The Route 28 end of the bridge will remain closed as construction of a new interchange continues.
The National Weather Service warns that that sensitive or unprotected plants could be damaged or killed by the cold.
Giant Eagle and newcomers like Kmart are rolling out gas price promotions in anticipation of Memorial Day weekend.
Representatives of the corporate community in Pittsburgh are committed to sharing successful practices for improving diversity.
More than 30 million people will be on the road for the holiday weekend, the unofficial start of summer.
It is becoming clearer how much it could cost Pennsylvanians if UPMC and Highmark really do end up parting ways. And it looks expensive.
Legislation in Congress requires Veterans Administration medical centers to report infectious disease outbreaks to health officials.
The EPA settlements with Fluid Recovery Services LLC include $83,000 in fines and $30 million in plant improvements at three facilities.
Matthew Smith arrived at Perma-Cast, a mold castings company in Export, and told his fellow employees to leave the building, police said.
David Kipp sued Arii L. Metz claiming the officer beat him in 2010. Mr. Metz has pleaded guilty to depriving Mr. Kipp of his civil rights.
Members of the The Corporate Equity & Inclusion Roundtable, the companies worked with others, community groups and Rich Fitzgerald.
Charles W. Wolfertz III succeeds Michael J. Hayes, who last week was named senior vice president and group head of Hearst Television.
The unofficial results of Tuesday's primary election balloting in Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh's population grows a tad according to 2012 estimates, while some northern and western suburbs see an influx of residents.
On Monday, Highmark neurosurgeon Michael Horowitz treated an intracranial aneurysm -- in Butler, instead of Pittsburgh.
A trio of new air quality laws will tighten restrictions on printing plants, industrial solvents and wood-burning boilers.
The descendant of three Southern soldiers in a famous Civil War photo will speak at a news conference for the Gettysburg stamp's unveiling.
Five sue Highmark and other Blues, alleging antitrust violations and seeking class action status.
John Jones, a former Moore resident now living on the North Side, said Monday's twister stirred up memories of the deadly May 3, 1999 storm.
With donations outpacing matching resources, the Pittsburgh Foundation is considering whether to continue its Day of Giving beyond 2014.
There are hundreds of known nesting sites in Pennsylvania, but only rarely is one of the birds killed.
In the past year, Pittsburgh ranked 32nd of the top 40 metropolitan areas for job growth.
Bill Peduto is on the threshold of capturing the office he's sought in three campaigns.
The all-electronic format taxes technology, and growth in donations may limit matching funds for nonprofit organizations that benefit.
Here are links to official county election returns from across the region.
Spokeswoman Gloria Kreps said all will be offered jobs with Nuance, a Massachusetts company that specializes in voice-recognition software.
Victoria Rozanski, 59, worked as the manager of the Holy Redeemer Parish Federal Credit Union in Ellwood City.
The main threat from severe weather in the area will be damaging winds, the weather service said, tomorrow and into Thursday.
The closures will begin at 10 p.m. and conclude by 5 a.m. Wednesday.
A trial for a new treatment for coronary artery disease, a leading cause of death in the U.S., will include Pittsburgh doctors and patients.
A room at Nemacolin costs at least $340, but gambling at the resort's soon-to-open casino will set you back only $10.
Amy Raslevich of Ohio Township was upset with the show's ridicule of character with celiac disease, which her two children have.
Juan Raul Campbell also faces charges including aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child in the death of Malachi Patterson.
David Dzermejko, 64, of Braddock had computer files depicting minors engaged in sexual conduct, according to an indictment.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton said hiring felons after they have served their sentences would reduce the chance they commit crimes again.
The task force with investigate any connection of the slayings of Roger Brumback and Mary Brumback and two fatal stabbings in 2008.
The restriction begins tonight from Western Avenue in Aspinwall to the Route 28 Blawnox interchange in O'Hara.
Across the state and in the region, a bad bridge situation has gotten better in recent years.
Two-thirds of the county's charitable nonprofits have responded to the county's query, but many want more time.
The Blairsville boy died from injuries sustained in suspected child abuse; his stepfather to be charged with homicide.
A 1996 skiing accident left Meghan Wilson with quadriplegia. On Monday, she'll graduate from Pitt's School of Medicine with an M.D./Ph.D.
Officials offer accolades to her for overcoming challenges of quadriplegia to graduate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
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.
A ceremony will be held Thursday at Gettysburg National Military Park commemorating the battle's 150th annivesary.
The last link in the Great Allegheny Passage bike trail between Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Md., saw its first full day of use on Friday.
A former Ohio sheriff's deputy who shot his wife three times and then himself in a domestic dispute Sunday night died Thursday.
John Skruck, 57, a Texas strip-club owner, was scheduled for trial in Clarksburg, W.Va., on Tuesday but disappeared.
Gators in Indiana Township and Centannis in Beechview together owe $38,000 in unpaid taxes.
