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The program has opened doors for local youth, troubled or not. Does its home in an old city firehouse have a fighting chance?
The process, not the picks, should be the concern for any fan of democracy.
Former WVU player assembles star-studded Pittsburgh team for a brain health tool that aims to become a lifetime wellness aid.
Whole Foods and Home Depot made East Liberty a destination, but a real estate strategy made it possible to get to sleep at night.
The Veritas Forum gathered in McConomy Auditorium of Carnegie Mellon to debate faith’s role in the scientific worldview.
SteelHacks brought more than 150 students from Pitt, Carnegie Mellon, Duquesne, Chatham and Youngstown State to Oakland to test their
Joe Sestak achieves one goal, but he still has many miles to go in his U.S. Senate challenge.
Big charity galas may raise significant dollars for some organizations but some nonprofits shun them because of time and expense.
Drugs drive crime. But locking up addicts doesn’t stop crime. Nor does it stop drug addiction.
Black people had proved their courage in battle, and The Daily Pittsburgh Gazette said they had earned their civil rights.
The work of PG writers, photographers, designers, illustrators and digital innovators has won more than two dozen awards in two contests.
A 76-year old woman was killed and a 79-year-old man seriously injured; another driver is suspected of driving drunk.
The CEO of AHERF (Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation), once the state’s largest health system, was jailed after its fall.
Senior Tyler Wachs could have simply purchased a canoe, but asked, “Why not make something that you can say you built with your own hands?”
Michael Molina’s previous conviction for killing Melissa Snodgrass in a drug deal was overturned by the state Supreme Court.
Jamie Parker, 30, of Wilkinsburg, still faces a conspiracy charge in Leonard Butler’s Oct. 14 death and two others face homicide trials.
Charlotte Hoffman, 68, of Portersville said she wasn’t giving items to inmates, who she said aren’t getting adequate mental health services.
Heinz, Kraft wedding yields some interesting recipes.
Members of a fugitive task force went to an apartment to serve three warrants shortly after 7 a.m. and the situation ended about 2:30 p.m.
The deal may benefit investors, but will it help the businesses?
Wheeling police Sgt. Gregg McKenzie said investigators are awaiting the results of additional tests, including a toxicology screen.
Steven Lee, 21, of McKees Rocks was killed early on March 30, 2013, after an evening on a party bus celebrating his cousin’s 34th birthday.
“They are expanding aggressively and they like Pittsburgh,” said Eric M. White, the URA business development executive.
Users gave the trail high marks for cleanliness, safety and maintenance.
James Lawrence is accused as one of three men who pulled Steven Lee off a party bus in Sheraden and beat him before shooting him to death.
Residents at Brighton Heights Senior Healthy Active Living Center aren’t happy that director Lynn Walsh was transferred to Mt. Washington.
Lincoln Levys, 28, faces charges of homicide and other charges in the Oct. 23 death of his daughter, Saige Levys.
With Dave Schuilenburg out, Ms. Harris faces Bobby Wilson, Randy Zotter and Mark Brentley Sr., who may be removed in a legal challenge.
Lisa Rodnicki, 37, a physical education teacher at Norwin and daughter of superintendent William H. Kerr Jr., is accused of selling heroin.
Frank R, Medure, 63, of Neshannock Township, and his son, Frank C. Medure, 33, of Union Township, are accused of operating 65 machines.
Under the five-year agreement, the Pittsburgh Stadium Authority and Alco Parking will pay $1.2 million to continue the service.
The hall of valor recognizes Pennsylvania veterans who have received medals for bravery and heroism during times of military conflict.
The shooting took place around 10 p.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of Airbrake Avenue.
The event to showcase conservation and environmental awareness begins at 8:30 p.m. and will darken buildings Downtown and in Oakland.
Keith Williams, 22, of Homewood was arrested in Northview Heights around 10 p.m. without incident.
Police went through the building with bomb-sniffing dogs but found nothing, said superintendent Matthew E. Curci.
School officials said at a meeting Thursday night that the Allegheny County DA’s office found “no basis for prosecution.”
The outdoor dinners, in which patrons dress entirely in white, are held in more than 20 countries and 50 cities.
The tunnel will close at 10 tonight and reopen by 6 a.m. Monday. The posted detour uses West Carson Street to reach the West End Bypass.
Authorities said the driver lost control of his vehicle and struck a tree after exiting the highway onto Route 43 in California Borough.
Joseph Nocito Jr., 44, of Sewickley, president of Castle Mortgage, defrauded Washington Mutual Bank of some $1.8 million.
Fixing landslide damage to a portion of Camp Meeting Road in Bell Acres likely will take until the end of the year.
Five thousand maple trees have to be tapped to produce the 500-800 gallons of pure maple syrup that will be sold this weekend.
The Passion play at Anne Ashley United Methodist Church in Munhall continues today through Sunday at the church, 334 22nd Ave.
Mt. Lebanon’s crew team is preparing for spring competition, which often takes place at regattas involving numerous other clubs.
A blood drive is being held to support Hailey Baker, a student at Carlyton Junior-Senior High School who is battling health problems.
Norah Carter, a fifth-grader at Eden Hall Upper Elementary School, won the districtwide competition with her recipe for Garden Pops.
Lynda West is owns The Fiber Mill & Studio at Ten Mile Village in Washington County.
Attendance at First United Methodist Church’s Holy Week presentation continues to grow. Performances will be held Tuesday and Thursday.
The new Twelve Oaks Restaurant & Tavern in Brownsville is an upscale eatery and boutique in a mansion in the historic river town.