An end-of-school “King/Queen of the Hill” competition had Shaler Area Middle School students make “cars” that zipped along a 6-foot ramp.
The break-in was reported shortly before 3 a.m., according to Allegheny County emergency officials.
State declares ”Code Orange” air pollution day due to high smog levels and is urging young and elderly to restrict outdoor activities.
A man carrying a Bowie-style knife stole cash and cigarettes from a Shaler gas station on Wednesday afternoon, police said.
While some river towns still struggle, these two boroughs north of the Allegheny have turned remnants of industry into “cool.”
Sweeps of all three schools turned up no evidence of actual bombs, and the schools are all scheduled to be open tomorrow.
The $25.3 million project will limit inbound traffic between the McKees Rocks and Fort Duquesne bridges this year, outbound next year.
Ross police seeking pair involved in series of retail thefts in the region
Police looking for person that shot at car while it was driving on Sandusky Court near Henderson Street.
House Speaker comes under fire from group for his supposed role in a Walmart store location in McCandless.
“Yes, You Can Dance” classes help with motor skills, exercise and socialization.
Opponents of shale gas drilling near the Mars School District campus asked a judge to throw out a leaseholders’ lawsuit against them.
The township plans to discuss the tax with the North Hills School District.
Instead of holding its usual story time inside the library, toddlers gathered for an author’s reading at Yetter’s Candies.
The foreman, who had been working on Sewickley Academy’s new Events Center, about a mile away from where shots were fired at parked cars.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto got stuck in the Westin Hotel elevator Thursday evening along with the mayors of Millvale and Leetsdale.
About 50 people showed up at the first of three sessions the Pine-Richland School District is holding on the topic.
Actor Charles David Richards will perform his one-act play Sunday in North Park.
Police said a group of youths began fighting in the cafeteria of the Mid-Atlantic Youth Service Center in Allegheny Township around 2 p.m.
Heath Emory Miller, 25, this morning waived his right to a preliminary hearing in the case.
The Springdale pizza shop was cited for holding food at unsafe temperatures and other problems.
The chief described the inappropriate behavior as ”physical contact, but not a sexual level.” The girls range from 4th to 9th grade.
County emergency officials said the crash was reported at 4:14 a.m. in the 100 block of Arthur Drive in Center, Butler County.
Multiple families live in the large two-story house, but only six people were home at the time, the chief said.
Inmates have trained 122 mostly hard to place shelter dogs with an almost 100-percent adoption rate.
Judith Fry, 76, of Butler was driving west on U.S. Route 422 about 4:45 p.m. when a pickup truck rear-ended her car, according to police
A multivehicle crash has temporarily shut down northbound Route 28 near Millvale.
An Armstrong County jury convicted Robert Crissman Jr. Thursday of charges including first- and second-degree murder.
Authorities said a female driver was heading north on I-79 shortly before 12:30 a.m. when she crashed her vehicle.
Caroline Johns replaces Joseph Pasquerilla, who accepted a position as superintendent of the Bethel Park School District.
The school district’s proposed final budget for 2016-17 includes a property tax increase of 3.1 mills instead of 4.3 mills.
Steven E. Burke fell from the roof of a Downtown parking garage, but how and why he fell remains unclear nearly 3 months after his death.
The preliminary budget approved Tuesday includes plans to furlough three teachers.
Norah Carter, 12, was pilot for a day at the base.
Tony Darrell Banks was charged Friday with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, four counts of reckless endangerment and other offenses.
How does the charge for a drug go from $3,400 to $15,000 in eight months when the manufacturer has not raised the drug’s price?
One of the gyms that employed Keith Callen said he passed standard background checks.
The lawsuit filed Wednesday states a teen boy was among a group of patients who reported assaults by fellow patients.
The man was looking after his girlfriend’s 1-year-old daughter when the incident occurred, police said.
More than 100 community residents gathered to show support for 30 teachers who were in danger of being laid off.
Judge sentences Gregory Makozy, a former Cranberry real estate agent, to 30-month federal prison term for bankruptcy fraud.
Jace Edward Sayre fell into the Monongahela River in Fayette County Wednesday afternoon was found dead hours later.
A pupil of Keith Richard Callen alleges she was assaulted multiple times between 2010 and 2015, according to state police.
Five Pine-Richland students have taken their lives in the past six years, according to Allegheny County and police data.
Alphabet City, the nonprofit’s literary center, is set to open in the former Masonic Hall on North Avenue in the fall.
Northgate school board unanimously voted to name Caroline Johns as the district’s new superintendent.
Common Pleas Judge Christopher A. Feliciani denied a petition from attorney Patrick Thomassey to move Alex Hribal's case to juvenile court.
Five teen suicides in six years prompts the district, local church to discuss the issue at upcoming meetings.
The kiosk promoting the company’s electric cars opened in June 2015.
The plans, on display Tuesday, are designed to allow better access from Route 422 to the park in Butler County via West Park Road.