About 2,000 students see firsthand what their refugee classmates have endured in a private showing of “He Named Me Malala.”
Defense attorneys for a man charged with two killings want the computer code of a DNA-identifying program.
The redevelopment of Federal-North -- more than 20 years in the making -- has been stagnant on that corner in the past year.
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services inspection indicate problems that led to the revocation of Glade Run Lutheran Services’ license.
The 14 State System universities hold hundreds of millions in unrestricted net assets but most are earmarked.
James Shipman celebrates a 40-year career with the opening of an outdoor sculpture court he created on a junk-filled lot.
Post offices will be closed, with no pickup or delivery of regular mail. Banks will be closed. State liquor stores will be open.
The Federal Railroad Administration today announced the results of its investigation into the Feb. 16 derailment in Mount Carbon.
Roland Bosee Jr. and Nino Esposito are a longtime couple, but a step to give their relationship legal status now keeps them from marriage.
While all the empty buildings hold the promise of redevelopment, officials say it might take a year or more before that happens.
Nick Lackovich, who is also the Aliquippa varsity basketball coach, has not been charged with a crime.
Norman Howard, 42, a former Redstone Township officer, admitted that he punched a man in the face and then lied to cover it up.
Investigators from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded on-site reviews of the infection “cluster” this week.
The city’s stadium authority board agreed to give Continental Real Estate Companies until Nov. 30 to purchase the land for the complex.
A proposed constitutional amendment would legalize marijuana for recreational and medical purposes.
New Florence police charged Kenneth E. Steiner, 56, with statutory sexual assault.
Frederick Banks is charged with stalking the FBI agent who helped put him in prison for fraud a decade ago.
Travis Grayson, 20, is now due in court Nov. 6 on charges that include homicide and aggravated assault by vehicle while under the influence.
Police say Ashley Uncapher, 21, made a drug deal in a vehicle with her two toddlers inside.
Police said that when a school officer saw Corial Littlejohn Thursday morning, she told him she was a student going to class.
James Gill, the airport's COO, said about $10 million in projected drilling revenue will be earmarked toward the reduction.
The Golden Girls perform at all Panther home football games, selected away football games, and men’s and women’s basketball games.
The Mt. Lebanon School District will dedicate its new high school during a ceremony Sunday in front of the entrance on Horsman Drive.
The union represents 285 teachers, along with counselors, nurses, librarians and speech therapists.
Peters Creek Baptist Church in South Park was the beneficiary of Paint for a Change, an outreach initiative of PPG Pittsburgh Paints.
The future of Twin Hi-Way Drive-in in Robinson is unclear as Sheetz seeks permission to build a gas station on the site.
At the end of the 2014-15 school year, 26 of the eighth-graders graduated, leaving Providence Heights Alpha School with only eight players.
Demolition of the dilapidated structure in Jeannette is expected to be finished by spring, and the site will be marketed after that.
Also the Parkway West will close between the Fort Pitt Bridge, including the Fort Pitt Tunnel, and I-79 from 9 tonight to 8 a.m. Saturday.
Propel Schools Foundation has requested an expansion of the Propel Montour charter school in Kennedy to include high school grades 9-12.
Moon Area superintendent Curt Baker had proposed merging the two districts by the start of the 2016-17 school year.
A poem that Isabelle Dutkovica wrote last year for her garden club was a first-place winner in the National Garden Club’s poetry contest.
A sheriff's office fugitive squad arrested Elvis Hogan at the Mon View Heights complex in West Mifflin
The district successfully completed a $19.9 million bond issue to provide funds for daily operations in 2015-16.
Two women charged in the 2013 slaying of a Coraopolis man were ordered to stand trial today on all charges.
Commissioner Joe Horowitz called the move to SHACOG a good fit. “They offer a number of programs that will benefit our residents.”
The North Allegheny school board got a two-week break between replacing one administrator and another one resigning.
Zachary William Metcalf, 21, faces nine counts of arson and one count of criminal trespass.
The correct numbers from Thursday night’s drawing can be found at the Pennsylvania Lottery website and also below:
Zaheen Hussain, 27, of Bloomfield began working in June to develop and move forward the sustainability initiatives.
Manufacturing Day is dedicated to overcoming shared challenges in labor professions.
The draft ordinance states that drilling may be permitted as a conditional use in the township’s manufacturing zoning district.
The state is requiring such agreements between school districts and their communities, Green Tree manager David Montz said.
The Seneca Valley School District has contracted with GreenE Academy to offer its Lego WeDo and EV3 courses.
The old Hulton Bridge closed Monday because it is being replaced by a new, larger span, but that doesn’t open until Oct. 20.
At the event today, those who have mobility issues can obtain wheelchairs, walkers and other equipment.
It costs $2,326 and requires three school buses, a maintenance truck and a trailer to transport the band to away football games.
Smart is Cool was started to change the perception of educational excellence in urban communities.
The award will support expansion of conservation efforts at the zoo, officials said.
The city, which has been under Act 47 oversight since 1988, has been able to pay its payroll and has re-established its police force.