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Crisis nursery opens today in at the Kingsley Association in Larimer.
FBI's new Pittsburgh chief faced immediate crisis at Franklin Regional
World War II vets to reunite with "Angel's Coffin" painting at Soldiers & Sailors Pacific exhibit
Democrats Readshaw, Molchany vie in Legislative race.
Aaron Goempel was dying eggs with his girlfriend when the argument began. It ended with him in jail.
The southbound motorcyclist collided with a car. He has been transported to a hospital.
The unidentified robber made off with an Xbox game console this morning.
Nearly all of the area's 17 independent stores participating this year signed the pledge to "act in the spirit" of the day.
The concept -- "it takes a village to raise a child" -- takes hold in Homewood to repair the neighborhood's social fabric.
Most of Mr. Peduto's colleagues and observers gave him strong marks for his first months in office but cautioned that challenges lie ahead.
Pittsburgh's marathon has been on the front edge of the security wave, its CEO said, since a scare during the 2010 race.
A nearby patrolling officer heard the series of collisions and found witnesses dragging Maceo Fulmore from his car and punching him.
Officials plan to continue venue's mission despite larger bids.
Transit Tales project has collected hundreds of stories to help inform the future of transit planning.
Maintenance and cleaning will close one lane in both directions in the Fort Pitt Tunnels starting Sunday night, PennDOT announced.
Police said Leonard Young was found shortly after 8 a.m. inside a Chevrolet Malibu in a parking lot near Mt. Ararat Baptist Church.
Police had closed Fifth Avenue between Aiken and Negley while they investigated the package.
An East Liberty man accused of killing two sisters appeared in a Westmoreland County court Thursday morning for a hearing on theft charges.
After six years, Bloomfield Hockey is getting what officials say will be a state-of-the-art Dek Hockey rink to surpass any in the region.
The man was riding an all-terrain bike on the train tracks when he was hit by the westbound train, now stopped on the tracks.
A Lincoln-Lemington resident filed a suit claiming police officers relied on a faulty eyewitness and ignored alibi information.
The unidentified buyer would build a hotel on top of the financially troubled center but continue "the organization's mission."
“Be a friend. Be a friend of Jesus. Make friends for Jesus,” the bishop writes in a letter encouraging evangelism.
Dubbed the Working Group on Addiction: Prevention, Intervention, Treatment and Recovery, the 18-member group first met April 7.
The medical examiner's office determined that Kent Hall, 56, died from complications of a gunshot wound to the trunk.
Rodef Shalom Congregation in Oakland held a seder meal Monday for about 200 people.
But the city's attorney says, "We would like to let a court decide this issue before we slap you with a bill."
The school is involved in a federally funded program that saw its former director accused of stealing computer equipment.
In August 2011, Emile Bizimungu, 32, began trading benefits for cash, then billing the government for food. The total reached $40,000.
Robert Pace, 25, has been jailed since his arrest five years ago.
Sheldon Williams, a former police officer and instructor of the SWAT team, is now a pastor with the Allegheny Center Alliance Church.
Mount Washington’s Olympia Park off-leash dog play area will close today through May 9 for the ground to dry out and to allow the grass to
The Mansions at Maple Heights Bed and Breakfast cannot claim its tent as an accessory use, according to a recent court decision.
Hearings for a former mayoral candidate and his wife, both charged with making more than 100 unnecessary 911 phone calls, have been
With the Whiskey Barrel Flats, Bill Stolze may be the first to test the market on a riverfront stretch long considered a prime spot.
Andrew W. Moore, a computer scientist and expert in robotics, will begin his duties in August.
Workers will be removing a section of the suspended ceiling.
Bradley D. Penrod, who had worked at the airport for more than 30 years, was ousted by the Airport Authority Board last month.
But a federal judge says the recovered data must be kept in a sealed envelope until it is needed in court.
The victim was shot twice during a home invasion this morning.
Mayor Bill Peduto publishes a report pointing out the achievements that his administration has delivered.
The president and vice president will make a rare joint-appearance Wednesday at the CCAC's West Hills Center in North Fayette.
Janell Walker of Hazelwood says she also experienced a hostile work environment before being fired in January 2013.
A tree trimmer claims after being jailed, he was replaced on the job by the chief's brother-in-law.
David D. Wise, 33, of Washington, Pa., claimed he was abused in the Washington County jail.
The men who stole the 16-foot statue stolen from a woman's yard have brought it back.
Akira Endo had the talent to elevate a performance by conducting with his special touch.
Grosvenor Research pegs the city as No. 5, behind Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Chicago.
A compromise reached last week would keep city council's oversight of land sales for at least two years.