ALEC, which arranges forums for corporate members to meet with legislators from around the country, has been controversial in recent years.
Prosecutors said the pen was among items that accused killer Allen Wade discarded after he killed the women in their house on Feb. 7, 2014.
The suspects were apprehended during a traffic stop on the inbound side of the Liberty Tunnels early today.
Police said a house in the 5300 block of Kent Way was set on fire Wednesday.
Danielle Anderson, 44, of Turtle Creek, has been suspended with pay since the April 20 incident at Pittsburgh Faison K-5 in Homewood.
Walnut Capital has reached a deal with a U.S.-based pension fund to invest in the mixed use office, retail and hotel development site.
The privately funded project would aid several projects, including prevention of fetal infections that cause microcephaly.
Governor hears from local leaders and those affected by the crisis on how to deal with the drug epidemic.
Kimbia Inc. says hardware issue caused delays in processing donations during nationwide online giving events, including one in Pittsburgh.
The fund for retired police, firefighters and other municipal employees increased to $1.2 billion and is 55 percent funded.
Lamont Powell was charged with assault in a 2015 incident; the witness/victim did not show up for the second time today.
Allen Wade is on trial for allegedly killing his next-door neighbors, Susan and Sarah Wolfe, on Feb. 6, 2014.
Willis Wheeler of Rankin convicted in federal court on drug and gun charges
Mandatory overtime at the jail and a new policy on moving inmates are said to have left correctional officers frustrated.
The mid-April Donald Trump rallies and Sunday’s Pittsburgh Marathon will be the subject of reviews.
ALEC members will discuss and vote on proposals that could be submitted as potential model bills to a board of state legislators.
Senate Bill 1221 calls for the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority to adopt a records-retention policy, file monthly financial reports.
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development is planning to meet with employers and educators to find solutions in “war” for workers.
The animals were taken from a house in the 600 block of Elmbank Street, said Pittsburgh police Officer Christine Luffey.
Officer Gregory McGee testified Wednesday in the homicide trial of Allen Wade.
Anjohnito Willet handed 12 to 30 years for shooting four students outside the high school in November 2013.
Police said two women in the 20s were riding bicycles inbound on Penn Avenue at about 11:56 p.m. Tuesday when the accident happened.
A warrant was issued for Edward Damien Stewart, 37, who police said was the boyfriend of the girl’s mother.
Performing lions, tigers and bears would be prohibited in Pittsburgh, as would other animals including camels, elephants and monkeys.
City planners back historic status for Albright United Methodist Church, but church owner says it alone has power to seek that designation.
The Pittsburgh Foundation suspended the Day of Giving program Tuesday afternoon, saying it planned to reschedule the event at a later date.
Lead investigator describes arduous processing of scene, which the defense contends was done sloppily in Feb. 2014 double homicide.
Prosecutors said security at a Wilkinsburg district judge’s office would not suffice. It wants to change the venue to Downtown Pittsburgh.
The Allegheny County medical examiner’s office said Jennifer Miller, 36, whose address was not known, was found near a marina.
The videotaped statement and preliminary hearing testimony of LeRoy Powell were presented Monday at the trial of Eric Taylor.
The agency charged with monitoring Pittsburgh’s budgeting didn’t reconcile its own accounts or double-sign checks.
Parent company of 31st Street Studios in the Strip District says that it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts
Disability advocates are hopeful that increased patronage will encourage more businesses to comply with the Americas with Disabilities Act.
Memorial service held for officers that died in 2015 in the line of duty.
An annual report about Pittsburgh’s finances released this morning noted some positive trends.
Pennsylvania has now confirmed 17 Zika cases statewide over the last four months. Results of Zika blood tests are pending for 123 people.
Allen Wade is accused of killing Susan and Sarah Wolfe in their Chislett Street home on Feb. 6, 2014.
CEO of 31st Street Studios’ parent company says, despite the filing, it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts.
Police say they have arrested Myers Williams in connection March 18 incidents that resulted in businesses tagged with blue peace symbols.
Carnegie Mellon University’s on-campus eatery reopened today after it was closed due to illnesses of 40 customers and employees.
Squirrel Hill executive G. Reynolds “Renny” Clark will reach out to investigators, state agencies to clarify oversight agency’s finances.
Also, the Route 28 southbound off-ramp to East Ohio Street is closed as crews conduct ramp reconstruction work. Detours are posted.
Allen Wade is charged with two counts of criminal homicide, robbery, burglary and related charges in the East Liberty women’s deaths.
Molly Rush says activist priest Daniel Berrigan inspired her to participate in civil disobedience at nuclear plant.
A new career and technical education program focusing on entertainment technology is set to open this fall at Pittsburgh Milliones 6-12.
Pittsburgh Public Works is developing a plan for bike and pedestrian access only to the Three Rivers Heritage Trail at South Ninth Street.
The school board is expected to vote on the plan in June.
Creative, “fantastic” designs sought to spark interest in redevelopment of almost five acres in the Boggs-Bailey corridor
Humans and elephants are susceptible to the same strain of TB and can pass it to each other.
The nonprofit expected to use $500,000 in state funds this year for career training, job counseling and hands-on computer training.