National Weather Service advises that today would be a good day to stay out of the sun.
A man opens fire on a group that was having an argument.
Machi Brown, 27, of Mt. Oliver was dead when police arrived at the Merritt Avenue residence.
The music director for CCAC Boyce shared his enthusiasm with thousands of students while teaching for half a century.
Residents will find out next month whether their property will be taken for the proposed highway from Jefferson Hills to Monroeville.
FOCUS Pittsburgh embarks on block-by-block effort to heal trauma in Hill District, starting on 2900 block of Webster Avenue.
Keegan McDade, 5, and his family split time traveling to motocross competitions and driving to Pittsburgh for spinal taps and chemotherapy.
The Allegheny County police Homicide Unit is investigating the East Carter Street shooting.
Some of those rescued from the flooded mine recalled their 77 hours underground on the anniversary of the disaster.
At an event in Oakland’s Schenley Plaza, nurses taught participants how to perform hands-only CPR.
A second round of storms pounded southwestern Allegheny and central Washington, the weather service said.
Police said the hospitalized victim, from Garfield, may have been pursued by multiple assailants.
Police are asking for the public’s help to solve the Union Avenue crime that left a victim in critical condition.
During WWII, he was taken prisoner by the Germans and remained in captivity until the end of the war.
Dr. George McCollum, 87, retired from his family practice Friday after serving the community for more than half a century.
Many universities use merit aid to bring in top students, but critics worry that it takes money away from students in need.
The city expects 6,000 delegates and alternates, 15,000 reporters, and anywhere from 30,000 to 50,000 protesters to descend on the city.
Designation of Fallingwater and nine other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings on World Heritage List is put on hold by U.N. committee.
In a partnership between TREK Development and ACH Clear Pathways, “Camera Man” was created in a 2015 children’s summer camp.
Non-profit Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh sends its crews and volunteers to repair old housing stock for homeowners in need.
The fire was reported shortly after 10 p.m. at GIS Automotive in the 1000 block of Route 8, Shaler police said.
Stephen Matakovich is charged with deprivation of civil rights and falsification of a record in the arrest of Gabriel Despres in November.
Two Mon Valley workers who were disciplined for not immediately reporting injuries they didn’t know they had will get $1,350 in back pay.
Fox wanted to stay with breaking news reports from Munich, Germany, where several people were shot at a shopping mall.
Jogi Gowda died Wednesday afternoon from injuries sustained during a bicycle accident in Monroeville five days earlier.
James Bongiorni, 68, of Burgettstown was held for court on a single count of homicide today by District Judge Traci L. McDonald in Cecil.
Ira M. Lubert, 66, will lead the Penn State University board for a year. The school’s trustees voted 34-0 to elect him chairman.
In the most recent robbery at the store on Spring Garden Avenue, the suspect was assisted in the robbery by a second man with a handgun.
Police said Joshua Wesley McKelvey, 18, of East McKeesport was a volunteer firefighter with United Fire/Rescue 135.
Lavar Harris, 29, of Homewood was arrested after Pittsburgh police said he assaulted a woman at a residence on Bennett Street.
All outbound/eastbound traffic will continue to exit via the 10th Street Bridge detour.
Joshuaa Brubaker says he flew the flag to protest plans to build a Keystone Pipeline through the site of the Wounded Knee confrontation.
Frank Dalmas served as acting superintendent for the past few weeks.
The North Shore-based publisher of the Tribune-Review said it expects about 100 of 400 employees who are eligible to take the buyout offer.
Pittsburgh police said Lance A. Daniels, 22, faces charges of attempted homicide and aggravated assault in the July 8 shooting.
The fire at the Greenway Apartments complex on Woodlow Street was reported around 4 a.m.
Among those at the gathering was Bessie King, who decried recent police violence against her nephew and other African-Americans.
Patients infected by an employee who stole fentanyl are suing UPMC and a staffing agency for failing to report the thefts.
The Regional Industrial Development Corp. isn’t wasting any time in embracing its new role at the former LTV Coke Works in Hazelwood.
The accomplished opera singer was a vocal coach whose students included Tony Award winners.
Former governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld are on the Libertarian ticket, and said the dislike of major-party candidates gives them a shot.
A judge gave a Hill District property owner 30 days to get rid of the bird, but even professionals have been unable to catch it.
The district will pay $780,750 to MHY Family Services, formerly Mars Home for Youth, for two fields across from the district high school.
The school board voted unanimously to get more information about installing air conditioning in the elementary and middle schools.
Peters Township School Board is considering using eminent domain to purchase former the Rolling Hills Country Club site.
The McKeesport Trail Commission has created a place for bicyclists on the Great Allegheny Passage to stay overnight.
The district authorized the use of video and audio recordings for disciplinary purposes.
The local scholars are among approximately 7,300 selected nationwide.
In addition to Pokemon, chickens were a topic of discussion at the commissioners meeting.
Upgrades that were made to the 24-by-50-foot structure led to an approval process that turned out to be long and frustrating for the owner.