Allegheny

OneJet names Pittsburgh its 'focus city,' adds non-stop to Hartford

A young and growing airline specializing in corporate jet travel chose Pittsburgh International Airport as its new market for expansion, pledging to bring four more ...

High court grants resentencings for 4 from Allegheny County serving life in prison

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Thursday granted nine prisoners' appeals of life sentences handed down when they were juveniles, in light of the U.S. Supreme ...

Three Rivers Stadium falls quickly, without incident

Editor's note: This story was originally published in the Feb. 12, 2001, edition of the Tribune-Review. Three Rivers Stadium fell like a champion Sunday, reduced ...

Firefighters put down Beechview apartment fire

Firefighters dealt with blustery conditions Thursday as they fought an apartment fire in Beechview. Smoke was pouring from the third story of a four-story apartment building ...

Jury finds former medical official liable for jail suicide

A former director of medical services at the Allegheny County Jail was deliberately indifferent to the medical needs of a man who committed suicide in ...

Pittsburgh EMS chief to retire next month

The head of Pittsburgh's Emergency Medical Services will retire next month, marking the end of more than four decades with the city EMS, officials said ...

Suspect in East Hills slaying arrested in North Carolina

A suspect wanted in the August slaying of a man in Pittsburgh's East Hills neighborhood has been arrested in North Carolina, authorities said. Deshawn Hall, 23, ...

Police arrest Carrick man in connection with fatal Stowe beating

Police on Wednesday arrested the third and final suspect in the deadly beating of a man in Stowe over Memorial Day weekend last year. David Poole, ...

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh partners with Va. hospital to perform liver transplants

A pediatric hospital in Virginia announced a partnership Thursday with Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to expand its pediatric liver transplant program. Children's transplant team ...

Moon businessman serving federal sentence may serve state sentence simultaneously

A former contractor from Moon who is serving a 63-month federal prison sentence for fraud may get to serve a 3- to 10-year state sentence ...

Hearing for man in connection with incident that killed Pittsburgh K-9 postponed

A preliminary hearing has been postponed for a Pittsburgh man accused of fighting with police before his son fatally stabbed a K-9 and was killed ...

Edgeworth man sentenced to prison for role in bank fraud

An Edgeworth man who helped a longtime friend pull off a bank fraud will spend 16 months in prison, a federal judge ruled Thursday. Joseph W. ...

Wolf takes budget plan on road: 1st stop, Clairton

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday responded to the state GOP's criticism of his budget proposal for next year and the party's accusation that he ...

Plum superintendent notes improvements, work to be done

In the year since police arrested a Plum High School science teacher, accusing him of having sex with a student, school officials have taken some ...

In Pittsburgh visit, NAACP leader urges equity in health care

Health care in America needs to be more equitable, the head of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said Wednesday during a ...

Songbook discovered in Pitt's archives likely to lead to $14M 'Happy Birthday' settlement

A tentative settlement in a court case in which a key piece of evidence was found in the University of Pittsburgh's archives allows those who ...

Pittsburgh police sergeant accused of using excessive force set to be fired

Pittsburgh's police chief is firing a police sergeant accused of using excessive force when he punched a teen during an arrest caught on video at ...

Plum school officials discuss potential safety coordinator role

Members of the Plum Borough School District's Safe & Supportive Schools Committee and its steering committee met Wednesday night to continue discussion on the proposed ...

New housing found for all but 9 forced out of East Liberty apartments

Pittsburgh has yet to find new housing for nine residents — down from a total 115 — of a rent-controlled East Liberty apartment building before ...

Mt. Washington SWAT standoff ends with man in custody

A man was arrested Wednesday night after a SWAT standoff in Pittsburgh's Mt. Washington neighborhood, according to Public Safety spokeswoman Emily Schaffer. Police were called to ...


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