The cost adds up to about $234 per person annually, nearly 10 times the $25-per-person fee Tom Wolf has proposed charging municipalities.
John Eichelberger suggested at a town hall that such students should pursue vocational careers rather than being steered to college.
Sean Logan of Plum steps down from the turnpike commission, only to immediately quintuple his salary by joining the gaming board.
Most protesters of the Dakota Access pipeline left peacefully from the camp near the Standing Rock reservation.
Unseasonably warm weather — and a wider availability of food — means deer are not expected to use the municipality’s baiting stations.
The Homeland Security secretary’s words, made at an event in Mexico, contradict those used earlier by President Trump.
Retired Admiral William McRaven says president’s actions an affront to freedom, and “greatest threat to democracy” in his lifetime.
A legal disagreement over the Penn Plaza apartment complex in East Liberty faces a status conference next month in Allegheny County court.
Ryan Kyle sentenced to 3 years in federal prison for pushing another man off the subway platform and beating him in 2015.
Police are investigating the attack on the Z Trip cab driver in Beltzhoover, but have stopped short of calling it a hate crime.
Darrelle Revis plans to go to the Turks and Caicos Islands on behalf of his Revis Island Foundation, which raises money to provide meals.
Crews will inspect the bridge, ramp and walls on Route 28 and the Highland Park Bridge, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Michael Polite, who has been on the board of the August Wilson Center since August 2015, will take over as board chair from Maxwell King.
Karina Ricks will serve as director for the department, which oversee planning for driverless cars, bicycling accommodations and roadways.
Pope criticizes ‘double life’ led by some members of his own church during the sermon of his private morning mass
The search for a new chancellor for the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth has been narrowed to three finalists.
Argo AI, the artificial intelligence start-up Ford endorsed earlier this month, will make its headquarters in the Strip District.
Franklin & Marshall poll shows strong approval among Republicans for Trump, but low overall ratings; Wolf’s numbers are up over last year.
At the four-day Conservative Political Action Conference, Trump will drop by to help fire up an estimated 10,000 activists in attendance.
Conservatives are praising the Trump administration's rollback of public school bathroom requirements for transgender students.
Analysts were evenly split over the prospect of deregulation in light of Trump’s executive order to review major banking rules.
In a letter to DeVos released Thursday, six lawmakers said they are concerned that there has been no public explanation by the president.
Angry constituents showed up at GOP town halls in many states, including in Virginia, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa and New Jersey.
Backed by U.S.-led coalition, Iraqi forces push into military base, seize Mosul airport runway in fierce fighting with ISIS.
Penn State graduate student assistants are seeking union representation.
The Pennsylvania DEP’s recent approval of permits for its pipeline has emboldened more producers to commit to the project.
An Oklahoma judge ordered the release of the emails in response to a lawsuit by the Center for Media and Democracy.
A senior White House official said Wednesday that Mr. Trump will issue a revised executive order on immigration next week.
Tillerson and Kelly will meet with the Mexican president on Thursday.
Jamal al-Harith is said to have detonated a bomb this week at an army base near Mosul.
Trump’s developing plan to defeat the IS may lead to significant alterations in the Syria strategy that Trump inherited from Barack Obama
The North’s response came a day after Malaysian police said they were seeking two more North Koreans.
Netanyahu said at a joint news conference that he was honored to be Israel’s first prime minister to visit officially.
Police made a few arrests two hours after deadline of some who refused to leave.
HSAs let customers set aside money before taxes, and some offer the chance to invest the balance in mutual funds like a retirement account.
Several residents faulted the city for failing to provide proper warnings.
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The Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s review of the Sept. 2 fire found contractor Joseph B. Fay Co. had fire safety problems.
Murray Crewe was the PSO’s principal bass trombonist and also taught music at Duquesne University and Carnegie Mellon University.
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The teenage singer has a sister who is involved in a lawsuit against Pine-Richland High School.
The dwarf star, located 39 light years away, has a seven-planet solar system whose orbits are in the “Goldilocks” zone.
Gaugamela Holdings, which is challenging the sale by Pittsburgh Public Schools, can refile its lawsuit.
Before his firing, Nisson Friedman, 26, of Squirrel Hill had been a teacher at Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh since 2014.
The city filed a complaint in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court Wednesday seeking an injunction to stop all demolition at Penn Plaza.
The state system also said future infusions will require the school to create a new model and revised mission to stabilize finances.
Some residents and three organizations of atheists, humanists and free-thinkers say the House has treated them like a “disfavored minority.
The former attorney general cost the state millions, most of it to a law firm for investigating the use of the office’s computers.
The unflattering audit of Moon and Curt Baker’s experience there convinced Wilson School Board to negotiate for his resignation.