Duquesne University Professor Pleads Guilty To Keying Cars Near HomeA Duquesne University professor known for her expertise on consumer trends has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for keying her neighbors' cars.
Duquesne University Professor Accused Of Keying Cars Near HomeA Duquesne University professor faces three counts of criminal mischief for keying several cars in her neighborhood.
Dakota James Foundation Aims To Make City Safer, Help Families Find Missing Loved OnesThe family of Dakota James has set up a foundation in his name in hopes of helping other families searching for missing loved ones.
Young Entrepreneur Is Finalist In Walmart’s National CompetitionA young Pittsburgh-area entrepreneur has been invited to Open Call at Walmart headquarters in Arkansas thanks to his invention.
Bishop Zubik Calls An Uber, Driver Turns Out To Be Old FriendWhen a leg problem stopped him from driving, Roman Catholic Bishop David Zubik started communing with a new world called "Uber."
Young Man Earns Degree Despite Health Obstacles, Physical LimitationsEarning a college degree is a big accomplishment for anyone, but a graduate who was honored Friday night at Duquesne University had more obstacles than normal.
Asian-American Rock Band Denied Trademark For 'Disparaging' NameAn Asian-American rock band called "The Slants" is in town for a forum and concert at Duquesne University.
Common Tracking Technique Stores Info Even After You Delete AppsIs your phone cluttered with apps? Ones you don't even use anymore? You can delete them, but if you think they're gone -- think again.
Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney Dies At Age 84Steelers nation has lost a legend, as chairman and former U.S. Ambassador to Ireland Dan Rooney has died at the age of 84.
Trump Jr. Mocks Duquesne University Students' Concern Over Chick-fil-ADonald Trump Jr. has taken to Twitter to mock a group of Pittsburgh college students opposed to the addition of a Chick-fil-A restaurant to their campus.
Duquesne U. Hires Keith Dambrot As New Basketball CoachDuquesne University’s search for a new basketball coach is over.
Dunlap: Hey Duquesne, Hire Mike RiceMike Rice needs Duquesne and Duquesne could use Mike Rice. It all fits; fits like a perfect glove.