High-end, luxury apartments in Pittsburgh, which typically command top dollar prices, are now going for a fraction of the cost.
The once-liberal Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has endorsed the conservative candidate the 18th District Congressional race, surprising many and angering some.
Fear that his son will suffer permanent brain damage and diminished mental capacity, a father is going to extraordinary lengths to the keep his son from playing football.
Horns honked in support of a group of striking teachers in Morgantown as the statewide work stoppage stretched into its seventh day.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik is requesting his priests to nominate men in their parishes for a deacon-in-training program.
Classes will resume Thursday at Greenfield Elementary School and continue at least through Friday, but, after that, there’s no guarantees.
It’s a special election for a City Council seat, but its attracting a lot of attention, and a lot of money, and some are wondering why.
Five houses, each posted with a blue condemnation sign, are threatening to fall down a hillside, leaving their owners in the lurch.
The former chief executive of a Pennsylvania health services company has been indicted on tax fraud charges for claiming his 39,000-square-foot mansion near Pittsburgh and luxury cars as business expenses.
Recently-elected District Justice Mik Pappas ran on a platform of making landlords more accountable in court, but some of those landlords say he’s not following the law.
A federal judge came down hard on a former union boss accused of stealing millions from his membership.
It’s a computer program called KIDS, and it’s helping protect Allegheny County’s youngest victims.
Come next week, the first patients will be escorted into the nicely appointed waiting room at Solevo Wellness, the first medical marijuana dispensary in Allegheny County, just off the parkway in Squirrel Hill.
The Washington County coroner’s office says at least two deaths in the Washington area so far this year have been connected to carfentanil.
The victims of violent crime say they often feel re-victimized when the criminal justice system lets them down, but a new bill is aiming to level the field.