The incident occurred shortly before 5 p.m. in the 100 block of Convair Drive.
Older adults with heart disease would benefit from emphasis on physical activity, said a new statement from the American Heart Association.
Samantha Brown faces charges of attempted homicide after police said she sent her boys to school after giving them klonopin.
The defense for Graham Spanier opted not to call him to the stand, present evidence or call on other witnesses.
The Pittsburgh Foundation’s new #SafetyNetPGH online fundraiser aims to raise more than $1 million for hungry, homeless and others in need.
Intermittent lane restrictions will take place on westbound I-376 between Business Loop 376 and Toll Road 576 weeknights.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has halted work on a 14-mile extension of the Mon-Fayette Expressway into Allegheny County.
Annual estimates suggest metropolitan Pittsburgh lost more people in 2015-16 than anywhere besides Chicago.
Review followed a New Year’s Day blaze in suburban Pittsburgh in which five firefighters jumped out of a second-story window.
On the eve of the U.S. House vote on the proposed American Health Care Act, Keith Rothfus sent a questionnaire to those on his email list.
As enrollment losses continue, the faculty union at the tiny liberal arts school has been told that “difficult decisions” are ahead.
Kalvin Stewart, accused of killing India Stewart and setting his Jeep on fire to hide blood evidence, was held for court
Tim Curley, testifying in Graham Spanier’s trial, says his response to a 2001 complaint about Jerry Sandusky was inadequate.
The remains of Edward Donald Kerns were found by a fire restoration crew weeks after his Washington County home was damaged.
Police say Samantha Brown’s boys, ages 8 and 9, were foaming at the mouth and showing signs of overdose at Propel Braddock Hills.
Adam Haynes and Pamela McNeal are charged with killing David Fuhrman, who was in their care when he died in 2015.
Yusuf Shepard will serve 5 to 10 years in prison as part of a plea agreement.
The legislation would allow $15 million from the state's unemployment compensation trust fund to be used on the system.
Some of the protesters at the Allegheny County Jail on Monday night carried knives, fireworks, brass knuckles and a handgun.
A state Senate bill would establish some of Pennsylvania’s first standards specific to automated vehicles.
Cambria County wants to pitch its office space, skilled workforce, universities and recreation to the Steel City’s tech community
Mr. Rockwell, a former vice president at Dollar Bank, later started his own real estate management firm, Colebrook Management Inc.
Despite some recent cold weather, the spring allergy season started early, said Allegheny Health Network allergist Allison Freeman.
While many mental-health advocates defend the ACA, Rep. Tim Murphy argues Obama’s reforms have betrayed those with behavioral health issues.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey wants the federal government to help these ‘grandfamilies,’ who are now raising 3 percent of the country’s youth.
Champion of racial and gender equality grew up in Rankin and became a major figure in nation’s capital.
Reginald Davis, 29, of New Brighton was indicted Tuesday in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Eastbound traffic is being diverted at Mall Plaza Boulevard while PennDOT works to cleanup and inspect the site.
The former Penn State president is accused of endangering children by mishandling complaints that Jerry Sandusky was molesting boys.
Four people were injured and one person was entrapped, the dispatcher said. The injuries were not thought to be severe.
Testimony begins Tuesday in the trial of Graham B. Spanier
One of them allegedly was orchestrated in late 2013 by John H. Estey, the onetime chief of staff to former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell.
Assistant District Attorney Lawrence Sachs was demoted from the narcotics unit to become an area prosecutor serving the Mon Valley.
Support is falling off from Republicans in Pennsylvania, where 31 percent of residents are over 55.
Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the same bill last year, and remains opposed.
Brandon Coughlin of Houston was due to be arraigned in federal court on charges of damaging a protected computer and wire fraud.
Jaafar Bey, 55, of Carnegie, was a cook and musician who often cared for his three grandchildren.
State road projects in Allegheny County this year include 123 miles of paving or resurfacing, plus more than $26 million in tunnel work.
On Monday, eligible participants have a shot at 258 rare bottles with one caveat: Thou shalt not resell.
There’s little evidence to show a rise in problems associated from legal gambling, but experts caution that addiction often stays hidden.
Private colleges are facing the same problems as public universities in Pa. — declining population and fewer high school graduates.
Work to upgrade Interstate 279 will include improving more than 100 bridges, walls, signs and light fixtures over two years.
The University of Pittsburgh plans to use its research and resources to develop community programs to inspire healthier lifestyle practices.
“This budget is a complete attack on poor people,” said Rochelle Jackson, public policy advocate at anti-hunger group Just Harvest.
PurePenn LLC said its 2,000-page application describes production plans for pharmaceutical-grade cannabis-oil products for Pennsylvanians.
The internships teach skills like how to manage time, dress for work, make eye contact and provide good customer service.
Sean Lyons, 20, was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
Rep. Doyle’s town hall meeting hears stories from people who have benefited under Obamacare.
For fast-growing service provider to elderly in the region, Obamacare’s insurance mandate is a big difference for a worker and employer.