James Calvin Hamlett Jr. receives three concurrent life terms after latest 2015 sex assault of 13-year-old girl.
LIFE Pittsburgh will operate a fourth site in western Allegheny County to manage medical, social services as a nursing home alternative.
National Waste & Recycling Association honored the accident free, 28-year Waste Management employee with a Driver of the Year Award.
Jacob Phillips must serve five years probation after police said they found eight Molotov cocktails at his home.
Keith Kristek, Baden’s acting tax collector since 2007, pleaded to mail fraud and filing a false tax return.
The district used about $500,000 from its fund balance to balance the 2016-17 budget.
Keith Kristek admitted to taking more than $1M from Ambridge school district and $46K from Baden borough.
About 200 high school students signed a petition in response to a demand from parents this year to remove some books from the reading list.
Weight limits and a stronger police presence are possible solutions to the problem of tractor-trailers using the two-lane road.
Criminal justice and nursing students joined 19 local law enforcement and medical agencies Wednesday in a disaster simulation in Oakdale.
Stoehr Development Inc. of Canonsburg bid $1.06 million for 7.7 acres where Port Authority was unable to build an inter-modal facility.
The German Shepherd-Belgian Malinois mix missed 10 years of service with the department by less than one week.
South Fayette Township is poised to settle several lawsuits over its restrictive oil and gas ordinance while preparing more restrictions.
Collier will consider speed bumps on Prestley Street.
Presumptive GOP nominee says he's got Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger's support, but Big Ben says he'll stay out of politics.
Authorities said Keith Kristek, an elected constable for Baden, was authorized by the borough tax collector to perform essentially all tax
Commercial breeders fall under the U.S. Department of Agriculture, township official says.
Moon Area and Upper St. Clair schools bring home trophies from Odyssey of the Mind World Finals.
Kevin Haskins, was shot after pointing a gun toward police who responded to a report of a burglary at a residence on Fourth Avenue.
Edward Baker Jr., accused of killing Addaleigh Huzyak in her Beaver apartment, sent a text to his father saying ”the voices made me do it.”
It’ll be another five years before Shell’s Appalachian cracker starts up, and, as many hope, revives an industry.
State police said Edward Lowe Baker Jr., 26, was taken into custody at 3:40 a.m. in Kentucky.
“VAXXED,” pulled from New York’s Tribeca Film Festival after groups voiced outrage, will be shown at the Parkway Theater in Stowe.
Body of Benito Nicoletti found in his home; Medical Examiner determines that he was beaten to death
HyperActive Technology has agreed to an all-stock deal that will make it part of the Acrelec Group, headquartered in St. Thibault, France.
The little-known musical finished on top at the awards ceremony for high school musical theater among 28 Allegheny County schools.
The district hopes to save $1.6 million to $1.7 million by making the cuts for the 2016-17 school year.
Three fields that can be used for soccer, lacrosse or football are planned on the Boys Home Park property.
Upcoming sale of speedway, opening of beltway section expected to spur development growth in North Fayette
Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway is in the process of being sold, and part of the Southern Beltway is slated to open in 2019.
Authorities were called to Stowe in connection with an investigation into what was described as the suspicious death of a McKees Rocks man.
HyperActive Technology has worked to supply food ordering technology to restaurant chains such as Arby’s, Burger King and Panera.
Authorities are investigating the death of Sjavante Gilliam, 28, a Marine Corps veteran, as a homicide, Beaver County DA David Lozier said.
A religious brother was arraigned on charges that he stole more than $220,000 from his church to fund a gambling habit.
The school district has apologized and offered refunds or ‘redaction stickers’ to cover quotes by Hitler, Stalin, al-Baghdadi.
Staff cuts came for classes where student enrollment is low and multiple sessions of the same course are not needed, board members said.
Commissioners voted to seek bids for the rink at Scott Park.
To close a projected $5 million budget deficit, the school district plans first to try to cut expenses, but it may need to borrow money.
Lt. Mitchell Higginbotham was among the seven airmen in the unit from Sewickley.
Police said the suspect pulled a gun on another driver in the Moon Area High School parking lot on Monday.
State declares ”Code Orange” air pollution day due to high smog levels and is urging young and elderly to restrict outdoor activities.
The 86-year-old was awarded more than $2 million in damages for her 2011 fall at Providence Care Center.
Schools go on lockdown after a parent says she was threatened by a man with a gun after tailgating her into the high school’s parking lot.
County emergency officials said the fire was reported around 5 a.m. at a home on Henon Avenue in Rochester.
The St. John Vianney Manor in East Carnegie will be able to house 36 retired priests when renovation is complete.
The $25.3 million project will limit inbound traffic between the McKees Rocks and Fort Duquesne bridges this year, outbound next year.
The Pittsburgh man’s family is suspicious of the shooting death by Weirton Police.
St. Sharbel, whose relics are at Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church, has thousands of miracles attributed to his intercession.
The warning system was inadvertently activated at 3:45 this afternoon, an official said.
The incident occurred early today at a Sunoco in the 800 block of Merchant Street in Ambridge.
Ken LaSota had said he was following guidelines in an organizational chart.