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Board members approved Corey Gadson's resignation for the 2014-15 school year at Wednesday's legislative board meeting.
The two parties met this morning to discuss ride-sharing legislation.
The westbound on- and off-ramps will have alternating traffic controlled by flaggers from 9 p.m. Thursday to 2 a.m. Friday.
About five to 10 people protesting the university's proposal to go coed agree to relocate to Fifth Avenue.
Christina Graham-Pinkney was a passenger in a vehicle that collided with another vehicle around 1:30 a.m. on Robinson Boulevard.
The two other Democratic contenders, Tom Wolf and Allyson Schwartz, skipped the forum.
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The investigation into a Main Line high school drug ring began months ago. Police arrested one alleged ringleader in February.
The American middle class, long the most affluent in the world, has lost that distinction.
PLUS: Sherpas abandon Everest; Bravery on ferry; Search for missing plane; Lawmakers visit war shrine; Forecasters predict El Nino.
Ukraine's acting president on Tuesday ordered security forces to resume operations in the country's east.
The U.N. says the civilians were killed last week in Bentiu, capital of South Sudan's oil-producing Unity state, over ethnic hostilities.
The 600 American troops will be in Poland, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania by Monday, Adm. John Kirby said,
A review found that polling centers were either closed or saw little activity Election Day, but submitted thousands of votes.
Colleges, their police forces and local law enforcement may have to explain why so few campus sexual-assault and rape cases are prosecuted,
The Strip District taco stand owner owes his success, and recipes, to his Mexican mother, who died last week at 86.
The high court approves a Michigan voters' ban on race-conscious admission to state universities.
Christmas Eve 1965 was the happy day Dad bought a new Pontiac GTO to replace family's old station wagon.
Pope Francis on Sunday is scheduled to proclaim John XXIII a saint -- along with Pope John Paul II.
Bodily pain puts a damper on sexual desire, new research has revealed.
The justices worried that siding with broadcasters could endanger Internet cloud services millions use to access and store digital files.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said the rate at which the graduates enrolled in college dropped to 65.9 percent as measured in October.
Mayor Bill Peduto said Pittsburgh will submit a proposal but wonders whether it would be financially feasible.
A teacher was alerted to the items, found inside a locker used by a girl in the second grade at Pittsburgh Mifflin PreK-8 in Lincoln Place.
About 50 members of the public stayed silent on the recent bullying controversy that had drawn many of them to attend.
Yemeni forces, reportedly backed by U.S. drone strikes, hit al-Qaida militants for a second straight day Monday.
PLUS: Election set in Syria; Cameron's quotes criticized; UAE frees Taliban leader; U.N. condemns killings; Israelis, militants trade fire.
Russia warned Monday that Ukraine's government is igniting a civil war in the eastern regions of the country.
Sherpas consider boycott after Mount Everest avalanche killed at least 13.
President Obama will try to convince allies and adversaries about U.S. "pivot" to Asia.
A campaign ad by Pennsylvania state Rep. Harry Readshaw attacks a transportation funding law that passed the legislature last fall.
J. Roland E. Ramirez, a world-traveler and professor of philosophy at Duquesne University for 50 years, died last week.
The former water department director was "fascinated" by the city's system.
Pittsburgh Public Schools is launching a new student information system.
A California teen survives 51/2 hours in wheel well of Boeing 767.
In Supreme Court case, broadcasters contend video service Aereo is stealing content.
Plus: Justice looks at clemency; Defendant shot in court; Oscar Mayer recalls wieners
Multiple water samples taken from the Muskingum River last fall carried the environmental signature of bighead carp.
The memo contains the legal justification for the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen
Gov. Tom Corbett promotes his education plans at Carnegie Science Center
Despite winning all but four Pennsylvania counties in his election four years ago, the governor faces an uphill battle for a second term.
Squirrel Hill is getting its first farmers market, on a Sunday to boot, thanks to the coaxing of a boomerang entrepreneur.
Drug developers and Duchenne parents got a dose of good news Monday.
The Music Smiles program brings the joy of live music to Pittsburgh area hospital patients, ranging in age from their 20s to their 80s.
Health events schedule for the coming week.
The world and U.S. all-around gymnastics champion will try for a second U.S. all-around title at the P&G Gymnastics Championships.
How-to guide for dating someone in recovery is the first of its kind.
Pennsylvania’s Medicaid enrollment is up by more than 18,000 since the Oct. 1 launch of the Affordable Care Act’s health plan marketplaces.
More than 200 Pine-Richland staff members and residents showed up at the district's regular school board meeting to show their support.
The school board on Monday night hired David C. Brozeski of North Huntingdon to be the high school's new head varsity football coach.