The new labor rule would require employers to pay time-and-a-half wages to salaried workers earning up to $50,440 a year.
A contractor dropped the 107-year-old structure into the Monongahela River with explosives this morning.
The new study is important because it shows the positive effects lasting as long as three years, according to the lead author.
Mr. Hoffstot died Monday at his Shadyside home, a 21-room mansion built in 1914 for industrialist Andrew Moreland.
Spokesman Chuck Ardo said there was “absolutely no connection at all.”
Edwina Kinchington of Pittsburgh Science & Technology Academy 6-12 won the award from the National Association of Biology Teachers.
Chevron Corp. and Carnegie Science Center announced the company will donate $900,000 over the next three years for the STEM center.
Judge Jeffrey Manning ordered that Joseph Ruggieri, 40, remain jailed and undergo a behavior clinic evaluation.
The action follows a 2014 vote by the Presbyterian Church to pull investments from three firms connected to the West Bank occupation.
U.S. Interests Section chief Jeffrey DeLaurentis arrived at the Cuban Foreign Ministry in Havana this morning to hand-deliver the message.
Gateway to the Arts provides arts education and artist training in the Pittsburgh region.
The Commonwealth Court suit said the chain, with four homes in Western Pa., misled consumers by failing to provide basic services.
Voices of Pete Seeger and Mom would make for a great July Fourth holiday.
Francine Priestas, 47, of Armstrong County, was indicted June 9 on 11 counts of health care fraud and wire fraud.
Iran and world powers agreed Tuesday to extend the deadline for a comprehensive nuclear deal by another week, to July 7.
Obituary: Jon Philip ‘Phil’ Andrews / Accomplished architect had interest in high design and art, autos, boats
The prominent Pittsburgh architect loved his craft because it combined his fascination with art and engineering, said Lana Andrews, his
No charges have been filed in the incident at Uniontown Hospital.
Greece at midnight Tuesday missed making a key payment to the International Monetary Fund, the first developed nation to do so.
A transport turboprop carrying 12 military personnel and 101 family members crashed Tuesday in a residential neighborhood.
Police nationwide so far in 2015 have shot and killed 123 people exhibiting mental or emotional crisis, a Washington Post analysis found.
The Supreme Court said it would determine whether public employees should be forced to pay dues to a union they don’t want to join.
Story of bull terrier’s friendship with blind Jack Russell terrier creates demand for their adoption.
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The Republican asked the group studying county government to consider several options, including eliminating the part-time council.
Ed Kress, R-Shaler, said such a seat would reflect the growing number of voters who identify as neither Republican nor Democrat.
Veganic farming is rare in America, but Janet McKee uses it to maximize nutrition on her Westmoreland County farm.
The Senate passed a budget bill late this afternoon, after earlier approving a bill that allows privatization of liquor sales.
Work will occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. daily through July 10, but no restrictions will occur on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
The parking district between 16th and 25th streets lets non-residents park for two hours between noon and midnight.
Health roundup: Vitamin D linked to healthy immune response to HIV, Penn State-South Africa study says
Sun exposure and vitamin D supplements are linked to stronger immune response in South African study led by Penn State researcher.
The governor said he would review the companion bills on liquor sales and pensions and respond to the GOP today.
The board hired Joseph Petrella as the district’s deputy superintendent and heir apparent to the permanent top job.
Pittsburgh Public Schools and Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers, continue to negotiate terms to replace a contract approved in 2010.
Banks in Greece stayed closed Monday, announcing they would limit people to withdrawals of just 60 Euro -- $67.40 -- per day from ATMs.
Crashes and deaths rose at rail crossings last year, reversing a long trend of decreases.
The American Heart Association approved Monday the use of a removable stent to clear blood clots in the brain that cause strokes.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale delivered a series of “realistic and responsible reforms” to the governor Tuesday.
Advocates for Palestinians say the divest and sanction movement is a non-violent way to pressure Israel into ending human rights abuses.
Air force officials say the C-130 Hercules carrying 113 people appeared to develop engine trouble shortly after takeoff.
GOP leaders plan to submit a budget that Gov. Tom Wolf says he will veto.
Enrollment now is expected to fall by 1,697 students this fall, a bigger dip than the 862 forecast before student commitments were received.
A water main break has resulted in the closing of the center at 708 Smithfield St.
The Achievement School District would be run by a board appointed by the governor and Senate and House leaders.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey isn’t running for re-election until next year, but his first re-election television commercial begins airing today.
The Taliban sent a text message to The Associated Press claiming responsibility for the attack.
Commonwealth Court will hear the case of whether state offices should retain email, pushed by media outlets including the Post-Gazette.
Christie reintroduces himself to a national audience that has seen him fade from favor among Republicans.
About 350,000 ConnectCards have been issued for free since the authority launched the system in 2012.
Starting Wednesday, new federal loans will have lower rates than loans taken out last year. But they likely will creep back up in 2016-2017.