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One lane has already closed before rush hour; the full tunnel closure at 9 p.m. is needed to allow crews to make repairs to the ceiling.
A Harrisburg councilman running for lieutenant governor will challenge the nominating petitions of fellow Democratic candidate Jay Paterno.
A Carnegie woman surrendered this morning on charges that she stole more than $90,000 while working in the high school cafeteria.
In 2013, every air monitoring site in Allegheny County met all federal standards for fine particulate pollution.
Police Chief Kenneth M. Truver said the roll-off dumpster overturned while being loaded onto a flatbed truck in the 1200 block of Grove.
Community College of Allegheny County announced four job fairs open not only to its students and alumni but also to the general public.
Citizens Bridge carrying Butler Road/Business Route 422 over the Allegheny River in Kittanning will have a new traffic pattern starting
The Holiday Park Volunteer Fire Department park-n-ride lot will reopen on Monday, Port Authority announced.
A former medical technician at a Philadelphia abortion clinic was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison for her role in the death of a
A Mon Valley agency that provides free bus rides celebrated expanded service, just months after the service nearly was discontinued.
Six days after the plane with 239 people aboard disappeared, Malaysian authorities expanded their search westward toward India.
Plus: Egypt brokers truce; Iran's culture, media wars; 'trail of blood'; Congress invites pope; no medical aid in Myanmar.
The dispute means that Congress is unlikely to approve a new U.S. aid package to the Ukrainian government before leaving Friday.
The pact would allow for retroactive payments to go to more than 2 million Americans whose benefits expired in late December.
The global industry for products meet Islamic law standards of manufacture is estimated to be worth hundreds of billions of dollars.
A report issued only a day before Wednesday's East Harlem explosion estimates that $47 billion is needed for repairs and replacement.
Duquesne Elementary students will stay in place for another year.
They suggest that a state agency was coordinating with the utility before it intervened in a push for a pollution lawsuit.
Plus: Senate clears flood bill; Keystone XL hearing; sentencing shifts backed.
The Pittsburgh attorney loved the stage, appearing in dozens of plays for Little Lake Theatre.
Andrew Brunette, a devoted family man, died Tuesday at age 47 after collapsing while playing tennis.
The survival effort of one deer on her own ends up casting a sad note about this season.
The study shows falls were reduced by 17 percent for people who attended a Healthy Steps for Older Adults program for safety tips.
The city will remain under the state's program for financially distressed municipalities.
John Hanger had been seeking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in a crowded field, but there was "no path to victory."
Christopher Spradley, 31, of Lincoln-Lemington, is accused of taking a 3-D printer from Wilkinsburg Middle School and trying to sell it.
The jet was carrying 149 passengers and five crew members, one passenger requested medical attention, but no serious injuries were reported.
The move comes amid an investigation into allegations of misappropriation of client funds.
The finding released Wednesday confirms suspicions about what happened to sophomore Stephanie Ross, 19.
Police, first responders and federal agents will be conducting a training exercise.
Democrats say their new plan would ease the state's retirement obligations through favorable interest rates and a set payment schedule.
Internal reports have shown that the VA knew early on the outbreak was due largely to a series of human errors, not faulty equipment.
Representatives outlined safety precautions for planned natural gas drilling on about 9,000 acres surrounding Pittsburgh International.
Plus: Military sex assaults; farmers target water regs; Goldman trader’s fine; mall-shooting fixation
Plus: Israel limits exemptions; key evidence displayed; gunmen kill 15 in attack; protests in Turkey spread; Iran's president in Oman.
The president meets with Ukraine's interim prime minister five days before a controversial referendum in Crimea on joining Russia.
The revelation could provide searchers with a focus that has eluded them since the plane disappeared with 239 people aboard.
Plus: Wallet that fell out of pocket ended up back in right hands / man returned her safely to home when she had trouble breathing
The recommended rule changes are aimed at certain workers now designated as supervisory employees.
White House lawyers neither approved the CIA move to refer its complaint to the Justice Department nor provided any advice to the agency.
The Pope has headed the Roman Catholic Church for a year as of today and his words and actions are making impressions, Catholics say.
Stephanie Ross, 19, was a sophomore mechanical engineering student at Drexel University.
The former PPG patent attorney had a quiet influence on the Oakmont community.
The school board pre-empts resident protests against natural gas drilling by voting to reject an offer from Rex Energy.
Six video cameras have been posted at major intersections in the township's most popular shopping center.
McKeesport Area Senior High School is working to encourage more black students to enroll in honors and Advanced Placement courses.
The majority of the parents at the school board meeting wanted to keep five elementary schools open.
The school district will pay $263 to $275 per bus per day and $44 to $55 per hour for taxi services.
As part of National Catholic Sisters Week, Seton Hill University is paying tribute to the Sisters of Charity, who founded the college.
Education no longer is the primary focus of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, as it was when they founded Seton Hill College.