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Report gives new Affordable Housing Task Force daunting housing crisis numbers at which to chip away.
The endangered 10-year-old green turtle was undergoing rehab at the zoo after sustaining an injury from a boat in 2010.
An ACLU suit filed in 2012 on behalf of five African-American men claimed Pittsburgh had hired 440 officers and only 17 were black.
Pittsburgh police were looking for leads tonight on a gold SUV possibly connected to a Homewood shooting that left one person injured.
The Pittsburgh-based breast milk bank will service neonatal intensive care units in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Mark Roosevelt left Pittsburgh five years ago to re-start Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, where there are now 250 students.
Several changes were made to the bill, including which employees would be exempt and language about who pays for the training.
Dustin Jones is charged with robbery, burglary and aggravated assault stemming from three incidents involving elderly casino patrons.
The Pittsburgh mayor acknowledges he erred in criticizing Democratic legislators.
Traffic will be detoured via the McKees Rocks Bridge and Route 65 during the closure, which is scheduled to start 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. Friday.
Darius Rain, 19, faces charges of robbery, burglary, simple assault and criminal mischief, according to court records.
The 48 Arlington bus was headed outbound toward the Smithfield Street Bridge when a car collided with the right side of it.
A man walked into the Fifth Third Bank on East Ohio Street about 9:45 a.m. and passed a note to a teller demanding money.
The trial will continue today for a man accused of committing three robberies over a single day at The Rivers.
A collection of anecdotes and notable sights from around the city during the 2015 Pittsburgh Marathon.
Reject the worship of youth, Bill Thomas tells baby boomers, and embrace the transition from adulthood into elderhood.
Riverlife has started a walking loop from Market Square to the Allegheny River trail to highlight the need for visual improvements there.
Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak says incumbent Pittsburgh Controller Michael Lamb doesn’t work closely enough with city administration.
The man was running along the Boulevard of the Allies around 10:30 a.m. when he collapsed without a pulse, marathon officials said.
Work will occur in both directions, one direction at a time, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. between Kendall and Millerton avenues.
Melia Peters Tourangeau comes to Pittsburgh from Salt Lake City, where she has served as president and CEO of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera.
Jacqueline Battalora wanted to find out why so many young black men are dying at the hands of police, from Baltimore to Ferguson, Mo.
Kaleb Reiber, a 3-month-old from McKees Rocks, died around 8 a.m. in the Ohio Valley Hospital emergency room, officials said.
Sara Kessler died of pneumonia, according to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office.
The conditions at the starting gun fell under the event's “green” alert category, signaling good conditions.
The victim was taken to to UPMC Presbyterian in serious condition and has since been upgraded to stable.
Reductions begin to show as Pittsburgh works toward goal of reducing energy and water use 50 percent by 2030.
About a dozen members of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Racing Team will compete in the handcycling division.
Runners will face warmer temperatures later in the race and are advised to take caution.
The average amount awarded to 49 principals was about $3,515. The performance-based pay totaled about $172,200.
Three candidates are trying to unseat incumbent Councilman Ricky Burgess in the 9th District Democratic primary.
Two challengers to Pittsburgh Councilman Ricky Burgess have unpaid taxes or liens and the third has a public corruption conviction.
Controller Michael Lamb’s annual financial report shows Pittsburgh ended 2014 with a $53 million fund balance, down more than $28 million.
The emptied fund's use is the subject of a petition filed by Richard Mellon Scaife’s children, who say they are owed millions.
The crash occurred around 10:20 a.m. when the car crossed the center line of Penn Avenue and struck an outbound bus, officials said.
The humans have taken a commanding lead halfway through “Brains Vs. Artificial Intelligence” poker challenge.
Controller Michael Lamb’s annual financial report shows Pittsburgh ended 2014 with a $53 million fund balance, down from $83 million.
The Astrobotic/CMU team is also competing in the $30 million Google Lunar XPrize competition.
A woman and her three children were outside their home when gunfire erupted on the North Side, police said.
Martinell Lee Humphries, 20, was taken into custody by sheriff's deputies and an FBI task force.
The May Day March for Immigrant and Workers Rights is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m.
The report will be formally released at an event in Monday when the National Council on Disability meets in Oakland.
Police said the shooting occurred at around 7:15 p.m. near the intersection of Freemont and Jenny Lind streets.
The Pittsburgh Police Arson Squad today arrested a 10-year-old girl in connection with a fire at her family's home.
A vigil in Pittsburgh’s Market Square for victims of the earthquake in Nepal drew comments from residents with family members there.
The no-pedal bikes-for-tykes race will be hosted by the city in June.
Doctors told two state House committees about likely benefits of medical marijuana but said long-term effects of the drug aren’t known.
A lawyer says the city lost a previous case when it tried to regulate business practices at private building operators.
Federal prosecutors believe the drug case may be linked to the unsolved death of 34-year-old Tina Crawford.
University spokesman Ken Service said the incident “appears to be isolated.”