A dispatch supervisor said at least least injuries have been reported in the crash on Scenery Drive, which involved at least two vehicles.
Wabtec Corp.’s sales were up 19 percent with new revenue from Faiveley Transport, a French rail products manufacturer it acquired.
The first recipient of the Athena Scholarship applies lessons from CMU negotiation academy to her job running the Latino Family Center.
County emergency officials said the fire was reported around 2 a.m. Monday in the 100 block of Maple Valley Road in Meyersdale.
The district has come under fire over recent incidents, but the superintendent says the district is making positive strides.
Officers fired at a man they said was wanted on a parole violation and who hit a police vehicle twice in a McDonald’s parking lot.
The authority is planning to rehabilitate the Brilliant Viaduct on the MLK Jr. East Busway and seal the Mt. Lebanon transit tunnel.
It appears Colin Montesano was attending a party on the roof of one building when he fell and died, city spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
Donald Kuhn Jr. was charged this month with possession of cocaine, heroin and hydrocodone.
In March, police charged Michael Scherbanic with five counts of soliciting homicide and other offenses.
Police said Loren Nicole Burke is black and 5-foot-2 with long braided hair.
Tex Ortiz will now be resentenced on the count of interference with the custody of a child, which the Superior Court upheld.
The board will address the topic again at its May 2 workshop meeting.
The school district is trying to address a projected $3.3 million budget deficit for the 2017-18 school year.
Merging the Irwin and Manor police departments wouldn’t have significant benefits for either town, Irwin police Chief Roger Pivirotto said.
The charter and proposed changes can be viewed at the municipal building or online, and comments are still being accepted from the public.
Small towns throughout the region are revitalizing main street by renovating historic theaters.
Police responded to a double shooting at the Crawford Village housing complex just after midnight, according to authorities.
Drew Zoldak sued the borough, police department, its chief and several officers in federal court, claiming a violation of his civil rights.
Three friars have asked a judge to dismiss charges they didn’t properly supervise a suspected sexual predator accused of molesting more
At contentious meeting where some called for resignation of principal Kevin Murray, the board instead hired him as football coach.
The judge said he will issue an opinion in early May. Trial in the case against Patricia Fowler is scheduled for May 22.
Invenergy pitched the township’s planning commission on a new location for its 550-megawatt plant after the zoning board nixed it last June.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s administration wanted to buy the former Penn Plaza in order to maintain affordable housing, an aide said.
Dr. Brent Clark and Carl Wilson are also accused of distributing amphetamines and health care fraud.
A rope rescue is underway in Monroeville after a vehicle went over a hillside.
Members of the union drafted an unsigned letter of no confidence in the chief alleging unprofessional conduct and poor treatment.
Jamir Brown admitted to killing Desmond Nowlin two years ago during a drive-by shooting outside a Jones Avenue market.
An 18-year-old man suffered gunshot wounds to his hand and arm at about 6:20 p.m. at the intersection of Baldridge and Jones avenues.
The 14-mile leg from Jefferson Hills to Monroeville would cost $2 billion and is in the hands of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission.
Kimberly Ann Gore was killed when the car in which she was a passenger was rear-ended and pushed into oncoming traffic.
The accident happened shortly before 8:30 p.m. on Route 837/River Road near a railroad crossing.
The suspensions come after one police officer was dismissed by the borough of Wilkinsburg last week.
At the most recent public hearing on gas and oil drilling, Murrysville council heard from both opponents and supporters.
Parents asked the school board why they weren’t notified the day of the incident and expressed concern about school safety.
Braddock Civic Plaza will serve as a gathering space and a site for farmers markets, music shows and food trucks.
A policy change was proposed after a board member learned that cheese with a use-by date of 2011 was in the high school cafeteria.
The incident occurred about 6:50 p.m. in the 400 block of North Graham Street.
A probation officer shot in the attack is likely to be released from the hospital today. The other victim is recovering from surgery.
Dustin Johnson, who is charged with stabbing five people at the Turtle Creek Valley Mental Health facility, waived his right to a hearing.
A probation officer and another man were sitting on the front porch of 1543 Marlboro Avenue when at least one suspect opened fire.
Allegheny County’s nursing home in McKeesport has seen three Legionella cases, and the state faulted it and issued smaller fine.
Kimberly Ross, 35, of Connellsville pleaded guilty in October charges of making terroristic threats, conspiracy and harassment.
Public urged to participate more fully in decision-making to get affordable fixes for PWSA lead water quality problems.
The Pittsburgh-based chain of coffeehouses hopes to make a difference in revitalization efforts for the distressed Mon Valley town.
School officials say that jealousy may have sparked last week’s fight in East Allegheny High School cafeteria.
Deborah Bopp was slowing to pick up her first student when she was hit from behind by a coal truck in Derry.
Elijah Paris grew up in Washington State living with his twin sister, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.
Assistance from several fire departments, including at least one in Allegheny County, was required to combat the blaze.
Michael Harrison, 40, has been in prison since 2000 after he was found guilty of first-degree murder for killing Byron Patton, 16.