Allegheny

Port Authority: No more free buses, zones, cash on trains

Port Authority of Allegheny County plans to eliminate free bus rides in Downtown, charge for ConnectCards and make all riders pay at the start of ...

2 men shot in Strip District

Two men were shot in the Strip District after leaving a nightclub early Saturday, police said. Shortly after 2 a.m., two men with gunshot wounds ...

Democratic senators propose reforms for Pittsburgh's Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority

Top Democratic lawmakers in the state Senate on Friday introduced legislation designed to reform an embattled state watchdog overseeing Pittsburgh's finances, drawing the strong support ...

Ross native's photo featured in stamp collection

Matt Dieterich wasn't thinking U.S. Postal Stamp last summer when he captured a series of stunning nighttime images of stars around Mt. Rainier. Dieterich, 24, who ...

Culling of 219 deer a success, Mt. Lebanon official says

Sharpshooters and archers killed 219 deer during Mt. Lebanon's controversial effort to thin its deer herd, according to the contractor hired to oversee the cull. Hunters ...

Pittsburgh Marathon to entail 6 hours of road closures

Even Pittsburgh's mayor won't be able to get around easily Sunday when the city's roads and neighborhoods make way for the Pittsburgh Marathon. "We'll be trying ...

Marathon officials weed out would-be cheaters

A warning to would-be cheats at the 2016 Pittsburgh Marathon: Race officials, runners, spectators and online sleuths are coming after you. As the marathon grows in ...

Cooler weather welcome for Pittsburgh Marathon

When runners line up for the start of the Pittsburgh Marathon and half-marathon Sunday morning, temperatures could be in the low 50s. A light drizzle ...

'Accidental cheating' in Pittsburgh Marathon ... it happens

It was one of those marathons where everything went wrong. I've had them. In seven attempted marathons, three were great, three brought pain, and one, ...

Loaded handgun found at Pittsburgh airport

Transportation Security Administration officers discovered a loaded .380-caliber handgun Tuesday in carry-on luggage at Pittsburgh International Airport, the agency reported. It was the fourth gun ...

Former Tarentum falcon feeds 1st hatched chick

The soap opera of the Cathedral of Learning peregrine falcons took a macabre turn Friday as the recently re-mated falcon "Hope" fed one of her ...

Wilmerding man charged with 3 rapes in Pa., connected to 1 in Georgia

With only a physical description, the name "Lawrence" and two known locations 700 miles apart, Allegheny County investigators worked backward to connect three Wilmerding rapes ...

Student hopes to raise $1,500 for Ecuador

Karina PeƱaloza was fortunate. An earthquake that rocked Ecuador two weeks ago knocked down a bridge and caused minor building damage in her hometown of ...

Police seeking woman last seen at Westwood market

Pittsburgh police were searching late Friday for a woman who had last been seen around noon at a Shop 'n Save supermarket on Noblestown Road ...

Greenfield woman charged with international parental kidnapping

A Greenfield woman who disappeared with her daughter in March has been arrested in Ottawa, Canada, and is currently awaiting extradition on a charge of ...

Number of CMU students sickened at coffee shop tops 40

More than 40 Carnegie Mellon University students became sick after eating at an on-campus coffee shop this week, according to the Allegheny County Health Department. ...

Newsmaker: Myla Granadino

Noteworthy: Highmark Health on Thursday presented Granadino with a Jefferson Award for Public Service, which recognizes employees' volunteer work in the community. Age: 39 Residence: ...

Pine-Richland touts anti-bullying efforts

An online petition created a week ago urging Pine-Richland School District officials to address the issues of teen suicide and bullying garnered more than 1,400 ...

Pittsburgh oversight agency tabs ex-Franklin Park mayor as interim leader

He's been a Democrat and a Republican, a mayor and a fire chief, and he's comfortable in industry and academia. Now Gordon Reynolds "Renny" Clark may ...

Pittsburgh mayor: Police union president plays politics with OT complaint

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto fired back at the police union Thursday, accusing its president of "playing political games" by threatening to file an unfair labor ...


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