Pittsburgh police investigate Strip District shooting; two men hospitalized.
Since 2013, ski patrollers have volunteered at the Pittsburgh Marathon to help the medical crew that tends to runners at the finish line.
As far as the timing of the race itself goes, the schedule makers who set the start time at 7 a.m. couldn’t have done better.
Changing the fare will mean a lower cost for about 26 percent of riders and cost the authority $4.4 million in revenue the first year.
The trial of Eric Taylor, accused of shooting DaRae Delgado of Duquesne when they were both 15 nearly two years ago, continued Friday.
Officials believe the people who got sick contracted norovirus after eating at La Prima Espresso’s on-campus location.
The three are charged in connection with the March 24 slaying of Saevon Scott-Ponder, 21, of Penn Hills.
The ICA’s five-member board voted two weeks ago not to renew its month-to-month contract with Executive Director Henry Sciortino.
The Pittsburgh Marathon, University of Pittsburgh commencement and a Pirates game all descend on Pittsburgh this Sunday.
A proposed Olympic-sized ice rink at Shadyside’s Hunt Armory could be flanked by a fitness center and sports medicine and rehab services.
Forest City Enterprises is hoping to get a 300-unit apartment complex proposed for the east side of Station Square back on track.
The proposal would extend the expired collective bargaining agreement through June 30, 2017.
Among 12 cities nationwide, Pittsburgh leads in commitment of 68 million square feet of buildings reducing energy use.
Fire causes damage to vehicles, some traffic disturbances at garage on Stanwix Street.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority said the break in a 12-inch main line on South Bouquet Street occurred overnight.
Initial ideas go before Pittsburgh City Council at 2 p.m. today and could be revamped before a final report is presented by May 27.
Rachel Handel of the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania turned the incident into a teachable moment about the realities of nature.
Case involves a previous statement and testimony of LeRoy Powell, a witness killed just days after testifying at the defendant’s hearing.
The temporary permission granted by the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the property at Fourth Avenue and Ross Street expired Sept. 15, 2013.
Smiley’s Pet Pad in Shadyside is closing after more than 45 years, but manager Brad Scheidmantel will open a new store in Point Breeze.
Daniel Eagleson has been charged three times within the past year of failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders requirements.
A man who tried to elude police this morning, tried again to escape capture a few hours later when he ran away from a hospital, naked.
Aaron Govostes’ 14-year-old daughter and 13-year-old son were in their Gorman Way home at the time of the shooting, police said.
The school and county health department link the recent cases of ”gastrointestinal distress” to La Prima Espresso in Wean Hall.
Full service resumed just before 1:30 this afternoon but the Port Authority said it will take time for cars to resume the normal schedules.
“Priceless” set pieces escape harm prior to Saturday’s opening of David Hockney’s production of Stravinsky’s ”The Rake’s Progress.”
The two venues were penalized a combined $47,500 for violations of the state’s gambling laws.
“FDA, please don’t let me die early,” said 15-year-old Billy Ellsworth, who is in the drug trial that was considered by the committee.
An attorney for Carmen Randall, who is accused of making a false report about stolen Christmas toys, said she had needy kids in mind.
Tree Pittsburgh providing seedlings of five species of local, native trees grown at its Heritage Nursery in Lawrenceville.
Matthew Lamanna, Carnegie Museum paleontologist, is on the team announcing the rare skull discovery with new insights about titanosaurs.
The Pittsburgh steel producer’s trade complaint seeks to exclude all unfairly traded steel products from the U.S. market.
Pittsburgh artists Kevin Garrett and Leo Pellegrino have a role on her smash album.
Stephen Matakovich appears in court on charges that he violated the civil rights of a man outside Heinz Field during WPIAL playoffs.
Trek Development Group is appealing a county judge’s ruling that negated variances for its plan.
After losing $1.5 billion last year despite $815 million in savings, Mario Longhi believes the cyclical industry has seen the bottom.
The Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers represents 2,244 teachers and professional employees, 568 paraprofessionals and 20 clerical workers.
Because of the size of the affected building, the incident grew to five alarms and temporarily closed Fort Duquesne Boulevard.
Police say that another shooting of a driver on the North Side about 24 hours earlier is being investigated as a separate incident.
The foundation said the popularity of the online philanthropy initiative was stretching the resources it had available to match donations.
Police said the woman ran into a residence on Churchland Street after she was shot.
John Kasich closed his town hall event this evening with a populist tone.
The judge did not find Diane Elaine Bandy, Heather Lynn Vallone and Tara Jane Vybiral guilty of harassment for posts made on Facebook.
The Department of Environmental Protection says the authority switched corrosion inhibitors without approval.
Male who traveled to Zika affected region had the infection in March
While attention has been focused on nests with live video feeds, dozens of eagles are calling the 10-county region home.
At a Pittsburgh forum, a rebel group leader criticized the U.S. for failing to stop a bombing campaign by Sudan President Omar al-Bashir.
White House symposium acknowledges organizations taking fresh approaches to early STEM learning and professional development.
The $12.74 million project will close the ramp from Route 28 and limit traffic to one lane each way between Nash and Chestnut streets.
PennDOT’s $80 million upgrade to the Liberty Bridge will cause traffic patterns on the bridge to change three times a day on weekdays.