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Severity of the upcoming influenza season could hinge on our old acquaintance H1N1.
As school districts face declining enrollments and increasing financial pressures, the era of neighborhood elementary schools is fading.
In Allegheny County, there is a need for more people to fill the role of foster parents to teenagers.
Neil Newton came to Pittsburgh in January 2013 after living in Britain for three years.
All City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, state and federal offices and courts are closed today for the Labor Day holiday.
A look at the upcoming events for the week ahead.
Most school districts face the challenge of declining enrollment. There are no easy solutions as school boards look for cuts.
State legislators are looking to change the program to help towns in financial distress, mainly by setting time limits for the designation.
Drivers who have not prepaid will not even be allowed to enter the North Shore after 2 p.m.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh’s bishop urges Catholics to pray against satanic powers in response to a planned black mass in Oklahoma.
The Steel City leans, if even just a bit, further left than the Mile High City. Yes, you read that right, er, correctly.
There’s no shortage of unique markets throughout Pittsburgh to help you throw the perfect picnic.
Pittsburgh and Allegheny County municipalities must approve federal floodplain maps or risk losing federal flood insurance
But firearms safety experts say there’s no reason children cannot be taught how to safely handle a firearm.
Frances Yeend and her husband, James Benner, antiques and art collection is up for auction this weekend in Fairmont, W. Va.
There’s something special about Western Pennsylvania high school football.
Allegheny County’s 2012 budget, with a 1-mill increase, was the only time the county tax has been raised in 14 years.
Heading into the last holiday weekend of summer, the temperature in Pittsburgh has yet to reach 90 degrees. Will that change?
From exploring the numerous trails in the city to the Labor Day Parade and Kennywood, enjoy all Pittsburgh has to offer during the long
The northbound on-ramp at Carnegie and the northbound off-ramp to the inbound Parkway West will close at 9 p.m. and reopen by 5 a.m. Friday.
An Allstate insurance report shows Pittsburgh was 187th among the 200 largest U.S. cities for safe driving.
Joe Grushecky’s voice is, and always has been, a voice to be reckoned with!
The study included 452 Allegheny County children (238 girls and 214 boys) who were either 8 or 10 years old, along with their families.
Prosecutors had contended the crimes were motivated by religious disputes between Samuel Mullet Sr. and other Amish religious leaders.
After her sons died, Mary Shea Pitcher faced two options: “I wanted to lie on their graves and die, or I could get involved with something.
Pittsburgh is the “most livable city” in continental U.S., according to a study from the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald wants to replace county police who patrol the parks with park rangers.
Thomas Healy has formed a company to develop a helmet to reduce head injuries.
County Executive wants to put rangers in county parks to free up county police who patrol in the parks.
The number of jobs, which are not seasonally adjusted, in the seven-county region fell by 8,300.
Sean Chase repeatedly claimed to be a foreman qualified to perform mine safety examinations but holds no such certification.
Two men from Belle Vernon, a Charleroi woman and a New York City resident were indicted today for possessing and passing counterfeit money,
Edward Myers, 37, pleaded no contest last month to aggravated assault, and 15 other related charges were dismissed as part of a plea
Major improvements will occur from the Fort Pitt Tunnels to Interstate 79.
Pittsburgh has been an ideal place to advance his research in the field of haptics, Ali Israr says.
The Congressional Gold Medal will be displayed for the first time during Sept. 11 events at the Flight 93 National Memorial.
A listing of upcoming events for the week ahead.
The witnesses in serious felony cases have two options in Allegheny County for relocation.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Westmoreland and Fayette counties starting at 5 p.m. today.
Passengers on a Delta flight Thursday waited 4 hours to take off from NYC, landed at 2:30 a.m. in Pittsburgh, and waited an hour on ground.
After a rocky couple of years, Shuman Juvenile Detention Center is making improvements and has a new permanent director.
Judge Arthur J. Schwab rules that UPMC should comply with broad National Labor Relations Board subpoenas, but allows time for an appeal.
A study found that women who ate instant noodles at least twice weekly had a 68 percent increase in cardiometabolic syndrome.
State police said Thomas C. Whipkey of Perry Township died in a crash that occurred after severe weather washed out a roadway.
The work will occur from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A crossover for southbound traffic will be eliminated, with delays and traffic stoppages possible.
Major delays are likely and PennDOT urges drivers to find alternate routes.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald wants to free 45 officers for investigative work rather than patrols in North and South parks.
The University of Pittsburgh and Richard Mellon recruited Albert B. Ferguson Jr. to found the orthopaedic surgery department.
In May, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald announced the service for Verizon. T-Mobile and Sprint have since added the service.