In Somerset Friday, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke to a friendly crowd of local Democratic activists who needed no convincing.
The theft ring involved more than 60 incidents targeting nearly a dozen stores in the Pittsburgh area.
Prep work will take place occur from 8 tonight through 5 a.m. Monday when the inbound Liberty Bridge and Tunnel will close to traffic.
The EF-0 tornado touched down near Renfrew in Butler County, according to the Weather Service.
A new school year means updated facilities, new leadership and heightened security, including armed guards at some schools.
The Allegheny County Parks Department has announced the schedule for the end of the 2016 swimming season, weather and conditions permitting.
Akhil Mishra, 72, of Indiana Township, has 90 days to return to India, where his wife, Rajeshwari, was previously deported.
Officials would like more flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Seattle, where there is little or no nonstop from Pittsburgh.
The university says benefits will include “behavioral health support, medications such as hormones, and surgery.”
Everyone is responsible for fighting the “scourge” of sexual assault, according to the U.S. senator.
Judge re-instructs the jury after they pass a note claiming “deliberations are stalled due to arguments being made without factual support.
In a vote made today, union delegates decide to give its membership a vote in whether to authorize a strike for the 14 state-owned schools.
Before doctors introduce a narcotic, they must now check the patient’s drug history, or potentially face discipline.
A Singapore company is expected to roll out self-driving taxis to pick up passengers beginning today.
The chair of the nonprofit that has helped people with disabilities in Allegheny County get services said funding changes caused its demise.
A study released by the Kauffman Foundation shows the region last among 40 metro markets according to the rate new businesses are created.
St. Clair CEO James Collins said the partnership will give doctors and administrators access to Mayo’s best hospital management practices.
West Virginia and Kentucky saw the greatest impact from federal funds, but some Pennsylvania projects got the green light, too.
The jury closes its second day of deliberations for Wilkinsburg woman accused of suffocating her 3-year-old daughter.
Lawyer representing 17 people injured during the show says the rappers and the venue didn’t take precautions to keep concertgoers safe.
Governor says the Division of Charter Schools will ensure schools are being “properly supported, but that they are being held accountable.”
The streets will be paved at no additional cost to taxpayers, due to lower costs incurred on other projects.
Officers for Three Rivers Center for Independent Living won’t explain cuts and what the future holds for the Pittsburgh organization.
The House Transportation Committee took testimony in Pittsburgh on Tuesday regarding additional train service from Pittsburgh.
The transportation study released today said both extensions would bridge marginalized communities and build jobs.
Dyran Davenport, 21, who faces one count of homicide, was allegedly implicated by the victim on a police officer’s body camera.
Ismael Dominguez is charged with homicide by vehicle and involuntary manslaughter in the multi-vehicle crash.
The victim, an innocent bystander, was shot in the ankle and sustained a “minor” wound.
The move will allow all machines to read EMV or chip cards and meet a deadline to avoid fraud liability with card issuers.
The game against Houston starts at 12:35 p.m. but the lots and garages will be off limits to cash-paying customers.
Nine Allegheny County residents and 82 people statewide have been diagnosed with the virus since early this year.
Lane restrictions and traffic shifts will continue to occur as needed as crews work to finish work in the construction zone.
Rachel Lynn Howze, who was based in Pittsburgh, is guilty of leaking information to the sister of a drug suspect.
Police say the man robbed a Dollar Bank branch in a shopping center on Walsh Road.
Allegheny County police said they believe Antonio Troutman was shot after two groups interacted just off Penn Avenue near Wendy’s.
Pennsylvania environmental regulators have fined Consol and a pipeline company partly owned by Consol for deviating from the permitted path.
Attila Domos sets unofficial distance mark for 24-hour stint aboard hand-cranked cycle.
Steven E. Farmer’s educational approach has been shaped by personal experience.
Alzheimer’s foundation is pushing wider availability of memory tests while Pitt center offers comprehensive dementia evaluations for some.
The MLK mural project in violation of state rules, but its director said paperwork for proper registration is pending.
Collaborative art project breaks down as artists squabble over alterations and artistic visions.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation will offer free, self-guided tours of the old Allegheny County Jail Museum at 440 Ross St.
Police said an Amtrak train struck a man and a woman early Sunday near Route 65 in Ambridge. Both died instantly.
Applicants tell the Allegheny County sheriff’s office that terrorist attacks are the reason for the dramatic increase.
Chatham students and an instructor contribute local data to a larger study of moths and their relationship with climate change.
Federal case here against Cuban national came out of stolen tax forms from 62,000 UPMC employees.
For some, candidate character or economic issues surpass traditional battleground issues.
A Civil War re-enactors’ dream battlefield won’t be used this year as Perryopolis Parks and Recreation Authority cancels Pioneer Days.
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The remains of Ronald Bettig, a 56-year-old associate professor of media studies at Penn State, were found Thursday.