State statistics released this week show improvements as well as remaining problems in child abuse reporting and referrals.
Mount Washington business owners pushed for the delay, saying Labor Day weekend was one of their busiest holidays of the year.
WVU is among 17 teams selected to travel to Irvine, Calif., for the Solar Decathalon competition Oct. 8 to 18.
Police say Joseph Ruggieri, 40, of Plum, ignored a court order to not contact his alleged victim not once but twice.
Heather Arnet is the Democratic candidate in a state Senate special election for the 37th District, facing Republican Guy Reschenthaler.
"I wasted a lot of time and money for my stupid decision," Biyuan Li, 25, told U.S. District Judge Joy Flowers Conti.
The remains of four leaders of the colonial American settlement in Jamestown, V., have been unearthed and identified by archaeologists.
President Barack Obama challenges the one-man rule and clinging to power of many of the continent’s leaders.
Republicans in Congress are designating women lawmakers to draft measures to end federal assistance to Planned Parenthood health services.
Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole after serving 30 years of a life term.
The bridge is expected to close Aug. 10 and remain shut through October 2016.
The body of an 8-year-old girl has been discovered in a trash bin in her neighborhood, and a teenage boy who lives there has been arrested.
More than 160,000 people sought a pardon for spying charges against former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
Abdul Hassib Seddiqi, spokesman for Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security, said Mullah Omar died in Pakistan in April 2013.
Among the requests to the PUC are surcharges of up to $8 per trip on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Democrat from Philadelphia faces charges involving several schemes.
Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty Tuesday to helping two prison inmates escape in June.
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About 650 jobs will be lost with the closure, part of the airline’s merger with American Airlines.
Dr. Encke, 76, died Monday from complications of a kidney stone, Mrs. Encke said.
When it stood tall, the Westinghouse atom smasher supported everything around Chalfant.
The Bloomfield Bridge will be closed to southbound traffic for 23 days starting this morning, PennDOT announced.
Water Works Road in Sewickley was scheduled to close for several months starting this morning.
Scalp cooling technology, which prevents hair loss in some chemotherapy patients, is entering the mainstream, including in Pittsburgh.
Studies show watermelon, often considered little more than sugar water, helps fight heart disease, some cancer and, for sure, dehydration.
The NRA says beneficiaries who lack capacity to manage their affairs are targets for the “largest gun grab in American history.”
The federal appeals court also upheld the EPA’s right to impose the standards, which states and industry groups called overly burdensome.
Overriding a veto requires a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate and would require Democratic votes.
Friends of Flight 93 have partnered with Leadership Somerset County to make the walk possible.
The Republican-controlled Congress has until Sept. 17 either to endorse or reject or do nothing about the Iran nuclear agreement.
The State Department of Environmental Protection issues a code orange for ozone Tuesday as temperatures approach 90 degrees.
The session, announced this morning, will begin at 5:15 p.m. but Facebook users can post questions anytime before then.
Testing found evidence of radiation contamination in water discharges likely related to past dumping of shale gas drilling wastewater.
The squad, featuring robots less than 6 inches high, beat a team from Iran in the finals and didn’t allow a single goal in the tournament.
The endorsement by NATO allies today represents welcome moral support for the government in Ankara.
Despite mental issues that spurred court-ordered hospital evaluation, shooter wasn’t involuntarily committed and thus was able to buy a gun.
President Barack Obama defended the Iran nuclear deal and chided “ridiculous” claims against it by Republican presidential contenders.
The United States and Turkey are still working out exactly what they mean in intending to create a “safe zone” for civilians inside Syria.
The South Side-based adaptive learning and analytics software company received a $9.75 million Series A round of funding.
Thirteen major firms offer billions in environmental financing pledges to support Obama administration’s global climate change agreement.
Its making swift arrests of those suspected of being Islamic State sympathizers in a strategy change to stem prospect for homegrown terror.
Monongahela Valley Hospital is sponsoring “Talk With a Doc: Repair of Shoulder Injuries” 7 p.m. Thursday at Mt. Lebanon Public Library.
The move sets the two chambers on a collision course days ahead of an August recess amid the summer driving season.
Margie Winters says she kept a low profile about her marriage until someone complained.
The Tripoli court handed down the sentence for Seif al-Islam, who is currently being held by a militia that refuses to hand him over.
Biyuan Li, 25, was among 15 Chinese nationals charged in U.S. and China with scheming to have impostors take college and grad school exams.
Mario Cutruzzula died Thursday at age 78 from complications after a heart attack.
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The closure is scheduled for 6 a.m. and is set to last 23 days.