Seven common-sense steps could reduce the chance of an accidental overdose in your home.
The anti-overdose drug will save people who can then be referred to treatment, says a federal prosecutor.
Local communities grow more comfortable with having the Appalachian Trail as a neighbor.
President Barack Obama said his counterparts are “rattled by (Donald) Trump -- and for good reasons.”
The Route 60 project includes milling and paving, drainage improvements, base repairs, guide rail updates and line painting.
Saudi money and influence have transformed this once-tolerant Muslim society at the hem of Europe into a font of Islamic extremism.
Six of France’s eight refineries are on strike, and electrical workers may walk off the job today.
His Anaheim, Calif., rally came a day after rioting in Albuquerque, N.M., that injured several police officers.
Her aides twice brushed aside concerns, in one case telling technical staff “the matter was not to be discussed further,” the report said.
Russia traded Ukraine’s “Joan of Arc” for two Russian servicemen accused by Kiev of being members of Russian military intelligence.
But hours after the Taliban’s announcement of Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada’s selection, opposition to him emerged.
A new study estimates as “substantial” the risk of a severe birth defect when the mother is infected early in the pregnancy.
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Texas and West Virginia were among the states asking a federal court to declare the bathrooms and locker rooms directive unlawful.
The addition of Avigdor Lieberman was part of a deal Wednesday to expand the prime minister’s coalition government.
The Memphis-area physician said a need for money and sympathy for pain sufferers spurred his oxycodone practices.
Prescribing combinations of hydrocodone, oxycodone, fentanyl, morphine and narcotic cough syrup resulted in prison term.
After 18-month defense, the former Breakthrough Pain physician signed a plea agreement Wednesday.
An 82-year-old woman died Tuesday after she apparently entered a suicide pact with her husband, who survived.
In Lower Burrell, the young mayor for the day and other officials declare May 25 Donation Awareness Day throughout Westmoreland County.
While Pittsburgh-area hospitals reported modest-but-generally positive operating margins, the picture is more grim beyond Downtown.
As doctors bemoan changing expectations, patients drive to wherever the pills are.
A law that now has been repealed made it easy for doctors to prescribe opioids — and some did it for money, sex, cocaine.
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The measure that determines how much state aid school districts receive will add a new level of transparency to the process.
Under the bill, some first-time offenders will need to use the device for at least one year.
The state Liquor Control Board’s move is the latest step in loosening the hold on beer sales by bars and beer distributors.
Jeremy Berg, a chemistry professor, will serve a 5-year term as head of editorial content with the 136-year old science journal.
Move allows airline to use automated baggage system underused since US Airways eliminated its Pittsburgh hub in 2004.
He joined host Josh Raulerson to talk about the Post-Gazette’s investigation of doctors disciplined for pain pill prescribing practices.
Police said the suspect pulled a gun on another driver in the Moon Area High School parking lot on Monday.
State declares ”Code Orange” air pollution day due to high smog levels and is urging young and elderly to restrict outdoor activities.
The Port Authority discovered malware on its internal computer system March 31 and began remediation within two hours.
During the rally, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee was interrupted repeatedly by protesters.
The doctor kept prescribing methadone despite red flags, according to medical board documents.
The Harvard-educated doctor, with half a century of experience, faces federal charges for opioid prescribing.
U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak ordered Tuesday that Ryan Gustafson, 28, is a "real and major flight risk" because of his ties to Africa.
Trump’s win helps him inch closer to clinching the GOP nomination for president.
A few thousand Kurdish and Arab fighters launched the first ground attack to directly challenge IS’s control of its self-proclaimed capital.
Meanwhile, the Democratic hopefuls campaigned in California, and Donald Trump won Washington’s primary as he faced violent protesters.
The president himself disclosed the absence of the activists after he met with a half-dozen other civil society leaders.
Conflicting statements were made Tuesday on whether the initial findings suggest an explosion brought down the plane.
Dylann Roof is awaiting trial on federal hate crime charges in connection with the June 17 shooting that killed nine black parishioners.
The police commissioner Tuesday also announced a new program to help make sure officers read and understand general orders and policies.
Police moved more than 2,000 people out of Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border, then dismantled the tent city.
Cuban business owners and economic experts said they were hopeful the overhaul would remove a major obstacle to private business growth.
Dozens more might have been buried by the collapsed hillside, an official said Tuesday.
“You can have these very subtle changes in DNA that create dramatic effects,” said Douglas Cavener of Penn State University.
The president and chancellor of Baylor University said he regretted the taint that the Monica Lewinsky scandal left.