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The deal brokered by Egypt put both sides back where they were at the end of fighting in 2012.
An Allstate insurance report shows Pittsburgh was 187th among the 200 largest U.S. cities for safe driving.
It made for an awkward summit Tuesday evening between the presidents of the two big nations.
President Barack Obama is nearing a decision to OK expanding airstrikes and airdrops to free up and aid a besieged northern Iraq town.
Officials say the club, hasn’t gotten the zoning variance and permit it needs to keep the four hives on its sixth- floor roof.
The city expects to have the lanes open for a national convention of bicycling and pedestrian advocates starting on Sept. 8.
Joe Grushecky’s voice is, and always has been, a voice to be reckoned with!
Department of Environmental Protection says tests found drinking water was contaminated by an impoundment near Stahlstown.
Eleven educators will meet with officials to discuss school funding.
The inspection will close the left lanes in both directions from 10 tonight until 5 a.m. Thursday.
City’s $50.4 million bond sale will finance infrastructure work, such as roads and bridges.
To many growing up in the coal mining communities around Bridgeville, Victoria Minella’s restaurant was their home away from home.
Preliminary research has found that fracking has potential health risks for babies born near wells.
The annual weeklong free-expression rave in the Nevada desert soggily shifted to the parking lot of a Reno Wal-Mart.
It was a damning account of “collective failures” by authorities to prevent victims as young as 11 from being beaten, raped and trafficked.
One Republican-appointed judge compared same-sex marriage ban to once-outlawed weddings between blacks and whites.
The agreement would be a sweeping accord to “name and shame” nations into cutting their planet-warming fossil-fuel emissions.
A new report documented “unacceptable and troubling lapses” in medical treatment.
Emergency storm drainage work is needed.
The work will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Douglas McCain moved back and forth from Minneapolis to San Diego and then abroad, where records of his movements ran cold.
The opposition leader’s death has highlighted tensions in Botswana.
The closure will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the next three days.
The right turn into the Corliss Tunnel will be blocked starting at 7 a.m.
A security guard who helped end the stabbing spree at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville in April was fired without cause.
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Clean syringes are still hard to obtain from Pennsylvania pharmacies, despite state rules allowing them to be sold without prescription.
One lane of traffic will be maintained both directions starting at 8 p.m. between the Bridgeville exit and the Campbells Run Road overpass.
The University of Pittsburgh will join the “major hub for brain research across the globe” on brain circuitry, function, diseases and
Grove City College’s campus was locked down for about three hours this morning and a convocation was postponed after a nearby armed robbery.
Some people have dream jobs, some have dream vacations. You would be lucky to have both, but dreams are all about interpretation.
Thomas Healy has formed a company to develop a helmet to reduce head injuries.
The district met the requirements for the courses, that will be offered in the revamped curriculum for the merged middle and high school.
The United Arab Emirates and Egypt have carried out a series of airstrikes in the Libyan capital Tripoli, U.S. officials said Monday.
The mourners filled an enormous church to remember Michael Brown — recalling him as a “gentle giant.”
A senior federal nuclear expert is urging regulators to shut down California’s last operating nuclear plant.
State universities are backing President Obama’s proposed scorecard for colleges in the hope that it will steer more federal aid to them.
Health-related events for the coming week in the Pittsburgh region.
Penn State president Eric Barron is not saying if he supports one of the restructuring plans under consideration.
Crews will seal cracks and joints through Sept. 13.
Crews will work from 49th to 62nd streets from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily through Sept. 6.
The $7.7 million project will resurface nearly 3.5 miles of the highway between Route 910-Wexford and the Butler County line.
In 2011, Penn State hired Mr. Freeh to examine the handling of child sex abuse complaints involving football coach Jerry Sandusky.
The Syrian government warned the United States against launching unilateral attacks against Islamic State extremist group on its territory.
Alexander Gavula was one of the technical people upon whom broadcasts depend.
He founded a magazine and organizations to combat hunger and illiteracy.
The for-profit college that John Sperling founded to serve working adults made him a billionaire.
Wineries and hospitality businesses rushed to clean up rubble and broken glass ahead of the expected influx of tourists.
The base reopened and normal operations resumed within an hour of the morning shooting, Maj. Gen. Stephen R. Lyons said.