As legislators gear up to hammer out next state budget, nonprofit officials gather to find out how their services may be impacted.
Joe Graziano, a former corporate trust administrator, admitted earlier this year that he stole millions from the bank.
The indictment says the alleged conspirators took the tests run by Educational Testing Service and the College Board.
The grant will be targeted to disadvantaged communities to provide, in part, items such as food trucks with fresh fruits and vegetables.
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.
A drought watch is the least severe of the state's classifications and calls for a voluntary 5 percent reduction in non-essential water use.
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.
Matt Smith was named president of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, a news release from the chamber said.
The guidelines call for an annual service report that evaluates every route for efficiency, effectiveness and equity.
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.
The Lonely Robot from a Downtown art exhibit several years ago will soon have a new home at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Researchers took air samples in Carroll County, Ohio, where there are 480 permitted wells — the most in any of the state’s 88 counties.
Now retired, Barry A. Baldwin was known to his Drug Enforcement Administration colleagues as “The Wizard” for his expertise in wiretaps.
A man was killed and another injured when the vehicle they were riding in crashed in Armstrong County Sunday evening, state police said.
Parades, services and other commemorations mark the long holiday weekend.
The U.S. Senate passed the name change Thursday after the state’s senators worked together on a bill.
On Thursday, Timothy Leininger, 27, was pronounced dead at UPMC Mercy, and Monty Crawford, 23, died at the jail.
Temperatures in Pittsburgh were expected to descend into the mid-30s overnight before rebounding to a high of 70 on Saturday.
A new "Honors Escort" program will include draping an American flag on the gurney carrying a deceased veteran with escorts by its side.
The shooting occurred about 4 a.m. as troopers encountered the man inside the Save-A-Lot in Somerset.
The Learn and Earn Summer Youth Employment program hopes to employ 2,000 students this summer.
State Rep. Nick Kotik, D-Coraopolis, said he intends to introduce a bill that would allow the installation of slot machines.
Fort Pitt’s “Captured by Indians: Warfare & Assimilation on the 18th Century Frontier” exhibit opens Friday in Point State Park.
The PG won two best-of-show honors and 17 Golden Quills -- first-place finishes -- at the 51st annual awards banquet Thursday night.
The Daniel Tiger trolley replaces the Mister Rogers Neighborhood ride for a new generation of children more familiar with the new TV show.
The $397.8 million preliminary budget extends service for the 20 Kennedy, 44 Knoxville, 56 Lincoln Place and 91 Butler Street routes.
West Mifflin police said they charged the youths with various summary and misdemeanor charges.
Allegheny County Councilman Bob Macey resigned today from his part-time job in a state senator’s office.
The plane’s crew discovered it had a landing gear problem shortly after it took off from the airport, bound for Florida.
A full inbound closure is scheduled starting at 10 p.m. today from Interstate 79 to Parkway Center.
The jury heard closing arguments Wednesday morning.
Barbara Daly Danko, 61, of Regent Square, was running for a second term on the council when she died of a cancer-related illness May 6.
Ms. Wagner claimed a win against a candidate who was supported by her bitter rival, county Executive Rich Fitzgerald.
Allegheny County elections manager Mark Wolosik predicted a 25 percent turnout in today’s election.
Polls are open until 8 p.m. and heading the ballot are wide-open contests for three nominations for the state Supreme Court.
Televisions can no longer be put out with household trash, but recycling is made hard by the low number of places that will accept them.
Despite prosecutions and jail terms, the biker gangs still maintain a presence in this region and occasionally make very public appearances.
Work will occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. weeknights through June 5.
The correct numbers from Monday’s drawings can be found at the state lottery website here.
Flooding was reported in four Allegheny County towns tonight following quick, heavy rains, according to the National Weather Service.
Dr. Frederica Perera says obesity can be added to the problems caused by pre- and post-natal exposure to air pollution.
Katya Janpoladyan escaped political turmoil in Armenia by learning the cello, and the McCandless resident now performs and teaches here.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation’s free, self-guided tours of the Jail Museum; Frick Art& Historical Center tours; and more.
GasBuddy found the average price of a gallon of regular was up 0.6 cents to $2.88 last week, based on a survey of 731 gas stations.
Inbound traffic will be reduced to one lane at the same time. All restrictions will be removed by 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Political campaigns now buy your data, and send their messages directly to you via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube because it is efficient.
Participant-directed program is facing unusual attention in Harrisburg this year.
It looks like an ATM machine with a video monitor looming above it. And it might be the next big technology in lie detection.