More than 90,000 voters responding to a survey conducted by Ballpark Digest put PNC Park ahead of any other by a margin of 65 to 35.
Among those promoted were a lieutenant who will head the Zone 3 station and a sergeant who was a bodyguard for former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
City Councilman Dan Gilman proposes that police, parking authority collaborate to identify stolen vehicles, wanted people.
Relatives’ expedition honors the legacy of B-17 gunner Bud Owens of Lawrenceville, who died in 1943 in the snowy mountains.
Vivien Li, who for 24 years led the Boston Harbor Association, becomes president and CEO of Riverlife on Oct 1.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority will shut off water service to a street in Oakland overnight tonight for six hours.
Loc "Mike" Vong, 24, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and a firearms charge before Judge David R. Cashman.
The treatment is set for 8 to 10 p.m. in residential areas of Sheraden and Windgap, along Middletown Road and Chartiers Avenue.
The ship, which made 40 trips taking soldiers, supplies and equipment from England to France in World War II, will dock near Heinz Field.
Latest in a series: City officials are trying to implement the ordinance, but some parts are blockaded by the Coast Guard.
A switchback ramp from the Smithfield Street Bridge to the Mon Wharf and a connector to Point State Park begin construction next spring.
Amber Kabina was in Allegheny County Jail on charges of assaulting law enforcement officers, assault, resisting arrest and other crimes.
A Franciscan friar, who was diagnosed with stage-four cancer two years ago, kicked off a 550-mile bike ride for charity in Duquesne today.
The hospital implemented its Emergency Operations Plan after the broken line caused water to flow into several elevator shafts and a
Edward E. Stevens, an 83-year-old Collier resident and Korean War veteran, led the brief ceremony.
Cameron Tonkinwise moved to Brooklyn from Australia. In 2012, his teaching career in the field of design brought him to Pittsburgh.
Maintenance will cause overnight lane closures in the Liberty Tunnels this week.
A 2-year-old toddler was injured today after he fell out of a second-story window while chasing a cat in Marshall-Shadeland.
Last week’s flurry of national media attention on the city’s charms has become the new normal.
The Promise has reduced the maximum total scholarship to $30,000, with an annual maximum of $7,500, beginning with the Class of 2017.
David Poole, 44, died around 10 a.m. Saturday at West Penn Hospital; he spent several months in a coma as a result of a beating.
Three dozen girls got the red carpet treatment at the first-ever Princess Party on Saturday, at City of Asylum on the North Side.
No one was injured the shooting and the officer will be returning to duty, a police commander said.
Pittsburgh police said gunfire was reported shortly before 2:30 a.m. in the 900 block of Woodlow Street.
Police believe a Manchester shooting Sunday night left at least one person injured.
Zone 1 police responded to the scene on the 300 block of Penfort Street. The stabbing happened around 9 p.m.
Fehmi Abdullah contends the couple purposefully rode slowly in front of him as he attempted to take his autistic son to a therapy session.
The summer camp, called InfoLink 100, is part of an effort to cultivate computer skills in African-American students, ages 14 to 18.
In a 90-minute span Wednesday night, Carrick may have lost a community tradition some six decades old.
The Law Enforcement Officers Memorial worked to install the statue in memory of Pittsburgh police dog Rocco, who died after he was stabbed.
Obituary: Ruth Furman Miller / Lifetime devotee of Duquesne Incline, worked to reopen it with her husband
Ms. Miller, along with her late husband, David Miller, did door-to-door fundraising to revive the Duquesne Incline in the 1960s.
The authority is refinancing the bonds through Bank of America, which will provide a loan for a 0.69 percent annual fee.
The station will close from 6 a.m. today until 5 p.m. Saturday.
It was reported on the 2600 block of Stayton Street just after 6 p.m., according to an Allegheny County 911 dispatcher.
The officer who discharged his gun inside a residence while attempting to arrest a suspect earlier today will be able to return to duty.
Police received the report of a suspicious device next to a garbage can in the 1100 block of Grandview Avenue around 8:14 a.m.
The six-decade old tradition will come to an end after brawling teenagers prompted an early closing of the festival.
A ceremony helped kicked off the celebration for Larimer Pointe, the latest unit site in the Larimer area.
The Port Authority intended to start the work in June but pushed the project back to try to accommodate merchants in Mount Washington.
The robbery happened about 2 a.m. at the Burger King in the 2900 block of Brownsville Road.
An 83-year-old woman was driving on Eathan Avenue when she lost control of her car and slammed into the parked vehicles.
Hartman taught science at North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh from 1986 to 1997, when he was abruptly removed by the Marianists.
The inbound and outbound lanes from Second Avenue to Forbes Avenue will be closed on alternating nights.
A 19-year-old man was shot in the arm, thigh and lower back Friday afternoon in Homewood.
The ordinance requires a permit for major filming and directs the mayor’s office to develop regulations for processing and issuance.
Pittsburgh police have identified a man accused of pushing a woman off her bicycle in Lawrenceville Thursday afternoon.
Zombies move last remaining set piece from 1978 horror film “Dawn of the Dead” from Monroeville Mall to the Heinz History Center.
The announcement of the firings comes about six weeks after a VA plumber said fellow employees had been harassing him in his work area.
The city launched the project last fall, stating the street would be closed for eight months, now it won’t reopen until the end of the year.
The bill, which would require city businesses to offer paid sick leave, gets amended and pushed back a week.