PennDOT recommends that in approaching lane-restricted work zones, motorists slow down.
The late-night offer came after days of efforts to repel the thousands of migrants fleeing war and poverty who have streamed into Hungary.
Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., asks Americans to call their senators and representatives to urge them to oppose the deal.
Deonte Cobbs died after being hit by a bus Thursday, and Alyson Higdon was hit by a dump truck as she crossed the same road March 6, 2014.
Mayor Peduto said talks are underway to ensure a return on public investment when a sale is finalized, if it includes development rights.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman made his first visit to the White House since taking the throne.
“Angelo went to dance in the clouds,” a Facebook post said. “Please remember him as the carefree, spirited, fun-loving little guy he was.”
Former Mount Washington resident leads online petition drive calling on the Steelers to make accommodations for nursing moms.
Fifty years ago, a frightened high school graduate named Norman Muscarello told police he had seen an unidentified flying object.
DA Seth Williams said Frank Fina, Marc Costanzo and Pat Blessington did not create the emails and regret taking part in the exchanges.
To those in southwestern Pennsylvania who had an environmental concern, complaint or cause, Bob Ging was known as “The Good Lawyer.”
Cheryl Mills made suggestions that were ultimately accepted for the final version.
Fatal shooting of officers nationwide in the past two weeks are fueling new debate over police risks in this era of anti-police protests.
With Elon Musk’s rocket sidelined after a launch explosion, other rivals are working to get a piece of the Cape Canaveral launch business.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis’ deputies issued a marriage license Friday to James Yates and William Smith.
Gulf Arab forces fighting Yemeni rebels suffered one of the most significant blows since the start of their campaign in March.
Plus: Putin speaks on Assad; drowned refugees buried; Iraqi financial crisis?; Tajikistan clashes kill 17; and ‘gold train’ area inspected.
Plus: Hillary Clinton on Internet; conservatives vs. Donald Trump; senator from Maryland to oppose Iran deal; illegal immigrant faces trial.
Lawyers for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane said the Disciplinary Board is circumventing the process to remove an official.
Long rumored to be leaving, she said she decided to make the announcement to “put an end to the speculation.”
This morning, traffic will shift to the right approach lane and shoulder on Banksville Road, with two lanes open toward the merge area.
It will be crowded this weekend but more people would travel if roads and airports were in better condition, a national travel group says.
The economy, however, created fewer jobs than economists were expecting.
Drew Zoldak, 40, of New Kensington, is charged with intimidation of a witness after authorities said he identified an alleged victim.
Donald Trump signed a vow on Thursday to support whoever is the 2016 Republican presidential nominee and not launch a third-party candidacy.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto will be among the officials who will back Ms. McGinty.
Meanwhile, the United Nations' refugee chief today called on Europe to mobilize its “full force" in tackling its migrant crisis.
An aide to Hillary Rodham Clinton who set up her private email service has refused to cooperate with investigators.
Pope Francis’ U.S. visit later this month will pose monumental logistical challenges for security personnel.
Ann E. Harris, personal assistant and secretary to Joseph Nocito Sr., is accused of helping him use his companies to pay personal expenses.
Administrators contacted Jefferson Hills police, which conducted a sweep of Thomas Jefferson High School and found nothing.
He led a modernization and expansion of the outdoors retailer after the founder’s death.
Mr. Blair was a scion of a prominent and moneyed Chicago family that owed its fortune to the invention of the mechanical reaper.
Mr. Cummings prepared the winners of almost 7,000 races during his training career, which started in 1953.
Migrants allowed to board a train in Budapest, then forced off into a detention camp scuffled with Hungary’s police.
China showcases its military strength in a parade, then declares its forces will be cut back.
A flood of memories accompanied discovery of some two-dozen handkerchiefs.
The landmark deal is aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for a removal of economic sanctions.
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The state police announced that 83 men and women graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey.
Guatemala’s president suddenly resigned Thursday amid a corruption investigation, and a new one was sworn in.
An overview of the coming school year in Pittsburgh western suburbs.
An overview of the coming school year in Pittsburgh northern suburbs.
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis was jailed on Thursday for refusing to issue any marriage licenses after the U.S. Supreme Court in June.
Arya Singh, 20, a junior in the School of Nursing, died Feb. 8, 2013, after ingesting soluble cyanide crystals in her dorm room.
Students at Pittsburgh Technical Institute portrayed victims in a staged scene involving a mass shooting at the park.
A fee of $1 or $1.50 will be charged per ticket, regardless of whether the ticket is purchased online or at the box office.
Flip charts include evacuation plan for each building.
They reclaimed vacant lots in the area and turned them into green space.
The festival will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Carrie Furnaces National Historic Landmark.