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London’s Natural History Museum sparks outcry with plans to remove Dippy the dinosaur, donated by Andrew Carnegie, from a prominent spot.
The Adjunct Faculty Association says course-load limitations placed on adjuncts mean that their maximum yearly campus income is $12,600.
The National Weather Service is forecasting up to 6 inches of snow for Allegheny and surrounding counties.
The crash occurred around 9 a.m. on Route 51, about a quarter-mile south of the Route 201 intersection in Franklin, officials said.
Friends told police that Chalalai Chaihirunkarn, 26, and Bryan Springer, 29, had a “troubled” relationship.
Current temperatures in the 20s are expected to fall to around 15 degrees through the day, according to the National Weather Service.
The We Promise program encourages students to improve their grades so they can qualify for scholarships, worth up to $40,000.
Diana Phillips, a former head teller at First National Bank on the North Side, says she needs to be home to take care of her 4-year-old son.
Controller Chelsa Wagner had withheld $681,000 because the agency gave money to Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s “Undercover Boss” appearance.
If approved by UNESCO in 2016, the nominations would be the first World Heritage listings in the field of modern architecture in the U.S.
Both LeGarrette Blount and Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell could still be subject to NFL discipline as a result of the August incident.
Police chased the cab Downtown to Crosstown Boulevard, where the individual fled from the car before being caught and arrested.
Firefighters were called to the two-story house on the 300 block of Kenney Avenue about 8:45 a.m.; no injuries were reported.
Police said the accident occurred shortly before 10:30 a.m. on Fifth Avenue, Downtown Pittsburgh.
A police officer was forced to kill a pit bull after it allegedly attacked two people in Beaver County on Thursday night,
The developer of homes for the affluent, known as the man who built Pittsburgh’s suburbs, came from humble roots.—
Allegheny County plans to partner with the Sen. John Heinz History Center to preserve its historical records, including some minutes books
“Irretrievably Broken,” a series chronicling the lives of Robert Ferrante and Autumn Klein, begins Sunday. Take a first look at their story.
Braddock Hills Propel High School, where two guns were found Monday, will reopen next week after employees received a “call of concern.”
Pittsburgh police said officers were patroling the area of Industry and Haberman streets when they heard numerous shots fired about 3 a.m.
Retired professor Thomas Gaither, of Butler County, was arrested for trying to integrate a whites-only lunch counter in Rock Hill, S.C.
One student who is taking 16 credits expects to see her tuition rise by $1,628 a year to $8,448, an increase of about 24 percent.
League workers believe Gracie may have been abused before she was brought to the shelter.
Mario C. Walton, 33, who has a history of dealing drugs, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Clarksburg, W.Va.
The records, currently stored in the Allegheny County executive’s office date to 1868, would be maintained by the Heinz History Center.
Two officers beat Lonnie Jenkins with batons a combined 17 times, after he did not obey their commands, according to an affidavit.
“We didn’t see a theft, but the opportunity is there,” said City Controller Michael Lamb.
The self-styled survivalist who eluded capture for weeks is charged with killing one state trooper and wounding another.
Police responded to the incident in the 200 block of North Craig Street shortly before 2 p.m.
Mary Jane Gentile was killed in the 1 a.m. fire, according to the Allegheny County medical examiner’s office.
Troy Miller, 21, of Homewood, and James Meek, 26, of Wilkinsburg face charges of homicide and robbery, among other offenses.
Bobbi Sue West, 30, of Fredericktown, was apprehended in Ohio on a warrant charging her with robbery and conspiracy.
School officials and police are mapping out long-term security plans for area schools after two recent incidents on or near school campuses.
A psychiatrist told the judge the suspect, Edward McDonald, was "unusually happy and cheerful" days after the blaze.
Federal lawsuits aim to get the EPA to control noxious chemicals and odors produced by factory farms.
Columbus developer Continental Real Estate Cos. pitched a plan to the city to build apartments adjacent to the Hyatt Place hotel.
Terry Sempf had argued that the judge did not fully describe the government's allegations on the conspiracy count.
The bank occupies about two-thirds of the 42-story, 943,000-square-foot Downtown building.
PUC’s chairman says the long process to reach the agreement illustrated the need for regulatory reforms at the legislative level.
The freezing rain advisory has been issued through 4 p.m. today, according to the National Weather Service.
They taught a program at Fox Chapel’s Cooper Siegel Library Sunday.
The 2015 budget holds the line on property tax rates.
Ian Stewart, CEO of treasury services at the bank’s New York headquarters, will become chairman of BNY Mellon Pennsylvania in March.
A coal truck collided with a tractor-trailer hauling beer shortly after 4 a.m., according to Westmoreland County emergency officials.
The victim, Justin Hay, 42, lived in the home on Woodland Drive where police were summoned Monday night in response to a shooting.
Joseph Adu-Marfo, 22, of McKees Rocks, died in Allegheny General Hospital about 40 minutes after the shooting.
Two high school students provide a free, three-part class on robotics at Dorseyville Middle School to capture the interest of students
“It’s clear we have some immediate work to do to deliver better performance,” new president and CEO Don Nolan said in a press release.
Mifflin Township Historical Society has a new home, a jump in membership and a regular schedule of meetings planned for 2015.
Cam Howard, 8, has progeria, a rare condition in which children age at a rate much faster than normal.