Leaves in Allegheny County are stubbornly clinging to tree branches, and some of them are even refusing to change color.
Beastly Haunted Trail and Hundred Acres Manor are just two of dozens of haunted attractions in the region that raise money for charity.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Experts say that ending the commissions will discourage sales of the government’s online marketplace plans.
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.
Just before midnight Wednesday, the Republican-controlled Legislature raced to push through key legislation before the end of its session.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Wolf will receive bills on prescription limits, and bettering education for doctors and patients
Steven Cansler, 16, of East Liberty was charged with homicide and other offenses in the death of Daija McCall.
Grant will help the study of non-invasive ways to distinguish between aneurysms that can be monitored and those that are potentially lethal.
Jamie Parker will be sentenced Jan. 23 for her role in connection with the 2014 slaying of Leonard Butler by Derek Lee and Paul Durham.
Veteran defense attorney Stan Levenson fell asleep several times during the trial for James Nassida and his sister, who were both convicted.
The bill, which would allow the state to revoke vehicle registration for those who don’t pay turnpike tolls, now goes to Gov. Tom Wolf.
The attorney for Patrick Gorman, 80, said his client suffered a stroke at the Allegheny County Jail and has signs of dementia.
Rising demand and falling production in the U.S. are good omens for the Texas-based oil and gas firm, leaders say.
There will also be single-lane restrictions on West Carson Street between the Corliss Tunnel and the West End Bridge, through Nov. 10.
William P. Mullen said he’s hoping to reduce some of the overtime in his office.
The instructions reiterate the Roman Catholic Church’s preference for burial over cremation.
An earlier proposal would have let the council president alone determine whether to impose such sanctions, including fines up to $500.
The “United for Seniors” effort in Allegheny County adds emphasis on assistance for caregivers of elderly parents.
A June U.S. Supreme Court decision requires police officers to get search warrants to draw blood in suspected DUI cases if drivers refuse.
The vice president fired several salvos at the GOP nominee while offering an optimistic vision of the U.S. under the ex-secretary of state.
Enrique Soto, 25, and Anna Russell, 20, will be sentenced by Common Pleas Judge David R. Cashman on Jan. 19.
Some $10 billion in aid to states would come with strings, which might force Pennsylvania to change its rules.
PennDOT has announced lane restrictions approaching the Fort Pitt Tunnel Wednesday night from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday.
The plastics maker that was spun out of Bayer reported strong demand for its materials used in automobiles, electronics and other products.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. will campaign for Hillary Clinton and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Katie McGinty Wednesday.
A tearful Kathleen Kane — convicted on perjury, obstruction and other charges — pleaded for leniency during her sentencing hearing.
A tractor-trailer fire shut down the Parkway West inbound between exits 52 and 53 (Clinton exit) for more than an hour this morning.
The former attorney general is expected to seek leniency for abusing her position, but “no regrets” means she may not receive it.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority board backed off some changes in all-day and lease rates that would have taken effect in August.
At a hearing in Monroeville, there were tense moments between charter school CEOs and principals from traditional schools.
“Here's the big X factor: it's called Donald Trump,” said Terry Madonna, director of the Franklin & Marshall College poll.
Followers of a Pennsylvania-based cleric say the Turkish government is using a July coup attempt as a pretext to falsely accuse them.
At 14, the dancing sidekick of pop star Sia and judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” is among the youngest teens to make the list of 30.
The musician will be performing at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Oakland at 6:30 p.m.
The three-car crash forced a closure of the West End Bridge, which has since been reopened.
In Washington County, where prescription pill abuse often leads to heroin, dozens of drop off spots nudged people to get rid of old drugs.
Republicans Tim Murphy and Keith Rothfus and Democrat Mike Doyle are heavy favorites to retain their seats in the Nov. 8 election.
Did chiropractic’s work lead to death of social media star from Pittsburgh area? Researchers have been debating this for decades.
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U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle said he expects state officials to take action soon to revoke a law that prevents compliance with a federal ID law.