Applications will be accepted until April 21 for Pittsburgh’s new Youth Participatory Budget Council program.
Several speakers referenced Friday’s inauguration of Donald Trump as President as a looming threat to women’s reproductive choice.
Her experience as a mother of three led to involvement with a task force on special education
Two restaurants claim a city reconstruction project is at fault for the problems that have forced them to shut down.
Events include a national security briefing, an opera workshop, a concert series, association meetings, international soup sampling and
24 people from 13 different countires swore a vow to become American citizens recently
The half-scale pod will use magnetic levitation to propel through a 1.5-mile tube that SpaceX developed for an international competition.
A quick peak at the new North Side spot on its first night open to the public.
In a likely case of mistaken identity, Christopher Thompkins, 57, was shot dead by police after firing a warning shot at a burglar.
The clergyman will challenge incumbent Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
Carnegie Mellon professor says a minute away from the game can lower anxiety — even if Big Ben is sacked.
Separate events Downtown and in East Liberty celebrated rights, diversity in wake of the inauguration of President Trump.
Similar demonstrations in cities across the country, including Pittsburgh, were more peaceful.
In the second competition pitting humans against CMU’s poker-playing computer,the computer has won six out of the first nine days.
Pittsburgh and Penn State have been named a national testing site for self-riving vehicle technology by federal transportation officials.
Rashawn Austin is scheduled to be sentenced in April on third-degree homicide and gun charges in the death of Derrick Owens.
Kenneth Stanko admitted in federal court to selling oxycodone and submitted false claims to health insurers for prescriptions.
An incident Jan. 9 at the high school prompted questions about what powers the new school officers have and who oversees the force.
The 214-room hotel would be built on the east side of the casino property near Carnegie Science Center.
The analysis by former Allegheny County Judge Bill Ward on Cameron McLay’s speech echoed the city Office of Municipal Investigations.
The higher-than-advisable lead levels in city tap water reinforces the authority’s mandate to step up replacement of service lines.
A local arts group has chosen Inauguration Day to launch a project inviting the public to create artwork inspired by the new president.
Richard Wright has a detention hearing scheduled after being charged with being involved with a Florida-to-Pittsburgh cocaine connection.
Shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday, officers were called to Woodland and California avenues for reports of shots fired.
City police said that at about 3:50 a.m., officers were sent to the 2900 block of Spring Street.
Private contributions reached $1.5 million for Pittsburgh’s bicentennial celebrations last year. The city is poised to kick in $250,000.
As Donald Trump is sworn in at noon Friday, an activist group will hold a “People’s Inauguration” at Freedom Corner in the Hill District.
It’s the first time that temperatures have blown past the previous record three years in a row. Pittsburgh saw its second-warmest year.
Moira Kaleida, the sponsor of the designation, acknowledges the measure would be largely symbolic.
The move is a formality because the man convicted of killing three Pittsburgh police officers still has several levels of appeals remaining.
Oxford Development Company scraps plans for iconic skyscraper in sale of Downtown property.
Port Authority is hearing more concerns about riders always entering the front door than it is about the new fare policy that began Jan. 1.
Rachel Lynn Howze, 30, pleaded guilty in August to obstructing an investigation.
The Rev. John Welch, a Homewood resident and dean of students at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, will announce his candidacy Saturday.
Representatives from the Catholic, Islamic and Jewish communities endorsed six bills before Pittsburgh City Council.
The building will be anchored by an established barber and tenants will provide free services to underserved residents of the neighborhood.
In an appeal filed Tuesday, Pennley Park South Inc. described the Jan. 10 planning commission decision as “unabashedly political.”
Dan Gilman is introducing legislation that would let the Steel City take an official stand on inclusiveness.
Pastors of mixed flocks are striving to balance appeals to unity with uncompromising calls for justice.
The Post-Gazette identifies 25 Trump Transition Team members with ties to the Scaife Foundation and the groups it funds.
Pittsburgh police Monday charged Michael Ginyard Jr., 30, with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other charges.
Multiple police agencies responded to the 100 block of St. Joseph Street shortly before 5 p.m. after a report of an armed robbery.
Ahmad Foreman, 18, was shot in the head, body and extremities shortly after 10 p.m. near the intersection of Fannel and Cornwall streets.
Robert Rubinstein is likely to lead the agency, which has come under criticism for waiting nearly five years to make a permanent choice.
That’s the conclusion of a 104-page assessment of the freight industry released last month by the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission.
State grant and earmarked funds could allow the URA to improve street lights, sidewalks, crosswalks and bus shelters.
Officials at CCAC said the ban applies both indoors and outdoors and covers use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
The Sprout Fund’s “100 Days of US” is an incentive to support local projects to help people “demonstrate the values and vision of America.”
Events in the City of Pittsburgh this week.
Michigan billionaire Betsy DeVos, the nominee for education secretary, has spent millions to support charters and school choice.