Senate Republicans threaten, then call off a planned vote to override Gov.Wolf’s veto of a short-term bill.
Spokeswoman says 2026 deadline impossible, especially as it tries to satisfy greener, not “grayer” approach.
The city’s financial picture has improved enough for it to be removed from state’s Act 47 program.
Police say the man took off with money after claiming the case he was carrying contained a bomb.
Police say a man admitted to shooting another man as he tried to dive out of a car window.
The Port Authority said the incline had a problem with its doors this morning and that shuttle buses were being used.
Authorities said the suspects targeted 14 businesses in Allegheny, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland counties last year.
Dan Harding has developed software that compares health plans, which could be helpful during the open enrollment periods now underway.
The Heinz Endowments hopes new data will reverse the trend in “one of the most segregated metropolitan communities in the country.”
The budget is the largest in the district’s history and $3.1 million more than the 2015 budget.
Fee structure needed to make special education affordable to districts, keep AIU centers operational
Allegheny Intermediate Unit’s director says a new model -- one that does not require it to absorb deficits -- is needed.
After arriving on scene, firefighters entered the building and rescued two men who had burns and were suffering from smoke inhalation.
Mr. McCullough's new defense attorney for his sentencing, Megan Will, said she will withdraw the motion today at her client's request.
“It’s definitely the coldest start that we’ve had this fall,” said John Delaney, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Moon.
Santino Achille admits that he and others submitted loan applications to lenders that contained false information.
Bill would make that exemption unless otherwise ordered by courts.
Also, Parkway East will close for a second weekend, which will begin at 10 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4, and run through 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6.
Jennifer Hebert, a Shady Side graduate, will pursue post-graduate studies at Oxford University.
Respondents in a recent survey fell into three fairly equal categories: Limiters, Enablers and Mentors.
Lewis “Jim” Fogle was wrongfully convicted for a 1976 murder, spending 34 of his 64 years in prison.
The once-foul Olentangy, bisecting Ohio State's campus, has become a “living laboratory” through group efforts.
Experts are constantly revising their recommendations when it comes to young people and screened devices such as smart phones, tablets, etc.
Rob Rogers, the PG’s editorial cartoonist, has won the Berryman Award for Editorial Cartooning, given by the National Press Foundation.
Teachers union officials say they may take legal action against those responsible for leaving dead animals at picket lines.
Old churches provide aesthetics and space for spirited new uses.
A judicial expert said that the case— against Judge Lester G. Nauhaus should have been heard by a judge from outside Allegheny County.
Several dozen people gathered at the Wood Street T station this morning before moving en masse to the monthly Port Authority board meeting.
Chuck McCullough faces charges of false swearing, obstruction of justice, perjury and unsworn falsification.
The first full Parkway East closure begins at 11 tonight, about an hour after the fireworks display ends Downtown as part of Light-Up Night.
Pennsylvania Lottery officials said the winning ticket matched all five numbers drawn Thursday (7-11-16-18-43) to win the top prize.
Football, boys and girls basketball, and baseball and softball will go from four to six classifications next year.
The day after the former Allegheny County Councilman lost his bid to have the judge on his case removed, he faces new criminal charges.
The sanitary authority is under pressure from federal regulators to reduce sewage overflows during heavy rain.
Judge Jeffrey Manning will preside over a hearing on allegations of improper communications between Judge Lester Nauhaus and an attorney.
Health insurance company says “a continuing deterioration” in the market is forcing the withdrawal.
The state’s jobless report showed gains in key metrics like labor force, employment and payrolls.
Federal and county authorities planning greater scrutiny for ongoing smokestack emissions at Neville Island plant.
Steven Pectol tried to fight and kick passengers and attendants on US Airways flight.
Donald R. Taylor, owner of Century Steel Erectors of Dravosburg, is charged with conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
The Nov. 8 incident at Heinz Field required the dog be pulled from duty, creating “an unnecessary security risk.”
Rabbi Edelstein taught on Jewish intellectual history, the Holocaust and interfaith dialogue at St. Vincent.
Authorities say a Ghana native living in Silver Spring, Md., took more than $200K from a Western Pa. woman.
City officials and other environmentalists want to see the plan focus on natural, green components first.
The first full closure begins at 11 p.m., Friday about an hour after Light Up Night fireworks end Downtown, and runs through 6 a.m. Monday.
The old bridge, which was built in 1939, was replaced.
Chuck McCullough’s attempt to have trial judge removed failed.
Federal judge rejects Nick Trombetta’s final bid to have his indictment thrown out
An official said the dissatisfaction with veteran services appears rooted in delays for VA care and difficulty accessing those services.
Angelica Davila of West Mifflin was mistakenly held in jail on a U.S. Customs and Enforcement detainer in 2011.
The district attorney’s office wanted the judge to recuse himself from retrying a 1995 arson case in which three city firefighters died.