Today is the final day take in the live performances, which conclude with Eddie Palmieri’s Big Salsa Orchestra.
Magee-Womens Hospital went on lockdown Saturday after Alex Lee Randolph, 24, was seen placing air gun in the bushes outside.
Police found the man shot in a residence in the 200 block of Walter Street.
The room at the Western PA Humane Society will provide better conditions for the 300 rabbits that come to the shelter annually.
Officers were dispatched to the corner of Boggs Avenue and Greenbush Street about 9:30 p.m. for a report of a double shooting.
Police said the men, two of them armed, entered the restaurant in the 1100 block of Brownsville Road shortly after 9 p.m.
UPMC issued what it calls a “bronze alert” for the hospital, meaning someone had a weapon and all employees were required to stay in place.
The Pittsburgh SWAT unit was called to a residence in the 300 block of Clover Street about 2:15 p.m.
The $13.2 million facility will be built in the Trees Field Complex along Robinson Street Extension in Oakland.
Despite predictions of swarms and nighttime noise, the insect has been mostly absent in the city.
Zachary Blair agreed to a 15 to 30-year-sentence in the case that involved the death of Anthony Wilson.
Orlando R. Williams, 38, has been charged with homicide in the death of 8-year-old JonMarquis Stepich.
Catholic leader cites killings in Orlando, Wilkinsburg, and Charleston.
Daevon Plowden is charged in the slaying of Tamar Taylor, 26, of Munhall, who police said was shot multiple times May 25.
Two Pittsburgh girls won the top spots Thursday in the girls’ championship at the 93rd National Marbles Tournament in Wildwood, N.J.
A conference at the the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square is highlighting strategies for fighting opioid overuse.
Hundreds at St. Paul Cathedral venerate relics of Thomas More and John Fisher, touted as examples of a modern cause of religious liberty.
A report on Anthony Hamlet’s credentials, led by former state prosecutor Laurel Brandstetter, is likely to go to the board next week.
The Regatta will celebrate July 4th but save the best — including a Gateway Clipper Boat Race — for Aug. 5-7.
Akhil Mishra, who owned Giggles on Smithfield Street, will join his wife in India after pleading guilty in federal court.
While Pittsburgh’s bid fell short, the Department of Transportation said it “will help (the city) carry through on” its proposals.
Haley Grenesko won the girls' championship. And Lauren Shuty, 12, of the South Side Flats, was the national runner-up.
The federal government requires public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity.
Andre Higgs among the first defendants charged by the U.S. prosecutor’s office under tougher laws for dealers whose drugs kill or injure.
Allegheny County police charged Cheron Shelton and Robert Thomas with shooting five adults and an unborn child March 9 in Wilkinsburg.
The Energy Grid Research and Infrastructure Development Institute will promote off-campus efforts to modernize the power grid.
Tenant complaints about the management prompted the decision to buy Manchester’s 86 Hope VI units, once hailed as an innovative venture.
Antwaun Bush says officers improperly ordered a dog to bite him during a 2012 arrest and filed false charges against him.
Pittsburgh City Council gave unanimous preliminary approval to the $785,000 payment during its standing committee meeting Wednesday.
Census data show an increasingly diverse and younger Allegheny County, but not nearly as much as is the case nationally.
A boy “involved” in a Hill District business robbery was shot and injured this evening, police said.
The outage affected a large swatch of property on Wednesday afternoon.
The news is the latest round of cutbacks at the struggling Downtown-based ,for-profit company Education Management Corp.
In round one of an ongoing legal battle with the city, Lamar was ordered to remove rust from the back of the old Bayer sign.
An agreement could be struck within days, but the ICA’s board will have to reconvene at a public meeting to approve it, officials say.
As the high school and middle schools prepare to shut down, the move to furlough was made in a special voting meeting.
Ryan Gustafson, in Pittsburgh for alleged role in running a counterfeiting network, is indicted on two new counts of passing bogus cash.
Oishii Bento in Oakland and Uptown Diner in Hampton were cited for multiple food safety violations.
After a $100 million renovation, the landmark has an underground garage, fitness center, high-tech meeting room and will update its theater.
Cirque du Soleil performers give children a first-hand look at the alien elegance of the “Na’vi.”
He receives the center’s New Person Award for his civil rights and social justice activism.
Witnesses said two groups of young men argued on the basketball court and began fighting about 7:30 p.m.
Despite the news, Pittsburgh officials say they are determined to piece together funding from other sources to implement parts of the plan.
Abby Lee Miller indicates she will admit to bankruptcy fraud and related offenses next Monday.
Medical waste was mixed with municipal waste and dumped illegally, landfill operators say.
The coalition aims to gather 15,000 signatures with the goal of a ballot initiative for Pittsburgh voters to consider in November.
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David Angle will be sentenced on a single count of voluntary manslaughter.
Anthony Hamlet is set to begin his duties July 1, a day after the contract for the current superintendent Linda Lane ends.
A deer bounding down city streets on Sunday created a public safety hazard and a tricky situation for police and animal control officers.