A look at the various construction projects and road work planned throughout the Pittsburgh region.
The average hotel occupancy rate in or near the Golden Triangle dropped from 69 percent in 2014 and 2015 to 66 percent last year.
System leaks and unmetered use may have consumed up to 50 percent of PWSA’s water production, according to an estimate revealed last week.
Stakeholders are trying to read the tea leaves in Westinghouse’s mammoth bankruptcy filing.
As part of a new format, all undergraduate, graduate and professional degree recipients will be singled out by name as they accept degrees.
No longer a symbol of love and happiness, she started to wonder how much money she could get selling it.
Melvin and Mervin Steals wrote hit songs in the 1970s and are still making music today.
Among the grants is $300,000 for a storm sewer separation project on Main and Seventh streets in Sharpsburg.
Hooker is only the seventh first-round pick from a WPIAL school in the past 25 years.
Marketta Janay Walker, 24, of Washington was charged Thursday with attempted homicide, kidnapping, arson and other offenses.
Anthony Levandowski has emerged as a central figure in the legal battle between Uber and Waymo, Google’s driverless car initiative.
The Butler County district attorney confirmed that he will seek the death penalty against Keith Jordan Lambing.
Lionel Cannon, 52, one of the main players in a heroin and cocaine conspiracy, was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison.
The Pittsburgh investment manager said rising interest rates meant it had to waive fewer fees on its money market funds.
The group, based in Portland, Ore., visited Duquesne University Thursday as part of a tour raising awareness of its U.S. Supreme Court case.
Deeplocal, which was founded by Nathan Martin and two other research fellows, was a Carnegie Mellon University spinout in 2006.
Lawrence J. Cook pleaded guilty in January to numerous charges in connection with the crimes, which occurred in 2014 and 2015.
Transportation projects such as Port Authority’s proposed Bus Rapid Transit system are part of the budget fight between Trump and Congress.
Eighteen police departments worked together to round up the suspects, who are accused of dealing heroin and crack cocaine.
Richard Rydze is accused of 185 counts related to trafficking of steroids, HGH and painkillers as well as obstruction of justice.
The two victims were hurt in an explosion at Damascus Steel Casting Co. in New Brighton.
John Hogan, who admitted to ripping off roughly 80 investors for more than $8 million over two decades, will be sentenced in August.
Dustin Rice, 43, was sentenced to between nine and 18 years for the fatal beating of Dennis Pence, 54, in 2015.
Two were treated at the scene and the third will be transported to a hospital while battling the fire in Allegheny Township.
Beef steak will be topped with Canadian bacon, cheddar cheese and fried egg in the Canadian Pitts-Burger.
Covestro’s growth helped push Bayer’s net income up by 38 percent on sales of 13.2 billion euros.
More than 30 suspected heroin dealers and other drug-traffickers are facing criminal charges in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties,
Rising natural gas prices lift the company’s earnings.
The Liberty Bridge and the inbound Liberty Tunnel will be closed this weekend as part of ongoing deck reconstruction work.
About 8,800 people in Pennsylvania are served by sheltered workshops now.
Aron Bielski, 89, told an audience in Squirrel Hill how he and three older brothers rescued Jews in Belorussia during the war.
Four-story building could be part of Buncher Company’s $450 million Riverfront Landing development.
Health Department officials said Wednesday that they received more than 500 packages from applicants by the March 20 deadline.
The construction company Jendoco took its name in honor of the founder’s late mother, Jenny Dozzi.
Frein was sentenced by a jury to death by lethal injection after his conviction on charges including murder of a law enforcement officer.
The director had a positive impression of the city and its people, a feeling that was reciprocated.
Justin Tollefson is scheduled to be sentenced in August in federal court on four counts of false claims against the US.
Owners of older homes and rental units in Allegheny County, if eligible according to income guidelines, can have lead hazards removed.
FirstEnergy’s disputes with several railroad companies could bring a company subsidiary to the brink of bankruptcy.
Authorities believe victim Will Chaffin showed up at his cousin’s house with a shotgun, which went off when the cousin tried to grab it.
The DAR gave the grounds a higher profile with the construction of a gated entrance and a brick structure called the Blockhouse Lodge.
Construction projects and traffic restrictions throughout the Pittsburgh region.
Donald Trump hasn’t yet delivered on any man of his campaign promises, but his administration claims he’s outperformed predecessors.
Pittsburghers drive too fast and use their phones too much, EverRide says, so they tied with those in New York City as worst in the U.S.
Developers are trying hard to attract retail businesses to Downtown, but the effort hasn’t been too successful.
“If I did marriages, would I do a gay marriage? Yeah,” said candidate Dan Butler, who does not perform marriages.
Starting with 81 properties in 2012, Pittsburgh 2030 now has 491 buildings Downtown, in Oakland and parts of Uptown and the North Side.
Lawsuit claims Gateway reduced payments by 2 percent for medical care provided to Gateway’s Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plan members.
The Governors Highway Safety Association found more drivers who died had drugs in their system than alcohol and raised an alarm.
People can drop off drugs anonymously at Pittsburgh police zone stations on Saturday, as well as at three locations in Allegheny County.