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State Department audit blames Clinton, others for email management

WASHINGTON — A finding by the State Department's internal watchdog that Hillary Clinton broke department rules when she used private email for government business focuses ...

Target, facing lawsuit, sues 3 who saved teen stabbed at Pittsburgh store

Allison Meadows and her family blame Target Corp. for failing to provide enough security to stop a homeless man from stabbing her in its store ...

A PyroFest first: Fireworks firms from 4 nations

Fireworks companies from Spain, China, Canada and the United States plan to make the fifth anniversary of PyroFest a memorable one Memorial Day weekend at ...

Western Pennsylvania chief executive officers take pay cut

Mylan NV CEO Heather Bresch took a 27 percent pay cut last year, but her $18.9 million compensation package was still large enough to make ...

Shaler convenience store robbed at knifepoint

A man with a Bowie-style knife got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and a pack of Newport cigarettes in a convenience store robbery ...

North Allegheny limits students' access to bathrooms

North Allegheny school officials on Wednesday shut down access to most of the restrooms in the intermediate school and are requiring students to sign in ...

Arrest made in apparent road-rage incident in Moon

Moon police on Wednesday arrested a man they say pointed a gun at a woman in an apparent road rage incident that led to the ...

Police seeking help in death of man in Brookline

Pittsburgh police are asking the public for help as they investigate the death of a man found injured behind a row of businesses in Brookline. Police ...

Target, facing lawsuit, sues 3 who saved teen stabbed at Pittsburgh store

Allison Meadows and her family blame Target Corp. for failing to provide enough security to stop a homeless man from stabbing her in its store ...

Pitt administrator named editor-in-chief of prestigious Science magazine

Jeremy Berg, an associate senior vice chancellor and chemist at the University of Pittsburgh, has been named editor-in-chief of the prestigious Science magazine and its ...

Pittsburgh jury needs 2nd day to decide penalty for man who killed sisters

A jury needs a second day to decide whether Allen Wade will get the death penalty or life in prison without parole for the 2014 ...

Man killed in Crafton Heights home invasion

Pittsburgh police on Wednesday continued to investigate a shooting in Crafton Heights that left one man dead. Two people broke into the victim's home Tuesday night ...

State expands use of ignition interlock devices in DUI cases

Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday signed into law a measure that makes ignition interlock devices available for first-time DUI offenders with high blood alcohol levels. "Drunk ...