One local advocate characterized the decision as a "monumental step back", but others said they were heartened by the push for equality.
The first shooting happened in Munhall at around 10:40 p.m. and the other incident occurred on 13th Avenue.
The Polish Hill Civic Association will close its office as a result of funding cuts that also affect several other city neighborhoods.
Former Oakmont Country Club president died of Parkinson’s disease.
The post reads “You should take the plea” and shows a uniformed officer, Garrett Bickmore, and ADA Julie Jones posing with guns.
Seeking to accommodate an increasing number of bicycle riders, Pittsburgh plans to install new bike facilities this summer.
Delays are possible starting at 7 p.m.
Charles McCullough was found guilty of charges related to contributions made to local GOP candidates and a donation to Catholic Charities.
The superintendent and members of the staff were chosen to participate in a day-long White House school discipline summit.
Robert Crissman, 38, was captured Friday morning and arraigned in a proceeding from which reporters were banned.
About 100 people gathered in memory of Eugene David III, killed a year ago.
Organizers with labor unions and other groups vowed to lobby again to dismantle commercial insurers.
Scores packed a City Council hearing to voice support for measure that would require businesses to provide paid sick leave to employees.
Commissioners on Thursday tabled a plan to hire a new head after more than a year without a permanent director.
U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak sentenced Gustavo Godinez on Thursday and also imposed a 25-year period of probation.
Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is expected to be announced Monday.
Asbestos and hazardous waste removal, followed by demolition, should begin in a couple of months.
Fifteen business owners donated money to buy the cameras, and Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak's office contributed a matching, $1,000 grant.
Police based the charges against Allen on statements from two people who were in the park that day.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have held training camp on the campus of Saint Vincent College in Unity for 50 years.
The fundraiser pairs Westmoreland County business and community leaders with dancers in a format similar to “Dancing with the Stars.”
Daniel Rehll, 25, faces charges of homicide and a gun violation in the July 19 death of 25-year-old Maria Bruno.
Police found the victim lying on the ground. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Leigh Fiumara, 38, pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice, a conviction likely to result in a probation sentence.
Police said the Maryland man undercompensated a left curve and hit a concrete bridge barrier.
The $23 million center is named for the university’s late president, JoAnne Woodyard Boyle.
Thomas Deglau, a country music performer in the Latrobe area, abused the girl in his basement since the time she was in diapers until age 4.
Dustin Rice, 41, is being held in the Allegheny County Jail on charges that he beat to death Dennis Pence, 54, of McKeesport on July 18.
According to police, a woman hid in the bushes next to an ATM on Main Street in Smithfield and waited for the victim to pull up.
The ramp will close from 8 tonight until 8 a.m. Saturday for pavement repairs.
The group holds two rides each week, attracting 25 to 30 bicyclists from Allegheny, Beaver and Washington counties.
The SWAT team went out to the 200 block of Lamar Street shortly after 8 a.m., officials said.
A new plan for the 50-year old Peters township plant would increase capacity by about 45 percent.
The robbery happened at the First Niagara Bank in the Hillcrest Shopping Center along Route 88 around 9:30 a.m.
Police were called at 11:40 p.m. to the 3200 block of Central Avenue.
To celebrate a 50th-year reunion, customers paid the 1965 price of a Big Mac or Fillet-o-Fish, a medium fry and a medium drink.
They denied a request by Woodville Associates to rezone 24 acres of land for a townhouse plan.
The Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania will host 12 high school students from Japan for a week of music with Pittsburgh students.
Stoneridge Inc. of Philadelphia will build the new pool and its surrounding fencing for $1,383,500.
It has applied for a grant from the state Department of Community and Economic Development to cover much of the cost.
The driver told police the engine started revving and he hopped the curb, slamming directly into Keystone Physical Therapy.
The Salvation Army’s center in Carnegie lost $17,000 in meat that the now-closed Bottom Dollar store used to donate each year.
The family owned store has been in business for 36 years. Some of the employees and many of the music teachers have been there for 20 years.
The idea for the event is to build on established traditions in McKees Rocks, such as music and ethnic foods.
At their meeting Monday, the Steel Valley School District approved new restrooms that will be more accessible to students with disabilities.
This is the second time John Turchek has received the honor, which grants him $40,000 to spend at the university.
Two hundred South Hills residents were on hand, along with many physicians in a variety of specialties.
The commission held a meeting to address developing a safer environment for all three.
Michael Flinn of Brighton Heights has volunteered at the aviary for more than 20 years.
Called “Coffee with the Chief,” the first of the bimonthly meetings will be from 10 to 11 a.m. Aug. 14.