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Residents, parents, alumni and students braved the chilly weather for a community event in the wake of last Wednesday's stabbings.
Sgt. Chad Adams felt it was important to publicize his undercover assignment, if only to deter the suspect.
Duquesne teachers are being asked to agree to link student achievement to their raises.
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.
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.
Bradley D. Penrod, who had worked at the airport for more than 30 years, was ousted by the Airport Authority Board last month.
Passenger Julie Codispot, 46, was riding with her husband when a vehicle hit their motorcycle at 5:08 p.m. Sunday on Route 19.
After his cowboy years, W. Frank Myers Jr. started a business and a family in Pittsburgh.
The all-time records for warmth and cold may be broken, all in the same week.
Rodef Shalom, which has a sister-congregation relationship with a synagogue in Kiev, also said a prayer for those in Ukraine.
Increased physical security measures can only go so far if mental health supports are not in place in schools to help students and teachers.
When the calls were placed was not clear, but the caller is thought to be 16-year-old stabbing suspect Alex Hribal.
Richard Javens faces burglary, robbery, conspiracy, trespassing charges and gun violations and is being held in the Lawrence County Jail.
Connor Warwick, one of 21 students stabbed at Franklin Regional, remains hospitalized. Two other boys are still in critical condition.
Former counselor Anne Merical of Export claimed she was fired after pointing out medication distribution problems.
Authorities responding to neighbors' complaints made undercover heroin purchases.
The county Health Department says two men tried to gain entry to a home in Clairton.
Students will be able to go to the school Tuesday and classes resume Wednesday. Counseling services will be available.
Nicholas Barnes, 20, of Fox Chapel was found dead Feb. 15 in his University of Chicago dorm room.
The $460 million acquisition of Osmose Holdings, based in Buffalo, N.Y., will be financed through new and existing debt.
Hearings for Abdula "A.J." Richardson, 37, and Felecia Richardson, 43, of Sheraden, are now scheduled for April 23.
The airline's daily flights will leave Pittsburgh at 7:15 a.m. with a return flight arriving at 9:31 p.m.
Gas prices rose 1.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.67 a gallon yesterday.
The eclipse, the first fully visible over the region since 2010, begins with the partial phase at 1:58 a.m. Totality is from 3:07 to 4:25.
Before the work begins, PennDOT has a big decision to make: repair the ceilings of the tunnels or seek more money to remove them altogether.
Fayette County Coroner Phillip Reilly said Sandor Macz, 39, was lying on the tracks when he was struck by a CSX freight train Saturday.
They have strong feelings about Indian politics even after becoming American citizens and spending decades away from the country.
Teachers at Franklin Regional High School will return to work Monday and students will follow on Tuesday and Wednesday
Repairs to concrete barriers between the Oakland interchange and Boulevard of the Allies/Liberty Bridge exit will close one lane at a time.
The office did not specify what production would have the street closed between Wood and Smithfield streets.
Experts say there is a fairly high threshold for victims to successfully sue the parents of an underage assailant.
"Kids for Cash" deals with the corruption of two Pennsylvania judges who locked up teens for minor transgressions.
Seth Fluharty was charged with failure to report suspected child abuse in the 2012 rape of a West Virginia girl by two football players,
According to the diocese, annual salary increases average about 2 percent over the life of the contract.
Fire crews from around Mercer County have been called to the Reynolds Industrial Park to fight a blaze at a commercial building
After 20 years of volunteering once a week, Alexis Weber has been named 2014 Volunteer of the Year by Catholic Charities USA.
The departure of Lucinda Harshman leaves the authority thin in a department in charge of trying to attract more flights to the airport.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are planning to attend an event in Leetsdale on the economy.
AG Kathleen G. Kane had shut down an investigation targeting Democratic members of the state House.
The drilling company refused to allow state investigators on the property for two days.
The president called Franklin Regional Principal Ron Suvak from Air Force One to compliment staff and students for their responses.
Observers with the Audubon Society have observed behavior of the mother that suggest an egg has hatched.
Inspectors are still working to get to the side of Mount Washington below the restaurant after Tuesday's landslide.
The Superior Court rules that the Common Pleas judge was wrong to increase Nino Petrocelli's sentence after his motion to modify it.
The State System's board of governors approve tuition flexibility and a larger role in creating minors and programs.
The free non-emergency notification service will update county residents with latest information.
Colleagues here held him in high regard, and many stayed in contact with him up until the weeks before he died.