About 1,000 people received a warm Thanksgiving meal Thursday as part of the annual tradition.
Forty-three families live in Housing Authority units despite making too much money to qualify.
Alfonso Costa faced a trail of lawsuits as he built around Pittsburgh.
The body was pulled from the Allegheny River this afternoon in Harrison.
Foundations grant will spur temporary ’placemaking’ art works.
Public works officials hopeful delays in first closure of Parkway East will be rectified in next weekend’s closure.
In the last two decades, Mark Laport’s company has erected 13 hotels in the Pittsburgh area. And it’s not done.
The teachers union and school district still have not reached an agreement on several contract issues.
The fire broke out shortly before 4 a.m. in the 2600 block of Cleveland Street.
Jacob Miller, 23, was charged with robbing the First Commonwealth Bank on East Waterfront Drive.
The National Retail Federation estimates that about 135.8 million consumers will be shopping during the four-day weekend.
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police on Wednesday released an internal email describing when officers can shoot at moving vehicles.
The Goodfellows Fund raises money for the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army’s Treasures for Children programs.
The incident occurred around 5 p.m. at the intersection of Route 51 and Simmons Lane.
No one was injured in the blaze in the Pennsbury Village condominiums.
The crash was reported shortly after 3 a.m. on Penn Avenue near North Lang Avenue, authorities said.
The accident occurred shortly after 9:30 p.m., police said.
Some dogs were quarantined as a precaution Nov. 6, and six died from the virus, the shelter director said.
The statement by the executive committee of Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania counters calls to restrict Syrian Muslims.
The request involves Mt. Lebanon’s contract to pay a nonprofit wildlife management organization to organize a controlled archery hunt.
Pittsburgh police are investigating an armed robbery this morning at a Overbrook apartment.
The taxi driver was driving east on Second Avenue when a shot pierced the rear window and struck him, police said.
The 5K and 5-mile races meandered through the streets of the North Shore and Downtown Pittsburgh this morning.
Mr. McGinnis, 91, formerly of Dravosburg, died Sunday at Sunrise of Upper St. Clair, apparently of a heart problem.
One can see how this quaint custom might fade. But when you send someone a real Christmas card, you are also sending a piece of yourself.
Chief says a Bloomfield crash Sunday in which a 12-year-old was critically injured was the impetus for an order halting most police chases.
Kyree Beachem, an 8-year-old girl from Ellwood City with Kyree’s Dream Team Facebook page, received a quadruple organ transplant Wednesday.
Jermaine Dehonney was being sought after police said he was involved in a dispute with two women and shot at them, though neither was hurt.
A man barricaded himself in the basement of his home on Klemont Avenue in Ross.
If the perils of the traffic in Oakland make professional Port Authority bus drivers nervous, imagine what they do to regular motorists.
Cliff Foster is charged with have a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old player.
The vigil will be held at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 in the 400 block of Hays Avenue.
Rashawn Walker turned himself in for questioning Nov. 10 and will appear Jan. 5 in juvenile court.
Russell Zdarsky, of Buffalo, N.Y., was walking along a ramp in the West End Circle shortly before 1:30 p.m. when he was struck.
Gary Myers, 46, of Burgettstown was flown to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh, where he pronounced dead at about 9:30 a.m., officials said.
The girl was returned to her guardians unharmed, police said.
The Parkway East will close for one more weekend -- Dec. 4 through 6 -- to prepare for the Greenfield Bridge implosion.
Timothy Brown Jr. of Rochester admitted that he stole more than 50 guns from his father’s store John Brown's Armory.
The AFS Intercultural Program, an international youth exchange organization, each year sends about 13,000 students abroad.
History professor tells students about defeat of British forces in battle that took place not far from Woodland Hills High School.
The $3.5 million renovation won’t affect the church’s annual holiday event that draws a crowd of 1,200 to the nondenominational church.
The primary pick-up and drop-off locations are in Bridgeville, Peters Township and Bethel Park.
The Blessed Piecemakers of Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church created 103 backpacks for children sponsored by church members.
The annual enrollment report for 2015-16 showed 8,155 students in kindergarten through 12th grade on Oct. 1, down from 8,229 last year.
A grand jury said Christopher Gyorko was headed a ring that shipped the drug into Ohio and Marshall counties and surrounding parts of Ohio.
Plavchak Construction of Clairton has been in the process of renovating the lot since August.
Allegheny County Election officials oversee an exercise in chance when voters serve up a tie in municipal elections.
Owner J.R. Hoffman marks 60 years of providing service for several generations of customers in his barbershop.
Friday is the final day of a month-long strike by the district’s 285 teachers.
The group is in the process of building the Vanguard Theater, slated to open in September 2016.