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The health giant says 31 percent of its revenue comes from Highmark reimbursement payments.
“Sometimes you need to learn from your mistakes,” said Scott Perry, a deputy secretary for the Pennsylvania DEP.
Historians and political experts say “anti-business” sentiment is unlikely to translate into votes for this fall’s congressional midterms.
A Danish lawyer is looking to start a new life in Pittsburgh with his fiancee.
Members of the St. Paul Baptist Church gathered at a community center following a blaze Friday that destroyed their church, built in 1874.
The Allegheny County Health Department will hold 13 public meetings for the public to provide input on health issues.
The recommendation would apply only to cyclists, snowmobilers and equestrians.
Drillers are trying to keep problems under the radar.
PennDOT will pick a private-sector team that will replace hundreds of structurally deficient bridges in the state.
A domestic disturbance Saturday afternoon in Edgeworth ended with a man’s death, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Officials hope to use the statistics to help enforcement.
Emergency supervisors were unsure if other vehicles were involved in the incident and could not provide the extent of the victim's injuries.
Authorities said the spill into Little Mingo Creek appeared to be contained Saturday, two days after it was discovered.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton is ramping up a team — backed by the FBI — whose focus will be fighting crime in the medical industry.
It took responders almost half an hour to extract him from the heavy machinery.
Exactly a month after its pastor of 43 years died, the oldest church in Oakmont was destroyed by fire.
The report from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services sheds light on the population that makes up the Allegheny County Jail.
A national conference is being held in Green Tree to help organizations eliminate health disparities among African immigrants and refugees.
Pennsylvania Turnpike will be closed in both directions between the Butler Valley and Allegheny Valley exits for five hours.
State police said Randy Shipley, 60, was found dead inside 105 Crums Lane once firefighters contained the blaze.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike between Butler Valley and Allegheny Valley exits will be closed in both directions for five hours.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald announced a promotion features park scenes on bottles of Colteryahn Dairy iced-tea lemonade.
Dollar Bank holds a $7.9 million mortgage on the building and wants to recoup the entire amount.
For many Pittsburgh-area Scots, pride, history were involved in decision.
The money is part of a proposed $100,000 settlement the government agreed to pay to settle a suit brought in June 2011 by Gary Adams.
Post-Gazette reporter Moriah Balingit and photographer Julia Rendleman traveled to eastern Nepal to report on lives of Bhutanese refugees.
Due to production delays, some Pittsburgh Post-Gazette customers did not receive a paper this morning.
A train was having mechanical issues at the Gateway Center subway station and in Washington County by a jack-knifed tractor trailer on I-79.
The county Health Department director said the CDC has no confirmed cases of Enterovirus D68 in the region.
The metro area ranks last among the 25 largest U.S. cities, the Census Bureau reports.
Range Resources will pay the penalty to settle violations related to six Marcellus Shale gas drilling and fracking wastewater impoundments.
A proposal would provide give representation to students, faculty and the alumni association but also keep the nine alumni board members.
The department says Auditor Eugene Depasquale is “succumbing to political tactics.”
Raymond Pope, 4, is believed to have been abducted by Radford Pope, his non-custodial father, after the pair went to the movies Sept. 10.
The $64,657 worth of donations ranged from paper to microscopes.
Earl Hill tells County Council he is in the process of making changes to the county’s juvenile detention center.
Non-profit school says it is changing its name to better reflect its impact on workforce development.
Alex Hribal, 16, will remain in the physical custody of the Westmoreland County sheriff’s office at all times.
More than 150 VFW members took part Tuesday in a wreath-laying at Pitt to mark the 100th birthday of the veterans’ group.
The reviews come after two human rights groups found substantial cancer rates at SCI Fayette, built next to a fly ash dump.
Retirement brings all kinds of fulfilling options, once you’re tired of watching TV.
Officials say the policy is meant to improve employees’ health rather than exact punishment.
Tekulve fell ill with heart failure from blocked coronary arteries on Christmas Eve, and had the transplant surgery on Sept. 5.
The university will leave another 14 vacant positions unfilled.
As part of the deal, UPMC will invest $70 million to develop services at Jameson’s 25 facilities.
Eleven jurors begin their 21st hour of deliberations this morning in the case of a black Millvale man whom police shot and paralyzed.
Leon Ford was also charged with reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and escape, but the jury was deadlocked on those charges.
Workers will install water and sewer lines along Hulton Road on the Oakmont side of the Allegheny River.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has expanded from two to three stakes (regional groupings) in the Pittsburgh area.
Metaphysical pursuits brought Ruth Lorena Krauss here 10 years ago.