A bill that would let universities leave the state system of higher education is expected next week in the state legislature.
On Feb. 20, Dr. Joseph Maroon started his trek up Mt. Kilimanjaro as the medical director of the climb with the “Live Free – African Freedom Tour,” led by triple amputee and friend, Rajesh Dubal.
There is so much riding on the path of any storm, it impacts lives, and no one knows that more than those who stare into the world of weather models looking for the answers.
Connect Cards are quickly growing in demand among Port Authority riders.
The U.S. government’s auto safety watchdog likely is looking into whether General Motors was slow to report problems that led to 13 deaths and a massive recall of small cars.
Imagine driving down the road and all of a sudden you no longer have control of your car, it’s actually being driven by someone else.
Firefighters are battling a three-alarm blaze at a restaurant in Market Square.
Pittsburgh Public Works crews were at it again Friday, fast and furious.
If there’s some good news coming out of this brutally cold winter, it’s that we could be seeing less stink bugs.
From the South Side to Shaler to Shippingport to Somerset, pothole anguish is universal.
It is a daily routine of trust. Our children climb onto school buses and parents believe in the highly-trained professionals behind the wheel.
Walk into the Sewickley Heights salt dome and the problem is obvious: what’s left won’t last long.
The 2014 Warmathon has raised enough money to keep the heat on for 835 local, low income families. So far, 5,300 families have been helped by The Dollar Energy Fund since 2009.
For Hempfield Township’s director of Public Works, this morning’s road salt supply numbers were scary.
The snow came in somewhat light but relentless, and the forecasters PennDOT uses had the trucks sitting plow-less as the storm moved in.