Despite predictions of swarms and nighttime noise, the insect has been mostly absent in the city.
Authorities said some areas in the state were "probably looking at flooding that's going to be the worst in 100 years."
The General Assembly also approved a Pittsburgh-sponsored measure to help African-American males.
A lane will be closed on the Liberty Bridge in each direction from 8 p.m. Friday night to 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
The parties worked late into the evening to reach a negotiated agreement.
Catholic leader cites killings in Orlando, Wilkinsburg, and Charleston.
Clients at Pittsburgh investment advisory firms seemed to keep their composure amidst the haze of uncertainty and plunging stock prices.
A conference at the the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square is highlighting strategies for fighting opioid overuse.
Akhil Mishra, who owned Giggles on Smithfield Street, will join his wife in India after pleading guilty in federal court.
While Pittsburgh’s bid fell short, the Department of Transportation said it “will help (the city) carry through on” its proposals.
The session will focus on producing legislative solutions to the ongoing problem.
The Upper St. Clair Republican’s legislation would make it easier for caregivers to access treatment plans of violent patients.
The Mt. Lebanon hospital took the action ”out of an abundance of caution,” according to a spokesman.
Route 51 will close from Corliss Street to the West End Circle beginning at 8 tonight for paving work.
Allegheny County police charged Cheron Shelton and Robert Thomas with shooting five adults and an unborn child March 9 in Wilkinsburg.
Fish, Chicken & More was cited for numerous food safety violations and for operating without a permit.
The Energy Grid Research and Infrastructure Development Institute will promote off-campus efforts to modernize the power grid.
There are nearly 14,000 people in Pennsylvania with intellectual disabilities on a waiting list to receive services from the state.
In Pennsylvania, about 48 percent of girls have completed the three-shot HPV series, and only 26 percent of boys, according to the CDC.
The alert — in effect from 11 p.m. tonight through 11 a.m. Thursday — covers Allegheny, Beaver, Greene, Fayette, Washington and
The news is the latest round of cutbacks at the struggling Downtown-based ,for-profit company Education Management Corp.
Ray Howland pleads guilty for the attempted tryst while on business trip in Pittsburgh.
Oishii Bento in Oakland and Uptown Diner in Hampton were cited for multiple food safety violations.
Also, the inbound (eastbound) Fort Pitt Tunnel will close overnight for construction work this week.
County council on Tuesday approved a cooperation with the Steel Valley, Turtle Creek Valley and Twin Rivers councils of government.
The Allegheny County Volunteer Firefighter’s Association’s convention began with a hose-handling contest. It was wet, but no washout.
Port Authority CEO Ellen McLean said an officer will be trained in mental health first aid. After that, the officer will be able to train
Abby Lee Miller indicates she will admit to bankruptcy fraud and related offenses next Monday.
Medical waste was mixed with municipal waste and dumped illegally, landfill operators say.
Sisters allege diocese covered up for abusive priest for decades.
Legislation seeks equal protection for LGBT residents in Pennsylvania.
The vehicle allegedly used in the rape had been found weeks earlier burned on Riffle Hollow Road in German Township.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute leading the event as an immersive training tool to deal with post-explosion scene.
Woman accused of drowning sons is deemed incompetent to stand trial
David Angle will be sentenced on a single count of voluntary manslaughter.
LOOP designed to help 15,000 retailers save money by streamlining the process of ordering wine and spirits.
Edward McDonald, accused of setting a fire that caused $2 million in damages, will be sentenced on Sept. 15.
The Pennsylvania Republican is labeled a member of the “Dirty Dozen” for his record on clean air and water protections.
The lawyer for PSU says ”complying with the subpoena would require the university to breach ... assurances of confidentiality.”
Muslims observing their holy month of Ramadan abstain from food and water from first light to sundown — a challenge on the summer solstice.
Robert Thomas, who hasn’t been charged in the fatal March shootings, is being held in an unrelated 2013 case.
Abby Lee Miller, who already is facing charges of bankruptcy fraud, is now charged with money laundering.
Emergency repairs to a bridge deck between Bedford and Somerset could create line of traffic 10-15 miles long.
Police say Dino McGrosky, 51, stabbed a 36-year-old man in an apartment building on Monroeville Boulevard.
The class, all of whom received their new assignments, is the academy’s second since allegations of cheating were raised.
Harrison Marshman shot his girlfriend’s 2-year-old son in the chest at his Allegheny Dwellings apartment.
Duquesne Light Co. wants its customers — and prospective employees — to take notice of its willingness to embrace new technology.
The bridge that carries Pine Creek Road is closed through Sept. 13 for a widening project. Detours are posted.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took the hands-on approach at his two-day camp for 400 youths at Bethel Park High School.
Next 3 Days, a festival by the city, the URA and NEXTPittsburgh, puts investment spotlight on neighborhood in need of stabilization.