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Hamlet officially sworn in as Pittsburgh schools superintendent

Anthony Hamlet was sworn in as the superintendent of Pittsburgh Public Schools on Friday. Hamlet, who replaces Linda Lane, was sworn in two days after the ...

W.Pa. grad dies in nation's 1st self-driving car fatality

When Joshua D. Brown returned to a Fayette County campground this spring to install wireless cameras, he arrived in a self-driving Tesla, said Tracy Czambel, ...

Rutherford signs on for 3 more years as Penguins GM 

As he handled last-minute deals with impending free agents Friday morning, Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford also found time to sign his own three-year contract ...

43 million expected to travel for Fourth of July

Joel Cash spends most of his holiday weekends traveling on the open road, and this Fourth of July will be no exception. Cash, 25, and his ...

Jury rejects self-defense claim, convicts Sheraden man of third-degree murder

Jay Morrison testified he was certain Harold Cabbagestalk intended to kidnap and murder him two and a half years ago, but emphasized that he didn't ...

US: Up to 116 civilians killed in drone, other air attacks

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration says between 64 and 116 civilians have been killed by drone and other U.S. strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Africa ...

More than half of Pittsburgh water samples had no lead but 5% at or above fed limit

Test results from nearly 400 water samples taken from homes of Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority customers show 5 percent contained lead levels at or ...

Man surrenders after holding woman, kids hostage in Hazelwood 

No one was injured in an early-morning shooting that turned into a SWAT situation in Pittsburgh's Hazelwood neighborhood Friday. The incident began about 4:10 a.m. when ...

High speed chase ends with arrest

A Tarentum man is accused of driving at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour as he led police on a chase through several communities just ...

Former Steeler Baron Batch faces new graffiti counts, turns himself in

Ex-Steeler Baron Batch turned himself in Thursday on charges related to a string of graffiti in Pittsburgh and Baldwin Borough. Pittsburgh police charged Batch, 28, ...

Allegheny County probation officer charged with coercing nude pictures from parolees

An Allegheny County probation officer is accused of coercing several of his parolees to perform sex acts and send him nude pictures of themselves. The Allegheny ...

Legislature OKs state budget; critics say it's not balanced

HARRISBURG — Meeting a midnight deadline, the GOP-dominated General Assembly on Thursday approved a $31.6 billion state budget, even with critics saying it's out of balance ...

W.Pa. grad dies in nation's 1st self-driving car fatality

When Joshua D. Brown returned to a Fayette County campground this spring to install wireless cameras, he arrived in a self-driving Tesla, said Tracy Czambel, ...