H.J. Heinz Co. is buying Kraft Foods Group Inc., creating what the companies say will be the third-largest food and beverage company in North America.
A Pennsylvania man who skipped out on jury duty 11 times in the last two years has been arrested inside a courthouse while seeking relief from a child support ruling.
You never think much about home water heaters until they fail.
New Castle Area School District gave Gov. Tom Wolf quite a welcome, as he pitched his budget plan of $400 million more in state money for basic education funding.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has expanded its definition of marriage to include a “commitment between two people,” recognizing gay marriage as Christian in the church constitution after decades of debate over same-sex relationships.
Between green T-shirts, Irish food, decorations and green beer, many Americans will be spending some money today.
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center plans to partner with Pitt and Carnegie Mellon University to collect and analyze patient health care data and, hopefully, use that information to create ways to better treat some illnesses.
On Thursday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that Pittsburgh was one of six cities for a pilot project to build trust and reconciliation between the police department and the diverse communities it serves.
People often compare Pittsburgh with San Francisco — beautiful vistas and lots of hills with plenty of residential housing close to the downtown center.
Six cities will participate in a federal pilot program aimed at reducing racial bias and improving ties between law enforcement and communities, Attorney General Eric Holder said Thursday.
Like many, Jim Ball of Finleyville bought what Purina’s Beneful brand was selling.
Three U.S. senators – Rand Paul (R/KY), Kirsten Gillibrand (D/NY), and Corey Booker (D/NJ) — introduced a bill on Tuesday that could relax the federal ban on medical marijuana.
Gov. Tom Wolf is in town today, showing his support for our local schools.
It’s called vaping and is a popular alternative to smoking cigarettes.
The Wolf administration says it will interpret last year’s consent agreement between Highmark and UPMC in a broader way than its predecessor.