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The end is near after four years of work on Pittsburgh’s North Side and in Millvale, with most restrictions done by Thanksgiving.
The college scholarship initiative has secured a $1 million commitment from a family.
Representatives of Highmark and UPMC, and state regulators who brokered a deal between them, disagreed on many things Wednesday in court.
The board also OK’d the parameters of a new high school elective, and heard from residents about the proposed volunteer clearance policy.
Councilwoman Darlene Harris said Mayor Bill Peduto’s office promise to restore the $1.6 million used for an Uptown transit study next year.
The board accepted the resignation of James Budzilek who held the reins of the district for less than 50 weeks.
Virginia “Ginnie” Birmingham went to law school after many years as a stay-at-home mother because she “wanted to do more with her life.”
The first day for students will be Aug. 24, a week earlier than this year. The last day will be May 27.
Canada’s governmental security is questioned in wake of Wednesday’s shootings at the national war memorial and inside Parliament building.
Canadian police are investigating a man identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau as a possible suspect in the shootings Wednesday.
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Under the new rule, a licensed caterer must be present in order for the concession stand to open.
CDC to require arrivals from West African nations with Ebola to report temperatures and any other potential symptoms daily for three weeks.
It is the first step in a long-range plan to upgrade all buildings and athletic facilities.
As an Ebola survivor, Amie Subah believes that she is now immune.
The autopsy of a black teen’s body and grand jury testimony given by black witnesses reportedly back the white officer.
The U.S. government wasted $7.6 billion on an ill-conceived drug war in Afghanistan that was doomed to failure from the start.
U.S. officials are trying to determine how the girls made it to Europe without anyone knowing before being sent home.
New voter-identification and similar laws passed by Republican-led legislatures seen as helping the party win in the mid-terms.
Participants further cloaked an already mysterious case involving the purchase of hundreds of unmarked rifle silencers for the military.
Kurds in Iraq authorize their militia, the peshmerga, to deploy to help fellow Kurds in Syria fight the Islamic State militants.
North Korea says its leader, Kim Jong Un, personally ordered the release of American Jeffrey E. Fowle.
Plus: 2 Israeli soldiers wounded; Terror charge holds woman; Congolese surgeon honored; Protesters set fire; Christmas tower removed.
Plus: Slaying suspect clams up; WWII wrecks found off U.S.; "Breaking Bad" toys; investment scammer.
School news from around the North suburbs.
Director Saleem Ghubril will deliver the Promise’s annual report today and announce additional major gifts.
The attack came two days after a recent convert to Islam killed one soldier and injured another in a hit-and-run before being shot to death.
Tonight the northbound I-79 off-ramp to the turnpike, the northbound off-ramp to Route 228 and the turnpike ramp to northbound I-79 close.
The on-ramp from Route 19 to southbound Interstate 79 at the Cranberry (Exit 76) interchange will be closed from 7 tonight until 6 a.m.
It's the third year in a row the increase will be less than 2 percent.
Almost two dozen people for a “PR brainstorming session” held tonight at Woodland Hills School District’s administrative office.
The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the program will begin Monday.
The Florida-based airline will be flying to Lancaster, Franklin and Bradford from the airport.
Researchers discovered links between increased levels of chromium and styrene and children with the disorder.
Officials hope the witness can help determine exactly what happened when a bus rolled over on the Partkway North, injuring the driver.
"We're not expanding the footprint of the hospital but rearranging existing space," chief medical officer Steve Docimo said.
Jeffrey Fowle arrived in North Korea on April 29 and was arrested in May for leaving a Bible at the nightclub.
History might record him as a shuttle diplomat, who criticized Western sanctions against Russia.
U.S officials declined to give details on the release of American detainee Jeffrey Fowle.
International Baccalaureate seniors at Pittsburgh Obama 6-12 are going to get help paying for IB exam registration fees.
The grant is from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.
The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools honored Stanley Kubit and Medio "Mike" Mercolini as part of Operation Recognition.
Allegheny Health Network surgeon says CDC is ‘catching up.’
When it comes to ghosts, seeing is believing.
The developer plans to turn the building into 30 to 40 market-rate apartments.
Obama administration implements new screening process for travelers arriving to the U.S from West Africa.
Automakers struggle to stock parts necessary to replace faulty parts.
A Florida mother launches petition to get the retailer to pull TV-inspired drug lord characters.
Geraldine Zeltman, one of the first black secretaries hired at U.S. Steel and active in the Urban League, dies at 86.
The men claimed self-defense, but prosecutors argued they had shown “grave indifference” to the carnage their actions would cause.