Police are now investigating the truck driver’s claims that he lost his brakes at the intersection of Routes 8 and 288.
The FOP claims the Pittsburgh police chief violated municipal code by appearing in uniform at a campaign event.
The ramp, from southbound Route 28, has been closed since April 25 for reconstruction work and wall repairs.
DA says initial reports indicate the husband shot his wife before turning a gun onto himself inside their Darlington house.
The North Side facility gets one star out of five for safety of care, readmissions and patient experience.
The settlement, in which UPMC admits no liability, resolves several allegations brought in federal court in Pittsburgh in 2012.
Jennie Scaife received nothing following the death in 2014 of her father, Richard Mellon Scaife, as she was not mentioned in his 2013 will.
Rachel Lynn Howze is charged with obstructing an investigation by passing information to sister of drug suspect.
Lawsuit alleges that the park’s owner failed to notify residents that they were entitled to compensation for relocation assistance.
Alex Hribal was to have faced trial Aug. 1 in Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court, but the case has been postponed to Oct. 3.
Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission's top officers voted against the capital plan and now every project is being reviewed for cost and need.
Manchester Academic, Urban Academy of Greater Pittsburgh, Urban Pathways K-5 and Urban Pathways 6-12 say the district violated state law.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says state is lax in ensuring facilities provide sufficient nurses, aides to care for patients.
Oil, gas, and coal company struggles with low commodity prices but cuts costs to compensate.
Somerset County resort, near the Flight 93 National Memorial, is for sale.
The singer gets a nod for her collaboration with The Chainsmokers.
The charter schools are suing Pittsburgh Public Schools, saying the board violated Pa. law by voting to renew for one year instead of five.
Mayor Bill Peduto said it "will help heal one of Pittsburgh's worst efforts at urban renewal" and help redevelop the Civic Arena site.
Derrick Hampton, 22, of Turtle Creek faces charges that include attempted homicide in July 23 home invasion in which a woman was shot.
The German plastics maker with North American headquarters in Robinson said sales fell by 6.9 percent on lower prices for raw materials.
Pennsylvania health officials expect no increases in overall Zika testing volumes or in confirmed cases as a result of the change.
The Pittsburgh specialty metals producer said the loss would have been $11 million larger if not for a one-time tax benefit.
This is the first time that the ACLU of West Virginia has gotten involved in a police shooting in the state.
Dylan, 7, and Nicholas Taylor, 12, died in the fast-moving blaze that trapped them on the third floor of their Sorrell Street home.
According to emergency dispatchers, the incident happened around 10 a.m. at the airport in West Mifflin
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning this afternoon for western Allegheny County, according to an alert issued
Mr. Parsons was the ABC affiliate’s assistant news director and investigative reporter for 15 years.
An Allegheny County Common Pleas Court judge sentences Constance Carey to jail in the slaying of Deontay Hamilton in Braddock last year.
The Campbells Run Road work is scheduled to be completed by next spring.
The National Council of Jewish Women sponsored the event where 500 children in need selected new school clothes, shoes and supplies.
Officials from the Port Authority and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 85 say contract talks are making progress behind the scenes.
One-time music impresario Pat McArdle is campaigning to have the Greenfield Bridge renamed for self-taught artist and laborer.
Citiparks’ Cinema in the Parks, Poetry readings, Squirrel Hillbillies perform in Schenley Park, Health fair in Lincoln-Lemington and more...
At Pitt, a faculty or staff member who learns about a case of assault or harassment must report the incident to the Title IX Office.
A thunderstorm dropped about ½ inch of rain in about 20 minutes this afternoon bringing and knocking out power for some.
A 63-year-old man died Sunday afternoon in a motorcycle crash on the Wilkinsburg exit of the Parkway East, state police said.
Monica Brown of Carrick arrested in stabbing death of her brother on Saturday.
A man opens fire on a group that was having an argument.
Some of those rescued from the flooded mine recalled their 77 hours underground on the anniversary of the disaster.
Designation of Fallingwater and nine other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings on World Heritage List is put on hold by U.N. committee.
Non-profit Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh sends its crews and volunteers to repair old housing stock for homeowners in need.
James Bongiorni, 68, of Burgettstown was held for court on a single count of homicide today by District Judge Traci L. McDonald in Cecil.
Police said Joshua Wesley McKelvey, 18, of East McKeesport was a volunteer firefighter with United Fire/Rescue 135.
All outbound/eastbound traffic will continue to exit via the 10th Street Bridge detour.
The North Shore-based publisher of the Tribune-Review said it expects about 100 of 400 employees who are eligible to take the buyout offer.
Patients infected by an employee who stole fentanyl are suing UPMC and a staffing agency for failing to report the thefts.
Former governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld are on the Libertarian ticket, and said the dislike of major-party candidates gives them a shot.
The local scholars are among approximately 7,300 selected nationwide.
The group, which gathered at Wood Street and Liberty Avenue, blocked traffic during the nearly hour-long event.
No money was taken, as police continue to search for the suspect.