Commonwealth Court directed West Mifflin to go to the state Department of Education to challenge tuition reimbursements from Duquesne.
Officials at CCAC said the ban applies both indoors and outdoors and covers use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
Police said two men wearing dark clothing and masks kicked in the back door of a home in the 3900 block of Meadowbrook Boulevard.
The subscription box service started by Elena Petzold of Upper St. Clair was featured this month on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”
Bethel Park police Chief Timothy O’Connor said officers and detectives responded to the incident about 3 p.m. on Irishtown Road Extension.
The fire ignited at the victim’s home in Marianna, Washington County.
About $15 million of the increased revenue would be used for state pension costs, which are expected to rise by 8.5 percent next year.
Awards were presented to individuals and to an organization to recognize dignity, hope, love and respect.
The store, across from South Hills Village, will hold a grand opening Jan. 25 that will include a traditional bread-breaking ceremony.
The construction is driven largely by aging infrastructure, not growth, an officer with Moody’s Investors Service says.
Steven Lynch, 61, a tax attorney from Squirrel Hill, faces as much as four years in prison.
James Johnson V’s attorney says his client became addicted to painkillers after work-related injuries and graduated to heroin.
James B. Johnson V faces various charges for drugs, theft and obstruction after being accused of taking 133 stamp bags.
McKeesport police and paramedics responded and pronounced him dead. He was later identified as 21-year-old Jesi Jefferson of McKeesport.
Critics are advocating for a complete ban on the use of power morcellation.
Police said a 54-year-old man was traveling south on Route 160 (Cumberland Highway) when he lost control of his car.
Shauntel Studvant will serve 10 to 20 years in prison as part of a negotiated plea for killing Regis Jones in December 2015.
Elizabeth Dell was one of nearly 75 residents taken from the apartments as the fire burned just before 5 a.m. Dec. 16.
Police charged Robert E. Stewart in August with threatening a security guard at a Duquesne Light sub-station
Police said the driver was traveling south on Route 381 in Saltlick Township, Fayette County, when he went off the road.
Police say a woman who was shot was the likely target of a robbery.
County police said investigators obtained an arrest warrant charging Timothy Bevan, 23, with homicide.
The Year of the Family will offer forums to talk about diversity, families at risk, and community decline, among other topics.
Sgt. Matthew Collins provided cover for officers in the Nov. 10 shooting in Canonsburg, in which one officer was killed and another wounded.
The fundraising initiative this fall was a joint effort by the Allegheny County Library Association and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
The Rev. Joseph Rodgers was born in 1915 and will turn 102 on Wednesday.
The food pantry has received a letter from the Central Volunteer Fire Company asking it to respond or to move out of the station.
The writing program at Carlow University gives women writers of all ages encouragement, scholarships and a chance to publish.
The Mine Safety and Health Administration showed results after eight years of advances in mine emergency response equipment.
Allegheny County Police said the 35-year-old man might have been “part of” a shooting incident on Wednesday night.
Joshua Brooks says that Officer Garrett Kimmell violated his rights during the incident on April 17, 2015.
A mother and daughter are accused of animal cruelty and endangering the welfare of a child in a case that involved 186 animals.
Joshua Reber previously pleaded guilty to two counts of official oppression after he was accused of sexually assaulting two female inmates.
The Allegheny County district attorney today filed a notice with the court ahead of Michael Robinson’s trial, due to start Monday.
Police say Christopher Baldauf, 45, was found dead after authorities were sent to check on his mother.
Amanda Sherman gave birth Monday in a restroom at #1 Cochran Nissan of South Hills.
Andrea Forsythe will serve that sentence after she completes a five-year federal prison term in an arson case.
The Keystone Oaks Education Association voted to authorize a teacher strike if a contract agreement is not reached soon.
Thomas Ross of New Waterford, Ohio, had been pulled over in a traffic stop when he allegedly drove away and crashed though security gate.
The robbery occurred about 10 a.m. Tuesday at Chuong’s Market in the 2200 block of Arlington Avenue.
A growing focus on financial advisers putting their clients’ interests first has increased business for fi360 of Robinson.
The new concept from the folks at Winghart’s is scheduled to open in February at the former Franco’s Trattoria on West Liberty Avenue.
No one was hurt in the fire that raged Sunday on the grounds of a the Somerset Township gas well.
Police arrested two men, one armed and another they said matched the description of a man seen fleeing the Burger King.
“Polar bears” of all ages, including those dressed as Elvis and Superman, welcomed 2017 by jumping into 37-degree water for charity.
Council has adopted a $14.6 million general fund budget for 2017 that raises the real estate tax rate by 0.33 mills.
Martin Esquivel-Hernandez, a Mexican native whose family lives in Pittsburgh, receives an 89-day sentence in boost to stay in country.
Customers can preview the 40,000-foot store, just off Washington Road near South Hills Village, on Jan. 22.
Traffic was slowed on the ramp that leads to Banksville Road and the Parkway while emergency personnel responded to the scene.
One man is injured after two alleged robbers break into a home in Canton demanding money and drugs.