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Classes are cancelled in the buildings and employees are being told not to report to work, Pitt officials said.
No serious injuries were reported in the crash, which occurred at Penn and North Braddock avenues around 6 a.m.
An early morning low of minus-3 degrees broke the record low set back in 1901 at 2 degrees in Pittsburgh.
Deandre Smith, 20, was arrested late Thursday and faces charges of homicide and a weapons violation, according to court records.
No-trespassing signs have been erected to form a buffer zone around enclosures that are being monitored by a contractor.
Six of the findings were negative and two were positive, including compliance with NCAA bylaws covering athlete eligibility, financial aid.
Officials at the McKee’s Point Marina on the Youghiogheny River estimate repair costs at around $400,000.
Snow tapered off around 9 a.m. in Pittsburgh, and a winter weather advisory was canceled. Record cold is expected tonight.
Prosecutors said Jordan fatally shot his father’s pregnant fiancee, Kenzie Houk with a 20-gauge shotgun Feb. 20, 2009, as she slept.
Federal prosecutors said Dov Ratchkauskas, 48, who has Israeli citizenship, tried to obtain a passport so he can flee the country.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton said 12 of the 14 are in custody and will appear today in U.S. District Court for initial hearings.
Since May, the Education Department has regularly disclosed a list of schools that its Office for Civil Rights is investigating.
Elephant acts have been showcased by Ringling for more than a century and have often been featured in its posters.
The Pitt research represents the first look at hCG as a target of phthalate exposure in pregnancy.
Emergency responders are still assessing people, but any injuries appear to be minor, the Fire Department of New York said.
Deandre Smith, 20, was awaiting arraignment in the Allegheny County jail Thursday night, a news release from homicide detectives said.
Harrison Ford suffered moderate injuries and was taken to a hospital.
Relatives of the boy, are suing the Circle C Youth & Family Service group home, and the former employee, Jaymar Gilbert.
Donald Rutherford is wanted for the alleged sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl.
Roderick Diggs, a former drug screener for the county court system, was ordered to stand trial for accepting money to report clean results.
Richard Cavanaugh, 40, was sentenced by Common Pleas Judge Lester G. Nauhaus and also ordered to pay more than $80,000 in restitution.
Jeremy Burnworth, 35, had been indicted in December.
The problem began about 1:20 p.m. when a load of steel coils shifted on a tractor-trailer.
John Schmitt, 37, was on "constant observation" on the building's sixth floor last month when police say he assaulted a therapist.
The defendants are Graham Spanier, Gary Schultz and Tim Curley.
Officers found a car parked sideways on the street, with a man’s body in the back seat, around 3:30 a.m. on Lebanon Church Road.
The Pittsburgh concert is May 24.
The use of force in the incident is now being reviewed at the request of Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay.
Defense attorney David Bruck objected to the extent of testimony Wednesday from three women who described their injuries in detail.
The private, Catholic, liberal arts school has a 15-member police force and about 4,000 students on all campuses.
The North’s state-run Korean Central News Agency called the attack a “knife shower of justice.”
The officer had to be cut out of his car after the crash.
With the exception of a brief flurry following an Evgeni Malkin goal, the Avalanche carried play for most of the night.
Miami spoiled the occasion by beating Pitt and virtually ended the Panthers' hopes of gaining an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament.
John Frazier, 22, is scheduled to appear in court March 10, according to online court records.
The trial that begins today is expected to be one of the most closely watched terror cases in years.
“It is time for Ferguson’s leaders to take immediate, wholesale and structural corrective action,” Attorney General Eric Holder said.
Additional parking is available at the First Avenue Garage and Second Avenue Plaza, the Pittsburgh Parking Authority said.
Seven small filters that absorb pollution were installed on residents’ property near the Shenango coke works on Neville Island
Crews will relocate pavement striping and move construction barriers, creating a new traffic pattern.
The weekend and early next week reflect the best conditions for warming without flooding.
The operator agreed to close the club after meeting with Pittsburgh police, the District Attorney's office and Liquor Control Enforcement.
Mrs. Ditka was born in Carnegie and moved to Aliquippa with her husband Mike in the early 1940s.
The loose barges were first reported to Allegheny County emergency officials shortly before 6 p.m.
Robert Morris advances to the Northeast Conference tournament semifinals with a 91-68 victory against Wagner at Sewall Center.
Swissvale council on Wednesday voted to select Michael Alder to fill a council seat vacated by Sharon Kuhn-Hanchett, who resigned last
Andre Ruffin went on trial Monday in U.S. District Court on charges of possession of a gun and ammunition as a convicted felon.
Jerrell Whitlock, Dquay Means and Michael Paranay were found not guilty of aggravated assault and attempted homicide in an April jury trial.
The death of John Scaine, 23, of Braddock, was ruled a homicide, a medical examiner's office supervisor said.
Teresa Gatto, 45, was the financial manager for the West Perry Girl Scouts.