Unrelenting storms have affected nearly every facet of life so far this summer, but Pittsburghers keep their heads above water.
Experts disagree whether the bullet that injured a woman leaving Kennywood Park could have been a stray that was fired into the air.
The Pittsburgh VA had a Legionnaires' outbreak in 2011 and 2012 that sickened at least 22 vets and led to the deaths of six of them.
Other cities along the East Coast experienced price cuts in the spring, a company spokesman said.
The bill approved by Pittsburgh City Council makes it easier to get own limited amounts of chickens, goats, bees and other animals.
You might not notice the Furries until Anthrocon begins Thursday, but the truth is they have never left.
A Commonwealth Court panel eyed “the core” of the Right-to-Know Law’s goal of helping people hold public officials accountable.
Astrobotic has adjusted its software and has enjoyed successful simulated lunar landings over and over again.