The inbound side will close tonight and Thursday night.
Steelworkers rally as U.S. Steel, Arcelor Mittal agree to allow work under recently expired contract
Rallies in Pittsburgh and other cities seek fair contracts for union workers at U.S. Steel, Allegheny Technologies and Arcelor Mittal.
“It’s our health,” said Karen Wolk Feinstein, president and CEO of the foundation. “It’s so fundamental and yet it seems too simple.”
Harvey Scott Jr., 27, is charged in the death of security guard Deion Nesbitt at Rendezvous Phase III bar.
A 22-year-old man was shot in the arm in the 3100 block of Ashlyn Street in Sheraden, and shots were fired in West Oakland.
The AIU, which offers special education services, looks to “right-size” with staff cuts and potential sale of building.
Postal inspectors were at the Route 22 post office until midnight, officials said.
Officials said the unidentified woman was hospitalized after being struck by the mirror on a P76 Flyer heading outbound from Downtown.
Michael Smith, 44, of Pleasant Hills, was charged with possession and dissemination of child pornography.
October Development is hoping to spruce up a block that is mostly abandoned.
Shiloh Street businesses are girding for the impact of a 12-week construction project that will close the incline.
The landing ship, tank -- known as the USS LST 325 -- carried Sherman tanks to the front lines of some of the war’s defining battles.
Ohio lawmakers blocked the proposed name change for Mount McKinley for years, and denounced the decision to restore the Mount Denali name.
The event, part of International Overdose Awareness Day, was aimed at directing resources away from punishing addicts and into helping them.
Harrison Marshman Jr., 30, has been charged with homicide and endangering the welfare of a child in the death of Josiah Taylor.
The average rental rate in and around the Golden Triangle is up to $1.86 a square foot.
The county launched its new partnership with Allegheny Health Network to provide health care for prisoners at the jail.
Paul Gaudio is facing a Super Bowl-sized challenge: to make Adidas cool again in the U.S. market.
City Hall pleads for patience, says help is on the way.
Superior Court rejected Gregory Scott Hopkins’ claim that police obtained key evidence of his DNA illegally from a cup he threw away.
Councilman Dan Gilman’s bill asks authorities to follow the city’s policy against discrimination for sexual preference and gender identity.
A neighbor said blood ran down the woman's leg as she ran from a neighboring multi-unit house this afternoon.
Officer Keith Shephard was charged for scuffling with two men after leaving a tavern, a criminal complaint says.
The Allegheny County medical examiner's office identified the woman as Dana Thompson, 43, and ruled the manner of death as suicide.
Police said 29-year-old Karen Lynn Risinger was driving north on Bonniebrook Road when the head-on crash occurred, police said.
James McDade, 57, was driving his tractor on a hill when it rolled over multiple times, officials said.
Gary L. Moore, 33, died in the February crash in Sewickley Township.
The district received a report a Westinghouse student was injured while “being admonished” by one of the team’s assistant coaches.
The regional job count that is not seasonally adjusted fell by 7,700 from June, but the total number was up by 38,000 over July 2014.
Diana Nelson Jones’ Walkabout: Bayardstown Social Club in Strip makes a quick success of socializing
Born on a vacant lot on Penn Avenue, Bayardstown is a bring-your-own party to which everyone’s invited, including kids and dogs.
Property manager Michael Kissell, a Vietnam veteran, said “to have this happen on our soil is just ignorant and totally wrong.”
W.Va. gym owner, 4 others plead guilty in federal court to role in W.Va. steroid distribution network
Carl Benedict, 50, owner of Club 24 Fitness, and the others were charged in 2014 with running a distribution ring.
Police said one of the students threatened to use a gun during the fight.
The district, struggling with financial problems for years, is on the edge of insolvency and cannot make payroll, officials said.
Several construction projects continue this week, with overnight closures on the Parkway West.
An autopsy was conducted in Windber, but foul play is not suspected, the coroner said.
The suit says a conspiracy between Highmark and UPMC allowed their for-profit subsidiaries to charge customers too much for premiums.
A new health care system will be managed by the county and include a $4 million-a-year partnership with Allegheny Health Network.
Council will consider spending the city’s share of a lawsuit filed on behalf of four people who died on Washington Boulevard.
Internet-enabled everyday devices are collectively called the “Internet of Things”; some experts think 50 billion will be in use by 2020.
Safety changes are in place in Plum schools as students return in the wake of the arrests of three teachers last spring.
Gregory Brown was found guilty of three counts of second-degree murder for the 1995 Valentine's Day fire that killed three firefighters.
Most hospices don’t accept pediatric patients, and few resources exist for families needing end-of-life care for children, members say.
An out-of-state inmate and registered sex offender released in error from the jail was detained two weeks later in Indiana state.
The Post-Gazette printed and thus captured all of these moments in time as one of the worst storms of the century devastated New Orleans.
The White House said in a news release Monday that further details will be released later.
St. John Vianney officials say they don’t see how the parish can keep going. Its debt exceeds $3 million.
The Food and Drug Administration has agreed to quicker review of a promising muscular dystrophy treatment.
Gregory and Maria Makozy were named in separate indictments handed up under seal Aug. 25 in Pittsburgh.
Prince suffered a fatal seizure Thursday caused by adverse effects from anesthesia after undergoing a procedure to treat an ear infection.