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Work will conclude by 3:30 p.m.
Major delays are likely and PennDOT urges drivers to find alternate routes.
The University of Pittsburgh and Richard Mellon recruited Albert B. Ferguson Jr. to found the orthopaedic surgery department.
The work was scheduled to end by noon.
Restrictions will be lifted by noon.
A crossover for southbound traffic will be eliminated, with delays and traffic stoppages possible.
The Superior Court ruling came just as state Supreme Court justices are about to hear arguments on more than 20 similar cases on Sept. 10.
The ramps will close at 9 p.m. and reopen by 5 a.m. Saturday, PennDOT said.
From 9 p.m. today through 6 p.m. Saturday, the P1 East Busway-All Stops will not serve East Liberty Station.
Two American aid workers declared recovered, released from Atlanta hospital.
Union leaders are at odds over allowing Gov. Tom Corbett to march in the annual Labor Day parade.
A six-acre meadow could absorb as much as 600,000 gallons of water each year, part of a trend in keeping rain out of municipal pipes.
Federal officials allow to seek a delay in using student tests in teacher evaluation, but Pennsylvania doesn’t expect to apply.
Records show Ron Tomalis entered and exited a garage used by employees of the Department of Education on 126 days this year.
Mr. Gray retired from full-time scouting in 1994 but continued to work for the Pirates part time in various roles through the 2012 season.
He received a lifelong lesson in a lot more than just art from ceramics teacher.
General says battle must be in Syria.
Islamic State has conducted the most kidnappings and profited from their ransoms, but the United States and Britain refuse to pay ransoms.
Nightly flare-ups subside, county prosecutor to remain on case.
Thousands of Hamas supporters turned out for the largest funeral processions of the current conflict.
‘89 Supreme Court ruling to shape Ferguson probe.
The 200-vehicle convoy bound for Luhansk should cross the border today.
GAO: Pentagon acted illegally in swapping 5 Taliban for captive Army sergeant.
Texas governor, speaking at a forum on immigration as he weighs second presidential run, also decries his recent abuse-of-power indictment.
Plus: Boston bombing plea; Stop-and-frisk; Judge voids Fla. ban; Confederate flag bill; Holiday travel rises
Plus: Sect members on trial; U.S. reporter expelled; Election results upheld; Military coup completed.
Power problems have delayed the opening of the high-occupancy vehicle lanes for outbound traffic this afternoon.
Randal E. Bryant is using his yearlong sabbatical to teach White House officials the ins and outs of data science.
The bat is the 11th rabid animal reported to the department this year, including five bats, two cats, two raccoons and two groundhogs.
Uber joins Lyft as ride-sharing firms operating with permission to operate on an experimental basis for 60 days.
The hospital calls it the “first-of-its-kind” center in the country, and West Penn officials say a similar program is in the works there.
An international “Grandmother Power” movement is giving grandmothers a new role as activists in local communities.
“We continue to see improvement,” Gov. Jay Nixon said.
The court also agreed that she must write letters of apology to staff and fellow judges, but not on a photograph of herself in handcuffs.
The AG’s office said members of the group made at least 14 trips to New York City to buy drugs between Oct. 24 and Feb. 19.
Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol received an experimental treatment called Zmapp, but it’s not known whether the drug helped.
Speakers noted the difficulty of reaching a formula that could fairly distribute state money to the many types of schools in Pennsylvania.
UPMC is well positioned going into the final months of its contract with Highmark, as it continues to gain share in a shrinking market.
Has someone done you right?
Commandos in the first known U.S. ground operation in Syria engaged militants in a fierce firefight.
The county prosecuting attorney opened grand jury hearings that he said could be hearing evidence until mid-October.
Donald Gruda was a skilled soccer player during an era when the game was not as widely popular as it is today.
James Foley had acknowledged the peril journalists face covering the world’s most dangerous places.
British radiocarbon analysis finds Neaderthals died out sooner than scientists have previously suggested.
Residents contend that a slum in the capital, Monrovia, is becoming a dumping ground for patients.
The move could blunt Republicans’ election-year criticism of the president’s go-it-alone approach to immigration.
Israel warns that the bombardment of Gaza will continue until rocket fire out of the Palestinian territory stops.
The civilian death toll is mounting from sustained artillery strikes, and rebel cities are slipping into a humanitarian disaster.
After surviving tuberculosis, typhoid and malaria as a child, Mr. Iyengar credited yoga with saving his life.
Facebook this week announced that it’s experimenting with a tag that will mark sites as satire.