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In light of the death of a Facebook executive’s husband, experts warn of the high risk of using the exercise machines.
The closures affect the outbound side from Green Tree-Crafton to Interstate 79 beginning midnight Friday and Saturday.
Work will occur between the Beaver County line and the Pittsburgh International Airport interchange from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The ongoing dispute between the region's health care giants had interfered with the payment of about 3 percent of more than 900,000 claims.
Senators will seek concessions from many employees and the eventual end of the debt-ridden traditional pension system for 370,000 workers.
The closure between Route 910-Gibsonia Road and Saxonburg Boulevard will continue through June 30.
The PUC judges had previously ordered Uber to divulge details on the number of rides provided from the advent of its service in Pittsburgh.
Ten tankers operated by BNSF Railway Co. were reported to be in flames and the town of Heimdal, N.D., was evacuated.
The high school musical awards for Allegheny County will crown winners at a Benedum Center ceremony on May 30.
The state exceeded its budget for winter maintenance by $69 million, or 34 percent.
Acting Superintendent Dan Matsook is expected to announce that the 7-12 program will remain intact in Wilkinsburg for 2015-16.
The weather service said visibility in some areas could be reduced to a quarter-mile this morning.
Air Force Tech Sgt. Matthew Greiner and two others will receive medals today for their roles in protecting 80 comrades in September.
The Pittsburgh-based breast milk bank will service neonatal intensive care units in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Mark Roosevelt left Pittsburgh five years ago to re-start Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, where there are now 250 students.
The request follows the April 19 death of Freddie Gray, 25, who sustained spinal injuries after being arrested by police.
Middle-aged type 1 diabetics had more severe brain abnormalities than a similarly aged control group without the disease.
The closest campus to Pittsburgh that is closing will be the Art Institute of York, Pa.
Controller Chelsa Wagner also raised concerns about Allegheny County using one-time revenue sources to make its budget work.
Senator says a lot of social ills are being blamed on police instead of on broken family structures, criminal behavior and poverty.
Cockpit data shows Andreas Lubitz put the plane into descent mode five times in a 4 1/2-minute period during the Duesseldorf-Barcelona leg.
The 23rd annual Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure expects to draw 23,000 participants on Mother’s Day.
The senators said recent findings of mismanagement at the Philadelphia VA might point to a broader, department-wide problem.
We were stunned when she was able to sustain her good spirits — and very grateful!
The president signaled that the battles against al-Qaida and Islamic State militants remain top priorities for the nation’s military.
The United States will begin the process of reestablishing a diplomatic mission in Somalia after a more than 20-year break, he said.
The bill, in the works since last year, now goes to the Senate, where it seems likely to pass.
Nigerian soldiers are rescuing hundreds of kidnapped girls and women from the last forest stronghold of the Islamic insurgents.
The 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scroll has never before been publicly displayed in Israel, said Pnina Shor of the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Plus: Burundi high court rules; family squabble; child soldiers to be freed; and more.
Plus: Lynch visits Baltimore; Charlie Hebdo honored; arrest in cold case; and more.
Sen. Toomey backs Judge L. Felipe Restrepo for the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, but hasn’t acted to move a confirmation vote forward.
The Pittsburgh mayor acknowledges he erred in criticizing Democratic legislators.
Many hospitals are embracing new procedures, including placing babies with their mothers within minutes of birth, as “a culture change.”
The new research is examining both treatment and prevention, using the latest technology of imaging a person’s brain.
The measure requiring restaurants to post A-B-C letter grades on health inspections failed in a 12-1 vote of Allegheny County Council.
To an unusual degree, strategists for Huckabee are counting on his likability to break through the pack of competitors.
Two gunmen were killed after wounding a security guard at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.
Traffic will be detoured via the McKees Rocks Bridge and Route 65 during the closure, which is scheduled to start 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. Friday.
Bridge inspection will cause the restriction from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Peer-reviewed study finds health co-benefits would result from implementing the controversial federal Clean Power Plant Rule
Fifty-four years ago in Montgomery, Ala., police beat John Lewis and other Freedom Riders as they got off a bus.
The D.A.’s office seeks travel expense records for Elizabeth Forward Board president and Wilkinsburg business manager Phil Martell
But advocates are stressing the need for further progress.
University of Pittsburgh and MIT say zinc helps modulate neural signaling in the brain, adding a new tool to help understand brain diseases.
Excela Health and the Latrobe Rotary will hold a a Wellness Check diagnostic screening Saturday at the Latrobe Municipal Building.
The 48 Arlington bus was headed outbound toward the Smithfield Street Bridge when a car collided with the right side of it.
Google’s mobile search requests are outstripping requests in nine other countries as well.
Despite raising nine children, Mary Ellen Quinn of McCandless found time to be active in her church and peace movements.
Donald Kaelin helped to turn his family’s farming equipment business in Franklin Park into a retail farming and greenhouse operation.