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Controversy continues, but experts say science is clear: antibiotic treatments quickly eliminate Lyme disease, even if symptoms persist.
Two Nepalese workers at Kobold Expedition Tools, a watch company based in Lawrence County, have not yet been located.
International aid has begun arriving in the Himalayan nation three days after Saturday’s 7.9-magnitude quake, but disbursement is slow.
Crews will repair the deck of a bridge that carries the boulevard over Brady Street and the Birmingham Bridge ramp.
In the section between Carnahan Road and McKinney Lane, traffic will be down to one lane in both directions.
It was one of the most volatile outbreaks of violence prompted by a police-involved death since the protests in Ferguson, Mo.
The regular legislative meeting of the school board is scheduled for 7 tonight at Oblock Junior High School.
The violence that shook the city broke out after the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, the nation’s latest symbol of police brutality.
Mariah Aquino-Truss, 9, of Patterson Heights, Beaver County, is a finalist for outstanding volunteer in the 2014 Jefferson Awards.
A standing-room-only crowd attended Monday night’s school board meeting in Linton Middle School.
She made history Monday as she became the nation’s first female African-American attorney general.
After rapid changes that have made same-sex marriage legal in all but 14 states, today is a potential watershed moment.
District Attorney George Brauchler declared Monday that two psychiatric exams found Colorado theater gunman James Holmes to be sane.
The former guidelines were geared specifically toward the defense of Japan, but the new rules eliminate any geographic restrictions.
The statement is in contrast to the police report, which said 13 civilians were killed during fighting with members of a Christian group.
It’s the first change since the government urged cities to add fluoride to water supplies to prevent tooth decay more than 50 years ago.
Heat waves and heavy storms are occurring four times more often than they did before carbon pollution started driving up thermometers.
Plus: Marathon bombing; More poultry tainted; Keys in stolen cars
Plus: Gaza conflict report; Pope to address climate; Afghanistan fighting
A video distribution company has turned the lights back on in one of Spring Hill’s few commercial properties.
PWSA to install new water circulating system in North Side’s Lake Elizabeth to save tons of water and money.
Health events scheduled in the area for the coming week.
Aid workers and officials in remote, shattered villages near the epicenter pleaded Monday for food, shelter and medicine.
Attorney Maurice “Tito” Braunstein devoted his time and talent to the stage and music, including starting the Jewish Theatre of Pittsburgh.
The parkway will be closed at 10 p.m. nightly from Green Tree-Crafton to Interstate 79.
Lane closures are possible in both directions starting at 8 p.m. daily between the Veterans Bridge on-ramp and the 31st Street Bridge
The students said they were taking a stand against the school trying to, as they said, prohibit them from expressing their views.
The average price for a gallon regular in the Pittsburgh area went up 9.9 cents in the past week to $2.73, according to one tracking site.
The attorney general lied "to divert her attention from her actual role as the principal“ of a leak to the media, the grand jury said.
The governor declared a state of emergency and called in the National Guard to restore order.
The government and aid groups say that many communities perched on mountainsides are devastated or struggling to cope.
Won by the Conservatives in the last election, Thurrock is one of the most hotly contested parliamentary seats this time around.
Judges who sit on this trial-level court can be assigned to four different divisions, including criminal, civil, family and orphan’s.
Previously, anyone applying for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program was subject to an “assets” test.
The governor said UPMC’s cancellation of its Medicare Advantage plan with Highmark had been “the final straw.”
Mourners filed for hours Sunday past the coffin of Freddie Gray, somberly paying respects after a night of violent protests.
After serving 16 years on the Pittsburgh Public Schools board, North Sider Mark Brentley Sr. isn’t seeking re-election.
The Santa Ana, Calif.-based company had been subject to multiple federal and state probes.
The report is billed as the first modern-day comprehensive performance audit evaluating the effectiveness of the State System.
International aid agencies and governments mobilized Sunday to respond to the devastating temblor, which has killed more than 2,500 people.
The move to take GMOs out of its products is a first for a major restaurant chain.
American Academy of Pediatrics reinforces its guidelines, which urges schools to not exclude students from class.
Plus: Bush campaign trail; Colorado shooting trial; Safety flaws found
Plus: Pleas for mercy; Syrian jets kill at least 34; Airstrikes in Yemen
Mary Pattillo of Northwestern University notes a sharp change in housing segregation patterns over the past 70 years.
Pollution emissions from flares at refineries and chemical plants are higher than previously thought, according to a new federal formula.
France nominated an openly gay man, Laurent Stefanini, in January, but so far the Vatican hasn’t accepted the appointment.
A senior Israeli official said the nation is ending a 20-year absence at the conference in hope of fostering dialogue with Arab states.
His statements came after an attack on an al-Qaida compound in Pakistan killed two hostages.
Acting chief executive Maura Pally defended the foundation’s work and reaffirmed its commitment to transparency.