In the 1960s, Mary Alice Smith was half of the singing Bel Canto Duo and the voice behind religious services all around Pittsburgh.
For several years, Sister Michele had been regularly visiting homeless people beneath bridges in Pittsburgh to bring food and socialize.
Mr. Slatten made fantasy footwear, adorning his designs with rhinestones, peacock feathers, decals and the images of celebrities’ faces.
Dr. Encke, 76, died Monday from complications of a kidney stone, Mrs. Encke said.
People in the courtroom erupted into cheers and clapped when officer Ray Tensing’s bond was set at $1 million, drawing the ire of the judge.
Some senators expressed dismay that they were approving another short-term solution — instead of passing a long-term highway spending bill.
Investigators caution that it will take more time to determine if the debris is from vanished flight MH370.
The Afghan Taliban Shura, or Supreme Council, chose Mullah Omar’s deputy, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, as its new leader.
A panel heard hours of testimony raising concerns about testing requirements.
State statistics released this week show improvements as well as remaining problems in child abuse reporting and referrals.
Pittsburgh native and national journalist Howard Fineman tossed the first pitch at PNC Park Sunday. His love for his hometown ever deepens.
Plus: Strong, helpful man lifted mom into SUV; Special gesture boosted spirits of cancer patient.
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Ohio Governor John Kasich formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican
1) He'll avoid the stigma of having to sit at the kids' table for the first Republican presidential debate next week, but Rand