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Jason Korey, 32, of Baldwin Borough, who has twice been acquitted of homicides, went on trial last week in U.S. District Court.
A jury deciding the fate of Jason Korey, 32, said it was hopelessly deadlocked Thursday.
Headstones for at least one U.S. representative, two Medal of Honor winners and numerous veterans have a place there.
Taxes will increase by 0.40 mills; the contract extension provides for a raise of 3.17 percent per year.
Art students painted concrete barriers to replace those that had been defaced by graffiti.
The board was taking final public comments before voting to approve the application Monday night.
Taxes have been steady at 18.63 mills for three years.
Gerald “Jerry” Costanzo teaches English at the university and also is founding director of Carnegie Mellon University Press.
The three county commissioners will appear on the ballot in November along with Republican Mike McCormick.
The program, to be set up at seven sites, could feed up to 500 children this summer.
From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
Events and other happenings throughout the south communities.
J.E. Harrison Middle School math teacher Brian Paulos, 43, of Upper St. Clair, was charged via summons on Thursday, court records show.
The proposal to reopen the Hatfield landfill for coal residue was the subject of a passionate two-hour public hearing Thursday night.
West Mifflin police said they charged the youths with various summary and misdemeanor charges.
Before he died at his home in the village of Bunola, Harrison Shaffer called 911 to report Billy Joe Richter broke in to steal guns.
The jury is expected to return to court Friday to continue.
A man tore into a Bunola home today and opened fire, killing the homeowner, before he was critically wounded by police.
Allegheny County Councilman Bob Macey resigned today from his part-time job in a state senator’s office.
The plane’s crew discovered it had a landing gear problem shortly after it took off from the airport, bound for Florida.
Jaymon Gandy, 21, of West Mifflin died near the intersection of East 15th and Mifflin streets, Homestead Mayor Betty Esper said.
The increased revenue will provide for debt service payments for the future Thomas Jefferson High School.
Keystone Oaks School District directors approved a $38.8 million 2015-16 proposed final budget at a special voting meeting Tuesday.
At Zion Lutheran Church in Bridgeville, worshipers wore orange in response to jumpsuits the so-called Islamic State force on its captives.
It was unclear if the robber had a weapon, but he got away with an undetermined amount of money, FBI officials said.
heavy rain caused flooding in parts of Charleroi, leaving mud on the streets and some basements flooded.
Allegheny County homicide detectives say Trenton Knight shot and killed Darius Williams in his Jefferson Hills home early this morning.
‘Co-opetition’ brings rivals Astrobotic and its partner CMU, and Japanese team HAKUTO to LaFarge company slag site in West Mifflin.
Thirteen of 14 suspects were in custody and being hauled into U.S. District Court for initial appearance hearings.
It is a 24-hour event; the goal is to have at least one member walking the track at all times to represent one night of a cancer patient.
The road is set to close again, in both directions, on July 6.
Amy Brooks, 33, shared her story of overcoming the odds with tomorrow’s health care workers.
Several members of Peters council said they didn’t see how such a large store and gas station would fit on the site.
The bridge links Jefferson Hills and South Park Township.
The board also is considering raising the property tax rate by 0.40 mills for next year, rather than the original proposal of 0.42 mills.
The Reclaim McKeesport Ambassador Program is underway, working with GTECH Strategies on projects to beautify the city.
The commissioners have canceled their regular meeting June 22 to discuss the matter, which has divided the community.
William Hasley’s project passed the Boy Scout Board of Review in March.
Applications are being accepted for the 2015-16 school year.
The reunion is held from 8 p.m. May 16 to 2 a.m. the next morning.
The Castle on the Hill opened in 1894 as the first hospital in McKeesport and today is UPMC McKeesport.
David Ira Rottenberg read his children’s book “Gwendolyn the Graceful Pig” during assemblies.
John Bruner, a former police officer in South Strabane, is the new school resource officer in the Keystone Oaks School District.
Kim Fox of Mt. Lebanon creates “tin quilts,” works of art that are made using cut tin and recycled wood.
Spencer Lawson will receive special recognition on June 5 during the South Allegheny High School commencement.
“Without question, we’re on the right path,” Mayor Michael Cherepko says.
Shops such as Clothes Mentor and Just Between Friends buy and sell items as part of a “resale revolution.”
Events and other happenings throughout the north communities.
News and other happenings throughout the north communities.
The Web has proven its worth as a rapid-fire spreader of phony conspiracy theories and outright stupidity.