Medication increasingly being used by opioid addicts, but Pittsburgh area has yet to see rise in cases.
A preliminary analysis showed corrosion on some pipeline joints, but experts warn that a definitive cause is still months away.
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development is planning to meet with employers and educators to find solutions in “war” for workers.
Police say Brian Anthony Ray II violated his probation and committed other crimes trying to elude police.
Environmental and community groups want the EPA to follow through on mandate to review, revise rules and policies.
Eric Taylor, 17, of Duquesne is accused of shooting a pregnant 15-year-old girl, who lost the unborn child.
Rice Energy Inc. reported a first quarter loss of 21 million.
Colin James Kenney, 23, is accused of driving drunk and crashing head-on into another car, killing a Baldwin man.
The list includes 28 names that appeared in a March 1 grand jury report on decades of abuse in the diocese.
More than a dozen people, who live in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties, have been charged with various drug crimes.
The board votes to have the department’s attorney draft regulation for consideration at the next board meeting.
The tunnel will be closed around the clock through until 6 a.m. Monday morning.
Mood “somber” at Uniontown and Albert Gallatin high schools after hearing news of car accident that killed two teens, injured another.
Non-fiction writers read aloud and recount their struggles with mental illness in an effort to shatter the stigma surrounding disorders.
ACLU says the Armstrong County district attorney is falsely advising officers to file charges for violating the state Wiretap Act.
City planners back historic status for Albright United Methodist Church, but church owner says it alone has power to seek that designation.
The Pittsburgh Foundation suspended the Day of Giving program Tuesday afternoon, saying it planned to reschedule the event at a later date.
Lead investigator describes arduous processing of scene, which the defense contends was done sloppily in Feb. 2014 double homicide.
Deborah Linhart, former official at Allegheny Health Network, will join the Uptown shelter as it merges with Pittsburgh Mercy Health System.
Alcosan cleared rocks and bricks from an overflow gate near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center that caused water to shoot in the air.
Prosecutors said security at a Wilkinsburg district judge’s office would not suffice. It wants to change the venue to Downtown Pittsburgh.
The powerful pain reliever, often mixed with heroin, is now among the top three deadly drugs in the county.
The agency charged with monitoring Pittsburgh’s budgeting didn’t reconcile its own accounts or double-sign checks.
Memorial service held for officers that died in 2015 in the line of duty.
An annual report about Pittsburgh’s finances released this morning noted some positive trends.
Pennsylvania has now confirmed 17 Zika cases statewide over the last four months. Results of Zika blood tests are pending for 123 people.
Allen Wade is accused of killing Susan and Sarah Wolfe in their Chislett Street home on Feb. 6, 2014.
The drug maker estimates it will cost about $338,000 to cover Rodney Piatt’s expenses related to a federal investigation of land deals.
Montgomery County DA’s office called the filing ”yet another chapter in her wearied feud” with former state investigators.
Matthew Robert Sible accused in the sexual exploitation of children, some under the age of 12.
Grocery chain recalls walnut delight and pecan tassie cookies over undeclared milk allergen
As natural gas prices force some companies to sell acreage, others are seizing the opportunity to add to their core areas.
CEO of 31st Street Studios’ parent company says, despite the filing, it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts.
State officials said the increase takes effect starting today along some state roads and 453 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Squirrel Hill executive G. Reynolds “Renny” Clark will reach out to investigators, state agencies to clarify oversight agency’s finances.
Molly Rush says activist priest Daniel Berrigan inspired her to participate in civil disobedience at nuclear plant.
The nonprofit expected to use $500,000 in state funds this year for career training, job counseling and hands-on computer training.
More than 70 companies and veteran service organizations expected to attend job fair for vets Tuesday at PNC Park, beginning at 9 a.m.
The dispatcher said someone had opened the valve on the well, allowing the highly flammable gas to escape.
A news release from Armstrong County Coroner Brian Myers identified the victim as Brady Lee Graff, 23, of Plumcreek.
This year’s Brood V cicadas will emerge in mid-to-late May, based on historic records, some dating back more than 200 years.
Since 2013, ski patrollers have volunteered at the Pittsburgh Marathon to help the medical crew that tends to runners at the finish line.
As far as the timing of the race itself goes, the schedule makers who set the start time at 7 a.m. couldn’t have done better.
Changing the fare will mean a lower cost for about 26 percent of riders and cost the authority $4.4 million in revenue the first year.
The trial of Eric Taylor, accused of shooting DaRae Delgado of Duquesne when they were both 15 nearly two years ago, continued Friday.
Also, this Sunday’s Pittsburgh Marathon will mean plenty of road closures for those traveling in and out and around Pittsburgh.
The awards ceremony at Stage AE honors Joe Grushecky, Billy Price, Jimmy Beaumont, Pat DiCesare and Sean McDowell.
Eric Taylor is charged with homicide of an unborn child from the Memorial Day 2014 attack.
Paintings from Jim Fogle’s 34 years in prison will be featured in a community art show in Indiana County.
Bruce Kelley Sr. of Wilkinsburg arrested on bench warrant for violating condition of his bond that he stay off Port Authority land.