Juan Raul Campbell also faces charges including aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child in the death of Malachi Patterson.
The task force with investigate any connection of the slayings of Roger Brumback and Mary Brumback and two fatal stabbings in 2008.
The sandwich-and-soup restaurant will open in the former McDonald's site at Wood Street and Forbes Avenue, in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Catholic Bishop David Zubik suspended David Dzermejko three years ago after allegations that he abused boys. Prosecutors just filed charges.
The restriction begins tonight from Western Avenue in Aspinwall to the Route 28 Blawnox interchange in O'Hara.
A check of drivers on the South Side marked the kickoff of another round of the "click it or ticket" campaign to push seat belt use.
U.S. Attorney David Hickton said hiring felons after they have served their sentences would reduce the chance theey commit crimes again.
The Post-Gazette photo staff tells the story, via pictures, of the race to be Pittsburgh's next mayor.
Five miles of the highway will be resurfaced in Emsworth, Ben Avon, Avalon and Bellevue.
Continuing inspection of the bridge may cause lane closures and traffic shifts from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on weekdays through June 14.
The deal would allow a Web pioneer to make a headlong rush into social media.
Banks have paid less than half the $5.7 billion in cash owed to troubled homeowners under nearly 30 settlements brokered by the government.
Appeals make it difficult for school districts to keep real estate tax revenue.
If history is the judge, it will be quite a while, if ever, before the standard for drunk driving drops from .08 to .05 in blood alcohol.
Across the state and in the region, a bad bridge situation has gotten better in recent years.
His creations were featured in dozens of movies that celebrated cars, including "Bikini Beach" (1964) and "The Blues Brothers" (1980).
The British researcher studied atmospheric changes.
Later this week, Jupiter will join Venus and Mercury in a tight triangle 35 minutes after sunset.
The Pittsburgh Mercy Health System is holding an online auction from 9 a.m. June 1 to 9 p.m. June 16.
An Ohio Township mother, whose children require a gluten-free diet, started a petition against the Disney Channel show.
South Korea condemned the North's provocations and urged it to accept a proposal for dialogue.
Two-thirds of the county's charitable nonprofits have responded to the county's query, but many want more time.
The military described the meeting between Gen. Ashfaq Kayani and Nawaz Sharif as a show of support for stronger democracy.
Foot problems for people with diabetes are costly: more than $80 billion a year, or one-third of the health costs of diabetes in the U.S.
His compositions included the orchestral music for John F. Kennedy's presidential inauguration in 1961.
The opposition said fighters from Hezbollah, the Lebanese militant group allied with the Syrian government, are taking part in the siege.
Investigators used security badge access records to track a Fox News reporter's comings and goings from the State Department.
Children's Hospital is taking part in a worldwide study that tries to desensitize youngsters allergic to peanuts by wearing a patch.
Coaches for the Pittsburgh baseball team will conduct a baseball clinic June 30 as part of a fundraiser for Glimmer of Hope.
Finance Minister Yair Lapid's assessment was delivered in an interview just days before the arrival of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Dan Pfeiffer says the tax agency's actions against some conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status were wrong and unjustifiable.
The Greater Pittsburgh Motorcycle Safety Council held a safety awareness event Sunday outside of PNC Park.
Premier Li Keqiang met with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy used dire language to describe traffic troubles for the work week ahead after train derailment.
The Blairsville boy died from injuries sustained in suspected child abuse; his stepfather to be charged with homicide.
WASHINGTON -- When Russia's foreign minister, Sergey V. Lavrov, clashed over Syria last year with Hillary Rodham Clinton, then the secretary
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A spate of violence across Afghanistan has claimed the lives of nearly two dozen Afghan police officers and civilians
KUANTAN, Malaysia -- Not long ago he was flirting with the idea of semiretirement, maybe a teaching job at an American university. But now A
MAZE, Northern Ireland -- On a quiet country road south of Belfast, only the sudden appearance of a watchtower and portions of walls offer a
HONG KONG -- Visitors from mainland China climb the narrow stairs to a cramped room here filled with forbidden delights: shelves of scandal-
SEOUL -- North Korea launched a short-range projectile into waters off its east coast on Sunday, as South Korea condemned the North's provoc
RUK, Pakistan -- Resplendent in his gleaming white uniform and peaked cap, jacket buttons tugging his plump girth, the stationmaster stood a
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Voters in an upscale district of Karachi turned out in low numbers on Sunday for a repeat of the parliamentary electi
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Syrian government forces backed by Lebanese fighters from the militant group Hezbollah pushed Sunday into parts of a stra
SAN ANTONIO -- Ray Gutierrez's green eyes twinkle and his cheeks dimple with a shy smile when he looks across the table at Evita Morin, the
Kenneth N. Waltz, a pre-eminent thinker on international relations who was known for his contrarian, debate-provoking ideas, not least his v
WASHINGTON -- Here is the White House view of the current trilogy of so-called scandals: Republicans are trying to destroy President Barack
HONG KONG -- The Boston Marathon bombings last month hit the home of some of the world's greatest universities. As the terror and violence p
Joseph Farman, a British researcher whose single-minded and at times officially derided study of atmospheric changes in the Antarctic establ
The Clairton robotics team made it to the final eight in the nation.
