegheny County emergency dispatch supervisor.
The day is forecast to reach a high of 78 degrees and a low of 62 degrees with either mostly or partly cloudy skies throughout the day.
Pittsburgh police sent an explosive ordnance disposal robot to examine the bag and cleared the scene after nothing was found inside.
A 50-day closure for reconstruction begins at 7 a.m. Monday, when PennDOT begins the next phase of construction there.