It would be the biggest economic development project in the Ohio Valley in more than a generation – a $2.5 billion petrochemical plant called a cracker.
Shadyside resident Eric Pete ran the Boston Marathon last year in hopes of beating his best time, but he’s returning this year with another goal in mind.
It’s a mansion that evokes the elegance of a bygone era.
It’s not a question of who did it. It’s a question of why?
Richard Poplawski is on death row, convicted for the murders of Pittsburgh Police Officers Paul Sciullo, Stephen Mayle and Eric Kelly.
The KD Investigators exposed him posing under false identities on the Internet. That moved two people to challenge state Rep. Jesse White for his seat, but now one of those challengers is dropping out and joining forces with the other to try to get White out of office.
One of our city’s most notorious cop killers will be back in court Wednesday to try and convince the top judges in the state that he shouldn’t have been convicted, and shouldn’t have gotten the death penalty.
They’re still in eighth grade, but the shale gas industry says they’re not too young to start thinking about the future.
Former Pittsburgh mayoral candidate A.J. Richardson and his wife, Felicia, are now facing multiple charges, accused of making bogus calls to 911.
Little Blue is a two-square mile lagoon containing untold tons of coal combustion waste, and folks who live nearby say it’s made their lives a misery.
It’s hard to imagine a street in peacetime worse than Brookline Boulevard. The potholes are so deep and so many that Denise Breisinger sprained her ankle in one just crossing the street.
The steamrollers are finally rolling in East Liberty, signally the start of paving season.
You can drive through them or drive around them, but there’s no way to get from point A to point B in the City of Pittsburgh and avoid potholes in the streets.
Kids at J.W. Burkett Elementary in Robinson Township memorize their times tables and their ABCs, but parents hope they learn nothing about the store across the street, which they say sells and advertises drug paraphernalia.
The egg-citement is building as local birdwatchers anticipate the hatching of three eaglets in the Pittsburgh’s Hays neighborhood.