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.
Even though it has fewer workers than it did several years ago, Allegheny County's employment costs have risen due to higher salaries.
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.
U.S. Steel is not saying much about the "hundreds of millions" it is spending on enterprise software.
Former East Washington police chief Donald Abraham Solomon was recorded describing himself that way before he pleaded guilty to extortion.
Jakeb P. Schrecongost and Jessie J. Wood told police that they picked up a hitchhiker who forced them from their vehicle at gunpoint.
The current jackpot is still shy of the $587.5 million record, but the next drawing isn't until Saturday.
When or if a .05 blood alcohol concentration level becomes the new .08 remains to be seen.
Bruce Cockburn and Jake Shimabukuro are among the marquee names on the 2013-2014 calendar, which was announced today.
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.
The device, which contains sealed sources of radioactive material, fell off a truck belonging to Valley Quarries Inc. in Interstate 81.
Laurence Leamer's account of how the two Pittsburgh lawyers took on former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship is climbing up sales charts.
All eastbound traffic will be required to merge into a single lane and exit at Squirrel Hill-Homestead starting at 11 p.m. Friday.
The new units will bring the total number of cameras at the juvenile detention center to 97, county manager William McKain said.
Ryan Miciotto, 20, and Justin Jordan, 21, both of Allison in Redstone Township, were charged with arson and criminal conspiracy.
St. Alexis School waited three days to alert police that a student threatened to shoot himself and 14 classmates May 9.
An amendment to the Card Act of 2009 means stay-at-home spouses and partners who do not work can now qualify for credit cards.
Alex Johnson, who spent a little more than five years at CCAC, is leaving to assume the presidency of Cuyahoga Community College.
The building's ongoing renovation includes a revamped interior and expanded second floor.
John Skruck, 57, who had been living in Clarksburg, W.Va., was scheduled to go to trial Tuesday in federal court.
Crews are looking for a missing nuclear gauge -- containing sealed sources of radioactive material -- that was lost May 3.
Muncie, who played for New Orleans and San Diego from 1976 to 1984, died Tuesday in Los Angeles of heart failure.
Here are the 13 candidates for Allegheny County Common Pleas Court and their county bar association ratings.
Police were called to Keystone Lake for a report of a truck that apparently submerged in the water overnight.
A 20-year-old machine gun squad leader, Raymond Prom, of Reserve Township, received the Medal of Honor after his death in 1969.
Craig Alan Finley of Titusville, was convicted in U.S. District Court in Erie and sentenced just more than a year ago to 50 years in prison.
The low at Pittsburgh International Airport was 31 degrees at 4:55 a.m., National Weather Service meteorologist Lee Hendricks said.
The Penguins' second-round playoff series against the Ottawa Senators will open at 7:38 p.m. Tuesday at Consol Energy Center.
Newspaper wins awards in numerous categories, including news coverage, sports, features, entertainment, photography and design.
In the wake of the Hofbrauhaus settlement, how are bars and restaurants in Pennsylvania to decide when someone is visibly intoxicated?
Three missing women in Cleveland were found, but in Pittsburgh, many children remain missing.
Homicide and assault charges were withdrawn Monday against an Indiana County woman whose 13-month-old son drowned in a bathtub.
Traffic will be detoured from the Fort Pitt and Fort Duquesne bridges to Fort Duquesne Boulevard, according to PennDOT.
Thirteen candidates are running for four judgeships on Allegheny County Common Pleas Court.
Shero acquired backup goaltender Tomas Vokoun, defenseman Douglas Murray and forwards Jarome Iginla, Brenden Morrow and Jussi Jokinen.
Clairton, West Elizabeth and Jefferson Hills will see detours at the Route 51 interchange at the Elizabeth Bridge, according to PennDOT.
Gardeners and farmers should cover their tender plants tonight to protect them from frost damage.
A power failure causes HOV lanes to be closed this morning.
The outbound Squirrel Hill Tunnel is closed until Monday morning.
Landscapers suggest putting in potted plants and covering those flowers already in the ground.
One staffer at the Pittsburgh cultural institution founded in the name of the late playwright confirmed that half the staff had been let go.
The board of governors urged Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities schools to allow the matter to be examined by a task force.
The new coaster at Cedar Point gives riders the sensation that they are flying -- and an urge to duck your head.
Thunderstorms, rain and hail are expected throughout the evening and into Saturday.
The Penguins' center and captain is one of three finalists for the NHL's MVP award along with Alex Ovechkin and John Tavares.
With the help of volunteers, Pittsburgh-area students learn to navigate the job interview process.
The Allegheny County Health Department is offering shingles vaccine for free to those age 50 and older who have limited health insurance.
Controller Chelsa Wagner will audit UPMC's mental health arm, re:solve Crisis Network, upon request by district attorney Stephen Zappala.