Under the ruling, the daughter and son of the late Richard Mellon Scaife would receive detailed records of his newspapers.
Robert Franzino will serve 6 ½ years followed by probation and will have to register as a sex offender.
A carriage agreement between Dish Network and Hearst Television — WTAE’s parent company — expires Wednesday at midnight.
Light-rail vehicles are running “off-schedule” Tuesday morning due to a malfunctioning rail switch, the Port Authority said.
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Currently, DEP inspectors oversees 149 public water systems each — a workload the department says is double the national average.
The Priory owner expands his empire, joining in a North Side bank’s renovation and buying the Westinghouse Castle, The Mansions on Fifth.
When Shehe Muya heard last week that his uncle had been severely beaten, he left home in Arizona and started a 30-hour drive to Pittsburgh.
The ruling is a victory for the students, who were suing in order to use the facilities that matched their gender identity.
Catherine Grier, who also pleaded to abusing the corpse, stabbed her mother to death on June 16 at their East Pittsburgh apartment.
Beginning next Monday, constituents of U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey can find his office in Suite 1440 of the Grant Building, 310 Grant Street.
Harrison Marshman Jr. pleaded guilty in June in the death of his girlfriend’s son, Josiah Taylor, who was playing with the defendant’s gun.
Rick Saccone called Democratic Sen. Bob Casey "a remnant of that liberal philosophy" that Mr. Saccone said has helped create a "mess."
Pennsylvania health officials say the budget shortfall that would be created by reduced federal spending would be impossible to fill.
Brandon Leer had originally been charged with aggravated assault but the charge was upgraded Monday following his daughter’s October death.
East Lacock Street on the North Shore will be closed between Federal and Sandusky streets while crews repair a recurring sink hole problem.
Domestic programs and foreign aid would absorb a 10 percent, $54 billion cut — decreases that would match the military increase.
Police said the two were among four suspects who called for a cab with the intent of robbing the driver.
Steel City Stonewall Democrats choose Mayor Bill Peduto over his challengers, the Rev. John Welch and city Councilwoman Darlene Harris.
Not only did Mr. Dickman test out skydiving for the first time at age 90, but he also learned to ride a motorcycle.
Recent penalty against Forbes Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare was one sign of Health Department getting tougher on facilities.
Under PennDOT Connects, the transportation agency will talk with local officials and residents before designing road and bridge projects.
Doctors and healthcare workers ask Marcellus Shale Coalition to stop opposing regulation of unhealthy drilling emissions.
AARP says changing the “age band rating” could make health insurance unaffordable for those 50-64.
At risk is the Legal Services Corporation, which helps funds cases involving domestic violence PFAs, child custody, evictions and shut-offs.
The reported attack on Ramadhan Mohamed, 31, has left the local Muslim community “a little tense,” an imam said after Mr. Mohamed’s burial.
A Greene County man is in jail Sunday in connection with an alleged assault on a police officer.
A woman was called by an alleged computer software company requesting money for a service that would prevent a "malware" attack.
The Christian-themed non-profit announces it will be closing because its sales are no longer able “to sustain our business.”
Authorities have not yet listed a cause and manner of death for John Ross, 60, or the cause of the crash.
Lungs at Work, a clinic in McMurray, provides health care and legal services to coal miners at a time when benefits are under threat.
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After riders raised concern about racial profiling to check transit fares, Port Authority said that won’t be part of its enforcement plan.
At around 10:30 a.m., the weather service at Pittsburgh International Airport reported a temperature of 73, then 76 at 3 p.m.
Ellen McLean led the authority through a tough financial period, but the agency now wants someone with more public transit experience.
The attack had put members of the local Somali Bantu community on edge.
Bettman said he was confident Saturday’s Stadium Series game won’t be significantly impacted by the unseasonable weather in the region.
After Monday morning, the ramp will then close again, around-the-clock, through April 6.
William Copeland, a Uniontown native and World War II veteran, worked for 36 years as an executive at what is now PNC Financial Services.
“I need to focus on other things, like college acceptances and all that other fun stuff that a senior is supposed to be thinking about.”
“We had a very respectful exchange with the senator,” said Jill Helbling, one of those organizing weekly “Tuesday with Toomey” protests.
The announcement of the task force coincides with release of a study on preschool education in Pittsburgh.
Allegheny County chapter of Senior Environment Corps is being formed for those ages 55 and older.
Some people may think taxidermy is a dying art, but not in Pennsylvania, which has a robust hunting and fishing culture.
The cost adds up to about $234 per person annually, nearly 10 times the $25-per-person fee Tom Wolf has proposed charging municipalities.
Sean Logan of Plum steps down from the turnpike commission, only to immediately quintuple his salary by joining the gaming board.
Michael C. Alberty, 57, of Washington was charged with theft by deception, and other offenses.
Allegheny County police said they arrested William Hoston in the fatal shooting of Jihad Cromer, 17, of McKees Rocks.
A schools official said the league and team each donated $15,000 to Clay County High School.
Unseasonably warm weather — and a wider availability of food — means deer are not expected to use the municipality’s baiting stations.