Malachi Patterson, 20 months, died in Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC at 12:28 p.m. today.
Several people safely escaped tonight from the roof of a home that caught fire in Perry South.
After public donations helped to get them there, the Clairton robotics team reched the top eight at a national contest in Indianapolis.
Pedro Alvarez hit an opposite-field home run for the game's only run, and Jeff Locke pitched another strong game to raise his record to 4-1.
A boy racing at a Bedford track died when he crashed his ATV, was thrown from the vehicle and struck a pole, the first death in 28 years.
An Illinois man returning home after seeing his son and ex-wife in Brownsville was arrested for threatening her and her boyfriend.
A crash early this morning on Route 28 near the 40th Street Bridge in Pittsburgh left a Sewickley man dead.
Paul McKrell, a member of Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's inner circle, is interviewing for a job in Ireland.
The booming energy industry is tapping more women to help fill its engineering jobs.
The National Transportation Safety Board released its report Thursday from a 2011 plane crash that killed three Western Pennsylvanians.
With primary day fast approaching, the candidates for mayor are hitting the ground running, hoping to secure much-sought-after votes.
The Black Male Leadership Development Institute graduated 52 teens, who learned about leadership, character and college preparation.
The companies represent varied investors and bring a level of speculation typically found on Wall Street to the farmlands.
Vincent R. Scorsone, a top executive at Alcoa in the 1980s and early '90s, died Wednesday at the age of 77.
The Pittsburgh mayoral race attracted a shifting cast of characters, including longtime politicians and a political neophyte.
Rayshon Shields, 21, and Khamal Fooks, 18, were arrested Friday night and charged with the shooting of 54-year-old Roger Griffin.
The man was shot after 3 a.m. near the intersection of Searight Avenue and Dunlap Street.
Laura E. Gargiulo, 42, faces charges of homicide by vehicle, involuntary manslaughter and reckless driving, among others.
Juan Campbell was arrested Friday night and charged with aggravated assault, child endangerment and reckless endangerment.
A ceremony will be held Thursday at Gettysburg National Military Park commemorating the battle's 150th annivesary.
Police say 20-month-old boy is in Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC with life-threatening injuries.
The restrictions will occur as needed until 3 p.m. today on the Veterans Bridge to allow crews to make routine bridge inspections.
State police say motorist lost control of car on State Route 358 before hitting a mailbox and rolling into a yard.
Route 28 southbound will be down to one lane for most of the day today for construction work.
The tunnel closed 11 p.m. Friday and is scheduled to re-open 6 a.m. Monday.
Pirates rally to beat Houston Astros, and notch fourth win in a row.
His second career playoff hat trick gave the Penguins a 2-0 edge in the series as the team heads for Game 3 in Ottawa.
The film showing how nuns responded to the Hurricane Katrina disaster won a national broadcasting award.
Dorothy, a 14-year-old peregrine falcon, has nested on a 40th-floor ledge of the Cathedral of Learning in Oakland since 2002.
A little known and rarely enforced city law requires that 1 percent of public construction projects be set aside for public art.
Golfer who was recently inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame won the 1964 U.S. Open and spent 35 years in the TV broadcast booth
The last link in the Great Allegheny Passage bike trail between Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Md., saw its first full day of use on Friday.
The junta leader oversaw a ruthless campaign of political killings and forced disappearances to quell dissidents.
Longtime partner in Washington, Pa., firm died following a stroke.
One office that has been integral to the federal investigation into the bureau is being reshuffled and changes to another may be on the way.
Cathy Greisinger died in 2003. A decade later, her family remembers her each year by stocking the pond at Homewood Cemetery with goldfish.
Pittsburgh police officer Corey Harcha says he wouldn't consider himself a hero after rescue in Hampton.
Pittsburgh's Public Works Department plans to spend about $10 million in 2013 on paving about 40 miles' worth of streets.
The National Road, built in the early 1800s, was the major route to the western frontier, traveled by hundreds of thousands of pioneers.
Charles D. Bancroft, died today when an SUV hit his motorcycle.
A former Ohio sheriff's deputy who shot his wife three times and then himself in a domestic dispute Sunday night died Thursday.
The Pirates recalled pitcher Jared Hughes from Class AAA Indianapolis.
Raymond Zareck of Oakland received 15 years, eight months in prison from a federal judge for being a felon in possession of a shotgun.
The Greisinger family has kept the memory of Cathy Greisinger alive in a unique tradition for the past ten years.
From backup dancers, concert lighting to her own original music, the North Allegheny High School grad promises an exciting and lively show.
John Skruck, 57, a Texas strip-club owner, was scheduled for trial in Clarksburg, W.Va., on Tuesday but disappeared.
A federal judge issued an interim order compelling PPG to make the payments and contribute stock in the asbestos-related case.
Jesse Almendarez faces charges of threatening a federal officer and making an interstate threat.
Gators in Indiana Township and Centannis in Beechview together owe $38,000 in unpaid taxes.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Michael Huss told the FOP president the office will move from the police bureau's North Side headquarters.
