There will also be single-lane restrictions on West Carson Street between the Corliss Tunnel and the West End Bridge, through Nov. 10.
Ms. Warren will appear at the University of Pittsburgh for a 1 p.m. rally in the Connolly Ballroom at Alumni Hall. Doors open at noon.
William P. Mullen said he’s hoping to reduce some of the overtime in his office.
The instructions reiterate the Roman Catholic Church’s preference for burial over cremation.
A theater, bowling alley and amusement arcade could be in the works for the Downtown landmark.
The “United for Seniors” effort in Allegheny County adds emphasis on assistance for caregivers of elderly parents.
Milton Washington was the owner of Allegheny Rehabilitation Housing Corp. which provided housing for low income people in the region.
Under the proposal, all 12 gambling venues would pay 4 percent of gross terminal slot machine revenue to compensate host municipalities.
A June U.S. Supreme Court decision requires police officers to get search warrants to draw blood in suspected DUI cases if drivers refuse.
The vice president fired several salvos at the GOP nominee while offering an optimistic vision of the U.S. under the ex-secretary of state.
Enrique Soto, 25, and Anna Russell, 20, will be sentenced by Common Pleas Judge David R. Cashman on Jan. 19.
Beaver County authorities said Donald T. Teaford, 36, was charged with abuse of a corpse.
The board voted 4-4 during a meeting Tuesday night on the appointment of Scott Coulson, failing to reach the required majority.
Two men approached Elliott Blackwell on Oct. 18 and opened fire on him. He shot back and was charged with a crime.
Representative Anthony Deluca announced that the state will reimburse the district for costs related to the construction of new buildings.
Police say the shooting was reported after a fight in an apartment just before 10 a.m.
Some $10 billion in aid to states would come with strings, which might force Pennsylvania to change its rules.
PennDOT has announced lane restrictions approaching the Fort Pitt Tunnel Wednesday night from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday.
The plastics maker that was spun out of Bayer reported strong demand for its materials used in automobiles, electronics and other products.
Pittsburgh’s mayor and Allegheny County’s executive will meet with PSO management and musicians this week.
The local unemployment rate for formerly incarcerated people is about 53 percent, said Laura Ellsworth, who helps lead a local board.
A proposal circulated last week could subject council members to fines for disclosing key material from executive sessions.
The U.S. Attorney's office has reached an agreement with Ron Whethers, who ran one of the biggest cocaine networks on the East Coast.
Educator, school director, Wilkinsburg official, model and beauty contestant.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. will campaign for Hillary Clinton and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Katie McGinty Wednesday.
A tearful Kathleen Kane — convicted on perjury, obstruction and other charges — pleaded for leniency during her sentencing hearing.
A federal jury convicted James Nassida and his sister, Janna Nassida, on charges related to orchestrating a massive mortgage fraud scheme.
Javahn Griffin, 23, will serve 12 ½ to 30 years in prison.
Nadia Goins-Samuel will serve five years probation.
FNB’s new operations and customer service center is slated to open later this year in the historic D.L. Clark Building at 503 Martindale St.
Pittsburgh police said the body was found about 8 a.m. near the Downtown side of the 10th Street Bridge.
A tractor-trailer fire shut down the Parkway West inbound between exits 52 and 53 (Clinton exit) for more than an hour this morning.
Shortly before 11 p.m., Moon police received multiple calls of shots fire in the Mooncrest public housing development.
Ohio Township police chief says it appeared that whoever lived in the home at Camp Horne Road at Gibson Street was in the process of moving.
Mr. Doyle died Friday at his Shaler home following years of medical issues including a stroke and multiple heart attacks.
The former attorney general is expected to seek leniency for abusing her position, but “no regrets” means she may not receive it.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority board backed off some changes in all-day and lease rates that would have taken effect in August.
The city failed to attract a second bidder for its $9 million-a-year fleet maintenance contract.
Some on Brighton Woods Road say buses that began last month are noisy and may damage the street in their 80-home cul-de-sac.
At a hearing in Monroeville, there were tense moments between charter school CEOs and principals from traditional schools.
“Here's the big X factor: it's called Donald Trump,” said Terry Madonna, director of the Franklin & Marshall College poll.
Followers of a Pennsylvania-based cleric say the Turkish government is using a July coup attempt as a pretext to falsely accuse them.
At 14, the dancing sidekick of pop star Sia and judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” is among the youngest teens to make the list of 30.
The musician will be performing at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Oakland at 6:30 p.m.
The three-car crash forced a closure of the West End Bridge, which has since been reopened.
He died Monday from pancreatic and lung cancer in Manhattan. He was 83.
St. Louis educator Macon Paine Finley will head the Shadyside school beginning in July 2017.
In Washington County, where prescription pill abuse often leads to heroin, dozens of drop off spots nudged people to get rid of old drugs.
Republicans Tim Murphy and Keith Rothfus and Democrat Mike Doyle are heavy favorites to retain their seats in the Nov. 8 election.