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More than 150 students from 13 area high schools crowded the dance floor Wednesday morning.
As legislators gear up to hammer out next state budget, nonprofit officials gather to find out how their services may be impacted.
Washington state has declared a drought emergency as Nevada, parts of Oregon and other Western states also deal with a lack of water.
Plus: Return of lost phone says a lot about city; man gives big assist after a car accident.
Mr. Byers was one of the 20th century’s most powerful sports figures.
Radiologist Matthew Sevcik, 50, of Sewickley died five years after being diagnosed with early-onset fronto-temporal dementia.
Pomp met politics in the 62nd time the 89-year-old monarch has delivered the annual Queen’s Speech.
The Cornhusker State became the first conservative state since 1973 to abolish the death penalty.
As Iraqi forces gathered for an offensive to try to take back the sprawling Sunni heartland of Anbar, Islamic State militants struck first.
The Pentagon said there was no known suspected infection or risk to the public.
The death toll continues to rise as authorities struggle to recover from punishing rains that unleashed floods throughout the state.
There are 795 million hungry people in the world, down from 821 million from 2010-2012 and 216 million fewer than in 1990-92.
Plus: President praises security; Amnesty condemns Hamas; Allies increase pressure; and more.
Plus: Theater gunman’s writings; IS sympathizers threaten airlines; financial vulnerability; Clinton emails.
Darlene Harris opened a new front Wednesday in her feud with the Department of Permits, Licenses and Inspections.
The plan is the result of a yearlong community assessment that identified the county’s key health concerns.
The closure from Interstate 79 to Parkway Center will begin at 10 p.m. Saturday and end by 6 a.m. Monday.
Drew Zoldak, 40, is charged with intimidating one of his students, who is alleged to be the victim of sexual assault by another teacher.
Holiday weekend storms in Texas and Oklahoma killed 14 people, with at least 13 still missing.
As suicide rates of black children under 11 soar nationwide, city experts urge caregivers to ask children about suicide.
Courting voters who he said had been abandoned by both parties, he pledge to battle the allied abuses of big government and big business.
The strategy paper comes at a time of growing Chinese assertiveness in the South China Sea.
The cuts come from three centers Sunrise in Monroeville, Mon Valley in Jefferson Hills and Pathfinder in Bethel Park.
The board named George Brown, who has been serving as acting chief of school safety, as its chief of school safety.
The contracts are aimed at keeping Empowering Effective Teachers program and other initiatives going when grant money runs out.
Federal officials say the new Clean Water Rule extends regulations that had covered drinking water sources for only one in three Americans.
Penn Hills school board members and administrators are drawing sharp criticism for the sale of the former Penn Hebron elementary school.
A camper trailer provided all the highs and lows of a boy’s vacations.
The storms in Texas have passed, but Pittsburgh native Stan Starrett is left with the debris of the home he has lived in since 1998.
An attorney for UPMC said the hearing was about whether UPMC would be found in contempt for a violation of the consent decree.
Affected patients are being notified in writing that their records may have been released.
The U.S. government launched an attack on what it called deep-seated and brazen corruption in soccer’s global governing body.
F.N.B. Corp. said it would acquire two branches in Berks County, two branches in Lancaster County and one in Chester County.
Mr. Page’s love for music impacted everything he did in life, his wife said.
The raid on the organization that regulates soccer in North and Central America came hours after 7 officials were indicted.
The work will occur from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays through June 5.
A crash earlier this month in Philadelphia left eight people dead and about 200 injured.
Will former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, a Republican, announce today that he’s running for president again?
The mother and wife of journalist Jason Rezaian were not permitted in the courtroom, his brother, Ali Rezaian, said.
The thieves accessed a system called “Get Transcript,” where taxpayers can get tax returns and other filings from previous years.
Klara Balogova was 18, penniless and pregnant when she rode thousands of miles from Slovakia to England to marry a man she had never met.
Plus: PM weighs in on migration; activist denied entry; 96 killed in Nigeria; and more.
Plus: Lassa fever patient dies; justice to hear redistricting case; 2 die in Wal-Mart shooting; more to enter presidential race; and more.
Matt Smith was named president of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, a news release from the chamber said.
Bill O’Brien earned total compensation of $3,440,352 in his final year at Penn State.
Pittsburgh fitness experts provide training strategies to get ready for the MS 150 Keystone Ride in July.
University of Pittsburgh researchers say Bayer employees in the Group Lifestyle Balance program cut their risk of diabetes, heart disease.
The inbound side will close from Interstate 79 to Parkway Center from 10 p.m. today until 6 a.m. Wednesday.
Teacher-student sex scandals in Plum and elsewhere have prompted a review of the use of social media and texting by educators.
Work on I-79 will cause occasional lane closures starting at 6 p.m. today through Friday.