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At least two cars were damaged, and a purse was taken from one, a police spokeswoman said.
Ceiling work by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation requires the closure.
The program has opened doors for local youth, troubled or not. Does its home in an old city firehouse have a fighting chance?
A series of 2 a.m. brawls, has led to charges against three men and one woman, according to court filings and a police spokeswoman.
Police received a call about 4:20 p.m. that a tall, white man in a black hoodie and a mask robbed Elliott's Town Market on Chartiers Avenue.
The CEO of AHERF (Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation), once the state’s largest health system, was jailed after its fall.
Charlotte Hoffman, 68, of Portersville said she wasn’t giving items to inmates, who she said aren’t getting adequate mental health services.
The deal may benefit investors, but will it help the businesses?
Wheeling police Sgt. Gregg McKenzie said investigators are awaiting the results of additional tests, including a toxicology screen.
Steven Lee, 21, of McKees Rocks was killed early on March 30, 2013, after an evening on a party bus celebrating his cousin’s 34th birthday.
“They are expanding aggressively and they like Pittsburgh,” said Eric M. White, the URA business development executive.
Users gave the trail high marks for cleanliness, safety and maintenance.
James Lawrence is accused as one of three men who pulled Steven Lee off a party bus in Sheraden and beat him before shooting him to death.
Residents at Brighton Heights Senior Healthy Active Living Center aren’t happy that director Lynn Walsh was transferred to Mt. Washington.
With Dave Schuilenburg out, Ms. Harris faces Bobby Wilson, Randy Zotter and Mark Brentley Sr., who may be removed in a legal challenge.
The event to showcase conservation and environmental awareness begins at 8:30 p.m. and will darken buildings Downtown and in Oakland.
Keith Williams, 22, of Homewood was arrested in Northview Heights around 10 p.m. without incident.
The outdoor dinners, in which patrons dress entirely in white, are held in more than 20 countries and 50 cities.
Zachary Threats, 37 is accused of killing Kaamil Arnold, 30, at a home on Tioga Street in Homewood on July 4.
Jamie Parker still faces charges of conspiring to commit robbery tied to the Oct. 14 death of Leonard Butler.
Global Venturing is a new initiative by the University of Pittsburgh to stress the importance of innovation as economic drivers.
Trellis, a law firm being established by two students graduating from the University of Pittsburgh, has a social mission.
Andre Gray and Paul Kochu were positively identified by the Charleston, W.Va., medical examiner’s office, Cmdr. RaShall Brackney said.
Federal and state environmental agencies could approve requests for more time to include green projects in sewer repair plans
Craig Davis of VisitPittsburgh said the first quarter already has proven to be much better than expected for hotels.
The Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority denied a request to release millions in gaming revenue the authority has been withholding.
Police said Lia Savini, 29, shot her boyfriend March 14 at their Bloomfield house while they were both drunk.
Exactly who fired those shots and how that person got a gun into the bar will be key questions as the case heads toward trial.
Andy Masich, president and CEO of Heinz History Center, said, “H.J. Heinz would have been pleased with the merger.”
The suspect took an unknown amount of cash in the robbery at the BP station on Brownsville Road.
Community organizations are presenting a plan for Arsenal Park that has drawn critics concerned about pre-Civil War structures.
A man knocked on the door of a Fine View residence, claiming he needed to check the pipes in the house.
The city and construction company are at odds as to who legally owns the box and its contents found at the North Side demolition site.
Vonda Brown's attorney, Almon Burke, said following the waiver that his client thinks her son might have been misdiagnosed at the hospital.
The mayor said the extra 18 months would enable leaders to come up with a plan that is more environmentally friendly and less expensive.
The Peduto administration is scheduled to release a report today on the costs associated with the comprehensive financial management system.
Emily Selke, one of the three Americans presumed dead in a Tuesday plane crash in the southern French Alps, worked in Pittsburgh.
The board agreed to give the development a LERTA designation, which stands for Local Economic Tax Assistance Revitalization Act.
The annual Champion Awards are made by an organization of parents and educators advocating for all students with disabilities.
The death of seven children in New York City due to an overheated hotplate used for Sabbath no-work guidelines has Jews reviewing safety.
Duquesne University held a “A Day for Learning and Speaking Out” on Wednesday but doesn’t want the conversation to end there.
Six city schools achieve STAR status based on student improvement. Pittsburgh Lincoln PreK-5 is in the top 15 percent.
Zone 6 police said 27 thefts have taken place since February. Most occurred between midnight and 6 a.m. and were concentrated in one area.
The outbound right lane of the Fort Pitt Bridge will be closed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.
The Schaffer building was sold for $225,000 to the Pittsburgh Spice and Seasoning Co.
The Steelers sold the naming rights for the football stadium in 2001 to the Heinz Co. for $57 million over 30 years.
The merged company will be co-headquartered in Pittsburgh and the Chicago area.
Developers presented building design changes to the commission Tuesday before the vote.
No right turns will be allowed through April 7.
David Williams, a trooper since 2003, scuffled with officers who had arrested his brother at the Gateway Clipper dock Sept. 1.