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The Wilkinsburg district is set to meet officials of Pittsburgh Public Schools, also a bordering district, later this month.
Containers — multicolored units that look like railroad boxcars without the wheels — aren’t typically shipped on rivers. That may change.
By night, the House Transportation chairman wined and dined a top airline lobbyist whose employer was a big campaign donor.
The space-collectibles sale includes a strap with moon dust, a spacesuit and a Gemini 4 checklist for the first U.S. space walk.
A real estate agent trusted his designer to create a rustic, open space on the second floor of a row house in Bloomfield.
A 9-year-old Mercer County girl was flown to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC after she was shot with a 12-gauge shotgun.
April showers usher out KDKA-TV retiring meteorologist Dennis Bowman.
The order follows an appeals court ruling that had ruled the government could enforce the mandates in the Roman Catholic dioceses.
The candidates clash on who would allow politics to sully the controller’s office.
The Port Authority has 49 park-n-ride lots, some of which it owns and some that are owned by private entities.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton will lead the group along with Mary Lou Leary, of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
The House Transportation chairman acknowledged dating the vice president of government affairs for Airlines for America.
Many rural communities would capitalize on the annual influx of opening day anglers.
About 22,000 seedlings will be planted today and Saturday at the site in Stonycreek Township.
Dormont police responded to one call for a suspected heroin overdose on McNeilly Road about 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.
The Secret Service says the public can help stop counterfeiters by paying attention to the details of U.S. currency.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority says the Monongahela Wharf will have 400 of its 458 parking spaces available Friday morning.
The wardens will be checking whether dogs three months or older have a license and owners without a license could face a fine up to $300.
Andre Robinson, 20, was reported missing by his family last month.
Charles P. McCullough is charged with taking money from Shirley Jordan, an elderly woman for whom he had power of attorney.
A UPMC professor publishes commentary in JAMA Psychiatry study showing that type 2 diabetes and depression raise the risk of dementia.
The Philadelphia VA manipulated data to conceal problems and caused veterans to wait 10 months to respond to pension inquiries.
The body was identified by authorities as that of Michael Davila, who slipped and fell into a waterfall while having his picture taken.
Two deaths were part of a spike in suspected heroin overdoses Tuesday in Pittsburgh that were both fatal and non-fatal.
The same men may have held up the Citizens Bank on Route 8, the Huntington Bank on McKnight Road and the First Niagara Bank on Babcock
The controversial law allows groups like the National Rifle Association to sue over local gun laws that go beyond Act 192.
The inflatable water slide as long as three football fields will be set up in South Park’s Sunny Side Slope.
The county controller’s salary is almost certain to be an issue during this year’s election season.
From 1991 to 2003, prosecutors said, Terrance Cole of Hazelwood distributed 5,500 pounds of cocaine with a street value of $100 million.
It is the first of six weekend closures that will be part of the continuing $72.8 million reconstruction project.
The Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh said this afternoon that 275 of the 458 spaces at the wharf will be open Wednesday.
The nine-member commission is required by the county's home rule charter to review how government is working every 10 years.
Marcus Taylor bought or tried to buy merchandise with $4,000 in fake money at 23 Pittsburgh retail stores in 2012 with two co-conspirators.
David Jamison will take over for departing President Gregory Dell’Omo, who is leaving to become president of Rider University.
The Western Pennsylvania lawmakers say the attorney general should examine the failed Lawrence County racetrack deal.
Mark Foerster will head the commission that spends the next year examining the function of Allegheny County government.
Yanlai Wu seeks perfection in dance — it's what made her and Yanlai Dance Academy successful — but she found it doesn’t always work here.
Charles P. McCullough, who also is an attorney, was charged six years ago with abusing his power of attorney to misspend a client’s money.
The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests will be harder in some areas as they adapt to the state’s new Common Core standards.
GasBuddy's survey of 731 gas stations in the area found Pittsburghers paying more than the national average of $2.39 per gallon.
Fans got an early start this morning, streaming into the North Shore but causing traffic tie-ups throughout Downtown and beyond.
Siva Marie Stewart, 22, of Connellsville was killed on March 31, 2014, struck by a tractor-trailer after she got out of a vehicle on I-70.
Timothy Melvin Haskell, who has at times lived in New Castle according to court records, was charged with prohibited acts.
Prosecutors said Patrick Andrews was already serving 35 years to life for two murders, when he and another prisoner stabbed an inmate.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “Deep Down Dark” opens Pittsburgh’s Literary Evenings, Monday Night at the Lectures on Sept. 21.
The Public Parking Authority said it hopes to be able to open a portion of the wharf Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh native has become a high-profile advocate for mental health care and uses football as his platform.
“This is my biggest wish, that all religious groups are coming together and making music and understanding each other,” Mr. Honeck says.
Ten Democratic mayors took their party’s state legislators to task Friday.
Job fairs kicks off city’s 2015 summer youth workforce development program.