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The terms of the agreement contain specific conditions Lyft must adhere to before the permission takes effect.
The camera, which had been up since December 2013, was removed in September after the fledging of three eaglets.
The charges filed in Pittsburgh allege Ryan A. Gustafson, 27, was involved in spreading about $2 million in fake money.
If music is your thing, you can pick up the 15-track CD “Chanukah Is Tops!” by Jewish recording artist Paul Zim.
Cuban-Americans, experts and advocates discuss the impact of President Obama’s announcement on Cuba.
The Goodfellows Fund is a Pittsburgh holiday tradition that dates to 1947.
The next filings in the case, which will be responses by Richard Mellon Scaife’s son and daughter, are due Jan. 16.
Troy Anderson, 25, of Comrie Avenue, was among 35 people rounded up in March 2013 following a wiretap investigation by an FBI task force.
“Hansel & Gretel,” a fairy tale for grown-ups, is one idea for the holidays.
You can brighten the holidays for underprivileged children with a donation to Goodfellows.
An indictment unsealed today charges ex-Freedom Industries presidents Gary Southern and Dennis P. Farrell.
The H-1B program: Is America shortchanging itself, or are we exploiting foreign-born students?
The Richard King Mellon Foundation today awarded the grants for technology upgrades.
The crews were called to investigate a hissing sound coming from a tanker car in Norfolk Southern’s Conway yard about 5:35 p.m..
Christina Cassotis will oversee operations at Pittsburgh International in Findlay and the Allegheny County Airport in West Mifflin.
A trustee for Richard Mellon Scaife funds claimed in court filings that the publisher’s children didn’t challenge depletion of trust.
Despite a new medical provider, Corizon, at Allegheny County Jail, six inmates have died in custody this year.
U.S. District Judge Arthur Schwab issued the opinion in a criminal case involving a Honduran man who re-entered the country illegally.
One inmate says jail medical staff delayed testing a chest mass for weeks while another said a nurse performed surgery to remove wrist pins.
From “Sons of Anarchy” rings to books on “Downton Abbey,” there are plenty of options for television buffs.
Zoo officials said workers are putting in a new transformer at Safari Plaza to support a new restaurant, which is to open this spring.
Christina Cassotis, a former Boston aviation consultant, has been named CEO of the Allegheny County Airport Authority.
They fell 6.7 cents to an average of $2.85, the biggest weekly drop since prices started dropping in September.
Mark Patrick Flaherty, who quit to run for executive four years ago, will challenge Chelsa Wagner for the Democratic nomination.
Christmas will be special for children at the Robinson center, thanks in part to the generosity of Post-Gazette readers.
District Justice Anthony Saveikis threw out the charges against the drivers after they agreed to discontinue pick-ups at the airport.
Whether they’re training for a marathon or hoofing it to stay in shape, they can benefit from the latest gear and accessories.
The Bible is inconclusive. Some contend animals lack the will to choose right or wrong. Others say that makes them candidates for heaven.
Richard Champion, 35, of Ligonier, had been a part-time officer in Fayette County for eight months.
News Analysis: Two weeks away from a divorce, UPMC wants to keep its Highmark patients; Highmark says it’s keeping 80 percent of UPMC docs.
Vondra Henderson moved to the Pittsburgh area from Tennessee, and hers is the type of family helped by the Goodfellows Fund at Christmas.
The Toys for Tots program will hold open houses this week to distribute toys to parents and guardians of needy children.
Fresh popcorn, memorabilia, DVDs and gift cards are just a few options for the film buff on your gift list.
Walter G. Meyer visits sailors aboard the USS Somerset, surrounded by reminders of the Flight 93 heroes
Law enforcement agencies throughout Pennsylvania have used the military surplus program to acquire guns, underwear and armored vehicles.
A Brownsville police officer spotted a man with an active warrant, Travis Musgrave, 40, about 11:44 p.m. Friday.
Monroeville council voted against allowing excavation needed for the Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Inc. to expand its temple.
Included in legislation to extend tax breaks is a measure that would raise the diesel fuel tax barge operators pay.
You can make Christmas a happy day for an underprivileged child. Donate to the Goodfellows Fund.
Help the hunter or angler on your gift list to gear up right with something new under the tree since they can never have enough stuff.
Vladislav Miftakhov, 19, of Altoona, was sentenced today to two years in federal prison for making bombs in his apartment.
A court hearing on Aetna's request to stop Highmark from canceling Aetna's contract with Jefferson Hospital was heard in Harrisburg.
Controller Chelsa Wagner asked the Sports & Exhibition Authority board to cooperate with her as she tries to review the authority’s books.
Trooper Robin Mungo said a search warrant had been served on the driver, who contacted state police to say his vehicle had hit something.
Find the perfect present for that person in your life who is always on the go.
Icy road conditions this morning on Route 422 in Kittanning led to a head on crash that killed Mary Ann Shaffer, 56.
Police said Carol Lee Sells of Apollo was crossing Warren Avenue when she was struck by a car driven by Michael Quinn of Monroeville.
The men have been indicted in federal court in connection with the distribution of drugs in Pittsburgh supplied from California and Arizona.
Nine alumni-elected trustees have called a special meeting Monday to persuade the school to join a lawsuit against the NCAA.
The Allegheny County Airport Authority is looking at scheduling another open house sometime in the spring.