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U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy and more than two dozen people gathered in a Ukrainian church in Carnegie.
The more compact stature and rounder curves of "average Barbie" look like a healthier version of the female form to many.
At 2 a.m. Sunday, daylight saving time will go into effect, springing clocks forward an hour in an effort to save energy.
Mourners recall the legend of Porky Chedwick Friday in story and song.
The World Meeting of Families is expected to draw huge crowds to Philadelphia in 2015.
Civil trial slated to start next week for Jordan Miles of Homewood, who accuses three Pittsburgh police officers of using excessive force.
Transportation Secretary Barry Schoch said the salt will be spread throughout the state, based on need.
State agents said they found 50 video files and more than 100 images on a laptop computer of a Trafford resident.
Robert St. Clair is charged with 10 counts of conspiracy, false claims and theft of government property.
Their machines blast a hot mixture of liquid asphalt and stones into potholes, providing a repair that lasts longer than the cold patching.
The Democratic front-runner in the race for governor is scheduled to be in Pittsburgh on Saturday.
Local Ukrainians and Americans with close ties to Ukraine say a desire for democracy, not hostility to Russia, lies behind the tumult there.
He successfully battled multiple sclerosis to live an active life from the time he was 28.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., called an Air Force decision to keep eight C-130 transport planes in Moon a "major victory."
The case that initially was believed to involve 22 workers is now though to include more than 300 employees.
Robert St. Clair is charged along with former Guard Col. Gerard Mangis of Shaler in a scheme that prosecutors say netted them $300,000.
Roderick L. Harris, who got his medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh, is coming here from Sedwick County, Kansas.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said that revenue from slot machines in February totaled $181 million, down more than 7.5 percent.
Bigger service improvements made possible by increased funding will come later in the year.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said he and UPMC president and CEO Jeffrey Romoff discussed three major issues Wednesday afternoon.
A spreading movement, often called "Ashes to Go," is seeking to take the rituals outside the walls of the church and into the streets.
An indictment alleges a complex set of trades of favors and influence with a National Guard officer.
The missing data includes names, home addresses, Social Security numbers and wage information, the university told employees in a letter.
John M. Chapman pleaded guilty to 25 counts of wire fraud and one count of identity theft. He was released pending sentencing July 11.
Allen Wade, a neighbor of Susan and Sarah Wolfe, posted on Facebook this afternoon that he is innocent. He is now at police headquarters.
Police initially were told that people were trapped in vehicles struck by the truck but later reports said there were no injuries.
Tina Louise Shaffer, 39, of Plum, is charged with homicide in the death of Lloyd W. Shontz Jr.
Shelly Lough took the money to satisfy demands of an Ohio couple who threatened to turn over evidence of the relationship to her husband.
Middle-aged Japanese men have less than a third the rate of coronary artery calcification than their American counterparts.
Chelsa Wagner, addressed county council members, saying the county had a "moral obligation" to make sure its promises to retirees are met.
The school earlier indicated one or more forums would be open to news media and that still may happen, spokesman Bill Campbell said.
Fifteen people had been arrested as of noon, the task force said in a news release.
Brian R. Trent was injured about 9:50 a.m. today at a crossing on Geiger Road in Somerset Township.
The fire broke out at a home on the 400-block of South Seventh Street around 3 a.m. The fire spread to a neighboring home.
Weather forecasters say temperatures this morning could come close to, if not break, the record low for March 4, minus-1 degree in 1943.
Outlying health systems outspent in marketing efforts
E. Gordon Gee has been attracting attention at West Virginia University ever since arriving in January.
Plans call for A-B-C cleanliness grades to be posted as soon as September, following a test launch in July and August.
The asking prices are based on three independent appraisals as well as a requirement that a sales price must cover remaining debt.
The protests are set to continue today, though officials say they will avoid spilling into Downtown streets and clogging traffic.
The bullets and magazine were not allowed as evidence in the first trial in the case that involved criminal charges.
The theft charges against Hannah Rhinaman will be dismissed if she completes the drug program, a judge said.
Prosecutors claim Ruben M. Mitchell, 45, was part of a network which was led by Robert Russell Spence, of Coraopolis.
McKeesport Mayor Michael Cherepko has issued a state of emergency due to dangerous travel conditions.
PennDOT had planned on keeping the lanes closed this morning but there wasn't as much snow as expected.
The Pittsburgh area and much of southern Pennsylvania was spared the heavy snow that forecasters had predicted.
Stop Animal Exploitation Now has filed a complaint against Pitt for violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act in Pitt research labs.
Applicants whose projects are chosen will receive the value of $2,000. Two projects deemed most worthy will receive another $1,000 each.
Catholics in the Diocese of Greesnburg celebrated Bishop Lawrence Brandt's 10th anniversary as their bishop on Sunday.
They are discouraging people from using resources such as payday loans and check-cashing businesses.