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Troy Dawkins, 46, who has addresses in Aliquippa and on the North Side, admitted to conspiracy to distribute heroin.
Letter asks NCAA President Mark Emmert to rescind the remaining sanctions because of the harm they’re causing student-athletes.
Lyft's hearing before a panel of administrative law judges will be Aug. 7 and 8; Uber's hearing will be Aug. 18 and 19.
A repeat of the show will repeat at 8 tonight.
The wreck occurred shortly before 9:45 a.m.
The prime minister of eight years is feeling pressure from multiple fronts.
Officials fearful of the virus outbreak spreading to Nigeria.
U.S. also says rockets were fired from Russia into eastern Ukraine.
France on Sunday called for its nationals to evacuate the country.
The vessel is part of the Rim of the Pacific exercise of Hawaii.
House and Senate leaders’ plan calls for more clinics, doctors and nurse.
PLUS: Phila. hospital shooting; Lightning strike kills 1; Spider-Man fights police.
One group is pushing the convention to adopt a formal anti-harassment policy.
Democrats and Republicans weigh how much of President Barack Obama’s supplemental request to allocate.
Jerry Brown will lead a group of more than 100 lawmakers, administration officials, lobbyists and business leaders this week.
PLUS: Air Algerie black boxes sent to Paris; Costa Concordia’s journey ends; Norway threat reduced; Catalan leader confesses.
Proposed solutions, like affiliations between health centers, networks, ensure uninsured and under-insured don’t fall through the cracks.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, you are miserable.
Bel Kaufman’s best-seller “Up the Down Staircase” has sold more than 6 million copies.
Gov. Corbett cited the gap in revenue projections earlier this month when he vetoed $65 million in funding for the General Assembly and $7.
The Delany Scholars Program, a district initiative that provided mentoring and academic help, ended last month when funding ran out.
American students don‘t know much about World War I even though teachers are trying.
He also had a legislative interest in the environment and clean water.
A house fire in Luzerne County in northeastern Pennsylvania has claimed the life of a 65-year-old woman.
The governor's adviser on higher education keeps a low profile and an open schedule.
Plus: Turkish police arrested; Black boxes found in Mali; Tunisian soldiers killed; Pope slams mafia again; Unrest in Nigeria
In 15 of the 25 states with statewide primaries, turnout was the lowest ever.
The extended pause was to last until midnight today.
About 150 U.S. personnel were taken to safety in neighboring Tunisia.
Many proponents reject the idea a few minutes or hours of suffering by a criminal who caused great suffering to others should spur changes.
The question of what kind of intelligence support to give Ukraine has become part of a White House debate about how to confront Putin
Doubt has been cast on the ability of Afghan forces to contain the insurgency as the U.S. moves to complete its withdrawal of combat troops.
The popularity of Doc McStuffins reflects, in part, the country's changing consumer demographics, experts say.
PLUS: Carjack suspects at large; guns found at suspect's home; Goldman Sachs nears deal; Nissan recalls airbags; study: basin heavily used.
A Liberian government consultant arrived Tuesday in Lagos and died Friday.
He grew the church from about 300 members in 1979 to about 550 members by the time he retired in 1997.
Retired rear navy admiral urges action on climate change.
Woolly mammoth genes could allow Asian elephants to live in tundras, preserve permafrost, prevent extinction and counter climate change.
Without spiders, all of our crops would be consumed by pests.
Scientists have linked more than 100 spots in our DNA to the risk of developing schizophrenia.
The Israeli military said the focus of its ground operations in Gaza is to destroy the labyrinth of tunnels.
Primary Health clinic offers a van service to patients who can’t afford transportation to appointments.
Patient needs are great at the all-volunteer 9th Street Free Clinic in McKeesport.
As hospitals close, patients and health advocates say the region's poor have been left behind.
Wilford Payne has long advocated for health care for underserved populations.
UPMC shut down Braddock hospital in 2010; Cleveland Clinic shuttered Huron Hospital in 2011. The results in each community have not been
Scranton detectives seek a man who traveled to Scranton from Tennessee to have sex with a 14-year-old girl he met on Facebook.
Palestinian protests spread across West Bank, while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry fails to win lasting halt to Gaza fighting.
Former CIA officials told they could read it, but then told they couldn’t.
Moscow’s intent appears to be to reverse gains by Kiev’s forces in rebel-held territory.