A 70-year-old man reported missing about 9:30 a.m. Friday was found dead in the bottom of the pool at the hotel where he was staying.
Police say a man was drunk when he used anti-Muslim slurs and physically attacked another man at a Red Robin in the South Hills.
“In a Manger Lowly,” though recorded during the summer, has spread as a popular Christmas carol because of the nuns.
The payments include $170,866 in bad-faith penalties to a plumbing contractor.
M&J Wilkow of Chicago and Alto Fund II of New York paid $24.5 million for the Plaza at the Pointe.
Police announced Tuesday that they were searching for Julius Stackhouse, 33, and Dymond Locke, 20, of Crafton Heights.
The school board member faces misdemeanor charges of soliciting sex with a prostitute.
A workshop on fire eating sparked a false fire alarm at a former church in McKees Rocks.
Council plans a vote on placing liens on properties one year from the due date.
Leslie Mollett, who is serving life for killing Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Joseph Pokorny in 2005, testified he had ineffective counsel.
The Quips are in a WPIAL title game for a record ninth consecutive year, but the season has been anything but a happy one.
Leslie Mollett was found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of state police Cpl. Joseph Pokorny on Dec. 12, 2005.
The company, which announced plans for an IPO three months ago, changes direction with sale to Germany-based Grunenthal Group.
Devin Yetsick, 21, of North Fayette is accused of injuring the child by inflicting a “closed head wound,” according to police.
The Galveston, Texas, contractor was part of a crew repainting the inside of the elevated tank when his scaffolding collapsed.
Following 20 years of isolation after a sex crime, a Munhall man's slow recovery ended with a loitering ticket.
The Veterans Breakfast Club, started by a Mt. Lebanon historian, gives vets an opportunity to talk about what they experienced in war.
The hearing will be held Dec. 14 on the proposed ordinance, which includes a setback requirement that some residents oppose.
State Police discovered several images while investigating Nick Lackovich, also a Beaver County probation officer, for alleged dogfighting.
Jeffrey Donald Stone admitted he stole narcotics and cash from the evidence room, threatening ongoing criminal investigations.
The victim’s mother claims there is a bullying problem after a high school girl repeatedly punched her son in the school media center.
A fundraising effort is underway to create a “seamless transition” for the unique bike shop in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood.
After twirling a Terrible Towel, he began with a pledge that “we’re going to bring steel back to Pennsylvania like it used to be.”
Mike Pence makes his second visit to the region in 48 hours, an indication the GOP considers the state within its grasp.
As the focus of family turns to the glow of the digital screen, life, especially for children, is undergoing a radical transformation.
PennDOT held a public meeting to discuss the $2 million project, which is planned for the 2018 construction season.
The tour consists of eight houses, including an 18-room mansion and a house decorated with an amusement-park theme.