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Robert Thomson gave no indication such a bequest was in the works, said William Carl, president of the seminary.
A $1.1 million deficit has caused the Allegheny Intermediate Unit to turn therapists into independent contractors, some of whom may quit.
Pittsburgh is a low-cost market when it comes to knee and hip replacements, according to a new Blue Cross Blue Shield survey.
The proposal could lead to a constitutional amendment giving the Legislature more authority over determining tax exemptions for nonprofits.
The cost of the program proposed by Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak would be negligible, a Pittsburgh personnel official said.
The Greenfield Bridge will close late this year for repairs.
Brandy Greulich told the bank teller at PNC Bank in Bellevue that she had bombs in her car and demanded for $40,000.
The three-dimensional laser scanners can be used to plan for emergency operations and the reconstruction of crime and accident scenes.
Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf recalled 28 nominations, which he characterized as having been made at the “eleventh hour.”
The supervisor said Anthony Garland, was pronounced dead about 5:22 p.m. He lived in an apartment building on the 700 block of Kelly Avenue.
William K. Foster Sr. worked helping minority communities through banking and agencies such as the Urban League of Pittsburgh.
Steve Katz loved sports and was a devoted coach and mentor to all.
More than $26,000 in stolen funds from the Baldwin Borough Volunteer Firefighters’ Relief Association led to criminal charges last year,
“He just wanted to talk to somebody,” Homestead police Chief Jeffrey DeSimone said.
Volunteers spend time inside the Dollar Energy Fund’s ice house to raise money to help people pay their heating bills.
Nolan Burch, a freshman, died in November after an initiation event at the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Elementary principals Tanya Smith, of Turner Elementary, and Rosalind Fisher, of Kelly Elementary, will receive the one-time bonuses.
The committee on economic development and housing recommended a resolution that would give Walnut Capital a 10-year tax break.
Two officials were sentenced for misusing $26,000 from the Baldwin’s Volunteer Firefighters’ Relief Association, but more money is missing.
Two deaths have been linked to powdered caffeine, with one teaspoon having the equivalent of about 25 cups of coffee.
John R. Miller of South Park ordered to home confinement for one year and to pay a $45,000 fine.
The earnings, which amounted to $1.83 per share, topped Wall Street estimates.
The state Supreme Court had appointed Joseph M. James to take over administrative tasks from then-President Judge Debbie O'Dell Seneca.
Between Jan. 1, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2013, the city paid $368,720 out of its witness protection fund.
A proposed update of the 121-year-old building was decried by preservationists because it required a virtually complete demolition.
Initial reports indicated the attempted robbery involved a bomb threat, but police said no bomb was found at the scene.
Father Charles Bober is leaving as president at North Catholic to oversee a major construction project at St. Killian Parish in Cranberry.
The money will help fund 25 Allegheny County agencies that provide housing and services to homeless people.
Andrew Capone of Highland Park was arraigned Monday night on charges of hindering apprehension and obstructing the administration of law.
Police say the 27-year-old woman used the cruiser to ram her grandfather’s car before leading police on a nearly 10-mile chase.
The proposed amendment would give the Legislature sole discretion in defining which organizations are charities deserving tax exemptions.
Joggers found Teaira Whitehead's body at the bottom of a hill on a trail below Riverview Avenue on the afternoon of Oct. 6.
No snow is expected today. The National Weather Service has forecast a high of 22 and a low of 7 tonight.
The Ikea store in Columbus would be the retail chain’s second store in Ohio.
Burrell Brown, on the Cal U faculty since 1989, was found dead late Sunday.
The weather service warned that the snow showers will rapidly reduce viability and that roads may become snow-covered and slick.
Brian White will remain superintendent of the district as the board approved a five-year contract for him at a salary of $156,831 per year.
Mr. Frein is charged with killing Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding another trooper at the state police barracks in Blooming Grove on Sept.
Hill District residents viewed the plans for the new U.S. Steel headquarters Monday, giving it mostly favorable reviews.
Joey, who had a brain tumor, was sworn in as an officer in June and got to spend a day with the Bethel Park police. He died Wednesday.
A large, shape-shifting winter storm spilled 7.1 inches of snow on the region on its way to the Atlantic coast.
Pittsburgh police say all the rush-hour accidents were minor.
Police arrested Shaquir Gilmore, 18, of Rankin and have not identified the juvenile male.
Two police officers beat a man with batons a combined 17 times during an August arrest at the Renewal Center Downtown, police said today.
Sister Daniela Bronka, principal of St. Bernard School, shows her students that nuns don’t have to be old or intimidating.
Second of two parts. Housing authorities nationally maintain police forces, guard contracts and pacts with police despite budget cuts.
The National Weather Service’s winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 tonight.
“We’re super excited about that,” Astrobotic CEO John Thornton said. “We were confident going into it. I expected that outcome.”
It was the first firearm found in carry-on luggage at the airport this year.
Roman Jones faces charges of criminal homicide and other crimes in the slaying Tuesday of William “Billy” Doyle, 24, at Crawford Village.