Gov. Tom Wolf urged lawmakers not to limit their expectations despite the waning of the legislative session.
Michelle Obama did not mention Donald Trump by name but her 20-minute-long speech lashed him repeatedly anyway.
The company will continue to publish the Greensburg and Tarentum editions while laying off 106 workers.
Authorities say they believe the teenage male who was taken into custody after the shooting first fatally shot his father.
The office complex would be built on the last parcel available on the Allegheny riverfront.
Theirs was a friendly rivalry, but Jack Nicklaus remembers Arnold Palmer as an icon, legend, and pioneer, but chiefly, a friend
Police said the child suffered a "traumatic brain injury" and was taken to the hospital Sunday night.
The Port Authority says the bus was broken down and stopped on Route 51 at Marylea Avenue when it was struck from behind.
Squirrel Hill Tunnel single-lane restrictions planned in both directions tonight and Thursday night.
While the Wolf administration and legislators disagree over funding, the waiting list for services continues to grow.
Post-Gazette Steelers beat writer Gerry Dulac picks this week’s NFL games.
Arnold Palmer not only made magic on a golf course, he made it for seemingly everyone who came in contact with him.
Opponents contend the carbon-cutting plan unveiled by the EPA will kill coal-mining jobs and drive up electricity costs.
As consumers spend more on home improvements, J.C. Penney is re-entering the appliance market after more than 30 years out of the game.
They can be served with a lemon sauce perfumed with saffron or a sweet-spicy glaze or a simple tomato marinara.
Honey cake with apple, spices and brewed black tea augurs for a sweet new year.
University of Pittsburgh professor Yona Harvey returns to her first love and creates an origin story for Zenzi, the mighty woman of Wakanda.
“A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America” at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art is an intriguing mix of the familiar and unexpected.
Officers should try to save the people they shoot.
Colombia continues to make its way toward the end of a bloody, now 52-year-old civil war between its government and rebel movement the FARC.