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Trevor Orchard of the University of Pittsburgh has helped Rwandan children control their Type 1 diabetes for the past decade
A Pittsburgh researcher is forming a nonprofit to work toward an HIV treatment using ATP combined with antiretroviral medications.
Mayor hands out money to city workers during broadcast of “Undercover Boss,” but he won’t say where the money came from.
AAA is predicting a record-breaking number of 98.6 million travelers is expected during the holiday season, buoyed by low gasoline prices.
Allegheny County has recorded 838 confirmed flu cases as of Dec. 20, which compares to about .
Pope Francis used his annual Christmas greeting Monday to rip the Curia.
Mon-Vale Health Resources is sponsoring a Breastfeeding Class from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday in its Mon-Vale HealthPLEX in Rostraver.
North Korea’s Internet link was disrupted Monday. But U.S. officials were not confirming it was the response to Pyongyang’s hacking of Sony.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday urged a pause in protests for funerals after weekend slayings of two city police officers.
The Baghdad government’s underlying challenge is to promote a sense of national unity for Iraq.
Facebook is accused of censorship for granting a Kremlin request to block a page publicizing a January anti-Putin rally.
The local district attorney declined to press charges against Officer Christopher Manney.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch want the Justice Department to name a special prosecutor for probe.
With prices like those, who wouldn’t protest to keep their Bottom Dollar store?
Plus: Satanic display erected; N.C. law struck down; Ariz. issues licenses; Ga. shootout ends; Drone safety
Plus: Pakistan executions; Progress on Ebola; Bombs hit Nigeria; Zimbabwe turnover; Orangutan rights case.
Lack of interest, shortage of funds hinder better policing of ethics in the Pennsylvania Legislature.
Single-lane traffic will be in effect from 10 p.m. today until 5 a.m. Tuesday.
The closures are possible in both directions between Chestnut Street and the 31st Street Bridge.
That means prices are 63.7 cents a gallon lower than a year ago, and 29.3 cents below what drivers were paying a month ago.
The suspects are in the custody of Washington County juvenile probation and will be placed in a juvenile detention facility, state police
The slayings of two officers Saturday in Brooklyn has heightened fears about the safety of law enforcement officials nationwide.
The Pennsylvania House and Senate refused to release any records they might have showing how many ethics complaints they had received.
The centers can be a powerful tool in helping young people to understand what is OK in relationships, according to the study.
An ethics-focused executive branch could boost those who want to continue efforts to improve Pennsylvania’s legislative ethics.
Mr. Lloyd was elected to five terms as mayor after serving for 18 years on borough council, but his long tenure was rocky at the end.
Plaques for six who succumbed in 2014 are added to a memorial wall in Downtown containing more than 100.
Medical crisis continues with Steve Downie, Brandon Sutter and Thomas Greiss joining long list of out of lineup for injuries or mumps.
Calls for peace come from across the spectrum as details about the shooter emerge.
Jack Gallagher, a 13-year-old from Erie, Pa., caught the attention of his NBA ’hero’ with a homemade video.
States show wide range of approaches to securing capitol buildings.
President Barack Obama defends actions in Sunday interview.
Meanwhile, Sony vows to release “The Interview.”
Peshmerga forces are seeking to bolster the gains the made late last week.
Officials threaten jail for those who follow unsafe burial practices.
Columbia student Paul Nungesser for the first time addresses accusations of rape.
Santa will have to give at least one letter some careful thought.
He turned the disadvantages of indigestion and outsize cigarettes into classic 1960s TV spots for Alka-Seltzer and Benson & Hedges 100s.
PLUS: Obama selects Yates for DOJ spot; Florida officer killed; gas prices still falling; Tom Brokaw’s cancer in remission.
PLUS: Mother charged; First Tunisian president elected; Intelligence chief replaced; Greek prime minister open to early elections
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At a special voting meeting Monday evening, the board hired Michael Brookie as the new assistant principal for McMurray Elementary School.
Jeremy Burnworth, 35, appeared before a federal magistrate in Pittsburgh this morning and was released on $50,000 bond.
Over decades, Dr. Robert Arnold has pioneered ways to deliver the right medicine for the very sick, emphasizing comfort and communication.
Officer Charles Kondek, 45, was gunned down in Tarpon Springs, about 30 miles northwest of Tampa, after responding to a call around 2 a.m.
There sometimes is overlap between Pennsylvania legislators’ official duties and outside interests.
Officials are still trying to determine how to regulate the new industry.
Federal mine safety officials credit changes they've made since the Upper Big Branch disaster in April 2010.
The three-time world heavyweight champion, who is battling Parkinson's, is being treated by his team of doctors and is in stable condition.
The proposal was seen by analysts as a typical ploy by the North to try to show that it is sincere.