Judge Joseph James rejected a Republican bid to avert a reexamination of vote totals in 52 Allegheny County precincts.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority board adopted a 13 percent rate increase for 2017.
A resurgence in spinning — twisting fibers together to make yarn — keeps members of the Loyalhannon Spinners productive as well as relaxed.
The $98.4 million spending plan is $1.5 million more than last year’s budget and $1.9 million more than the preliminary budget.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority ought to build and test several “green infrastructure” projects, according to a new assessment.
State Ethics Commission ruled in favor of Robert Henkel and said he did not steer borough business toward brother’s auto body shop.
The study found that traditional school systems are “surviving but under increased stress” due to rapid charter school growth.
Dalishia Salter continues to claim she did not injure her 11-month-old son, who was beaten and left overnight on a back porch.
State police are investigating the deaths as a homicide. KDKA-TV is reporting that the woman’s 14-year-old son is a suspect.
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence will pay back $148K and change the makeup of its board under settlement deal.
Over the last year, unemployment has increased by a full percentage point as people join the labor force looking for work.
Kevin Murray was allegedly recorded threatening to punch a ninth-grade student in the face in April.
Authorities say a California meth dealer killed Dehnad Taiedi and has likely left the area in an attempt to elude police.
KDKA-TV is reporting that a tractor trailer crashed into several vehicles before plunging over an embankment.
Jacquelyn Nuccetelli will be sentenced to 12 ½ to 30 years in prison in March, and the DA’s office says the investigation remains open.
Check out traffic restrictions and roadwork planned throughout the Pittsburgh region.
The Pittsburgh-area McDonald's franchisee created the Big Mac 50 years ago, and later came up with the concept of breakfast at McDonald’s.
Shortly before 1 a.m., the suspects surrendered without incident after robbing a man at gunpoint.
The video, which urges HIV testing, is narrated by artist Vanessa German and shows Pittsburgh drag performer Alaska getting a test.
VA Pittsburgh doctor is lead author of a new study that found assessing frailty in elective surgery patients is linked to better survival.
The dam reconstruction and dredging project in Fayette County is causing sediment pollution in Meadow Run, a popular trout fishery.
Today’s Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is final print version of the newspaper which will launch a new website Thursday to cover regional news.
Apologizes for initially doubting a former seminarian’s account of abuse by a priest
Fast-food workers and other low-wage earners walked off their jobs as part of a national day of activism to fight for higher wages.
Mt. Lebanon native Louis Cestello will assume his new post Jan. 1, succeeding Sy Holzer.
Josh Gonzalez, 24, of Brentwood is in police custody after being charged in the shooting of an Allegheny County Jail corrections officer.
The Allegheny County district attorney said police should only chase in cases of dangerous felonies or imminent danger.
The Pa. District Attorneys Association suggests investigations be conducted by an independent agency; officers not be named unless charged.
Lanes will be closed in both directions between Park Manor Drive and West Windhaven Road from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The charge against Ryan Kyle stems from the same incident for which he is already serving 3 to 6 years in state prison.
Ricky Lee Olds’ attorneys are asking the judge who resentenced him in a homicide and robbery to reconsider his sentence of 20 years to life.
The acquisition of GameChanger Media is aimed at enhancing Dick’s Team Sports HQ suite of digital youth sports offerings.
The actor from East Liberty who attended Peabody High School said Pittsburgh "had everything to do" with has career on stage and screen.
Christopher Urbano, who was held in contempt after not appearing for a trial, must undergo drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations.
Over $300K has been awarded to 18 artists and foundations by a partnership between the Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.
Also, there will be single-lane closures on Freeport Road in the area of the Highland Park Bridge interchange through Dec 29.
They question whether a maximum sentence of life in prison is required and why there are no guidelines for courts to follow.
Pittsburgh’s resurrected Ethics Hearing Board began meeting this month. It can look into ethics complaints across the city government.
Jewish Association on Aging is adding assisted-living care level for those with dementia-related issues at its Squirrel Hill campus.
Events include musical performances, candlelight vesper services, free concerts, meetings and presentations.
“In addition to being a huge customer service improvement to folks ... it will help change the way we do business,” said Ted Dallas.
Trenton Campbell, 51, was stabbed on Sunday at a residence on Third Street.
State police at Belle Vernon said George A. Matis Jr., 21, of Republic, is in the Fayette County Jail. The teen’s name has not been
The crime happened in Fayette County when two women, helped by a man, robbed a man in his Brownsville home.
Semiautomatic rifles are now legal in Pennsylvania, but it may not be what hunters decide they will use.
For years, reports haven’t changed: America has a shortage of family physicians with higher enrollment failing to meet growing demand.
Prosecutors say Rudy Stroink paid bribes to Simon Tusha, who was in charge of setting up data centers for Google, to have one in Eindhoven.
Online shopping may have dampened in-store Black Friday sales, but plenty of shoppers still lined up to seize door-buster savings.
Several state legislators who have served in Harrisburg for more than 30 years are wrapping up their elected careers.
Carleton Young is scheduled to give a presentation at the Peters Township Public Library at 7 p.m. on Dec. 1.