Lungs at Work, a clinic in McMurray, provides health care and legal services to coal miners at a time when benefits are under threat.
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After riders raised concern about racial profiling to check transit fares, Port Authority said that won’t be part of its enforcement plan.
At around 10:30 a.m., the weather service at Pittsburgh International Airport reported a temperature of 73, then 76 at 3 p.m.
Ellen McLean led the authority through a tough financial period, but the agency now wants someone with more public transit experience.
The attack had put members of the local Somali Bantu community on edge.
Bettman said he was confident Saturday’s Stadium Series game won’t be significantly impacted by the unseasonable weather in the region.
After Monday morning, the ramp will then close again, around-the-clock, through April 6.
William Copeland, a Uniontown native and World War II veteran, worked for 36 years as an executive at what is now PNC Financial Services.
“I need to focus on other things, like college acceptances and all that other fun stuff that a senior is supposed to be thinking about.”
“We had a very respectful exchange with the senator,” said Jill Helbling, one of those organizing weekly “Tuesday with Toomey” protests.
The announcement of the task force coincides with release of a study on preschool education in Pittsburgh.
Allegheny County chapter of Senior Environment Corps is being formed for those ages 55 and older.
Some people may think taxidermy is a dying art, but not in Pennsylvania, which has a robust hunting and fishing culture.
The cost adds up to about $234 per person annually, nearly 10 times the $25-per-person fee Tom Wolf has proposed charging municipalities.
Sean Logan of Plum steps down from the turnpike commission, only to immediately quintuple his salary by joining the gaming board.
Michael C. Alberty, 57, of Washington was charged with theft by deception, and other offenses.
Allegheny County police said they arrested William Hoston in the fatal shooting of Jihad Cromer, 17, of McKees Rocks.
A schools official said the league and team each donated $15,000 to Clay County High School.
Unseasonably warm weather — and a wider availability of food — means deer are not expected to use the municipality’s baiting stations.
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.
Crews will inspect the bridge, ramp and walls on Route 28 and the Highland Park Bridge, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Problems at the Butler Street restaurant included a rodent infestation.
Argo AI, the artificial intelligence start-up Ford endorsed earlier this month, will make its headquarters in the Strip District.
The proposal would generally limit private construction to 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. throughout Pittsburgh.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s review of the Sept. 2 fire found contractor Joseph B. Fay Co. had fire safety problems.
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The teenage singer has a sister who is involved in a lawsuit against Pine-Richland High School.
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.
West Allegheny school officials say the teen was not a student, as Nicholas Gaworski, 25, is charged.
Boxers from Cuba and Pittsburgh first met in a tournament in July on the Roberto Clemente Bridge.
Police said Dashay Worthy, 24, has been charged in the shooting of another man on Tuesday afternoon.
For the ninth-straight year, the resort restaurant in Fayette County has earned a five-star rating in the 2017 Forbes Travel Guide
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum exhibit will include the Apollo 11 command module. It comes to Pittsburgh in 2018.
There will be some changing traffic patterns as new ramps are opened and old ones closed as part of a larger $53 million project.
Prosecutors say Steven Grados forged a dead judge’s signature on a document in an effort to cut pension payments to his first ex-wife.
Fifteen-minute traffic stoppages are scheduled today on East Carson Street so crews from Norfolk Southern can remove debris in the area.
Unseasonable weather starts maple syrup collection early but continued warm temperatures could mean earliest end to collection ever.
Christian Constantini and Michael Lowman were found guilty of official oppression and simple assault for behavior while serving an arrest
Beyond the numbers, they lamented the direction of U.S. policies and rhetoric that emphasize deportations and a sharp reduction in refugees.
Tex Ortiz was found guilty of taking his 2-year-old daughter for two weeks after her maternal grandparents were awarded interim custody.
Republican leaders have criticized aspects of Mr. Wolf’s plan but in general have sounded more receptive than in previous years.
The Ohio company’s decision to get out of the power plant business in certain states comes with a price tag.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation said it was told that the district will relocate the 6-foot-high monolith within 30 days.
Authorities are looking for 21-year-olds Elijah Law and Desmond Snead in the shooting of a woman Sunday night.
Dante Lozano, 41, of Olmito, Texas, was charged with cocaine distribution and laundering the proceeds. He faces at least a decade in prison.