“Nothing compares to this,” said one woman of the annual fireworks display over Point State Park in Pittsburgh.
Delta Foundation’s Pride events have been a success, but there are questions about how the nonprofit spends its nearly $1 million budget.
Jan Hus was burned at the stake 600 years ago, but his influence continued over the centuries.
State Police at Uniontown are searching for an unknown person who broke into a Fayette County barn late Saturday night and abused a pig.
The day is forecast to reach a high of 78 degrees and a low of 62 degrees with either mostly or partly cloudy skies throughout the day.
Young men and women are taking a keen interest in Sunday’s championship match between the U.S. and Japan for the Women’s World Cup.
With more showers forecast, the trend might continue; it’s advised for anyone feeling down because of the weather to stay active.
Former natural gas executive Jane Clements-Smith became executive director of hunger relief nonprofit Feeding Pennsylvania this week.
Maritza Mosquera presents “Aqui” with work from 13 Latino artists at Assemble in Bloomfield-Garfield for Cafe Con Leche.
In time for July 4, the Pennsylvania Game Commission proposed raising fines for killing bald eagles to $2,500 for a first offense.
Guy Beresteanu, 14, has been a fencer for eight years, but he will be a member of the U.S. Juniors male fencing team in Berlin this month.
Land-based activities, including musical performances and Saturday’s fireworks display, will go on as scheduled.
The only flags that NASCAR fans at the Motordrome Speedway in Smithton cared about Friday night were the American flags.
Officials are urging caution and common sense during what one group calls “the most dangerous holiday weekend of the year.”
Some Pittsburgh Family Dollar locations will be affected.
Both denominations took up the issue at their national gatherings this week.
Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, and the Republican majorities in the House and Senate brought starkly opposing ideas to the bargaining table.
Linda Walker said she got involved in the counterfeiting scam after she lost her job.
America’s largest inland regatta is back on Pittsburgh’s shores for its 38th year.
Ed Kress, R-Shaler, sponsored the motion to be considered by the nine-member Government Review Commission.
The Republican asked the group studying county government to consider several options, including eliminating the part-time council.
Ed Kress, R-Shaler, said such a seat would reflect the growing number of voters who identify as neither Republican nor Democrat.
The Commonwealth Court suit said the chain, with four homes in Western Pa., misled consumers by failing to provide basic services.
The case apparently stems from the arrests of adult prostitutes at Station Square in May.
The child's condition was not immediately known.
It was not clear whether the person died before or during the fire, State police from New Castle are handling the investigation.
Banks in Greece stayed closed Monday, announcing they would limit people to withdrawals of just 60 Euro -- $67.40 -- per day from ATMs.
Enrollment now is expected to fall by 1,697 students this fall, a bigger dip than the 862 forecast before student commitments were received.
A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for some areas until 6:30 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for the region until 8 p.
Advocates for Palestinians say the divest and sanction movement is a non-violent way to pressure Israel into ending human rights abuses.
About 350,000 ConnectCards have been issued for free since the authority launched the system in 2012.
Nearly 90 percent of children eligible for free or reduced-rate school lunches are not receiving summer meals under the federal program.
Work will occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. daily through July 10, but no restrictions will occur on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
AIU is bound by the state’s open-meeting law, although it rarely holds public discussions about its operations or spending.
The program will focus on 20 people with mental illness who have cycled in and out of the criminal justice and homeless services systems.
A check of more than 700 gas stations in the area found prices down 0.5 cents per gallon to an average of $2.97.
Squirrel Hill native Evan Wolfson has led the national fight for same-sex marriage for more than 30 years.
Confederate re-enactors offer a look at “living history” as they marched out under a controversial battle flag at Hartwood Acres.
Many same-sex couples watched as the Supreme Court did something they thought they would never live to see.
The region saw unusually cool weather Sunday, a day after the funnel cloud touched down in Cranberry Saturday.
A 22-year-old woman was accidentally shot at an apartment complex in Indiana County, state police said Sunday.
The late-afternoon tornado touched down on Chaparral Drive and traveled a mile toward North Boundary Road at 70 mph.
Religious leaders who oppose same-sex marriage lamented the Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Ohio was one of the states that did not recognize same-sex marriages until Friday’s Supreme Court ruling.
The 5-4 ruling ends a lengthy legal and political journey through courts and legislatures that began more than 30 years ago.
President Barack Obama called the decision “a big step in our march toward equality.”
The Rev. James Callozzo, 73, of Brookline faces a third-degree misdemeanor charge of sexual imposition.
Following two cyberattacks on Penn State's College of Liberal Arts, the university is resetting passwords on its college-issued accounts.
The ring sought about $2.2 million in fraudulent refunds but received only $1.4 million.
Racquel Sanchez, 35, who has homes in Tucson and in Florida, was convicted of conspiracy to distribute meth.