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Under a new campus policy, fraternity chapters could be fined if their pledges fail to meet a minimum 2.5 grade-point average.
Emails between the jail staff and Corizon document a string of medication distribution problems that one jail watcher called "terrifying.
A third suspect accused in an October robbery and killing along the East Busway in Homewood has waived his preliminary hearing.
The Wabash Tunnel will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. today through Friday.
CVV Furniture helps the needy with furniture and, last week, toys.
Food stamp fraud crackdown yields indictments, probation.
After decades of talk, the reconfiguration of the Route 51-Route 88 intersection is finally upon us.
Jon Lang is charged with using a pool skimmer to hold his wife under water.
Bloomfield is ready for some much-needed attention and has a ramped up advocacy group with six years of funding.
The man allegedly took the child after an argument outside a pizzeria in Brentwood.
Pittsburgh Police have shut down Bigelow Boulevard between Interstate 579 and Herron Avenue.
Pitt accepted a bid Sunday to play in the Little Caesar's Pizza Bowl Dec. 26 in Detroit against Mid-American Conference champion Bowling
The Dolphins' victory drove a stake through the Steelers' playoff hopes, lowering the team's record to 5-8.
The Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh announced that the recent flood advisory has now been
Snowy, slippery streets have caused vehicles to slide off roads in Shadyside, the Hill District, Oakland, Millvale and Harrison Township.
Timothy Bruce, 42, of Ashville, Pa., was shot and killed by another member of his hunting party, according to the Cambria County coroner.
Gelinda Giles, 52, of Donora, was found dead by authorities responding to a fire at her home at 1323 Fayette St.
Ambridge Police Department is investigating an incident in which three people were shot at Colonial Grill on Merchant Street in Ambridge.
One person was fatally shot Saturday afternoon while hunting in Adams.
Three local congregations are leaving the traditional Presbyterian Church for a more conservative faction, but the parting is amicable.
Thousands of photos and fans' reminiscences tell the story of the Civic Arena in "Arena: Remembering the Igloo.
Gen. Morgan and Confederate cohorts fled from Union prison in Ohio, sparking erroneous rumors.
A 3-year-old girl has an inspiring story as she and her family cope with an extraordinarily rare disease.
A review of five communities shows one in four inspections are late.
Marcellus Shale jobs' impact is not as clear here as in other states. The estimates can vary by a factor of 10, and the debates are heated.
The mayor-elect's chief innovation and performance officer said collaboration could make Pittsburgh a model for sustainability.
Bandleader and trombonist Jack Purcell of the Jack Purcell Orchestra died at the age of 94.
The rivalry between the teams has been heating up and turned downright ugly when Brooks Orpik was removed from the ice on a stretcher.
The victim's identity has not been released, and an autopsy will be conducted tomorrow.
The Penguins' defenseman was removed from the TD Garden ice on a stretcher. No immediate word was available on his condition.
He is eligible to play in Sunday's game against the Miami dolphins. To make room for him, the Steelers released tight end Richard Gordon.
The accumulations won’t be large, but it will be enough to make travel troubling, according to the National Weather Service.
An officer who was charged two years ago with insurance fraud was arrested after a sergeant said he showed up for his shift intoxicated.
The region is spared of serious incidents resulting from Friday's wintry storm.
CHIMP robot is being fine-tuned for the U.S. Department of Defense competition to develop a robot to help in disaster settings.
The nurse contends that Mr. O'Reilly made multiple promises of Heinz stock, worth millions, which would be placed in trust.
At 90, Frank Regina, a Pearl Harbor veteran, recounts the sinking of his ship on the date which will live in infamy.
Neil Alexander, who was diagnosed with ALS in June 2011, is taking steps to prolong his independence and his life.
The nation's unemployment rate dropped in November to 7 percent, down from October's 7.3 percent rate.
E. Gordon Gee said that representatives of both Pitt and Penn State approached him about filling their presidential vacancies.
Pitt set out to contain Loyola’s standout guard Anthony Ireland and did so for a long portion of the game.
The five adult children of Navy veteran John Ciarolla of North Versailles filed the wrongful death and negligence lawsuit.
More than a dozen accidents have snarled local roadways as cars crashed into houses, barriers, walls and each other.
Weather forced the playoff football game set for DuBois to be rescheduled for Saturday.
The steel-and-glass memorial is located on Pittsburgh's North Shore, near several other war memorials.
The injury-depleted Steelers received some good news when two starters said that they're ready for Sunday, and another said he might play.
Allegheny County police wrote in a criminal complaint that Levi Staver stabbed 76-year-old Constance Johnson in the back during breakfast.
Trent D. Bocan will no longer hold the position of superintendent for the Diocese of Greensburg as part of a possible reorganization.
Allegheny County police announced today a 10-month-long drug investigation during which arrest warrants were issued for street-level
A federal judge ruled that attorneys representing the FBI have a right to see posts of a woman who is suing the bureau.