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Pittsburgh public works crews need to get a crane into the area near the steep hillside to try to remove the dirt from the roadway.
Fort Pitt Tunnel reopened at 4 a.m. today, in plenty of time for the St. Patrick's Day parade, after a ceiling repair caused huge backups.
The Redd Up employees are being transferred to other public works divisions.
Whether the city will appeal the arbitration award remains unclear.
The Miss Smiling Irish Eyes court will participate in the St. Patrick's Day Parade today.
Strong Women, Strong Girls, a national mentoring program for pre-adolescent girls, has named Sabrina Saunders as its local executive
Saturday's St. Patrick's Day parade and associated events are expected to draw more than 100,000 people to Pittsburgh.
Workers were expected to be finished by 6 a.m. today, in plenty of time for the St. Patrick's Day parade.
Peduto's executive order reduces the number of take home cars from 56 to 38, all for public works and public safety supervisors.
Joseph A. Quinn said the decision ignores history and the will of voters who said in November they favored residency for police officers.
The award could be signed today and would take effect immediately.
The Miles civil trial hinges as much on what the officers believed was happening as what actually happened.
The city will remain under the state's program for financially distressed municipalities.
Port Authority police are searching tonight for a man who was arrested and escaped from UPMC Mercy.
Robert Palmosina, 50, of Banksville, says he lost his laborer job because he didn't support new Mayor Bill Peduto last year.
Howard McQuillan was elected president, defeating Greg Kalogeris and Daniel O'Hara, said current president Mike LaPorte.
Beaver County native Lauren Williams and Irish boxer Michael Carruth will be among the participants on Saturday.
The issue had been the subject of tensions between members of the Pittsburgh police union and city administrators.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. said the city needs to be careful about releasing details before arrests are made.
The cameras, installed to help police solve crimes, are down because the Ravenstahl administration never signed a new maintenance contract.
Jordan Miles, 22, claims in civil suit that Pittsburgh police officers falsely arrested him and beat him.
City public works employees are on the scene trying to clear the debris.
Greg Brown, who was granted a new trial last month in the case, was given a $750,000 bail earlier this week by an Allegheny County judge.
Controller Chelsa Wagner said her office has instructed more than 1,000 vendors how to submit bills and purchase orders electronically.
The tunnel was closed for a time around 10 a.m. and again around 10:15 as the control signals went red.
Vernon Gibson, 38, of Mount Washington, was charged via summons with two counts of driving under the influence.
The incident around 9 a.m. blocked the busway near the Roslyn Street station in Swissvale, causing detours and delays.
University officials have said that a single-sex college is no longer a viable model given financial and enrollment concerns.
The plan has run into opposition from residents concerned about noise and smells, or those unwilling to move to make way for the building.
Extreme pogo jumpers will come to the city for the EQT Three Rivers Regatta.
She doesn't know where antique brooch came from, but it sure feels worth holding onto.
The VA knew early on that employee errors led to a Legionnaires' outbreak.
An ammunition magazine was an issue on the first day of the second Jordan Miles trial.
Nate Harper pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit theft from a federally funded program and four counts of failure to file tax returns.
Corizon said that Sister Barbara lost her job because Allegheny County revoked her security clearance. It has since been reinstated.
David Miklos, 53, of Marshall-Shadeland, is charged with killing and robbing Richard Didonato, 66, the night of Feb. 10.
Point Park University estimated 1,800 employees were affected by a missing portion of a shipment, which included personal information.
The bill will make the data available on a yet-to-be-developed city website for the public and for the tech community.
Police dog Rocco died after he was stabbed Jan. 28 while trying to apprehend a fugitive.
Today is her last city council meeting; tomorrow will mark her last standing committee meeting.
The Ontario-based Hazmasters Inc., a safety products company, has 14 branches in Canada and generates $80 million in revenue per year.
Marathon registration remains on par with last year despite horrendous winter weather here.
Craft-O-Tron: What used to be a cigarette machine has risen from the ashes to become a sales outlet for local crafters.
The historical marker will become part of a memorial plaza that pays tribute to the Croatian community.
The incident involving Diane Richard's take-home SUV highlighted gaps in the policies regarding such vehicles.
The Monongahela Incline will be closed from approximately 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today for track inspection, Port Authority announced.
Thirteen other cities are participating in conversations to bring together local officials, educators, families and community leaders.
Greg Brown is charged with setting a fire in 1997 that claimed the lives three firefighters at his home on Bricelyn Street.
National group PeopleForBikes will provide technical and financial assistance as the city installs five miles of protected bike lanes.
The trial pits Jordan Miles against police officers David Sisak, Michael Saldutte and Richard Ewing.