Legislation, introduced May 3, aims ”to protect wild and exotic animals from cruel and inhumane treatment.”
Prosecutors seeking the death penalty for East Liberty man found guilty of killing his next-door neighbors in 2014.
Two armed men sought for robbery at Circle K convenience store in Lawrenceville Monday night.
Eddie V’s, a Texas-based chain, has signed a lease for space in the Union Trust Building’s corner spot at Grant Street and Fifth Avenue.
Council will take up a proposal today that would end the police beating victim’s lawsuit against the city.
Butler Street block between 39th and 40th Streets, part of former Allegheny Arsenal, gets nods from planning and zoning boards.
Christopher Yaquinto must pay back more than $400,000 in restitution for stealing from Breen Energy Solutions.
Allen Wade was convicted in the deaths of next-door neighbors Sarah and Susan Wolfe in East Liberty.
Succession plan calls for her three sons, Andre, Christopher and H. John IV, to serve as chairs in four-year rotations beginning in October.
Advocates called for affordable, high-quality, inclusive early education at a press conference this morning in the City-County Building.
Eric P. Zahren was previously in charge of the Pittsburgh Field Office of the Secret Service for 25 years.
The St. John Vianney Manor in East Carnegie will be able to house 36 retired priests when renovation is complete.
In recent weeks there have been talks that the city police bureau couldn't get enough officers to sign up for the May 31 concert.
The Pittsburgh Presbytery, sitll one of the nation’s largest, saw a 7 percent decline to 28,518 last year.
With the planned closure of the borough’s middle/high school, the board doesn’t expect to increase taxes next year.
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: North Side's Sandwich Week brings attention to its eateries, dining strength
Pittsburgh’s East End-centric foodie buzz hasn’t exactly crossed the Allegheny River yet, but North Side’s annual event has become a draw.
The $25.3 million project will limit inbound traffic between the McKees Rocks and Fort Duquesne bridges this year, outbound next year.
Interactive map encourages cross-state road trips but Pittsburgh riders would like more details on local routes.
Police looking for person that shot at car while it was driving on Sandusky Court near Henderson Street.
Police say a 24-year-old man was shot in the leg in possible drive-by.
Malka Markovic survived the Holocaust and escaped communists. She’ll soon retire at 92 as caretaker of Jewish community’s ritual mikvah.
Both victims took private vehicles to Allegheny General Hospital.
A Baldwin man was arrested last night for stabbing a McKeesport man after closing time on the South Side.
Developers who once might have pushed back now buy into greening strategies to complement their investments.
PWSA will form a Water Quality Advisory Committee of representatives from academic, consulting and health organizations, as well as DEP.
U.S. Circuit Judge D. Michael Fisher presided over a ceremony in which 52 people became U.S. citizens at the Heinz History Center.
Andre Branch-Samuels, 24, is charged with homicide in the slaying of Dontae Thompson, 24, in Fineview.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto got stuck in the Westin Hotel elevator Thursday evening along with the mayors of Millvale and Leetsdale.
Police said shots were heard by an off-duty police officer in the area of South 13th and East Carson streets.
From December 2008 through July 2015, Henry Sciortino asked for and received $279,043 in payment for days he indicated he did not take off.
Michael Bassier, 31 pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to one count of lying in the acquisition of guns.
City finance director Paul Leger has asked the authority to release more than $18 million plus any interest earned on the money.
Oxford Development wants to build a four-story apartment building on site of a former car dealership along the Boulevard of the Allies.
The amicable settlement marks the latest of several departures from the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) by conservative congregations.
The Children’s Museum begins a capital campaign for the Museum Lab, planning to partner with Manchester Academic Charter Middle School.
The Buses for Perry Highway Campaign will meet to decide its next steps in efforts to get bus service north of West View on Route 19.
Judge says Juror No. 4, a man, violated the court’s instruction and is being replaced by an alternate.
Convicted former attorney and Allegheny County councilman asked for a delay pending his appeal in a previous case
The former boxing champ will be guilty of harassment only if he completes the course, according to his lawyer.
Heath Emory Miller, 25, this morning waived his right to a preliminary hearing in the case.
For a few hours Thursday, people were able to use their Uber apps to have puppies come to their place of work for a 15-minute visit.
Meiko Devaughn, 22, was charged with persons not to possess a firearm, drug possession and possession with intent to deliver.
Estimates of Pittsburgh’s population are below the 2010 census head count, but the mayor remains committed to goal of adding 20,000 people.
On the list of federal and state judges is Pennsylvania’s Thomas Hardiman of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Anthony Hamlet comes to Pittsburgh from the much-larger Palm Beach, Fla., school system; he also is a former NFL defensive lineman.
Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg visited the Energy Innovation Center in Hill District between stops in round-the-world journey.
The final arguments stretched over four hours in the case involving the 2014 shooting deaths of Susan and Sarah Wolfe.
The South Side teen clothing retailer saw net income climb to $40.5 million, or 22 cents per share.
Pittsburgh can raise a glass of moonshine in honor of “Outsiders Day,” declared in honor of the TV series in an event with star David Morse.
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership supported the addition of the Bill’s Garden cafe as part of its Paris to Pittsburgh program.