He was a great bartender at Alex Tambellini’s Restaurant, Downtown, for 47 years
Ronald Locy, who will be sentenced in May, admitted in federal court to creating two ghost employee positions, including one for his wife.
Pittsburgh and Penn State have been named a national testing site for self-riving vehicle technology by federal transportation officials.
Prosecutors made their pitch in U.S. District Court during the first day of a two-day sentencing hearing for Abby Lee Miller.
Under a new policy, Steelers season ticket holders who win a lottery for Super Bowl tickets can only pick up the tickets in Houston.
New flights, ultra low-care carriers are fueling the growth, airport authority CEO says.
The HOV lanes on the Parkway North/Interstate 279 remain closed today due to an equipment problem, according to PennDOT.
Owner Chris Dilla, who closed Beaver County location in July, tells customers she wasn’t able to renew her lease.
The pilot of the plane received his certification to fly that type of aircraft just 21 days before the fatal crash, according to the report.
Police in Washington, Pa., had been interested in speaking with Ricky Gray and Dandridge in connection with the 2005 death of his wife.
A local arts group has chosen Inauguration Day to launch a project inviting the public to create artwork inspired by the new president.
Richard Wright has a detention hearing scheduled after being charged with being involved with a Florida-to-Pittsburgh cocaine connection.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf waged Primanti’s and Prantl’s, while Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker bet chowder and Boston cream pie.
Enrique Soto, 25, receives 38 to 76 months in prison for abuse of his son, which included repeated cigarette burns.
The Ohio company continues to shed unregulated power generation assets to mitigate the volatility of power markets.
The 2010 explosion at the West Virginia’s Upper Big Branch mine killed 29 men.
It’s the first time that temperatures have blown past the previous record three years in a row. Pittsburgh saw its second-warmest year.
The communities that sent Donald Trump to the White House are struggling, and they will be watching his administration closely.
Police say the pair are suspected of supplying up to 35,00 doses of heroin in the Washington County area in less than a year.
The move is a formality because the man convicted of killing three Pittsburgh police officers still has several levels of appeals remaining.
Port Authority is hearing more concerns about riders always entering the front door than it is about the new fare policy that began Jan. 1.
Essentially, the bank bought the mall from itself so it could then either rehabilitate or sell the property on its own terms.
Cambria County authorities want the driver prosecuted, but the ACLU says — right or wrong — the message is legal.
A part-time Whitaker police officer sued the district attorney’s office and one of its detectives, claiming they violated his rights.
The office said Hannah Milbert died as a result of burns and inhalation injuries.
The numbers drawn Tuesday night — 03-04-12-15-39 — mean each ticket-holder wins $666,667, less applicable tax.
A grand jury said Dwight Allen, 55, was on board a flight from Pittsburgh when he assaulted and intimidated a flight attendant.
University officials plan new initiative aimed at studying issues surrounding gun violence.
Although the flu season is just starting, the number of Allegheny County confirmed cases is 1,505; this time last year there were 54 cases.
Combined gross revenue from table games and slot machines hit $3.21 billion last year — the most ever — the Gaming Control Board announced.
Robert Rydze said that his brother, former Steelers doctor Richard Rydze, asked him to lie about receiving thousands of Vicodin pills.
Pastors of mixed flocks are striving to balance appeals to unity with uncompromising calls for justice.
The Post-Gazette identifies 25 Trump Transition Team members with ties to the Scaife Foundation and the groups it funds.
Global oil prices are cooling off as investors wait and see how an international deal to cut production plays out.
Robert Rubinstein is likely to lead the agency, which has come under criticism for waiting nearly five years to make a permanent choice.
That’s the conclusion of a 104-page assessment of the freight industry released last month by the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission.
Wilkinsburg will be among communities nationwide to honor a legacy of peace and justice
Michigan billionaire Betsy DeVos, the nominee for education secretary, has spent millions to support charters and school choice.
Kalvin Stewart, 38, is charged with killing India Stewart, then trying to destroy evidence by torching his Jeep.
Father Michael Scanlan led the turnaround of a struggling college into today’s Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Dozens of members of Donald Trump’s team have ties to the late conservative Richard Mellon Scaife’s philanthropy.
Meet the people from Pittsburgh attending the Women’s March on Washington this Saturday.
Richard Mellon Scaife’s death resulted in a six-fold increase in the Allegheny Foundation’s assets and giving power.
At the helm of a conservative power center with many ties to Trump is a shy man with Braddock roots.
The victim was the operator and lone occupant of the vehicle.
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Sworn in Friday, the 16-member LGBTQIA+ Advisory Council will provide quarterly updates to Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto.
The robotics research center marks the latest installment in the president plan to boost U.S. manufacturing, jobs.
Prosecutors said the scheme originated in Thailand and was investigated in Pittsburgh after undercover buys here.
The Department of Defense is announcing today that a new $250 million robotics research facility will be based in Pittsburgh.