U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak on Wednesday dismissed a federal suit brought in 2014 by Officer William Davis.
The new shop along Route 30 serves more than 750 customers a day, and vehicles back up on the highway.
Enrique Soto, 25, receives 38 to 76 months in prison for abuse of his son, which included repeated cigarette burns.
Vernessa Hines and supporters want charges filed against Kevin Murray. She also demanded wiretapping charges against her son be dropped.
Abby Lee Miller pleaded guilty in June to concealing assets from her TV show from federal bankruptcy court in Pittsburgh.
Murrysville council instructed the administration to prepare revisions to the draft ordinance regulating unconventional gas and oil
A part-time Whitaker police officer sued the district attorney’s office and one of its detectives, claiming they violated his rights.
Cambria County authorities want the driver prosecuted, but the ACLU says — right or wrong — the message is legal.
Adriene Williams, 27, was convicted in August of third-degree murder, sparing her life in prison.
State grant and earmarked funds could allow the URA to improve street lights, sidewalks, crosswalks and bus shelters.
Officials at CCAC said the ban applies both indoors and outdoors and covers use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
The man was struck by the train Sunday night near Amity Street and E. Fifth Avenue.
Wilkinsburg will be among communities nationwide to honor a legacy of peace and justice
Kalvin Stewart, 38, is charged with killing India Stewart, then trying to destroy evidence by torching his Jeep.
Medical examiner’s office said Donovan Baynes, 17, was killed after a vehicle crash on Rodi Road late Saturday night.
Ruth P. Jordon: Jan. 11, 1946 — Jan. 13, 2017
The victim was the operator and lone occupant of the vehicle.
The body was found around 8:50 a.m. in an abandoned garage near the intersection of Yew Way and Maple Alley.
The construction is driven largely by aging infrastructure, not growth, an officer with Moody’s Investors Service says.
The municipalities have some things in common, such as sharing the William Penn Highway.
The contract, which runs retroactive from Jan. 15, 2015, to Dec. 31, 2018, was approved at Monroeville council’s Tuesday meeting.
Kevin Dick paid $2,400 for ethics violations, including voting for the borough to buy property that was owned by his brother.
The school board is expected to vote Feb. 13 on the proposal to create the Westinghouse Charter School for the Arts.
The superintendent concluded his own investigation of the incident this week, calling it "regrettable and unacceptable."
The pileup closed a 12-mile stretch of the eastbound lanes until 9:15 p.m. Wednesday.
County emergency officials said the accident happened at 5:33 p.m. at the First Street crossing of the CSX train tracks in Sutersville.
McKeesport police and paramedics responded and pronounced him dead. He was later identified as 21-year-old Jesi Jefferson of McKeesport.
One person is reported dead in a multi-vehicle crash and fire that closed a 12-mile stretch of I-80 eastbound in Centre County.
State police at Somerset said the accident happened at 1:02 a.m. on Route 653 in Somerset County.
Westmoreland County District Attorney John Peck argues that Alex Hribal planned the 2014 attacks, meaning he knew what he was doing.
Rodney Taylor was charged with illegal possession of a firearm and possession of drugs after telling police he traded a gun for heroin.
Police said a 54-year-old man was traveling south on Route 160 (Cumberland Highway) when he lost control of his car.
School board member Chad Stubenbort called the Monroeville police “petty” after they did not issue citations after a cafeteria fight.
But District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. called the principal’s actions “inappropriate and threatening.”
Shauntel Studvant will serve 10 to 20 years in prison as part of a negotiated plea for killing Regis Jones in December 2015.
Ms. Stepnick said she was grateful to be reappointed and looks forward to serving for the next 11 months.
Wilkinsburg man, already convicted of kidnapping daughter, pleads guilty to threatening judge in case
Tex Ortiz, who also threatened a witness and prosecutor, was given three to six years in prison concurrent with his existing sentence
The Very Rev. Nicholas Ferencz led his first Christmas liturgy at St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church, the parish of his grandparents.
The federal complaint filed Friday identifies the plaintiff only as “Jane Doe” but said the defendants know her identity.
Victim suffers gunshot wound to leg, police question two people in incident
The writing program at Carlow University gives women writers of all ages encouragement, scholarships and a chance to publish.
The borough is asking for at least $400,000 for the roughly 7 acres next to the Parkway East entrance ramp behind Edgewood Towne Centre.
The fundraising initiative this fall was a joint effort by the Allegheny County Library Association and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
County emergency officials said the fire in the 1200 block of Claridge Elliott Road in Penn Township was reported at 1 a.m.
William McGraw and Timothy Brock will be sentenced April 5 to mandatory life without parole for the 2013 shooting death of Monica Proviano.
Michael McCarthy will decide whether Michelle Stepnick’s resignation was valid when she walked out of a board meeting in September.
James Husok was found guilty of third-degree murder for killing Michael Welsh, his estranged wife’s boyfriend, on Sept. 19, 2015.
Gregory McLeod, 28, was shot multiple times Tuesday morning.
Chester Akins, Anthony Pryor and Donte and Lance Yarbrough were indicted in 2014.
The Allegheny County district attorney today filed a notice with the court ahead of Michael Robinson’s trial, due to start Monday.