Allegheny County homicide detectives have been called to the scene at Maple-Lo Drive.
Imogen Nowak got the surprise of a lifetime when her father came her earlier than expected from deployment.
Sen. Bob Casey was among the president’s critics, saying Mr. Trump’s plan won’t create jobs and puts Pennsylvanians’ health “at risk.”
Mayor’s camp blast her “Trump-like online outbursts.”
The incident took place Saturday evening in the Macy’s store at the Mall at Robinson.
The legislation would reinstate mandatory prison terms for some crimes involving drugs, children and the elderly
The county controller said lead is leaching through the water lines and affecting about a quarter of PWSA’s 80,000 residential customers.
The nuclear firm will seek protection under Chapter 11 to stop the bleeding at its Japanese parent company.
Richard Goldinger said he will not make a decision until after Keith Lambing’s preliminary hearing.
Three local pharmacists were customers of a Canadian firm accused of selling misbranded drugs originally intended for foreign markets.
Carnegie Robotics will unveil products in May with San Francisco-based Swift Navigation to make robotic movements more accurate.
Audubon officials say the camera angle makes it hard to tell whether an eaglet has hatched.
Fred Rogers asked Mary Rawson to play the role of Cousin Mary Owl in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
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The incident was reported around 5 a.m. at a house on Sacramento Avenue.
State regulators approved two injection wells to dispose of shale gas drilling wastewater but have imposed conditions to prevent
A bipartisan group calls for legalizing video-gaming terminals so patrons of bars, clubs and even truck stops could play slots or poker.
Some tenants of the Allegheny Building on Forbes Avenue have to climb as many as 19 flights of stairs to reach their offices.
Though AkzoNobel declined to meet with PPG in Amsterdam, the Downtown company will reach out for support for its offer among U.S. investors.
James Taric Byrd requested release after Judge Donna Jo McDaniel dismissed gun charges against him last week.
Mr. Livingston once won 10 consecutive not-guilty federal jury verdicts.
The initiative, which already includes a solar-powered greenhouse in Homewood, will pitch at UpPrize competition for more funds to expand.
Trees, animals and human activity all are involved in the transmission of Lyme disease bacteria in Pennsylvania and the U.S.
The teachers’ union, which has been working without a contract since June 30, issued the 48-hour notice to board President Matthew Cesario.
The ride-sharing company had halted testing of its self-driving cars after a crash involving an Uber vehicle in Arizona.
The cause of the 4:45 p.m. outage was being investigated; it affected a half dozen bars, restaurants and businesses.
The construction crew discovered at least 21 cannonballs at a site near 39th and Butler streets.
Citing ‘disrespect’ from male producers, “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller announces departure from show.
President Donald Trump’s budget plan has imperiled the local summer jobs program, according to Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s office.
State police said Cleophus Jackson, 33, of New Castle died in the crash, which took place shortly before 1 p.m. along Route 208.
Keith Jordan Lambing is charged with rape and criminal homicide in the death of his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son, Bentley Miller.
“This scoundrel... should have taken flowers to the graves of the victims,” says the mayor of Medellin, Colombia.
The Zambelli fireworks business entered the plea after failing to report more than 63,000 fireworks that were apparently stolen.
The Pittsburgh mayor, in a race with two other candidates, gets two-thirds approval from the Allegheny County Labor Council.
A gallon of regular cost $2.51 as of Sunday, down slightly from last month and bucking the trend of rising prices this time of year.
The Urban Land Institute calls them “18-hour markets” — a mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment that keep people into the evening.
A large, commercial truck overturned on Metz Road in Richland around 7 a.m. today.
Flooding from a water main break on Friday morning closed Second Avenue all weekend.
The Department of Human Services’s myCOMPASS PA phone app is being used to assist people and save money.
Lindy Paving Inc. will repave Interstate 79 between Zelienople and Cranberry, limiting traffic to one lane in each direction until October.
In a town with the largest coke plant in the nation, environmental advocates told residents to empower themselves to fight pollution.
Proposed budget cuts would threaten the programs that many students rely on for invaluable aid and experience.
“English Through Content” is aimed at teaching English as a second language while addressing a lack of formal or consistent education.
The Live Like Lou fund will continue to be part of the Pittsburgh Foundation with a $1 million endowment.
When Shell builds its cracker complex in Beaver County, it will be the third major chemical company to locate there.
The group has far surpassed 100 women, but of 300 women who have come to one or more meetings, the best turnout was 80.
The certification, according to Sustainable Pennsylvania, is a voluntary self-assessment for municipalities.
Thirteen soldiers were honored at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Oakland on Sunday.
Butler fire departments faced an “anxious situation” as the blaze moved rapidly through the three-story building.
The popular South Side restaurant will close its doors on April 22 after 17 years in business.