Interviews paint a more muddled picture of an understaffed outpost where the alleged targeting of Tea Party groups is said to have happened.
Paul McKrell, a member of Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's inner circle, is interviewing for a job in Ireland.
Three men have all either earned their GED, or are studying for it at the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council. Their paths are different.
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.
Up to 60 people were injured in a small Virginia mountain town near the Tennessee border.
Officials offer accolades to her for overcoming challenges of quadriplegia to graduate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Mayor Linda Thompson's biggest enemies in a battle against three Democratic challengers may just be her sharp tongue and quick temper.
For the third year, Mylan's Robert Coury is the Pittsburgh region's top paid executive: $28 million, up 31 percent from last year.
The chances of winning the estimated $600 million prize remain astronomically low: 1 in 175.2 million.
The Syrian leader says in a newspaper interview that he will not step down, as has been demanded by those trying to overthrow his regime.
A measure to bolster a law to protect women has been withdrawn from consideration by the Afghan parliament.
With primary day fast approaching, the candidates for mayor are hitting the ground running, hoping to secure much-sought-after votes.
Funding has shrunk for GED instruction and literacy programs as more people sign up and the test is revised.
The Post-Gazette editorial board recaps its 18 endorsements for the May 21 primary, leading off with Jack Wagner for mayor of Pittsburgh.
A new set of educational standards based on Common Core has run into late-in-the-game opposition along unusual political lines.
Mortality research shows the longer immigrants live in this country, the worse their rates of heart disease and other serious illnesses.
The president will tell how he intends to bring his counterterrorism policies in line with the legal framework he promised.
The Black Male Leadership Development Institute graduated 52 teens, who learned about leadership, character and college preparation.
The companies represent varied investors and bring a level of speculation typically found on Wall Street to the farmlands.
A suspected U.S. air attack targets an al-Qaida-linked group in southern Yemen.
While the test has always been revised every decade or so, this latest version is more challenging and more expensive.
France is the 14th country to legalize gay marriage. In the United States, Washington, D.C., and 12 states have legalized same-sex marriage.
Missiles were fired away from the South, testing the tentative calm that has emerged on the Korean peninsula after last month's tensions.
The Pittsburgh mayoral race attracted a shifting cast of characters, including longtime politicians and a political neophyte.
During the same period, the agency singled out dozens of Tea Party-inspired groups that had applied for IRS recognition.
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.
PARIS -- The rush toward France's first same-sex marriage officially began Saturday morning, after President François Hollande signed
MADAY ISLAND, Myanmar -- The pipelines are finished. The oil storage tanks gleam in the tropical sun. The deep-sea port set in jade-colored
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea launched three short-range missiles into the sea off its east coast on Saturday, the South Korean Defense
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, in a rare interview with a foreign newspaper, appeared to dismiss the possibility of
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Even with some legal protections in place, Afghan women, and sometimes even little girls, can be sold to pay family de
The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Friday issued a subpoena to the chairman of the independent panel tha
RICHMOND, Va. -- A celebrated chef. A political donor with a private jet to lend and a product to pitch. The state's top two elected officia
EDISTO ISLAND, S.C. -- The floors creaked. The walls swayed in a strong breeze. Rot and termites had destroyed parts of the rickety structur
During the summer of 2010, the dozen or so accountants and tax agents of Group 7822 of the Internal Revenue Service office in Cincinnati got
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.
Meeting takes place as Russia plays down sending of warships to the Mediterranean.
Part of the new breathing room results from stronger-than-anticipated tax receipts and dividends from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Karima el-Mahroug's testimony Friday confirms a sexually charged atmosphere at the get-togethers of the then-sitting Italian premier.
New estimates impart faith in oil boom in Williston, N.D.
Facebook is looking to its next challenge: convincing big brand names that ads on a social network are as important and effective as on TV.
Steven Miller apologizes for agency's treatment of conservative groups after he is required to take unusual step of swearing to be truthful.
The major spike in sectarian bloodshed heightened fears that the country could again be veering toward civil war.
Among Pitt leaders and key employees included in this year's filing, four of the five highest paid were in athletics.
The accident took place Wednesday night during a training exercise that involved a Humvee vehicle that overturned.
The last link in the Great Allegheny Passage bike trail between Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Md., saw its first full day of use on Friday.
No one has claimed responsibility for the blasts, but suspicion will likely fall on the Pakistani Taliban.