Closing arguments will be heard on Monday in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court in the case of Lincoln Levys.
The boards of both organizations approved the merger, which takes effect Jan. 1.
Users of the ACES app also will be able to receive alerts and set up an “I’m OK” emergency notifier.
South Hills bus and light-rail riders can expect delays of up to 20 minutes beginning Monday because vehicles will be rerouted.
Judge Ward was charged with DUI after police stopped her for erratic driving on Route 28 in O'Hara.
Last year, fewer than 50 percent of Americans received an influenza vaccine, causing a higher rate of hospitalizations and deaths.
Beaten outside Heinz Field, a South Park man’s lawsuit alleges that police commonly use force and excessive charges.
St. Augustine Plaza residents raise thousands so Susan DeStasio’s daughter could visit her cancer-stricken mother.
A 9-ton restriction — in place since the bridge reopened this week — has been raised following the repair of key structural element.
The report found that between July 2013 and June 2014, 2,324 people who had been dead at least 60 days received $693,161 in benefits.
The negotiations have grown more acrimonious in recent weeks, with both sides accusing the other of not being serious about the talks.
PennDOT says crews have been working around the clock on "steel strengthening" and "are making very good progress."
Police, African-American residents try to find common ground at event in Penn Hills.
Michelle Obama did not mention Donald Trump by name, but her 20-minute speech lashed him repeatedly anyway.
Pennsylvania among expansion markets for service that aims to connect shoppers with stores like Whole Foods, Costco and PetSmart.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional major provisions of Act 13, the state’s 2012 oil and gas drilling law.
Neal Prence pleads to helping Nicholas Trombetta shield income from the IRS that was siphoned from Beaver County-based charter school.
After tearful, 5-minute search, Andrew Fox successfully proposes to his girlfriend.
Lincoln Levys is not present in the courtroom after he refused to cooperate with the court.
While the Wolf administration and legislators disagree over funding, the waiting list for services continues to grow.
Statewide data shows the prevalence of newborns facing opioid-related challenges is highest in two southwestern counties.
The August report showed job losses and higher unemployment primarily because people lost their jobs and were hunting for new employment.
The union representing about 400 coaches in the 14 state-operated universities says the two sides plan to meet again Monday.
With about six weeks to go until the election, U.S. Senate candidates Pat Toomey and Katie McGinty are deadlocked in the polls.
Here’s some helpful information for the first lady’s visit to the University of Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
Extent of injuries unknown as emergency crews sent to the scene at Universal and Unity Trestle roads.
A count of falsifying a report will stick in the case against Stephen Matakovich, who faces trial for allegedly using excessive force.
Police say Lamont Marquel Benton, 20, hid a stolen, loaded gun in bushes near Concord Elementary School in Carrick.
There is a 9-ton weight limit on vehicles crossing the span, meaning cars, pickup trucks and ambulances are allowed on the span.
Safety of facility being tested a month after a large chuck of concrete fell.
The jury will begin deliberations Tuesday in the charges against Frederick Harris, who is accused of killing his mother and her husband in
A jury found Derek Lee and Paul Durham guilty of second-degree murder in the 2014 slaying at Leonard Butler’s Lakewood Avenue home.
The deal will give Rice dominance in Greene County and assets in Texas, a first for the Canonsburg-based firm.
Fire trucks, school buses and tractor-trailers will not be able to cross the bridge for the next several weeks as the span is bolstered.
Two newspapers oppose PNC Bank’s bid to seal a coming filing in the court fight over Richard Mellon Scaife’s spending.
The public event will be held next Tuesday after the Ryder Cup. The family will have a private funeral sometime this week.
The court said the sentence of 30-60 years in prison for Anthian Goehring in Ta’Naiyah Thomas’s death was not excessive or unreasonable.
Early-’90s efforts to reverse the area’s worrisome trends set a vibrant market in motion, and the old guys wonder who all the newbies are.
Advocates say rent-to-own programs have ensnared many financially unsophisticated would-be homeowners.
The air flow unit was repaired Saturday, allowing for patients to be moved back into the impacted areas.
The Cranberry parish grew four-fold in the past decade.
The Morningside parish honors its roots while joining in the area’s revival.
Homestead parish pulls together after difficult merger in the 1990s.
Catholic parishes and schools are preparing for the biggest restructuring in a generation as it responds to declining numbers.
'Presumptive eligibility' algorithms let hospitals increase amount of charity care, but does it benefit patients?
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
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A chord vital to the bridge’s stability buckled in a fire Sept. 2, twisting a joint where several other beams come together.
The Hindmans and the Eatmans lost young men this week and decided to be open about their sons’ addictions.
Pennsylvania State Police charged Salvador Lucena-Rosa, 47, of Mount Bethel with drug possession.