Traffic is allowed from the West End Circle to the Fort Pitt Bridge on-ramp on the South Side.
Trustees on Wednesday extended president Quintin Bullock’s contract and increased his salary by about $21,000.
LIFE Pittsburgh will operate a fourth site in western Allegheny County to manage medical, social services as a nursing home alternative.
The American Automobile Association estimates 43 million Americans will travel during the three-day weekend, the highest amount ever.
The metals producer details plans for separating into two companies, predicting it will overcome a legal challenge by doing so.
U.S. attorney’s office says the search warrants were executed as part of an ongoing federal investigation.
Cathy Wehrli of Dormont claims Corizon Health and the jail prescribed a medication that led to her daughter’s 2014 death at the jail.
Terry O’Reilly has been named the new president and CEO of Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corp.
School board says it’s on track to name a new leader by mid- to late-July, with three finalists making presentations next week.
Police accuse Kyle O’Connor of Schuylkill County with hitting Jessica McChesney of Wilkinsburg and then fleeing the scene.
Traffic is allowed from the West End Circle to the Fort Pitt Bridge on-ramp.
Pending approval, the city will lease the new site, which lacks the challenges that plague the current academy.
Jacob Phillips must serve five years probation after police said they found eight Molotov cocktails at his home.
Valeriy Vahil was indicted two years ago on 17 counts of evading taxes.
County police say Monday’s fatal accident in Jefferson Hills may have been the result of a road rage incident or racing.
The former James Gang and Eagles member is brilliant in the headlining set at First Niagara Pavilion
Son awakened by cackling chickens is able to save his father from a fire at his Rayne home.
Tressie Duffy of West Virginia is sentenced, and William O’Brien of the Philadelphia area is convicted.
The state Senate on Tuesday approved bill that would require stricter reporting for the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority.
Investigation will continue for Kathleen Kane, who has said she will not run for re-election and will leave office in January.
Thomas Clark, 50, told the court he never meant to harm his wife of 30 years despite killing her and throwing her body into the woods.
Judiciary Committee passes amendment that prevents law from being applied retroactively.
Retailer has agreed to offer buyers full refunds or send repair crews to ensure the dressers are properly anchored in homes.
Marking an end to an era, 60 new silver Toyota Scions with the zTrip logo drove off the lot Tuesday as part of the new 125-car fleet.
The three were arrested at Staley’s Motel in Kittanning on Monday.
Robert Crissman receives life for killing woman after he left the county prison’s grounds.
Keith Kristek admitted to taking more than $1M from Ambridge school district and $46K from Baden borough.
Traffic is allowed from the West End Circle to the Fort Pitt Bridge.
Some families concerned about the Zika virus are looking to commercial sprays to treat their property.
Bishop Gregory of Nyssa was among delegates at most broad-based Orthodox gathering in a millennium
Trump will speak Tuesday afternoon at Alumisource, a Monessen producer of raw material for the aluminum and steel industry.
The first-ever event will be run on a fenced off course, which will be held on runways and taxiways.
The district attorney’s office is seeking increased safety for the preliminary hearing of Cheron Shelton and Robert Thomas.
Reality-TV star Abby Lee Miller, who was trying to hide her assets from bankruptcy proceedings, will be sentenced in October.
Pittsburgh Police say Dillan Clarke punched and kicked a woman, and kicked her 4-year-old son.
The bill would keep companies from paying leaseholders less than a 12.5 percent royalty for natural gas.
Police are investigating the homicide of man found dead in a car Sunday night.
“We’re involving them in decisions,” Cynthia Hundorfean said in her first public comments since taking over at Allegheny Health Network.
Justin Antoniotti, who has been at WTAE since 2012, has been promoted by Hearst to head stations in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and Burlington, Vt.
Single-lane restrictions will continue in both directions in the Liberty Tunnel for maintenance work through 5 a.m. Friday morning.
A study conducted on a municipal ID for Pittsburgh indicates that marginalized groups would benefit from the identification card.
The First Tee of Pittsburgh’s youth program has introduced golf to hundreds of young people across the region.
State police say the car plummeted 150 feet when it struck trees and landed upside down in Franklin Township.
Magee-Womens Hospital went on lockdown Saturday after Alex Lee Randolph, 24, was seen placing air gun in the bushes outside.
A major assessment involving hundreds of excavations is likely to unearth long-abandoned pipeline practices.
A new consortium will preserve and share the history of disability rights in Western Pennsylvania.
For adoptees who have exhausted traditional searching methods, DNA testing has been a breakthrough.
The tiny borough of Confluence has seen a burst of tourism from the Great Allegheny Passage but some worry about future economic prospects.
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