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Both argue over taxes and school funding during the one-hour “Breakfast with the Candidates” event.
PennDOT will close the northbound Interstate 79 off-ramp to Warrendale Bayne Road at Exit 75 tonight for paving.
The inbound closures, to allow installation of electrical equipment, will begin at 8 p.m. today and Thursday.
The project will create LearnSphere, which will store data to study how people learn and educators will be able to better design courses.
“I got a lot of letters saying why are you doing this to our kids. This is never going to happen here. But it did,” one official said.
Carnegie Mellon University receives a $5 million BrainHub grant while the University of Pittsburgh studies traumatic brain injury.
School district officials say authority has “improperly amassed millions of school district dollars.”
Pennsylvania Game Commission executive order temporarily halts hunting and trapping in seven townships in Monroe and Pike counties.
The man, whose name wasn’t released, is the first case of the deadly viral infection to be diagnosed outside of Africa.
The son of an Italian immigrant family, Francis J. Rifugiato knew the value of an education.
Mumia Abu-Jamal is serving a life term for the 1981 killing of Philadelphia police Officer Daniel Faulkner.
Three months after taking to the skies, PEOPLExpress has been grounded with both of its planes out of commission.
Man originally sentenced to life without parole will now be eligible for parole after 34 years.
The commission said Andrew Calvin Zimmer, 50, of Emporium, Cameron County, saved a disabled woman from burning in a house fire there in
Monte Rabner wrote that two agencies are “looking into whether to charge [Pittsburgh officer David] Derbish criminally.”
He led the hit squad that was sent to avenge the murders of 11 Israeli athletes by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Olympic Games.
Never underestimate the power of pizza.
First case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States is found in Dallas in man who flew in from Liberia.
Iraq’s Kurdish peshmerga forces retake control of the Syria border crossing at Rabia from Islamic State militants.
Hong Kong chief executive refuses to meet pro-democracy protesters as ceremony marking China’s National Day begins.
Secret Service director admits failures during intense House questioning.
New Afghanistan government signs bilateral security agreement with the United States.
An Oklahoma man was charged Tuesday with first-degree murder in the beheading of a co-worker.
Luck and instinct determined fates of hikers caught in Japan’s volcanic eruption.
California enacts 1st U.S. statewide ban on single-use plastic bags at supermarkets, groceries, convenience stores and pharmacies.
Mumia Abu-Jamal, serving a life term for the killing of a Philadelphia police officer, is set to address 20 graduates at Goddard College.
Plus: Ebola outbreaks under control; European Union targets Apple model; Ukraine truce pressured
Plus: Teacher faces charges; U.S. oil heads to S. Korea; Firing for pot in court; Calif. over fire budget; Disabled vet memorial to open.
The Pitt School of Dental Medicine lands an $11.8 million NIH grant to continue research on the genetics of cleft lips and palates.
Alternating one-way traffic will be in effect from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days on Beaver Grade Road.
Hamid Karzai, the outgoing president, had refused to approve the deal, which is intended to help Afghan security forces combat the Taliban.
“The Family Next Door” is a new documentary that highlights the challenges and triumphs of an Upper St. Clair family dealing with autism.
Children’s health insurance gave immigrants the confidence to start businesses and succeed, Harvard researcher says.
PennDOT has been using lane closures during the $72.8 million reconstruction project, but it said there have been too many close calls.
State police urged the suspect, Eric Frein, to surrender: “You are clearly stressed. You are making significant mistakes.”
The governor said the 250 projects underway by the end of 2014 would not have been possible without the transportation bill of last year.
The section between Monroeville and Stroeschein roads has been closed since May because of a landslide.
Orie Melvin was convicted in 2013 for using her staff and the staff of her sister, ex-state Sen. Jane Orie, to run her election campaigns.
Elementary schools in Pine-Richland and West Allegheny are among the 337 schools honored.
Dennis Miller and Jeffrey Suzenski will have charges against them dropped, if they successfully complete a two-year diversion program, a
The search areas through the dense woods appear to have shifted daily as the manhunt wears on.
The panel convened by Mayor Bill Peduto is submitting ideas to the state in an effort to get part of $250 million in federal funds.
Nick Trombetta is charged with siphoning $1 million from the Midland-based school through a collection of corporate entities he controlled.
The federal Transportation Security Administration says its officers found the .40-caliber semi-automatic handgun in a carry-on Monday.
Lawmakers will question the Secret Service director following revelations a White House intruder got further inside than previously thought.
From counting calories to monitoring blood pressure, your medical history can be as close as your cell phone.
The Affordable Care Act and the Highmark-UPMC breakup mean the normal open-enrollment period dynamics have been turned on their heads.
The weeklong program encourages students at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and Carlow University to pay attention.
Maryland Transportation Authority Police said Michael Phelps was going 84 mph in a 45-mph zone.
Robert L. Kasperik followed his father into the family pharmacy business in Derry, but he also made his own mark as a civic leader.