A two-thirds Senate vote and action by the governor is all that’s Constitutionally needed to remove the embattled attorney general.
Officials tell the state House committee it is reviewing its practices, equipment needs in wake of event that stranded hundreds on turnpike.
The National Weather Service advisory is in effect from 10 a.m. today until 7 a.m. Thursday for Pittsburgh.
Authorities say the woman escaped custody while her male accomplice pepper-sprayed and bit store employees at the Westmoreland Mall.
U.S. attorney’s office says it will charge Justin Robinson following Tuesday’s grand jury indictment of distributing fentanyl-laced heroin.
As spring approaches, state health workers are exploring how to handle any potential hazards when mosquito season stirs.
The proposal would bring eight planes to replace C-130 planes used now and an additional 400 full-time personnel to the Moon site.
The governor’s new budget proposal would raise the personal income tax and assumes the Legislature will agree to more spending increases.
Scaife’s will assigned control of two trust funds and ample art and property, totaling nearly $760 million, to many foundations and museums.
A 17-year-old will be charged as a juvenile stemming from his attack on student at Penn Hills High School.
Controller’s office says audit revealed the county was not collecting fees for certain events and costs were being picked up by taxpayers.
A hearing officer must decide whether surveillance video showing a former officer assaulting a suspect should be a public record.
The HEA, which has been working without a contract since June 30, says it will strike on April 13 if a new agreement isn’t reached.
Judge rules that Johnstown-area priest Joseph Maurizio’s lawyer failed to show that new evidence would lead to an acquittal.
Here’s what Tom Wolf said in his address during today’s address to the state general assembly.
Results of Zika blood tests were pending Monday for two patients in Allegheny County and a dozen others in the state, health agencies said.
The National Weather Service forecasts about 1 to 2 inches today, with areas south and east of the city getting up to 5 inches.
In fees and taxes, the industry would pay an estimated $404 million next year — significantly less than the $990 million proposed in March.
Wendell Hissrich, a former city paramedic, is tasked with overseeing emergency management, police and fire bureaus, and other services.
The closure will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. near the Millvale (Exit 3) interchange, weather permitting, according to PennDOT.
While New England takes the brunt of an Atlantic storm, a second system threatened the Appalachians, including the Pittsburgh region.
Police and school investigators began looking into the matter after a parent contacted a state child abuse hotline late last month.
Federal agents say they've taken a significant step in disrupting the heroin pipeline from Detroit to West Virginia.
More than 9,500 Allegheny County residents could lose food stamp benefits by June 1. Many might prevent that by volunteering for nonprofits.
Public safety spokeswoman says the suspect has been ”narrowed down to one specific person.”
Cole McLaughlin, 24, gets probation and must register as sex offender for inappropriate behavior with two students, including a 12-year-old
Gasoline prices tumble another 4 cents, as the region sees it lowest price for the fossil fuel since April 2009.
So far, five people in the state have tested negative for the mosquito-borne illness. No patient in Pennsylvania has tested positive.
County police superintendent said police are still looking for the suspect in shooting at Penn Center apartment building.
A video showing the attack on Isaiah Wooding, a sophomore with cerebral palsy, is being used to identify students involved in the assault.
Calvin Troup, who graduated from the school in 1983, will become Geneva’s 20th president and take office in the spring.
Yuriry’s Jewelry Store reports missing jewelry, coins and currency from its Smithfield Street store.
Although it’s considered America’s biggest sporting event of the year, some folks just go about their business during the Super Bowl.
Kirk Nesset, a former professor at Allegheny College, will also spend a decade on probation.
The closure will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. near the Millvale (Exit 3) interchange.
The advisory — in effect from 7 tonight to 7 a.m. Wednesday — covers Allegheny, Washington, Westmoreland, Fayette and Greene counties.
The industry will be affected by the ACA and state transition to a managed-care system for long-term care designed to boost home services.
Che DuVall filed suit for medical negligence last month against the health system using a report released by CDC as a foundation.
The victim has been flown from the scene, although the extent and nature of the injuries are unknown.
None were injured, including firefighters, in the two-alarm fire at a Laurel Lane home.
Of 246 opioid overdose deaths in the county last year, heroin was found in 209 cases, fentanyl in 99 and alpha-Methylfentanyl in 20 cases.
The incident happened along Route 173 near Rocket Drive in Slippery Rock about 2 a.m.
The homeowner suffered second-degree burns on his back trying to rescue pet reptiles and other animals in the house.
The Leechburg school board will meet Tuesday to discuss the allegations as well as the option of hiring an investigator.
Steelers fans are among those featured in “Super Bowl Babies Choir” commercial to air during third quarter of Sunday’s game.
Kirk Nesset, who taught at Allegheny College for 20 years, had a collection of 540,000 child pornographic images.
Robert MacVittie and his wife used the technique to make fake checks.
Superintendent Jerri Lynn Lippert said Thursday that the context of the workshop activity was not appropriately vetted before implemented.
Judge Cashman ordered McCullough, who has new charges of perjury and obstruction pending, to not leave the jurisdiction.
“December was really brown and really sad,” but now ski resorts in the area are hitting their stride.