The jobless rate in Pennsylvania is the lowest since March 2012 but remains slightly higher than the national rate of 7.5 percent.
Letang and Adams' status for Game 2 of the Penguins' second-round playoff series against the Ottawa Senators tonight at 7:38 is not known.
Pittsburgh police received a call at 4:25 a.m. that a man was shot in the 100 block of Zara Street.
Pennsylvania State Police said they found 255 pounds of pot and about $200,000 in cash.
A June 15 celebration in West Homestead and Downtown Pittsburgh will mark the official completion of the 330-mile trail network.
The Pirates won the final three games of the four-game series against the Brewers, a team that took 11 of 15 against them in 2012.
With a passion for football and family, John H. Stafford lives on through a local academic scholarship to Notre Dame that bears his name.
People have met, dated, kissed, become engaged and more under landmark clock at Fifth and Smithfield.
Monroeville native and Penn State graduate Roger Brumback and his wife, Mary, were found dead in their Omaha, Neb., home Tuesday.
An advocate for death row inmates says Americans are turning against the death penalty.
Hundreds of Pittsburgh Public Schools items are up for bid.
A District of Columbia police officer charged in a drug ring has his hearing waived.
The restaurateur behind Golden Spike, Johnny Garneau's American Style Smorgasbord and The Beanery died Tuesday. He was 90.
Millcraft Investments and McKnight Realty Partners will instead concentrate on constructing a 450-space parking garage and retail space.
The 100th anniversary of the Kaufmann's clock proves that memories can be made under a machine that measures minutes.
The addition of an assistant district attorney to the investigation suggests investigators are examining records and documents.
With less than a week to go before the primary, the two leading candidates for mayor step up the charges against each other.
Former East Washington police chief Donald Abraham Solomon was recorded describing himself that way before he pleaded guilty to extortion.
The plan for a new trail will incorporate both bicycle trails and roads with specially designated lanes.
A child was taken this evening to UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC from the Wildwood Highlands amusement center in Hampton.
Jakeb P. Schrecongost and Jessie J. Wood told police that they picked up a hitchhiker who forced them from their vehicle at gunpoint.
Davaun Barnett Sr., 41, is on leave from his job as principal of Linton Middle School. His wife filed for a protection from abuse order.
The shooting happened around 5 p.m. on the 1400 block of Evandale Road, an emergency dispatch supervisor said.
The Allderdice High School graduate will be holding a Q&A session on his latest book, "Bunker Hill," at the Carnegie Lecture Hall.
Bruce Cockburn and Jake Shimabukuro are among the marquee names on the 2013-2014 calendar, which was announced today.
"Maybe next time, we can have a jam session."
The #1 Cochran automotive group announced today that it is moving into the North Hills with the acquisition of Billco Motors in Wexford.
Property owners will have to wait a bit longer to find out how much they will pay to the borough in real estate taxes.
When energy giant Chevron buys land in Moon, businesses and officials take notice -- it could mean an influx of new employees who
Cornell School District names library after retiring superintendent.
Residents of the Rennerdale section of Collier who have been complaining that they are being overrun with signs advertising the Panhandle Tr
Fatal explosions at an Oakdale weapons plant during World War I have led generations of families to recount the dramatic story to
Moon Area Superintendent Donna K.
Abundant Life International Academy, part of a worldwide organization called Lifeline International, is seeking to rent St. Ignatius site in
Surprised, stunned and happy are the words Patricia Thompson of Washington, Pa., said described her feelings when representatives from
It's nearly the end of an era in Carnegie.
Nationality Days are a proud tradition in Ambridge, and the event is back for the 48th year Friday, Saturday and Sunday on four
The Range Resources project approved last week includes constructing a well pad and an access road, vertical and horizontal drilling, fracki
School directors on Monday approved the proposed $86 million budget that would lower the property tax rate and increase expenditures
HAMPTON Depreciation Lands Museum programs The Depreciation Lands Museum's annual Friendship Day will offer free admission and special
Ministry is often as much about filling a need as offering a prayer.
Seneca Valley school board members say they have done everything they can to keep property taxes down this year, but it still isn't
Seneca Valley parents may get a break next school year on the activity bus fee.
Now a cornerstone of the Bellevue community, Greenstone United Methodist Church was but a log cabin chapel 200 years ago.
When North Allegheny High School senior Connor Phillips was in elementary school, he received a piece of advice that he took to heart
In 2002, students at Shady Side Academy had to wear their shirts tucked in according to the dress code.
A North Allegheny senior who likes to solve problems has earned himself a free trip to England.
Sherman W. Friend, 71, also faces a restitution order of $132,445 and a $3,000 fine under the sentence imposed by a federal judge.
Gov. Tom Corbett praised the 12 teachers as "outstanding educators who represent the thousands of excellent teachers in classrooms across th
In response to recent and pending budget cuts, Peters school district PTAs are combining forces for the second year to hold a used