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A study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that nearly 60 percent of teen crashes occurred after a distraction.
The outbound side will close at 10 p.m. today and Tuesday from Green Tree to Interstate 79.
Reconstruction and other improvements will occur on nearly nine miles from the Washington County line to Millers Run Road.
Periodic lane closures are possible from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for traffic signal work on Trion Road, Perrymont Road and Washington Boulevard.
A lane closure was scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. between Clearview Road and Murray Avenue.
Nemacolin Woodlands is celebrating the first anniversary of its Holistic Healing Center and the end of the resort’s $30 million renovation.
Success in online fundraising depends on many factors, according to those who operate such platforms.
Pittsburgh breakthroughs are highlighted in “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” which will air today through Wednesday on WQED-TV.
The bill, up for a final vote Tuesday, cuts the number of members on the Commission on Naming Public Properties to three from 11.
The force is intended to thwart growing Iranian influence in the region.
Both sides looking for leverage as they struggle to reach framework for a deal.
Tensions high as candidates look to avoid a runoff.
The family has not yet been questioned in the investigation out of “decency.”
White House says Gov. Mike Pence is in “damage-control mode.”
Police said there were 18 people on the van; the driver and seven passengers are confirmed dead.
A Pew study found 9 out of 10 Americans recognize their digital lives aren’t secret.
Two candidates, attorney Kirk Burkley and long-time parent volunteer Lynda Wrenn, are cross-filed for the District 4 seat in Pittsburgh.
South Fayette police say Linda Marcolini’s blood-alcohol was more than twice the state’s legal limit after she crashed on Dec. 22.
The justices are considering the ramifications of a California case for free speech.
The airline’s ticketing system went down, preventing passengers from checking in with the popular airline.
Former high school principal was one example of a life well lived.
The N.Y. attorney general accused Pittsburgh-based GNC and three other major retailers of selling supplements that could pose health risks.
A proposed constitutional amendment, backed by nonprofits, purports to give legislators increased power to decide who receives exemptions.
PLUS: Islamic Sate beheads 8, A final farewell to Yew, Pope leads Palm Sunday, Kissinger offers advice.
PLUS: A grant for the press, L.A. light rail hits car, Defense tests credibility, 2 dead in plane crash.
Francis J. Goldcamp completed 38 missions and received four Air Medal oak leaf clusters and two European Theater Bronze Stars.
He has to narrow a fundraising gap, confront lingering reservations of some Democrats and allay what he calls a rising skepticism of voters.
Former WVU player assembles star-studded Pittsburgh team for a brain health tool that aims to become a lifetime wellness aid.
Diplomats evacuated from Aden; U.N. staff leave Sanaa; gulf Arabs offer Yemeni president support at Egypt summit.
The loss came amid recent indications that the Assad regime is struggling to maintain the momentum it won on the battlefield last year.
Nearly 60 million people have cards to vote, and for the first time there is a possibility that a challenger can defeat a sitting president.
A gender discrimination lawsuit has blown open a conversation about the shortcomings in the emerging tech industry.
The 26-year-old officer had worked part-time for the Darby Borough Police Department for four years.
There are no firm estimates of the number of young patients facing life-threatening diseases at any given time.
Physicist continues to work every day to build a time machine.
Lava continues to affect the daily lives of Hawaii residents.
Longer nursing home stays are costing insurers money and affecting their profits.
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.
SteelHacks brought more than 150 students from Pitt, Carnegie Mellon, Duquesne, Chatham and Youngstown State to Oakland to test their
The Veritas Forum gathered in McConomy Auditorium of Carnegie Mellon to debate faith’s role in the scientific worldview.
PLUS: Blogger’s whipping; museum raid victim; Ebola lockdown defied; World Duty Free deal.
PLUS: Seven shot at party; Hunt for blast victims; Bird flu outbreak; Train crash hurts 21.
The Pittsburgh retailer acted in response to an investigation by the New York attorney general.
Police say Sgt. Robert Bemis pulled over to the side of I-81 in Schuylkill County on Friday to help a man whose car had caught fire.
He parlayed showmanship on the court with flair at the microphone to become a fan favorite for more than half a century.
The seige ended more than 12 hours after gunmen from the Islamic rebel group al-Shabab took up positions in the hotel.
The CEO of AHERF (Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation), once the state’s largest health system, was jailed after its fall.
Senior Tyler Wachs could have simply purchased a canoe, but asked, “Why not make something that you can say you built with your own hands?”
The House passed a measure that would create a new payment formula for doctors and charge higher premiums to some Medicare beneficiaries.
The lists rating which school will boost the students’ earning capacity the most aren’t always accurate measures of a college’s full impact.