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The AG’s office said members of the group made at least 14 trips to New York City to buy drugs between Oct. 24 and Feb. 19.
Speakers noted the difficulty of reaching a formula that could fairly distribute state money to the many types of schools in Pennsylvania.
UPMC is well positioned going into the final months of its contract with Highmark, as it continues to gain share in a shrinking market.
The money will dent the flow of fertilizer and manure feeding the algae blooms that threaten the supply of drinking water from Lake Erie.
The state Supreme Court ruled that the $75,000 mandatory fine given a Rivers Casino employee for stealing $200 in poker chips was excessive.
Fresh Start is bringing its Tomalis protests to Pittsburgh as part of a statewide effort to dog Gov. Tom Corbett.
Defendants in the Pennsylvania Turnpike corruption case say the state can’t prove a direct relationships between contracts and donations.
Prosecutors tell a judge they have to prove a pattern of conduct, not a direct awarding of contracts for contributions to support charges.
Critics say the state Health Department’s changes to track health complaints about Marcellus Shale drilling don’t go far enough.
The U.S. visit would include stops in Philadelphia, Washington and New York.
The company’s attorney instructed a witness not to answer questions about the number of rides provided while under a cease-and-desist order.
Between 2007 and 2012, Pennsylvania issued $298 million in tax credits among 292 productions and 500 applicants.
All lanes are open, but many drivers left their vehicles while waiting for the accident to be cleared causing a "gigantic backlog."
During a contentious committee meeting, board members discuss three different proposals for restructuring the board.
It still remained below the national 6.2 percent rate and is a 25 percent decrease from the number of Pennsylvanians out of work last July.
Effort to stem opiate tide has 11 initial concepts as it sprints toward September report.
Pittsburgh officials say the city would be unfairly left out of proposed revisions to the act designed to help distressed cities.
Nobody was answering the phone Friday at the club about 80 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
As we plan the new Post-Gazette, we are reprinting a parade of nameplates from our past.
Calls continued Wednesday for investigations into whether he was a “ghost employee” and into email retention policy.
The disclosure of an internal Liquor Control Board proposal to raise the markup on wine and spirits has Pennsylvania restaurants protesting.
Gov.Tom Corbett said Ron Tomalis “did his work” despite others calling for his ouster after the Post-Gazette found little work product.
The two men will square off Sept. 22 at a Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce dinner in Hershey, according to a schedule from the campaigns.
Hearing for the ride share company’s permanent application to begin service is Monday in the PUC's Downtown Pittsburgh office.
Officials said Terrick Smith, of Braddock, and Marquese Underwood, of West Mifflin, had guns that had been reported stolen.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees passes resolution that allows continuation of NCAA consent decree as settlement talks with the NCAA move on.
A U.S. District judge held a conference in a case that pits plaintiff Gregory R. Zappala against his former partner Robert J. Powell.
Mr. Duncan said early childhood education is "the most important investment we can make."
The gubernatorial candidates also will debate in Hershey and Philadelphia.
His resignation comes two weeks after the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette found little evidence of work at his post as adviser to the governor.
Mr. Larsen was the first justice to be impeached and removed from office by the state Legislature.
The acting secretary of education’s comments on daily email purges contradicts department policy and state law.
Kenneth R. Douglas, 66, of Hayward, faces a December sentencing.
A second report faults state handling of shale gas development boom, and says residents’ health is compromised
Through the program, high-achieving schools can apply to become mentors to low-achieving schools.
The trustees will hold a public conference call Wednesday morning to discuss the NCAA consent decree and a $60 million fine.
School Performance Profile scores for districts in 2012-13 put North Allegheny at the top and Wilkinsburg at the bottom in Allegheny County.
The request was made in a letter that was addressed to board chairman Keith Masser and seeks a special meeting to be held later this month.
Bloomsburg Town Council plans to discuss the incident Monday.
A Temple University Hospital spokeswoman said Keisha Williams, 34, died Thursday night. She had been in critical condition since the crash.
A judge granted a joint motion Thursday that says another month would give the parties a “meaningful opportunity” to resolve the lawsuit.
A survey of more than 12,000 small business owners by a San Francisco firm gave the region some of the worst grades in the country.
All sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at the agency’s offices, 2100 Wharton St., South Side.
Meanwhile, Lyft’s Harrisburg-based attorney is seeking to have the only remaining protests by Allegheny County-area companies dismissed.
Pittsburgh officials assure that isolation facilities and protocols are ready to treat and control any outbreak of the deadly virus here.
Half the spills at Marcellus Shale well sites that resulted in fines weren’t spotted by gas companies as required by state law.
Pennsylvania’s Department of Labor and Industry will extend a contract with Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute.
The department did not order a nameplate for his office door until Tuesday, two days after a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story raised questions.
Omari Patton’s motion says his sentence was based on an improperly calculated amount of cocaine.
Former secretary of education Ron Tomalis was appointed special adviser in June 2013, but was permitted to keep his cabinet-level salary.