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Authorities said the woman, 42, was taken to UPMC Mercy with serious injuries.
Allegheny County police said Brooke Coleman, 28, is accused of killing Laron Howard, 35, after an argument in their South Fifth Street home.
Murals, an important decorative element of movie theaters in the early part of the last century, are still included in new venues.
The closures will begin at 8 p.m. and continue until 6 a.m. daily through the morning of Nov. 4.
The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh will offer handcrafted jewelry and art from more than 200 local artists.
The new center will be showcase the talents and creations of artists from Greater Pittsburgh.
It will bring together representatives from seven service organizations.
The church opened in 1889, while the school opened five years later.
Five local school districts use SMALLab — McKeesport Area, Elizabeth Forward, West Allegheny, Seneca Valley and Pittsburgh Public Schools.
The Practical Assessment Exploration System lab is looking for local business owners to provide educational opportunities for students.
Democrat Jessie White used social media sites anonymously to impersonate political enemies. His opponent is Jason Ortitay of South Fayette.
Montel Staples, who was athletic director at the former Duquesne High School, was sentenced Wednesday.
A North Strabane supervisor challenges the Democratic incumbent for the seat.
State Rep. Peter J. Daley, D-Washington, faces Republican Bud Cook in a race for the House seat in the 49th District.
Boy Scout Troop 215 to see four achieve Scouting’s highest rank in ceremony Saturday
The nonprofit group is hosting a number of events, including a classical music concert Sunday by Duo Klavitarre on Mount Washington.
The McKeesport Area High School gym was transformed into a “town,” and educators were given a set amount of money to live on for a month.
Detectives seized 3,800 stamp bags of heroin with a street value of more than $40,000, cash, and drug-packaging materials.
Here’s a rundown of Halloween celebrations in the South neighborhoods:
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
Events and other happenings from around the south communities
Montel Staples admitted to prosecutors two years ago he distributed 22 pounds of cocaine.
Firefighters responded at 5:23 p.m. to the one-alarm blaze in the 400 block of Noblestown Road.
U.S. marshals helped police and the Brook County, W.Va., sheriff’s office track down 64-year-old David David in Hanover on Tuesday.
Andrew Boltzhauser of West Mifflin, who works for Century III Home Equity, was charged with submitting false documents for mortgages.
The arrests were mostly for public drunkenness or underage drinking; two were charged with assault on an officer.
An existing cellular antenna array on the Keystone Oaks School District campus is set for an upgrade.
Investigators are concentrating efforts on the first-floor living room to determine the deadly blaze's cause and exact point of origin.
The site on McFarland Road will be known as The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh, and will allow for the relocation of Koolkat Designs.
About 250 gathered for a vigil for Hope Egenlauf, her four children and their grandfather; the cause of the fire is under investigation.
Alternating one-way traffic will be in effect from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. between Mendelsohn and St. Clair avenues.
The couple then traveled to the Outer Banks and bought a beach house in Buxton for $243,000, which the U.S. has seized.
William Davis filed the civil rights complaint in U.S. District Court against District Attorney Stephen Zappala and one of his detectives.
The mall’s renovation is an obvious example of the intense pre-season efforts going on at retail operations around the country.
In a letter sent to parents, school officials said police arrived and found that the student who made the threat did not have a weapon.
Sahil Doshi’s eco-friendly battery design project converts carbon dioxide into electricity.
Southwestern acquires 413,000 acres in West Virginia and Pennsylvania from Chesapeake Energy.
These visitors spread cheer just by being there.
New plans would entail closing Millers Run Road and installing cul-de-sacs positioned to the east and west of the Route 50 interchange.
The detour uses Piney Fork Road, Brownsville Road Extension and Hill Road.
The area listed on the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places includes 4,200 properties on two square miles.
The famous line that serves as partial border of four states did not divide a country, rather it united it, says a local historian.
The opinion is an auditor’s judgment that financial records are appropriately presented and follow accepted accounting principles.
State Rep. Marc Gergely, who was linked to a gambling case but hasn’t been charged, faces Republican Ken Peoples in the Nov. 4 election.
More than 60 vendors are expected at the Oct. 26 fundraiser for the Castle Shannon Volunteer Fire Department.
The architects working to update the school complex have chosen several samples of facilities that mirror what they’d like to do here.
“Giving Wisely to Charities” is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday.
It is sponsoring a free class for parents and students Oct. 30.
The 2014 budget includes $5,000 for deer management education and $6,000 for a deer survey, which was undertaken in the winter.