More than 40 Pittsburgh city crews worked on 155 potholes during a weekend blitz, Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration said today.
Pittsburgh among the cities and towns likely to experience flooding in today’s deluge, which is expected to tail off by tonight.
Christopher Mark Thompkins, 57, was killed after police opened fire while responding to a report of a burglary in progress.
Police said Frank Daniels attacked Melissa Chatary with a wood burner tool and the stock of a BB gun.
A parade of shelter animals marked the official opening of Animal Rescue League/Western PA Humane Society’s new building in Homewood.
Police said the men got into an argument about the immigration and that another man bit his “right ear off.”
Patricia Katchur will serve 15 to 30 years in prison for killing Christopher Katchur on May 13, 2015, outside their home.
A Land Rover had been dropped off for servicing at a Hampton car dealership, where it was later stolen.
A Bridgeville police officer said in a criminal complaint that he saw Sgt. Curtis Sowder pick his wife “up in the air and body slam” her.
The Wolf administration said this this month that it would close two of the state's 26 prisons by June 30 due to a budget shortfall.
After spiking in December, gasoline prices in January have cooled off as global oil producers assess impact of production cut.
The incident was reported around 7:45 a.m. and happened on Route 19 in Peters.
The traffic changes will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Earl Street and the West End Circle.
School officials said late Sunday night that school would be closed today for the more than 1,500 students in the district.
A confluence of missed opportunities doomed the Steelers in an ugly loss.
Applications will be accepted until April 21 for Pittsburgh’s new Youth Participatory Budget Council program.
Several speakers referenced Friday’s inauguration of Donald Trump as President as a looming threat to women’s reproductive choice.
Her experience as a mother of three led to involvement with a task force on special education
County wants to hear from Shaler residents Tuesday as they design a replacement for a 56-foot timber bridge on Elfinwild Road.
Two restaurants claim a city reconstruction project is at fault for the problems that have forced them to shut down.
Young ballet hopefuls gathered for experience and exposure at the Youth America Grand Prix semifinals auditions in Upper St. Clair.
Events include a national security briefing, an opera workshop, a concert series, association meetings, international soup sampling and
24 people from 13 different countires swore a vow to become American citizens recently
The half-scale pod will use magnetic levitation to propel through a 1.5-mile tube that SpaceX developed for an international competition.
A quick peak at the new North Side spot on its first night open to the public.
In a likely case of mistaken identity, Christopher Thompkins, 57, was shot dead by police after firing a warning shot at a burglar.
Authorities say Patrick McCauley died after his vehicle hit a utility pole at North Avenue and Ohio River Boulevard on Saturday.
State police at Kittanning are investigating the robbery of a Subway restaurant in Armstrong County.
The clergyman will challenge incumbent Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
Carnegie Mellon professor says a minute away from the game can lower anxiety — even if Big Ben is sacked.
Casey Schwartzmier told her mother that if she ever died of an overdose, she wanted her obituary to be frank. She wanted to help someone.
The ski area has new chairlifts, a new snowmaking system and a renovated mountain-top lodge.
A man struck and killed by a vehicle in McKeesport has been identified as Michael Randall of Duquesne.
Organizers of a Downtown “Sister March for Pittsburgh” started their protest at the City-County Building Saturday.
Acclaimed musician was a father and owner of the Bloomfield record store Sound Cat.
Separate events Downtown and in East Liberty celebrated rights, diversity in wake of the inauguration of President Trump.
An accident had blocked lanes, causing delays and detours.
The trooper, responding to a hospital’s report of an unruly patient, was met with a boot, punches, according to release.
The 19-year-old’s car veered off Ridge Avenue before striking a tree.
Similar demonstrations in cities across the country, including Pittsburgh, were more peaceful.
In the second competition pitting humans against CMU’s poker-playing computer,the computer has won six out of the first nine days.
He was a great bartender at Alex Tambellini’s Restaurant, Downtown, for 47 years
Ronald Locy, who will be sentenced in May, admitted in federal court to creating two ghost employee positions, including one for his wife.
Pittsburgh and Penn State have been named a national testing site for self-riving vehicle technology by federal transportation officials.
Prosecutors made their pitch in U.S. District Court during the first day of a two-day sentencing hearing for Abby Lee Miller.
Under a new policy, Steelers season ticket holders who win a lottery for Super Bowl tickets can only pick up the tickets in Houston.
The shooting occurred about 10:30 p.m. at 60 Project Road at the Hyman Heights complex.
In all, 8.3 million passengers boarded or got off planes at Pittsburgh International Airport last year, a 2.2 percent increase from 2015.
A judge gave Colin J. Kenney a term of 11 1/2 to 23 months plus five years probation in the 2015 death of Joseph Fanzo.
Rashawn Austin is scheduled to be sentenced in April on third-degree homicide and gun charges in the death of Derrick Owens.