Public works officials hopeful delays in first closure of Parkway East will be rectified in next weekend’s closure.
Communication between hospitals and post-acute care providers is getting new attention as Medicare escalates penalties against hospitals.
Hunters Sharing the Harvest, Pennsylvania’s venison donation program, will mark one million pounds of donated meat this hunting season.
The presidents of the two countries will work together to fight against the Islamic State group.
Alfonso Costa faced a trail of lawsuits as he built around Pittsburgh.
On his first day in Africa, Pope Francis focused on the recent terrorist attacks and held an interfaith meeting.
In 1950s, an aunt with a large ham for Christmas dinner motivated 13 of us to pile into a car to visit. And then it began to snow. A lot ...
Two weeks after the attacks in Paris, France faces a big security challenge, a global mega-conference on climate change.
A graphic video was released Wednesday of a white police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times.
Turkish officials say they had no reason to apologize.
At least one already declared it will protest by withholding millions it collects in state real estate transfer taxes and court fees.
Grinnell Glacier is disappearing due to decades of warming temperatures and may not exist as early as 2030.
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Mr. Abraham became an avid Pirates fan after immigrating to Pittsburgh with his family in 1939.
Mr. Canary’s first taste of soap-opera drama came in 1965, when he was cast as Dr. Russ Gehring in “Peyton Place.”
Ken Johnson was the only pitcher in major league history to throw a nine-inning no-hitter and still lose.
The request involves Mt. Lebanon’s contract to pay a nonprofit wildlife management organization to organize a controlled archery hunt.
Also, the Parkway East will close for one more weekend to prepare for the Greenfield Bridge implosion.
More than 100 protesters took to the streets Wednesday, marching and chanting through the Loop and blocking traffic.
The man was immediately apprehended and taken into custody pending criminal charges, the Secret Service said in a statement.
Black Lives Matter protesters have been camping out in front of Minneapolis’s 4th Precinct since Nov. 15.
Turing caused a furor in September when it acquired the drug and immediately raised the price from $13.50 a tablet to $750 a tablet.
Heavy police presence join balloons and floats on parade route.
One can see how this quaint custom might fade. But when you send someone a real Christmas card, you are also sending a piece of yourself.
Many Britons are wary of entering into another war in the Middle East.
Police say they believe Kaymer Lewis was a passenger in the vehicle that was stopped by troopers prior to the shooting.
The agency’s chief, Michel Jarraud, said it is likely that the world has now warmed by 1 degree Celsius over pre-industrial times.
Following a blackout in Crimea prompted by an explosion, the two countries have traded punitive measures with little restraint.
Gen. John F. Campbell said a probe concluded that “human error” was to blame, compounded by technical, mechanical and procedural failures.
Pop brings peace message to Africa amid security fears.
Most of the more than a dozen major retailers like Macy’s, Target and Kohl’s were sticking with their evening Thanksgiving openings.
The prime minister said the cut to level 3 -- the same as the rest of the country -- shows the risk of a terror attack “remains serious.”
Russia said Turkey may have planned the downing of one of its warplanes near the Syrian border.
It’s a reversal of past practice, when the board spent hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to erect fences to keep deer out of areas.
About 135.8 million Americans are expected to shop in stores or online over the four-day weekend.
Mr. McGinnis, 91, formerly of Dravosburg, died Sunday at Sunrise of Upper St. Clair, apparently of a heart problem.
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The statement by the executive committee of Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania counters calls to restrict Syrian Muslims.
If the perils of the traffic in Oakland make professional Port Authority bus drivers nervous, imagine what they do to regular motorists.
The Parkway East will close for one more weekend -- Dec. 4 through 6 -- to prepare for the Greenfield Bridge implosion.
Kyree Beachem, an 8-year-old girl from Ellwood City with Kyree’s Dream Team Facebook page, received a quadruple organ transplant Wednesday.
The president spoke from the White House today shortly after meeting with his national security team.
The state Constitution provides for the removal of officeholders through a vote of two-thirds of the Senate and action by the governor.
A daily pill that can slash the risk of HIV remains an unknown to thousands of primary care doctors and nurses, a federal agency cautioned.
Friday is the final day of a month-long strike by the district’s 285 teachers.
Trooper Patrick R. Casey suffered a “flesh wound” to his shoulder, state police Capt. James Raykovitz said.
Justice Eakin is under investigation for his role in an explicit email ring that also involved other judge.
The parish priest, the Rev. Christopher Ryan Heanue, 28, said he could think of no better place to leave a baby