Designation of Fallingwater and nine other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings on World Heritage List is put on hold by U.N. committee.
Non-profit Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh sends its crews and volunteers to repair old housing stock for homeowners in need.
James Bongiorni, 68, of Burgettstown was held for court on a single count of homicide today by District Judge Traci L. McDonald in Cecil.
Police said Joshua Wesley McKelvey, 18, of East McKeesport was a volunteer firefighter with United Fire/Rescue 135.
All outbound/eastbound traffic will continue to exit via the 10th Street Bridge detour.
The North Shore-based publisher of the Tribune-Review said it expects about 100 of 400 employees who are eligible to take the buyout offer.
Patients infected by an employee who stole fentanyl are suing UPMC and a staffing agency for failing to report the thefts.
Former governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld are on the Libertarian ticket, and said the dislike of major-party candidates gives them a shot.
The local scholars are among approximately 7,300 selected nationwide.
The group, which gathered at Wood Street and Liberty Avenue, blocked traffic during the nearly hour-long event.
No money was taken, as police continue to search for the suspect.
Mayank Mishra is accused of selling drug paraphernalia to heroin dealers with his father from homes in Shaler, Indiana Township.
Inbound traffic will be detoured at the south portal of the Liberty Tunnel.
Leaders hope to forge a stronger relationship between the two sides but understand the underlying problems that keep them apart.
Crews needed to make emergency repairs inside the tunnel.
Laurel Schlemmer, 42, has stopped taking medications for her mental illnesses and is not competent to stand trial.
Strauss’ neglected comedy will receive its Pennsylvania premiere this weekend, courtesy of Opera Theater of Pittsburgh.
Bill Cardille was co-creator and host of "Chiller Theatre," a popular late-night show for horror flicks, and host of “Studio Wrestling.”
Weather forecasters predict a four-day stretch of 90-degree days with a break Monday, when clouds and thunderstorms are expected to move in.
Police believe the elderly couple had “an unfortunate tragedy” after the man fell. His sister may have been trying to help him.
Pittsburgh police said that charges against Kamau Thomas, 19, who is currently charged with attempted homicide, will be upgraded.
Sixty-six residents — 40 children and 26 adults — were displaced by the blaze in the Hilltop/Parkview Manor complex.
Residents there and in other counties may be eligible for low-interest disaster loans.
Nicole Granito will replace Michael J. Conti, who resigned this week from the Beaver-County based Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.
The man, who suffered a head injury, was taxiing his aircraft when the incident happened at Joe Hardy Airport in Connellsville.
Visitors age 13 and older will now pay $15 instead of $12.50, according to a plan approved by the National Park Service.
No reports of illness have been reported, but the company recalls 372,000 pounds of food over fears of recurring issues.
Federal regulators are ordering Spectra Energy to perform more tests and repairs along segments of its Texas Eastern pipeline.
Calculations indicate that there is a 99 percent probability that 2016 will be hotter than 2015, the current record holder.
No one was injured in the crash, which was reported at 8:07 a.m. on West Liberty at the South Busway entrance ramp.
A Blair County judge ruled the trial won’t occur until next year after attorneys said they needed time to review “voluminous” evidence.
Trenton Knight was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter for killing Darius Williams at a Jefferson Hills home last year.
Police continue to investigate where Laura Hoover, who died in May on the day she was to graduate from high school, got the drugs.
An 8-year-old boy died this morning in an ATV accident on a private track behind his Penn Hills home, police said.
The physician general said overemphasis on pain reduction, powerful opioids and cheap heroin have “exploded into the overdose crisis.”
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission’s chairman says the agency isn’t in financial trouble, but it needs to take steps to stay that way.
State police are investigating after an elderly man and woman were found dead this afternoon in a Fayette County home.
Deanna Vicities is one of the more than 4,500 delegates to next week’s DNC in Philadelphia.
The singer will be reinterpreting her songs and along with those of her influences.
The online fundraising event for nonprofits, suspended in May because of software glitches, will be managed by a different technology firm.
The Fort Duquesne Bridge on-ramp from the North Shore to the bridge (southbound I-279) is closed until July 21.
The new state budget includes $15 million for the centers, plus $5 million from federal Medicaid funding.
Allegheny County Health Department is gathering more information before Board of Health decides to expand lead screening of children.
While RIDC turns its focus on the Mill Building, the foundations that own the land seek an investor for the 178-acre site.
Results show an association between the two, but as one health adviser points out, not a “cause and effect.”
The 18-mile pipeline construction project is fined $1.5 million for landslide, waste water discharges that impacted streams and wetlands.
Vincent Vicites provides conflicting accounts of how he was shot by his wife, who says it was in self-defense, then a suicide attempt.
Police said they charged the 78-year-old driver of the automobile for following too closely.
Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust is under agreement to sell Washington Crown Center mall and will seek a buyer for Beaver Valley
Jury finds John Williams, 22, guilty of killing Jamie Romesburg and Kenneth Beckel during a drug deal.