PennDOT has announced lane restrictions approaching the Fort Pitt Tunnel Wednesday night from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Thursday.
Some 350 people were lined up outside the school's athletics center by 9:45 a.m.
Penn State officials have not said who’s headlining the July 8 concert.
The Senate has voted to pass legislation that would, among other things, allow beer distributors to sell beer for off-site consumption.
Most of those killed at a Pakistani police academy in the southwestern city of Quetta were police cadets and recruits.
Medtronic said its “artificial pancreas” technology available next spring will offer better diabetes control with less effort.
The debate came as the race enters its final weeks, a near toss-up likely to be one of a few contests to determine control of the Senate.
But his team conceded that crucial Pennsylvania may be slipping away to Hillary Clinton. And Evan McMullin is still challenging him in Utah.
“The Jungle” quickly evolved into Europe’s largest slum, supported by aid groups, and was seen as a black eye on France’s image.
Geo TV, citing hospital sources, said early today that at least 57 had died and 116 people were injured.
Also, a rights group urged a probe into a suspected airstrike that hit a mosque, killing over a dozen civilians.
The two officers were shot Sunday night and are expected to recover. Michael Vance is believed to have slain his aunt and uncle.
At the same time, many consumers will be down to just one insurer. This may stoke another “Obamacare” controversy days before the election.
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Police said the attacks were carried out Friday night by bands of as many as 100 boys and girls.
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The state Republican Party is challenging a law that says poll watchers must be from the county they monitor.
A proposal circulated last week could subject council members to fines for disclosing key material from executive sessions.
The state Legislature granted ride-hailing companies like Uber, Lyft and zTrip permanent authority to operate in Pennsylvania.
Educator, school director, Wilkinsburg official, model and beauty contestant.
Expansion of Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force offices in East Liberty includes new medical clinic for both HIV/AIDS treatment and primary care.
Four of the nation’s experts on a multitude of women’s health issues will be in Pittsburgh to speak.
Joe Biden will appear at Chatham University’s Athletic Fitness Center in Squirrel Hill for an 11:30 a.m. rally. Doors open at 9:30 a.m.
A tearful Kathleen Kane — convicted on perjury, obstruction and other charges — pleaded for leniency during her sentencing hearing.
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to campaign for Hillary Clinton and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Katie McGinty.
Due to higher oil prices, GasBuddy analysts warn that the coming winter and summer will bring higher prices than seen in the past year.
A tractor-trailer fire shut down the Parkway West inbound between exits 52 and 53 (Clinton exit) for more than an hour this morning.
Union says faculty members will be able to recoup pay they lost last week during the walkout.
Tom Hayden was a 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 7 trial defendant to become a legislator and author.
Officials said the bus carrying 44 passengers was going much faster than the truck, but the bus may have been slowing down before impact.
It is by far the president’s biggest effort to bolster local Democrats since he took office.
The Review-Journal was bought late last year by the casino magnate and billionaire Sheldon Adelson, a supporter of the GOP nominee.
The Kurdish forces, known as peshmerga, said the area they cordoned off measures around 38 square miles.
Warplanes targeted the opposition neighborhoods of the city’s eastern neighborhoods Saturday evening, residents and rebels said.
In France, at least, the timing is seen as significant, as relations between Paris and Moscow have reached historic lows.
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News of the rescues came amid reports that clashes broke out elsewhere in Europe at the infamous “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, France.
When a media company buys another, the acquired firm’s regime is usually shoved out the door.
The new court calendar suggests that the remaining eight justices are altering their workload.
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Researchers think they’ve found signs of “moonlet wakes” in the planet’s outer rings.
Mr. Doyle died Friday at his Shaler home following years of medical issues including a stroke and multiple heart attacks.
The former attorney general is expected to seek leniency for abusing her position, but “no regrets” means she may not receive it.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority board backed off some changes in all-day and lease rates that would have taken effect in August.
The American Academy of Pediatrics today issues its first update of safe-sleep guidelines in five years.
Either Democrat Joseph Torsella of Philadelphia or Republican Otto Voit of Berks County will oversee more than $100 billion in state assets.
Some on Brighton Woods Road say buses that began last month are noisy and may damage the street in their 80-home cul-de-sac.
Scientists studying the habits found that the primates produce stone flakes similar to the flakes used as cutting tools by early humans.
At a hearing in Monroeville, there were tense moments between charter school CEOs and principals from traditional schools.
“Here's the big X factor: it's called Donald Trump,” said Terry Madonna, director of the Franklin & Marshall College poll.