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Pittsburgh is a low-cost market when it comes to knee and hip replacements, according to a new Blue Cross Blue Shield survey.
The bill is opposed by Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald.
The cost of the program proposed by Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak would be negligible, a Pittsburgh personnel official said.
The Greenfield Bridge will close late this year for repairs.
Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf recalled 28 nominations, which he characterized as having been made at the “eleventh hour.”
The love of my life had moved away. While letters with a California postmark in my mailbox made my heart beat a little faster, I missed him.
Political analysts say attacking Israel’s prime minister for deteriorating relations with Washington, could be a winning message.
The jury members rejected claims that they were too drunk to know what they were doing, and that the college culture should be blamed.
The global efforts gained greater urgency with the release of an apparent ultimatum from the Islamic State group.
President Barack Obama says the incident shows that the U.S. must take steps to ensure that commercial and consumer drones are used safely.
The 10 lawmakers said they would wait until after a March deadline for finishing the outlines of a deal to curb Tehran’s nuclear program.
Federal officials’ nationwide health care coverage enrollment targets for 2015 are expected to be surpassed.
William K. Foster Sr. worked helping minority communities through banking and agencies such as the Urban League of Pittsburgh.
He was one of the most recognizable Marlboro Men who roamed the western United States in ads for the cigarette brand.
Steve Katz loved sports and was a devoted coach and mentor to all.
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A $1.1 million deficit has caused the Allegheny Intermediate Unit to turn therapists into independent contractors, some of whom may quit.
His administration’s politically fraught plan also imposed new restrictions on environmentally fragile waters off northern Alaska.
Last year, Children’s Hospital saw 100 patients who had kidney stones, said Michael Moritz, clinical director of pediatric nephrology.
Tight control isn’t for everyone, and “treatment should be individualized,” according to one Pittsburgh-area doctor.
Today's gathering in Poland marks perhaps the last major anniversary survivors of the Nazi German camp will be able to attend in numbers.
Gov. Tom Wolf, who supported medical marijuana during his campaign, met today with families advocating for its legalization.
While the storm failed to live up to predictions in some areas, eastern Long Island north through Maine were expected to fare the worst.
Senate Bill 4 advanced 14-12 and could receive a full floor vote soon.
Nolan Burch, a freshman, died in November after an initiation event at the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Elementary principals Tanya Smith, of Turner Elementary, and Rosalind Fisher, of Kelly Elementary, will receive the one-time bonuses.
Two deaths have been linked to powdered caffeine, with one teaspoon having the equivalent of about 25 cups of coffee.
Burrell Brown, on the Cal U faculty since 1989, was found dead late Sunday.
The San Francisco-based company said it plans to offer its service starting at 6 p.m. Friday
The proposed amendment would give the Legislature sole discretion in defining which organizations are charities deserving tax exemptions.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York and Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey lifted the orders in separate announcements.
Health-related events scheduled for the coming week.
Parts of Long Island and New England are getting slammed. But many parts of New Jersey received less than 4 inches.
Everyone agrees that Elizabeth “Betsy” Kealey did great things with her life, but to her, it was no big deal.
Perry’s Honeydripper gives Homewood an uncommon amenity: a hot-food take-out with groceries and produce.
No snow is expected today. The National Weather Service has forecast a high of 22 and a low of 7 tonight.
The outage at Facebook appeared to spill over and temporarily slow or block traffic to other major Internet sites.
The nation is fast running out of money and in need of an infusion from its creditors to avoid a run on its banks before the end of next
The budget deficit is projected to reach its lowest level of the Obama presidency, but the improving deficit numbers are temporary.
The outcome would be a major victory for the Kurds in a town that became the primary focus of the U.S. aerial campaign.
The case revolved around a CIA operation in which a former Russian scientist provided Iran with flawed nuclear component schematics.
Standard & Poor’s rating agency downgraded Russia’s credit rating to junk, causing the ruble to tumble further.
It would tie Medicare fees more closely to the quality of care rather than the quantity.
As the world moves closer to a post-survivor era, some Jewish leaders fear that people are already starting to forget the Holocaust.
A worker said the hotel had Italian, British and Turkish guests, but the hotel was largely empty at the time of the attack.
About 30 percent of the 85 sibling pairs in a study reported on Monday shared the same mutation, and about 70 percent did not.
The ride-hailing company has pulled the pink furry mustache and replaced it with a 5-inch-long pink "glowstache" on the dashboard.
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