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The restriction will be in place from 10 p.m. tonight until 5 a.m. Friday.
It’s no simple task -- keeping motorists moving safely through the area’s many tunnels.
The northbound on-ramp at Carnegie and the northbound off-ramp to the inbound Parkway West will close at 9 p.m. and reopen by 5 a.m. Friday.
The survey shows Tom Wolf favored by 49 percent of registered voters, Gov. Tom Corbett backed by 24 percent and 25 percent undecided.
Details of a report released today point to sustainable underlying strength.
The overhaul would use federal Medicaid expansion money to help low-income Pennsylvanians buy private insurance coverage.
The $4.9 million project reconstructed the interchange, with a new ramp from westbound Valley Brook Road to Route 19.
The agency today published new figures saying 1,552 people have died from the virus so far in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria.
The “Knee Defender,” a $22 device that can force a seat to remain upright, highlights different views about reclining seats on airplanes.
Christopher Niebauer of Butler, the only man in the eight-member department, claims in a federal suit he has been bypassed for promotion.
John S. Longo, 58, faces a mandatory minimum 15-year prison term when U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer sentences him, set for Jan. 22.
Two taxi operators from Philadelphia tell the PUC that ride-sharing service Lyft doesn’t have insurance or fare restrictions they have.
A PSEA report says poor school districts have fared worse than wealthy ones in state funding and student performance.
He was co-founder and conductor of the influential Orchestra of the 18th Century and a virtuoso recorder player.
Later this year, the zoo also will receive three 2-year-old Galápagos tortoises from the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas.
Besides poems, novels and translations from Russian, Italian and English, Mr. Petrov authored numerous film scripts and plays.
Carl Szott won the drawing on May 20 but didn’t come forward until now.
John Akers was with the company for 33 years, serving for six years as CEO beginning in 1985, which was a difficult and challenging time.
Zern’s News, while tiny, harbored a wide selection of newspapers, magazines and books for sale during a 20-year run in Wilkinsburg.
May 8, 2005, marked the first appearance of a random act of kindness in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Renovated classrooms, different teachers, upgraded technology and expanded programs greeted West students who returned to classes this week.
9-year-old girl couldn’t handle recoil of Uzi submachine gun on full automatic, and she accidentally short the instructor in the head.
Outer space is a rather impressive domain if you have a sweet tooth.
Steven Sotloff’s mother pleads with Islamic State’s leader to free her son.
A “drug nexus” is at the center of a brutal abduction that left two men dead in the Schuylkill River on Wednesday and a third in critical
Tanks and artillery have crossed from Russia into an area where there has not been previous fighting, intending to divert Ukraine forces.
The last four deaths before the truce reflect the conflict’s indiscriminate nature.
Islamic State leader has handpicked his middle-aged deputies from among Saddam Hussein's military.
Al-Qaida-linked Nusra front was among groups in the battle against troops of Syrian President Bashar Assad for the crossing.
PLUS: Brown family donations; Texas dad acquitted in shooting; Jet crashes in Virginia; ’Cops’ crew member killed.
PLUS: Afghan election recount; Ebola outbreak; study abroad programs; IMF chief investigated.
Board President Anthony Angotti said Shauna D'Alessandro shared a report from a private session and didn’t share information from a meeting.
The closure will start at 8 p.m. and end by 6 a.m. Thursday, PennDOT said.
The deal brokered by Egypt put both sides back where they were at the end of fighting in 2012.
An Allstate insurance report shows Pittsburgh was 187th among the 200 largest U.S. cities for safe driving.
It made for an awkward summit Tuesday evening between the presidents of the two big nations.
President Barack Obama is nearing a decision to OK expanding airstrikes and airdrops to free up and aid a besieged northern Iraq town.
Officials say the club hasn’t gotten the zoning variance and permit it needs to keep the four beehives on its roof.
The city expects to have the lanes open for a national convention of bicycling and pedestrian advocates starting on Sept. 8.
Joe Grushecky’s voice is, and always has been, a voice to be reckoned with!
Department of Environmental Protection says tests found drinking water was contaminated by an impoundment near Stahlstown.
Eleven educators will meet with officials to discuss school funding.
The study included 452 Allegheny County children (238 girls and 214 boys) who were either 8 or 10 years old, along with their families.
Commonwealth Court ruled the district wrongfully terminated Angela DiBattista after promising her immunity to testify about the incident.
By the time the board of Pittsburgh Public Schools voted on nine furloughs, all but one part-time teacher already had been called back.
The inspection will close the left lanes in both directions from 10 tonight until 5 a.m. Thursday.
Prosecutors had contended the crimes were motivated by religious disputes between Samuel Mullet Sr. and other Amish religious leaders.
City’s $50.4 million bond sale will finance infrastructure work, such as roads and bridges.
The outage sparked widespread complaints on social networks.
To many growing up in the coal mining communities around Bridgeville, Victoria Minella’s restaurant was their home away from home.