Early-’90s efforts to reverse the area’s worrisome trends set a vibrant market in motion, and the old guys wonder who all the newbies are.
Port Authority’s T service resumed Sunday along the Broadway Avenue corridor after being shut down for six months while track was replaced.
The event will be held at 3:30 p.m. at the Fitzgerald Field House in Oakland. Doors will open at 1 p.m.
The charity race sponsored by a Carnegie Mellon University fraternity benefits ALS research.
A two-day event will give people a close-up look at 40 Downtown sites that are usually closed off or inaccessible to the public.
There are those who take the event seriously, but for many, the 5K and 10K events are all about having a good time.
Nick Edinger won the Richard S. Caliguiri Great Race 10K Sunday, while mother of three Jennifer Bigham was the first female finisher.
The air flow unit was repaired Saturday, allowing for patients to be moved back into the impacted areas.
About 75 marchers in Lawrenceville try to raise awareness of endangered African animals.
The local office will provide efficiencies in handling cases from Western Pennsylvania, officials say.
Lawrenceville may have overachieved to its detriment, with affordable housing, a thriving nightlife, and a shortage of parking.
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
Investigators believe the shooting occurred near the intersection of Portland and Janero streets.
The Oakland facility is diverting some admissions, and expects to have the air-handling unit fixed late Sunday.
The shooting occurred in the 800 block of Bryn Mawr Road about 11:20 p.m.
A chord vital to the bridge’s stability buckled in a fire Sept. 2, twisting a joint where several other beams come together.
Clay and Lisa Burnett of Chagrin Falls have added a new addition to their family, but will also try to add two more first-place finishes.
The incident occurred shortly after 11 p.m. in the 400 block of Wood Street, according to authorities.
The city would avoid tax increases for a second consecutive year under a proposal introduced Friday by Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration.
The schools’ start and end times were adjusted about 25 minutes earlier due to the bridge closure.
All Liberty Bridge traffic will continue to be detoured, and the bridge remains closed indefinitely.
Lavaughn Gray was arraigned Thursday in City Court, Downtown, and is being held in the Allegheny County Jail on $100,000 straight bond.
Lincoln Levys, charged with homicide, refuses to comply with the court’s instructions and is escorted away from the proceedings.
The assaults occurred Aug. 14 at Frankstown and North Homewood avenues in Homewood.
Authorities plan to block off an underpass at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for an appearance today by the Republican nominee.
Bruce Kraus, Pittsburgh City Council president, said the body should vote by year’s end on whether to create an affordable housing fund.
Stone sculptor Wayne D. Ferree and Graciano Corp. restored three landmark monuments in the North Side’s Allegheny Commons Park.
Attorney says Kishawn Jackson, 16, “was not the person firing shots” when four people were wounded on Independence Day.
Trib attorney Robert Byer said the documents sought were not only confidential, but also irrelevant to the estate fight.
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 66 pulled sponsorship of the Marcellus Shale Coalition’s annual conference in Pittsburgh.
Donte Jermaine Randolph, 27, was charged Wednesday by Pittsburgh police with homicide by vehicle while DUI and other offenses.
The panel requested during its deliberations Wednesday to hear several recordings played at trial.
About 30 people show up for peace rally at the City-County Building in Downtown today.
The woman and a man hid in a closet at the Lakewood Street residence when she was shot in the mouth.
The robbery happened at Lillen’s Restaurant on East Ohio Street.
The announcement of her visit coincides with a new radio ad that the campaign says will outline what’s at stake for black millennials.
Since an August storm inundated the roadway, requiring the rescue of motorists, city leaders have discussed plans for addressing the issue.
A jury now is deliberating the fate of Derek Lee and Paul Durham, who are accused of killing Leonard Butler in Elliott in 2014.
Yusuf Shepard and Malik Crosby are accused of killing another 16 year old at a group home.
Hearst Stations says the former anchor’s claims are “long on speculation” but “short on any factual support.”
A judge denied the appeal of former Pitt researcher Robert Ferrante, who is serving life in prison for killing his wife, Autumn Klein.
Police arrested Aaron Lyons, George McIntosh, and Juwan McIntosh.
Seven members of the fire bureau received the honor today in the City-County Building, Downtown.
The first lady will be campaigning for Hillary Clinton on Sept. 28 in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
The officer was responding to the Morningside area in relation to a stolen vehicle when the crash occurred, police said.
After the media blitz, a select group of everyday Uber users experience the new rides — some ending with a selfie.
Maintenance requests for a camera surveillance system appeared delayed in reaching a contractor, according to the city.
Someone fired at least 11 shots at Daija McCall of Homewood in the middle of the day Saturday; she was pronounced dead in the street.
Police have arrested and charged Sonnie Watts, 42, and Jessica Wainwright, 36, on drug charges after search of Tours Street home.
Real estate sources say 601W Companies, which owns Pittsburgh’s iconic U.S. Steel Tower, may be looking to put the building on the market.