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Allegheny County residents dominated another meeting of county council as many spoke for and against a plan to drill for gas at the park.
The shareholder proposal would have studied how companies in PNC's lending portfolio impact climate change.
The findings from a recent phone poll show that most voters believe public schools should get more state money.
FirstEnergy is reassessing seismic risks for its Beaver Valley nuclear reactors in Shippingport, Beaver County.
Neighborhood Allies has hired Presley Gillespie, a nationally recognized community builder, as its first president.
Attorneys hoping to overturn Pennsylvania's law file a motion saying the state has presented no case in its defense.
The new drug stabilizes the symptoms of a rare and fatal form of muscular dystrophy known as Duchenne.
Average retail gasoline prices in Pittsburgh have risen 4.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.72 a gallon yesterday.
FBI's new Pittsburgh chief faced immediate crisis at Franklin Regional
Aaron Goempel was dying eggs with his girlfriend when the argument began. It ended with him in jail.
Many are preparing for a major celebration next Sunday, when Pope Francis presides at the canonization of John Paul II and John XXIII.
RiverQuest plans to make a decision by the end of June.
Four people have been hit and killed by freight trains in the Pittsburgh area in the past month.
Health care providers across the nation have been targeted by cybercriminals.
The Stations of the Cross comprise a traditional devotion that re-creates the final hours of Jesus' life.
Tim Ludwig says Councilman Nicholas Futules -- who has a gas lease elsewhere -- shouldn't participate in the Deer Lakes drilling discussion.
A state Department of Environmental Protection spokeswoman confirmed that Range Resources discovered the leak during an inspection this
Ralph Skundrich also faces trial on similar charges in Butler County on June 11.
The new rules propose technology that the groups say is inferior to the equipment at the majority of power plants in the state.
A group of people from the business, medical, governmental, religious and nonprofit communities will take on the opiate overdose epidemic.
Some county offices are closed or will be closing early today in observance of Good Friday.
Three teens and a 41-year-old woman are killed in the collision on Route 156. Three other adults are hospitalized.
The Women's Law Project with the Office for Civil Rights targets 9 state universities in a legal complaint.
“Be a friend. Be a friend of Jesus. Make friends for Jesus,” the bishop writes in a letter encouraging evangelism.
Dubbed the Working Group on Addiction: Prevention, Intervention, Treatment and Recovery, the 18-member group first met April 7.
Jared Boger, 17, one of four students still being hospitalized, is "doing well," his mother said.
In violation of the law, an Ohio doctor was compensated for directing patients to two sites where he practiced medicine.
The medical examiner's office says the partial remains found Tuesday belong to a man in his 30s or 40s, who is still unidentified.
A reconfigured group of trustees wants a judge to let it oversee the historic 122-year-old amusement park in Crawford County.
Over five years, the impediment to work is a lack of jobs, not a lack of skills, economists say.
Three other people were injured in the crash that happened Wednesday night on Route 156.
The president and vice president came to highlight the need for educating people and getting them back on the job.
The sophomore was charged with disorderly conduct after recording an incident on his iPad mini.
Kylee Barletto, 26, will be given credit for the 339 days she's served toward a 5- to 10-year sentence in prison and must pay a $725 fine.
Gone Country at the Firehouse Lounge is the 45th establishment closed for not paying the 7 percent tax on all alcoholic drinks.
The accused are two Washington County men, a Latrobe woman and a dentist based in Robinson.
Students returned to school the morning after residents, parents and alumni braved the chilly weather for a community candlelight event.
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.