Senate fails to get the two-thirds vote that would’ve been needed to remove the embattled attorney general.
Attorney: Police chief’s ruling was the first of a possible three steps in the disciplinary grievance procedure for Sgt. Stephen Matakovich.
Singer, who battled health issues recently, brought a unique perspective — and crazy outfits — to the game, the Train of Life.
The Class 6A, 5A, 4A and 3A title games at Heinz; Class 2A and 1A games will be played on a different weekend at an undetermined site.
While touring a Clairton elementary school, the governor says the alternative to his plan would create a $1B education funding deficit.
The Pirates equipment staff packed up the Buccos’ locker room this morning as the team prepares to convene in Bradenton, Fla. next week.
Cecil company says the acquisition of Meda will broaden its product line and take it into China.
Lucas Guggenheimer held for trial stemming from slaying in Arlington that followed an earlier shooting and robbery attempt.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have proposed a model for better air pollution tracking around U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works.
Spokeswoman says the school is coping with the ongoing budget stalemate, and the governor’s plan for a 5% bump in funding is welcomed.
Bill Cowher or Mike Tomlin? Is Kevin Greene really a Hall of Famer? Michael Sanserino answers those questions and more.
Steelers beat reporter Gerry Dulac answers reader questions on Brandon Boykin, Shaun Suisham and more.
The jewelry industry’s three months’ salary guideline is being challenged as the “proper” amount to spend on an engagement ring.
Seeking “world-class” performance, struggling U.S. Steel outsources more jobs.
Pittsburgh sandwich shop has unveiled a Kicked-Up Colossal Fish sandwich and Dock ’33 Fries, and they will be available through March 28.
Michael Gulotta will feature cuisines from the Big Easy and Vietnam at Carnegie Museum of Art’s Feast on Friday.
The 50-minute film began stream today as a faux TV movie version to Donald Trump’s bestseller, ”The Art of the Deal.”
The exhibition “Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest” closes Sunday at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Gov. Tom Wolf is caught in a time warp. It’s February 2016, but he thinks it’s November 2015.
City Council President Bruce Kraus is seeking to make his district’s South Side Flats a pilot for “parking enhancement districts.”