This year’s Brood V cicadas will emerge in mid-to-late May, based on historic records, some dating back more than 200 years.
Evacuation of first wave of Penn Plaza residents turned out to be a plus for Ed Murphy, who landed in a much better place.
Authorities were unable to identify the woman, because the body had been in the water for some time, they said.
Pennsylvania State Police identified the woman as Tracy Gibbs, 42.
The fatal car crash occurred on Coxcomb Hill Road near Pittsburgh Pond in Plum early this morning.
The Washington, Pa., man is in critical condition after being shot in the chest while inside a parked car just after midnight.
Spectra Energy spokesman said firm is “deeply sorry” for man hurt in Friday blast; pipelines continue to be drained “as safely as possible.
Pittsburgh police investigate Strip District shooting; two men hospitalized.
Since 2013, ski patrollers have volunteered at the Pittsburgh Marathon to help the medical crew that tends to runners at the finish line.
As far as the timing of the race itself goes, the schedule makers who set the start time at 7 a.m. couldn’t have done better.
Changing the fare will mean a lower cost for about 26 percent of riders and cost the authority $4.4 million in revenue the first year.
The trial of Eric Taylor, accused of shooting DaRae Delgado of Duquesne when they were both 15 nearly two years ago, continued Friday.
A 30-inch pipeline burst on Friday sending flames into the sky that were visible for miles.
Officials believe the people who got sick contracted norovirus after eating at La Prima Espresso’s on-campus location.
Police said Colin James Kenney, 23, was intoxicated when crashed into a car driven by Joseph Edward Fanzo on Brownsville Road Dec. 19.
The 31-year-old is charged in 3 rapes in Wilmerding over a 21-month span
The three are charged in connection with the March 24 slaying of Saevon Scott-Ponder, 21, of Penn Hills.
Also, this Sunday’s Pittsburgh Marathon will mean plenty of road closures for those traveling in and out and around Pittsburgh.
The ICA’s five-member board voted two weeks ago not to renew its month-to-month contract with Executive Director Henry Sciortino.
The awards ceremony at Stage AE honors Joe Grushecky, Billy Price, Jimmy Beaumont, Pat DiCesare and Sean McDowell.
The county coroner was called to the wreck at State Road and Tyrol Boulevard around 10:40 p.m.
Authorities say the boy stole the gun from a relative who had it locked away.
The Pittsburgh Marathon, University of Pittsburgh commencement and a Pirates game all descend on Pittsburgh this Sunday.
Ted Baker faces a charge of not residing at his registered address, among other offenses.
A proposed Olympic-sized ice rink at Shadyside’s Hunt Armory could be flanked by a fitness center and sports medicine and rehab services.
Forest City Enterprises is hoping to get a 300-unit apartment complex proposed for the east side of Station Square back on track.
Eric Taylor is charged with homicide of an unborn child from the Memorial Day 2014 attack.
“Zero Minutes of Fame,” a web device from Brady anti-gun campaign, seeks to deny shooters their supposed glory. Nice idea, but bad practice.
The proposal would extend the expired collective bargaining agreement through June 30, 2017.
Chris Halaszynski said that he didn’t think that administrators making $100,000-plus per year should get a free cell phone.
Commissioners decided to revise improvements after more than a dozen residents complained about existing traffic, excess noise and trash.
Paintings from Jim Fogle’s 34 years in prison will be featured in a community art show in Indiana County.
Gateway School District Superintendent Nina Zetty will receive a $53,045 bonus as part of her retirement agreement.
Michael Loughead currently serves as the assistant superintendent in the South Fayette.
Heidelberg Mayor Ken LaSota contends he is just following the new protocol approved by council.
The nearly 100-year-old house at 1240 Washington Road has served as the church’s home since 1971.
Among 12 cities nationwide, Pittsburgh leads in commitment of 68 million square feet of buildings reducing energy use.
Superintendent Brian White asked the school board to consider putting the medication, used to reverse opioid overdoses, into every school.
Some of the ideas to combat bullying include bracelets, a box where incidents can be reported anonymously, and a student hotline.
Dan Cohen of the Cohen Law Group told the board that the popularity of smartphones has led to “an increased demand for wireless broadband.”
The district plans to raise taxes next year and may need to do so in coming years, too.
The school board approved leasing the former Washington Elementary School to Imagine Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship.
If the district approves the proposed property tax hike of 1.3033 mills, it would be the third year in a row for a tax increase.
The township hired a bond counsel for the possible purchase of Rolling Hills Country Club with the Peters Township School District.
An increase in charter school enrollment coupled with higher tuition costs at those school has contributed to the tax hike, officials say.
Our Lady of Victory Maronite Catholic Church will hold various devotions while the relics are on display May 18-20.
The school district will hold a question-and-answer session Tuesday in Shaler Area Middle School.
Representatives of the Cleveland company say it may spend $10 million on the property and is likely to keep it as senior housing.
The complaint that millings were used to pave a private driveway has also been referred to the state attorney general’s office.
For the second time in the past year, the district has hired a North Hills School District principal.