The report says climate change can cause more severe storms, higher risk of insect-borne illnesses and significant changes to water quality.
At least one error in 85 percent of the records for federal grants and loans over a three-year period, placing the awarding of $29.6
The Franklin & Marshall College poll found more hold the Legislature -- 54 percent -- than Gov. Tom Wolf -- 29 percent -- responsible.
Maintenance work will occur between the Highland Park Bridge exit and Delafield Road from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days.
The 10-minute display is scheduled for 9:15 p.m. The bridge was expected to reopen around 11 p.m.
Traffic will be limited in both directions between Edgebrook Avenue and Bausman Street and Mullooly Street and Lebanon Church Road.
Work will occur until 4 p.m. between Provost Road and Route 51.
A Virginia television reporter and cameraman were shot dead during a live broadcast Wednesday by an ex-colleague who had been fired.
The emotional crescendo of WDBJ-TV’s “Mornin’ ” show came when two anchors and a weatherman joined hands to mark a moment of silence.
The lack of accreditation excludes the zoo and aquarium from a state grant program that has provided $5.5 million over the past 15 years.
They have higher rates of seeing doctors, eating vegetables and breakfast, getting eight hours of sleep, and feeling safe in their schools.
Unemployment applications dropped by 6,000 to 271,000 in the week ended Aug. 22, a Labor Department report showed today.
Kappa Delta Rho, which owns the property, has been suspended and a different fraternity was set to take over the property this weekend.
Oliver Lee Miller broke his crack addiction, became a Veterans Administration housekeeper and reconnected with his Hill District family.
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Colorado theater mass killer James Holmes was sent to prison Wednesday for 12 consecutive life terms without parole plus 3,318 years.
Saudi Arabia has arrested the man thought to be the ringleader behind the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers.
The Vatican is expected soon to announce findings of its inquiry about reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Medjugorje.
President Salva Kiir has finally signed a peace accord with rebels led by his former deputy, following 20 months of civil war.
The top U.S. retailer of guns and ammunition will stop selling semi-automatic rifles for lack of customers.
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The state Supreme Court released hundreds of emails and attachments sent on state computers it called “graphic” and “objectionable.”
Reconstruction work will close the outbound Parkway West and Fort Pitt Tunnel from Friday night to 6 a.m. Monday morning, PennDOT announced.
Pennsylvania’s elected leaders appear to be still far apart from an agreement after eight weeks without a state budget.
The tragedy drives home how vulnerable TV crews can be outside of covering dangerous situations or reporting from war zones.
Stand-alone birth practices can cut delivery costs up to 50 percent over traditional hospitals.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane wanted the documents released — including pornographic emails — to help defend criminal charges against her.
While Pittsburgh's numbers were bad, they were better than the national averages of 42 hours and $960 wasted in traffic.
Pittsburgh is taking its fight with the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority over gaming money to Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.
Although retail prices could approach $500 a month for the female libido pill Addyi, its maker expects much lower co-pays for insured women.
The westbound side is expected to remain closed around the clock for about three months, with traffic detoured via Liberty Avenue.
A detour will be in effect from 9 each night until 5 a.m. the next day.
Old classmates can turn into new friends 50 years later.
James C. “Klinger” Klingensmith was a longtime labor leader and college football official for the Big 10 Conference and Conference USA.
Tehran has provided the United Nations’ agency with the data to ease worry about its nuclear program’s military components.
The Coatesville, Pa., man was shot and killed by a deputy sheriff after he wielded a knife and slashed another deputy.
The suspect whose attack on passengers aboard an Amsterdam-to-Paris train was foiled had watched an Islamist video urging violence.
LGBT Catholics want a more major role in the World Meeting of Families that is spurring Francis’ visit, but organizers are resisting that.
The migrants will be seeking to transit the Balkans in coming months en route to Western Europe.
Republican presidential contenders this campaign season have been in favor of trimming Social Security benefits to “save” the system.
A Wisconsin town can’t cure a contamination problem in its aquifer without an infusion of Great Lakes water, but first it needs the
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The program, will be open to students from through the city who want to become police officers, firefighters and emergency technicians.
The board approved $15.1 million in federal Title I money allocated via that state.
The board took the first step toward closing Pittsburgh Arlington PreK-8 and renovating the now-closed Phillip Murray in time for next fall.
“PlantPure Nation,” screening on Thursday, will also launch a whole food plant-based diet campaign in Pittsburgh and beyond.
A Penn State study says reluctant consumption of plants requires more healthful plant foods to help fight chronic disease and cancer.
Shortly after 1 a.m. Tuesday school board president Aaron Bialon announced that a tentative contract agreement had been reached
Maj. Tyree Blocker’s colleagues describe him as at the cutting edge of technology and trends in law enforcement.